4 000 crocus bulbs, donated by the Cirencester Rotary Club, are a beautiful sign of Spring at St. Michael's Park. They were planted in 2017 to help promote Rotary International's campaign to finally eradicate Polio from all parts of the world.
After taking early retirement from teaching History, Dr. Sue Jones researched the women's suffrage movement in the North East where she was then living and gained her doctorate. Since moving back to her native Gloucestershire, she has concentrated on researching the movement there and was persuaded to write this book after a number of talks to local groups.
Now available at Cirencester Local information Centre for £14.99.
Cirencester Town Council has received notice of the conclusion of audit for its accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017.
The external auditors, Grant Thornton have concluded the audit for the financial year 2016/17 and are satisfied that the Town Council’s accounts and supporting information supplied are in accordance with proper practices and that relevant legislation and regulatory requirements have been met.
Any person interested may inspect and make a copy of the Statement of Accounts by contacting the Chief Executive Office:
Chief Executive Officer
1 Dyer Street
Cirencester Town Council's Local Information Centre at Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, is proud to be a Safe Place in the Gloucestershire Keep Safe Scheme. The Keep Safe Scheme in Gloucestershire was set up in July 2010 to support people with learning disabilities and in September 2013, the Police and Crime Commissioner in Gloucestershire commissioned Memory Clubs UK – a community interest compan...
Cirencester Town Council is delighted to announce it has achieved the Quality Award as part of the Local Council Award Scheme.
The award recognises that we meet the high standards set by the parish/town council sector, as assessed by our peers. To achieve the Quality Award, the Council has demonstrated that it meets all requirements of the Foundation Award and has additional evidence of good governance, effective community engagement and council improvement.
Full details of the Award Scheme are available on www.nalc.gov.uk
This is the highest award Cirencester Town Council can confer, and is for the lifetime of the recipient. The award is for exceptional services to the community and is restricted to seven recipients at any one time.