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.
It has been 1,317 days since the result of the Brexit Referendum, I am sure I am not the only one who feels it has been longer, but tonight at 11 pm the Withdrawal Agreement comes into force and we will be leaving the EU immediately.