Welcome to Minchinhampton Parish where individual and historic Cotswold communities - among them Amberley, Box, Brimscombe and Minchinhampton town itself - nestle around the precious and stunning public open spaces that are the National Trust owned commons. Pictures here from Simon Pizzey.
Minchinhampton Parish Council currently has a vacancy for a Councillor in our Amberley Ward - please see the attached 'Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor' document. If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to find out more, please contact staff by email on email@example.com or give us a call on 01453 731186 (our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8.30 - 4)
Posted: Thu, 09 Jun 2022 11:51 by Ms Jo Barber
The annual presentation of the Jim Gregory Cup for community service has resumed after its interruption by Covid.
The honour went to Minchinhampton's volunteer hospital drivers and was received on their behalf by retired John Dawes (pictured).
The ceremony took place at the Minchinhampton Annual Parish Meeting and followed numerous nominations of the Minchinhampton Surgery Patient's Participation Group transport scheme. More »
PC Gregory was a popular bobby-on-the-beat whose family launched the cup in his memory after his death in December 2014. He worked in Minchinhampton from September 1987 until June 2000 when he was transferred to royal protection duties at Highgrove where he served until retirement.
The trophy was first awarded in 2015 to Dr Chris Booth and then in subsequent years to Frank Halliday, John Bingle, Ruth Rabbets, and Brian and Jane Powell. » Less
Posted: Wed, 01 Jun 2022 09:10 by Ms Jo Barber
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