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Town's future plans go on display
New plans for the possible future transformation of Cheltenham town centre go on show from Friday in the town's Regent's Arcade.

The move is part of the town council's Civic Pride initiative which could see millions spent over the next 10 years.

Suggestions include reducing traffic in the town centre by the closing of Boots corner.

Other plans include underground parking, new street signs and more trees for the Gloucestershire town.




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