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.
Marking Day Safety Warning
More cows than for several years have been freed to roam the Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons for the summer. Over 400 cattle and a small group of horses were released to graze the National Trust pastures after the traditional annual Marking Day in mid-May. The animals' arrival prompted a plea to drivers to slow their speeds on roads across the commons to avoid collisions with cattle. "They are friendly … but also big, heavy animals, and can be unpredictable," said the graziers' spokesman. Marking Day is named after a former practice of marking, or tagging, the cows all together at Old Lodge.
Posted: Sat, 20 May 2023 09:24 by Ms Jo Barber
New Ideas Needed
There's a chance for a new person to bring their enthusiasm to Minchinhampton Parish Council. Following a resignation someone fresh is being sought to join the 15 member council. The vacancy to represent the South Ward is currently being advertised. If there are no calls for an election by a deadline of 8th June, 2023, the seat will be filled by a process called co-option.To find out more please contact the parish office via: firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Lots more about the council's activities, including the agendas and minutes for its evening meetings and committees, and the policies under which it operates, can be found elsewhere this website.
Posted: Sat, 20 May 2023 07:52 by Ms Jo Barber
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