Paul Hodgkinson

Leader of the Lib Dems on Gloucestershire County Council, representing Bourton on the Water & Northleach Learn more

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Easter gift for Cotswold schools

by Paul Hodgkinson on 27 March, 2013

A Cotswolds councillor has welcomed a scheme promoted by the coalition government that will pump nearly £1,000,000 of extra funding into schools in the district. The extra cash – amounting to £900 per child under the Pupil Premium initiative – will be used to help children from less privileged backgrounds reach their full educational potential. […]

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Will you be part of the Big Project?

by Paul Hodgkinson on 24 January, 2013

An appeal to raise funds for one of our local primary schools has been launched. The Big Project is a charity that has been set up to help raise some of the funds required to to build a new classroom/assembly hall at North Cerney primary school. Cllr Paul Hodgkinson is backing the project, “We’re fortunate […]

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Bourton road crossing gets moving!

by Paul Hodgkinson on 11 November, 2012

A call for a safer road crossing in Bourton on the Water is now coming to fruition. Two Bourton on the Water residents, Ginie and Patrick Moss, gathered 1100 names on a petition that called for the installation of a 24/7 crossing facility on Station Road in the village. Ginie Moss, a teacher at the Cotswold School, […]

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Farm Project to give youngsters a taste of the country

by Paul Hodgkinson on 17 June, 2012

A Churn Valley project, based out of Woodmancote, has been given the thumbs up by Cotswold District Council. A small pot of money has been made available to each CDC councillor to spend on local youth projects. Cllr Paul Hodgkinson has already chosen projects which the funding will go to in the Churn Valley, “Ollie […]

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Happy Christmas and New Year!

by Paul Hodgkinson on 24 December, 2011

A very Happy Christmas to all in the Cotswolds and the Churn Valley! Two weeks ago, North Cerney School held its fundraising Christmas Fair at the North Cerney Memorial Hall and raised some great funds for the school. Lots of people attended and you can see Paul being interviewed at the Fair by clicking on […]

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Extra cash for Cotswolds schools

by Paul Hodgkinson on 31 October, 2011

Cllr Paul Hodgkinson has welcomed a scheme promoted by the coalition government that will pump nearly £450,000 of extra funding into schools in the Cotswold district. The extra cash – amounting to nearly £500 per child under the Pupil Premium initiative – will be used to help children from less privileged backgrounds reach their full […]

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