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Cirencester Town Council is consulting on its budget estimates for 2018/19 and the impact that this will have on its medium term financial plan.
The Town Council will formally consider the budget estimates for 2018/19, as well as setting its part of the local council tax, at its meeting on Tuesday 23rd January at 7pm, Bingham House, Dyer Street.
In the mean time we would welcome comments from the public, residents, businesses and organisations on the Town Council’s proposals for expenditure in 2018/19 and its medium term financial plan.
Cotswold District Council’s waste and recycling collection service provider, Ubico Ltd, will be making normal collections up to and including Friday 22 December. The following week, the crews will not be working on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 December and will also be on holiday on Monday 1 January 2018. As a consequence, there will be changes in collection days until the normal schedule resumes on Monday 15 January 2018. The collection days will change as follows: (please note that crews will be working on three Saturdays - 30 December, 6 January and 13 January – to catch up.)
Week commencing Monday 18 December 2017:
Normal collection day New revised collection day
Mon 18 Dec 2017 No change
Tues 19 Dec No change
Weds 20 Dec No change
Thurs 21 Dec No change
Friday 22 Dec No change
Mon 25 Dec Will move to Weds 27 Dec
Tues 26 Dec Will move to Thurs 28 Dec
Weds 27 Dec Will move to Friday 29 Dec
Thurs 28 Dec Will move to Saturday 30 Dec
Friday 29 Dec Will move to Tues 2 Jan 2017
Mon 1 Jan 2018 Will move to Weds 3 Jan
Tues 2 Jan Will move to Thurs 4 Jan
Weds 3 Jan Will move to Friday 5 Jan
Thurs 4 Jan Will move to Saturday 6 Jan
Friday 5 Jan Will move to Mon 9 8 Jan
Mon 8 Jan Will move to Tues 9 Jan
Tues 9 Jan Will move to Weds 10 Jan
Weds 10 Jan Will move to Thurs 11 Jan
Thurs 11 Jan Will move to Friday 12 Jan
Friday 12 Jan Will move to Saturday 13 Jan
The collection schedule will return to normal on the week beginning Monday 15 January 2018.
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
Welcome to the latest edition of About Town! This edition features lots of useful information including news about the Town Centre Regeneration Scheme, Cirencester Markets and our green spaces.