Demand for trade stand space at this summer’s Moreton Show on Saturday, September 5, is spectacular as traders rush to secure a spot at Britain’s biggest one-day agricultural show.
As well as the General Election taking place on Thursday, May 7, voters will elect a slimmed-down Cotswold District Council, while more than 600 parish and town council seats are also up for grabs.
It follows a number of complaints to the town council regarding dog fouling around the town and on both the cricket field and King George's Field.
The competition ran for three months during late 2014 and early 2015, and entrants were encouraged to identify innovative ways to Reuse, Recycle and Reduce waste.
Even without data for March (the final month of the 2014/15 financial year) figures show that over 456,000 visits have been made to the facility - which is owned by Cotswold District Council and operated by SLM. This compares with a total of 440,660 for 2013/14, which was also a record year.
The shop in Old Market Way, just off the High Street, opened for business on Saturday and will be open until Saturday, March 28, from 10am till 4pm every day, with late night shopping on Thursdays till 8pm.
Keen amateur photographers of all ages are being offered the opportunity to capture what they feel best sums up the beauty and uniqueness of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in a brand new competition.
Clarkson, aged 54, was involved in a "fracas", leading the BBC to decide not to show next Sunday's episode. The broadcaster is also expected to scrap the remainder of the current series of Top Gear.
The inaugural 2014 Lechlade Duck Race exceeded all expectations, attracting more than 5,000 spectators and raising £16,500 for charity.
Organiser Alisdair Hedworth said: "We had planned for about 2,000 people and in the end we were completely overrun, but in a good way."
Paloma Faith and Groove Armard (DJ Set) will be among those performing at Alex James's farm at Kingham for The Big Feastival's fourth year from August 28-30.
Recent statistics have revealed a growing number of motorists being issued with parking charge notices (PCNs) at Cotswold District Council car parks.
Local postal worker and retained fireman Steve Mustoe, his wife Jo and their daughters Amelia, aged five, and Esmae, three, are set to move into the home in Sly's Close at the end of November, thanks to the charity founded by the local Sly family and Gloucestershire Homeseeker.
Cotswold District Council will soon be introducing rapid Electric Vehicle Charging Points (EVCPs) into the Cotswolds for the very first time.
The EVCPs are due to be installed at the Beeches car park in Cirencester and the Old Market Way car park in Moreton-in-Marsh, thanks to funding from the Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).
This should encourage more local people to adopt a greener mode of travel, as the EVCPs will provide them with the flexibility to travel between locations in the north and south of the district and beyond.
Enthusiasts for the music of the renaissance, apart from the pleasure of playing together, they enjoy introducing people to a range of instruments they may never otherwise have seen, and which sound distinctly different to modern ears.
Between them they have have well over 100 instruments of the period.
Come along to the musical evening at the Corinium Museum and hear some music from the Tudor and Jacobean periods.
Enjoy the music followed by a glass of wine, delicious canapés and chance to wander around the museum. Doors open at 7.15pm. All profits go to Cirencester Housing for Young People (Chyp), helping local young homeless people.
Tickets cost £15 and are available from the Chyp Charity Shop at 20 The Waterloo, Cirencester, or ring 01285 651227 for more details.
The council will be setting aside £500,000 to finance installation work and this will be match funded by Gloucestershire County Council, boosting the total to £1 million.