Cheltenham secondary schools could go a million pounds into the red

With the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and spending review announcement due this week, Martin  Horwood has warned that government spending cuts to local secondary schools could put them a million pounds into the red within a few years. 

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Exciting plans for Pittville Park

Liberal Democrat led Cheltenham Borough Council has revealed exciting plans which will transform the Pittville Park play area.

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Following a successful campaign led by the then MP Martin Horwood, the V bus service in Cheltenham was launched in March 2010 with stops in Welland Lodge Road, Cleevemount Close and outside Robert Harvey House in Winchcombe Street.

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Big improvement to local bus service

After long campaigning by Up Hatherley councillors and residents, the County Council is consulting on running a full daily service on the K bus, instead of the present service of only 5 journeys per day on Mondays to Fridays only

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Tory tax credit cuts will hammer 3,800 families in Cheltenham

THREE thousand eight hundred families in Cheltenham will lose out under Conservative plans to cut tax credits.

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Tim Farron opens new Lib Dem office

Liberal Democrat members in Cheltenham welcomed party leader Tim Farron MP to the town to officially open the new Liberal Democrat office off Berkeley Street.


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Cheltenham Lib Dems condemn renewable energy cuts

Cheltenham Borough Council officially opposes the Conservative Government’s cuts to support for the renewable energy industry after a vote at Monday night’s council meeting.

The Lib Dem administration voted in favour of a motion condemning Tory moves to pull the rug out from underneath the industry.

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Tory housing plans unfair to renters,' says borough council leader

Cheltenham Lib Dem leader calls for Tory right to buy rethink

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Emulsions run high as Cheltenham Liberal Democrats gloss over election loss

Liberal Democrats in Cheltenham have been brushing aside their election defeat by decorating their new office.

The town’s MP from 2005-15 Martin Horwood was among the well-drilled team lending a hand during a day of DIY action at the weekend.

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Government delays key road improvements

Last year the Department of Transport approved funding to Highways England for fixing the A417 ‘Missing Link’, as part of a £15 billion countrywide road improvement scheme, but it has now been confirmed that a solution will not be delivered before 2021.

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