Archive for August 6th, 2007

Did you have a membership for leisure@cheltenham?

By now everyone should have received a letter about monthly and annual memberships for leisure@cheltenham and how these have been affected by the closure of our flood damaged leisure facilities. Just in case you didn’t get a copy, we provide the letters below. A big thank you to everyone for their kind words of support.

  1. Download the letter about annual memberships
  2. Download the letter about monthly memberships

Cheltenham's devastated leisure facilities after the flood

Water distribution latest

Severn Trent are now taking over water distribution at the sites across Cheltenham. For further information please contact them on 0800 100 300 or visit our emergency water supply page for details of where the sites are located.

Gloucestershire flood relief fund applications

To provide financial help to Gloucestershire residents whose homes have been flooded by the July 2007 floods and who have suffered hardship as a result.

Applications to the fund can now be made:

  1. Download the Gloucestershire flood relief fund guidelines
  2. Download the Gloucestershire flood relief fund application form

Cheltenham floods 20-07-2007

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Photos on flickr

Lypiatt Terrace in Montpellier, Cheltenham, was built around 1847 and is Grade II listed. The terrace is set back from the road and designed in an Italianate style, reflecting the architectural extravagance of the Victorian era. Info from Cheltonia. #chel

The Farmers' Market is on today on the Promenade. It's moved in front of the Long Gardens temporarily due to the bus diversions :seedling::tulip::cake::bread::green_apple::strawberry:#cheltenham #farmersmarket #shoplocal #freshproduce #market #wearecbc

The Imperial Fountain just off the corner of Imperial Square and Trafalgar Street. #publicart #Cheltenham

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