Local News

Elections Results

The May election results show no overall change in Gloucester.

New County Council Divisions 2013

New ward arrangements for Gloucestershire have now successfully completed the period of Parliamentary scrutiny and will come into force at the local elections on 2 May 2013.

PM in Gloucester

Prime Minister David Cameron visited Waterwells in Gloucester to speak with the emergency services about Gloucester's flooding.

Robinswood Hill Funfest

A FREE event celebrating the beauty of Robinswood HillCouncillor Colin Organ, Cabinet Member for Housing, Health & Leisure is organising a Robinswood Hill weekend on June 30th-1st July this year, Councillor Organ stated “There are very few cities within England and Wales that enjoy the benefits of having a hill and countryside park within its boundaries and which also carries an interesting history and yet Robinswood Hill is hardly mentioned when Gloucester is talked about.

Thank You for your support!

The people of Gloucester have spoken and the results are in. Gloucester has returned to no overall control with the loss of one Conservative ward with a turnout of only 31%.To see the full results and the results in your ward visit the Gloucester City Council website here. 

Supporting our city centre

Gloucester city centre, like almost every high street in the country, has suffered during the recession. But we haven’t been hit as hard as many other places – and we’re confident about the future. 

Rebeca Byzcok for Matson & Robinswood

Rebecca was born, raised and still lives in the Matson area and attended Moat School. She is a qualified solicitor and has been working closely with the Matson community for years. 

Supporting our city centre

Gloucester city centre, like almost every high street in the country, has suffered during the recession. But we haven’t been hit as hard as many other places – and we’re confident about the future.