Calls for County Council to clean-up Gloucestershire’s Rivers

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats leading calls for County Council to take the lead on cleaning up county’s filthy rivers.

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Campaign launched to clear Gloucestershire’s dangerously unreadable road signs

Gloucestershire Lib Dems launch campaign to get county’s road-signs clear of dangerous foliage and avoid accidents-waiting-to-happen.

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Councillors demand end to sewage dumping in Gloucestershire’s rivers

Figures show frequent dumping of raw sewage into Gloucestershire’s waterways, while increasing numbers use rivers for leisure activities. 

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GREEN LIGHT FOR SCHOOL STREETS TRIALS AFTER LIB DEM CAMPAIGNING

Gloucestershire County Council Cabinet today agreed to trial School Street schemes in 2020/21 after months of campaigning by Liberal Democrat County Councillors.


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Councillor seeks assurance that pupils will not be left behind

Recent reports that Government officials are drawing up plans to relax the statutory duty on local councils to provide home-to-school transport mustn’t be seized upon by County Council.

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Councillors lead the call to celebrate Gloucestershire’s Covid-19 volunteers

Unanimous backing for councillors calling to celebrate the Gloucestershire’s volunteers and memorialise the loss of lives of so many in our county.

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LEADING THE WAY ON SAFER SCHOOL STREETS

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats are pushing to make the streets around our county’s schools safer and to enable social distancing as pupils return.

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EXPOSED: COUNCIL’S FAILURE TO FIX ROADS

Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats today exposed a missed opportunity by Gloucestershire County Council to fix the county’s pothole epidemic while the roads were empty.

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Social distancing signs coming to Bourton on the Water

New signs and pathway stickers will be going up in the popular Cotswold village from tonight, to help residents and visitors to continue to socially distance as restrictions continue to be eased.  

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County Council needs to get aboard new era for cycling and walking

As the Government announces a £2 billion fund to create a new era for cycling and walking, the County Council’s Conservatives need to demonstrate more commitment not to miss the ride. 

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