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Our communications team

Communicating effectively is really important to us. We have a small communications team working on:

  • Brand management and corporate identity.

  • Developing and maintaining the website.

  • Endorsing plain English.

  • Issuing press releases.

  • Media and publicity protocols.

  • Media relations.

  • Producing and editing publications.

  • Social media.

Press release mailing list

To subscribe to our website's news feed please visit or complete the press release mailing list online form to be added to our mailing list.

Tewkesbury Borough News

Tewkesbury Borough News - Summer 2019 (pdf, 8.8 MB)

  • Farmers love your food waste

  • Be prepared - bag and bin it

  • Financial support with council tax

  • Garden town status for Tewkesbury at Ashchurch

  • Spreading wings - Dundry Nurseries

  • Village volunteer awarded for 32 years of litter picking

  • Your Tewkesbury Borough councillors

  • What’s on Summer 2019

  • Completing the A417 Missing Link

  • Regenerating Spring Gardens


If you’re a business based in Tewkesbury Borough and would like to advertise in our new magazine (delivered to every home in the borough, around 40,000 households), please email or call 01684 272022.

Parish Matters

Parish Matters - August 2017 (pdf, 195 KB)

  • New regulations on data protection

  • Homelessness team go for gold

  • What is in your blue bin?

  • Town and parish council seminar - 20 September 2017

  • Public space protection consultation - dog fouling

  • Citizens' panel

Parish seminar

Parish seminar presentation - 28 March 2017 (pdf, 4 MB)

  • Innovative approach to websites

  • Community funding opportunities

  • Neighbourhood plans update

  • Joint Core Strategy main modifications

  • Tewkesbury Borough plan update


From the start of the pre-election period ('purdah'), the council must comply with restrictions outlined in Section 2 of the Local Government Act 1986. The act defines publicity as "any communication, in whatever form, addressed to the public at large or to a section of the public."

Generally, the act says that we should "not publish any material which, in whole, or in part, appears to be designed to affect public support for a political party."

The Code of Practice recommends that authorities should generally not issue any publicity which seeks to influence voters and that publicity relating to individuals involved directly in the election should not be published unless expressly authorised by statute.

Contact us

To contact our press office, please telephone 01684 272022 or email our communications officer at