Scouting for boys and girls at Camp Windrush

“A week of camp life is worth six months of theoretical teaching in the meeting room”, so said Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the scout movement.

Now, thanks to Gloucestershire County Council funding and the Whitby’s Boy Scouts 2nd Cirencester Company, 30 children from Cirencester have the chance to experience camp life for themselves.

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End to parking nightmare in sight

Local Councillors have welcomed news that yellow lines are finally about to be put down in several roads in Cirencester, ending what residents have described as a 'parking nightmare'. 

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Joe Harris vows to fight for Cirencester's Minor Injuries Unit

Joe Harris has promised to continue to fight to protect Cirencester's Minor Injury Units (MUIs) and other units across Gloucestershire after they were described as “a thing of the past”.


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Joe Harris calls for on-street parking review in Cirencester

Councillor Joe Harris is calling on Gloucestershire County Council to begin a review of on-street parking in Cirencester. 


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Joe sweeps aside opposition to retain Cirencester seat

A landslide victory saw Joe Harris re-elected as one of Cirencester's two County Councillors in the local elections.


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Impovments to library welcomed by Councillor Joe Harris

Cirencester Library will be lighting up the life of local children from April when a new sensory area, full of lighting, toys and other fun items, is created.


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Conservatives prevent Lib Dem Councillors from voting on Chesterton planning application

The Liberal Democrats have reacted angrily after the Conservatives voted to prevent local Councillors from voting on a controversial planning application to build 2350 houses on the edge of Cirencester.


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Cirencester's schools set to lose thousands in funding

Cirencester’s schools are set to loose out on hundreds of thousands of pounds under a newfunding formula being consulted upon by the Conservative government.


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Urgent solution needed on Cricklade Street

Cirencester’s County Councillor, Joe Harris has called for immediate action to address the number of vehicles driving down Cricklade Street after a boy has hit by a vehicle on Tuesday afternoon.


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Councillors welcome resurfacing schemes in Cirencester

Cirencester’s two County Councillors, Joe Harris and Nigel Robbins have welcomed recent improvements to some of the Town roads.


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