Gloucestershire County Council has launched a brilliant community hub in partnership with all the local councils, the health services, and police.
Time restrictions applying to the English national concessionary bus pass scheme in Gloucestershire will be removed from Monday 23 March. Anyone holding a pass will be able to travel for free on all public bus services until further notice.
On the 28th February, the Cotswold MP, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, visited the Big Yellow Bus Project in Cirencester and was impressed by the work they are doing to provide a warm and comfortable place for the homeless to sleep.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown makes a statement on the spread of coronavirus COVID-19.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown visited Campden Home Nursing in Chipping Campden last Friday.
The first coffee morning was really well received in Tetbury. Cllr Stephen Hirst and I were asked questions for over an hour on a variety of subjects.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP and Local Radio presenter Peter Lewis joined colleagues, residents and members of the local community for a celebration open day commemorating the major refurbishment at Mill House Nursing Home in Chipping Campden.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP reconvened his annual flood prevention meeting on Friday 7 February, which also covers water, and sewage problems in the Cotswolds.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP showed his unity with cancer patients, NHS staff and researchers at a Westminster event for World Cancer Day.