Labour councillors have secured a committment from council officers to think again about bus services to Cam and Dursley railway station.
Cam and Uley Family Practice have recently asked NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group to consider proposals to withdraw all services from Uley.
We’re lucky in our Labour community that we look out for each other – let’s extend that care to our neighbours to ensure they’re safe too.
As part of a weekend of events across the country this weekend, Cam is planning to bring people from the local community together to show, in the words of Jo Cox, that we have ‘more in common than that which divides us’.
The proposals from the Boundary Commission, which will see Berkeley, Newtown and Sharpness remaining in Stroud, were described by district council leader Doina Council as an “undemocratic power grab.”
The party’s pledge to invest in the railways was well-received by commuters, waiting to catch the train to work.
Angry at the decision to cut the route from hourly to two-hourly, people are being asked to sign a petition calling on the Conservative county council to put some money into the route.
Visitors to Cam’s Great Get Together event on Sunday raised £60 for the Jo Cox Foundation.
The Great Get Together comes to Cam at the weekend with the community coming together to host a day of fun, football and fun at Cam Cricket Club.
Cam is to host a Great Get Together event in the summer.