Temporary Footpath Closure ZTE 13 ZTE 14 ZYE 11 Tewkesbury Town :72846

Please find attached Notice and Order Plan in relation to temporarily closing the above footpath and footways.

Should you have any further queries regarding this closure, please contact the Gloucestershire Highways helpline 08000 514 514.


NOTICE is hereby given that Gloucestershire County Council intend to make an Order to close
temporarily under Sections 14, 15 and 16 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 (as amended)
part of the Footpaths as described in the schedule below.

Public Footpath ZTE 11 from its junction with the Back of Avon at Ordnance Survey Grid
Reference (OSGR) SO 89221/32907 extending in a generally westerly direction for approximately
80 metres to its junction with Public Footpath ZTE 14 at OSGR SO 891339/32932 and shown on
the Order Map by a bold solid black line marked A to B.

Public Footpath ZTE 14 from its junction with the Public Footpath ZTE 11 at OSGR SO
891339/32932 extending in a generally south westerly direction for approximately 460 metres to its
junction with Public Footpath ZTE 12 at OSGR 88866/32581 and shown on the Order Map by a
bold solid black line marked B to C.

Part of Public Footpath ZTE 13 is to be closed temporarily from its junction with Public Footpath
ZTE 12 at OSGR 88866/32581 extending in a generally south easterly direction for approximately
50 metres to its junction with Mill Street OSGR SO 88930/32544 and shown on the Order Map by
a bold solid black line marked C to D.

The footpaths fall within Tewkesbury Town in the Tewkesbury Borough, in the County of

The closure is necessary for safeguard the public whilst the installation of an Eel Pass takes place.
The order will come into force on 23rd August 2021 and remain in force until the 28th January
2022. This Order authorises the closure for a period of up to six months if necessary. After this
date if the closure is still required it will be necessary to apply to the Secretary of State for an
extension of time.

Alternative Route – There is no alternative route.
For further information please contact Gloucestershire Highways on
08000 514 514 or visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk
Pedestrian access and emergency access to adjoining premises will be maintained.

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Shire Hall Date: 5
th August 2021


Road closure – TTRO 0193, High Street, Tewkesbury

Please be advised of the following temporary road closure:


High Street, Tewkesbury

The road above will be closed (as per the attached plan) from Sunday 12/09/2021 18.00 until Monday 13/09/2021 05.00        

This is to allow for bird-proofing to be installed on the roof of No. 19 Lloyds Bank, with a Cherry Picker required to be located in the Carriageway for the works duration. Pedestrian access will be marshalled via site operatives.

If you require any further information regarding this closure please contact Gloucestershire Highways on 08000 514 514.

High Street, Tewkesbury plan

Covid-19 Mobile testing unit in Tewkesbury

The mobile testing unit will be open in Tewkesbury every day from 16th to 23rd July.

Anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 can book an appointment. Please do not contact the site owners!

To book a test or for more information on testing, go to the NHS website or call 119.

If you don’t have an appointment you will not get a test!

Mobile testing unit location : Check here

Lower Lode Depot, Lower Lode Lane, Tewkesbury  GL20 5TT


Bin collections over the late May bank holiday

Waste and recycling collections will be a day later than usual after the bank holiday next Monday, 31 May.

Catch up collections will run from Tuesday, 1 June through to Saturday, 5 June. Normal collections begin again on Monday, 7 June.  Anyone who is unsure of their collection day can find out by visiting: www.tewkesbury.gov.uk/recycling

Usual collection day Bank holiday collection day
Monday Tuesday, 1 June
Tuesday Wednesday, 2 June
Wednesday Thursday, 3 June
Thursday Friday, 4 June
Friday Saturday, 5 June

During this bank holiday weekend, many of us will be taking advantage of the better weather to enjoy a family barbecue. The council is asking everyone to be mindful of the amount of waste generated and to recycle wherever possible, and advises people to dispose of ash from their barbecues by putting it in a bag before placing it in their refuse bin.

Councillor Jim Mason, lead member for clean and green environment, said: “Many of us will be making the most of the warm weather over the bank holiday weekend to get together with family or friends, and barbecues are bound to be a popular choice.

“We want to keep the amount of waste to a minimum and recycle as much as possible, so – unless you intend using your best china – please consider using reusable plates and cutlery rather than plastic disposable ones. And although, with careful planning, you shouldn’t have a great deal of leftover food, remember that any that cannot be stored in the fridge for later use can be placed in your food waste caddy for recycling.”

Road closure – TTRO 0173 Tewkesbury/Northern GCC CWay Resurfacing Q2 2021, various locations

Please be advised of the following temporary blanket road closure:

Various Locations, please see attached schedule

GCC SM Sched Q2 21-22 – TEWKS


864597 – Diversion v1

The roads above will be closed (as per the attached schedule/plans) within the period 16/07/2021 to 01/09/2021 for Carriageway Resurfacing works by GCC. Advanced warnings of dates to be displayed on site approx. two weeks before works commence.

If you require any further information regarding this closure please contact Gloucestershire Highways on 08000 514514.

Youth Transport Survey – Gloucestershire

In conjunction with Stroud District Youth Council, the Gloucestershire Community Rail Partnership (GCRP) are seeking the views and opinions of all young people (between the ages of 10 and 25) in which to assess and improve transport across the county.

This is the most important survey to be carried out for many years regarding the travel needs of young people in Gloucestershire and will support a number of your own initiatives and projects.  Positive changes to travel and transport, will improve young people’s access to current and future career options, as well as education and leisure opportunities.

Participants in the survey have the chance to win one of four vouchers up to £50 in value!

The link to complete the survey is: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/GlosYouthTravelSurvey/  

All results will be aggregated and no individuals will be identified as per the GDPR requirements and statement at the beginning of the survey.  If you have any questions relating to the survey process, please contact Hannah McDonnell at hannah@gloucestershirecommunityrail.org

Tewkesbury Town Council