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High Street improvements begin this summer

Natural stone paving, new seating, trees and a performance space will refresh the High Street when work begins this summer. The designs, which are now well advanced, will go on public exhibition in March. They will replace the existing mix of concrete and tarmac infill with new natural stone paving across the full width of… Continue reading High Street improvements begin this summer

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Local businesses join Cheltenham BID to #LightUpCheltenham

Saturday 10 February sees the launch of Light Up Cheltenham.  The free, family friendly event is being run by Cheltenham BID and will see major buildings lit up in a way they have never been before. Spectacular street drumming group Spark! will launch the event at 5pm on Saturday 10 February on the new public… Continue reading Local businesses join Cheltenham BID to #LightUpCheltenham

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Spectacular drummers Spark! to launch Light Up Cheltenham with two shows in town

Details have been confirmed for the launch of the latest new event on its way to Cheltenham – Light Up Cheltenham. The event being run by Cheltenham BID throughout February half-term will see major buildings lit up in a way they have never been seen before. And the week will be launched with two performances… Continue reading Spectacular drummers Spark! to launch Light Up Cheltenham with two shows in town

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Managing Your Reputation Online Training Course

The Managing Your Reputation Online Training Course will help your tourism, hospitality or leisure business to take advantage of review websites and social media to boost sales. The course will be taking place on 27th February at the Cotswold House Hotel and Spa in Chipping Campden. The course is for a number of people including:… Continue reading Managing Your Reputation Online Training Course

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Cheltenham’s tourism economy grows to just under £158m

New figures released by Cheltenham Borough Council show that the tourism economy in Cheltenham during 2016 was worth £158 million to the local economy, a 2% rise on the previous year. Steve Jordan, council leader of Cheltenham Borough Council said: “We are delighted to see growth in the tourism economy and really appreciate the efforts… Continue reading Cheltenham’s tourism economy grows to just under £158m

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Cheltenham retains PurpleFlag for evening & night-time economy

We are delighted to announce that Cheltenham has successfully retained its Purple Flag which has been awarded in recognition of an evening and night-time economy which is appealing, welcoming and safe. The Purple Flag is a national town and city centre award which aims to raise the standard and broaden the appeal of town and… Continue reading Cheltenham retains PurpleFlag for evening & night-time economy

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Join the #PressforProgress event in Cheltenham

As part of the International Women's Day (IWD) celebrations, Cheltenham Borough Council, the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Trust and a range of other partners will be holding a fun event to celebrate women and to inspire the young people of Cheltenham and Gloucestershire to fulfil their dreams. Called ‘#PressforProgress Cheltenham’, this free event will be taking place… Continue reading Join the #PressforProgress event in Cheltenham

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Credit & Debit Card surcharges will be banned from Saturday 13th January

On Saturday 13th January, you will no longer be able to charge a fee to customers who choose to purchase goods by card. The current rules that were put into action in 2013 meant a business could charge a customer whatever it cost to process a debit or credit card payment. This is all set to change… Continue reading Credit & Debit Card surcharges will be banned from Saturday 13th January