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You’ll never ‘tyre’ of this impressive new pathway

Resurfacing work is taking place along a stretch of cycleway using more than 8,000 recycled tyres to create a new...

Latest news release published: 18/10/2019

Tell us how you want to see Stroud Lido improved

To help breathe new life in to a much-loved community facility, views on how it can be improved are...

Published: 18/10/2019


Owner ordered to use muzzles and leads on two dogs after horses and riders harassed

A dog owner whose pets harassed horses and riders, and attacked other dogs, must muzzle them and...

Published: 17/10/2019


We want your views on polling stations and districts

The deadline is approaching for everyone to have their say on proposed changes to polling stations...

Published: 02/10/2019


Mouldy food sparks bakery prosecution

Mouldy food found in a bakery by Stroud District Council food safety inspectors during a routine...

Published: 01/10/2019


Professional dog walkers urged to sign new code of conduct launched by Stroud District Council

Professional dog walkers urged to sign new code of conduct launched by Stroud District Council

Published: 27/09/2019


This is how you can get more involved in making decisions for your community

Stroud District Council will be celebrating National Democracy Week by inviting people to find out...

Published: 26/09/2019


A new woodland for all could be planted in Stroud

More new trees are going in the ground as Stroud District Council prepares to create woodland to...

Published: 24/09/2019


Council plans ahead to keep canal project on track

Stroud District Council is preparing plans it hopes it won’t have to use to ensure a £23.4million...

Published: 24/09/2019


Help available for owners of Stroud’s 1,600 empty properties

Stroud District Council is backing National Empty Homes week to call on the owners of Stroud’s 1,600...

Published: 23/09/2019


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