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.
Volunteers have arranged a chance for local people to express their views about Stroud District Council proposals to allocate Glebe Farm in Minchinhampton for 80 houses, with access via The Bulwarks. The session will be at the Market House undercroft from 10am-1pm on Saturday, 26th June. District and parish councillors are expected to be there.
Posted: Thu, 17 Jun 2021 12:40 by Ms Jo Barber
An exciting new role of Deputy Clerk will shortly be formally advertised by this council. Meanwhile if you are CILCA qualified and have an especial talent in local council finances why not contact the clerk to find out more?
Posted: Mon, 14 Jun 2021 23:13 by Ms Jo Barber
Enthusiastic Brimscombe folk enlisted the help of councillors when their new picnic tables arrived. Residents including Jenna Burne (seated) roped in chairman of Minchinhampton Parish Council Nick Hurst (left) and member Mark Huband (right) who both lent their DIY skills to put the benches together all ready for the summer. The council has now reimbursed local families the £500 cost of the tables.
Posted: Thu, 27 May 2021 13:05 by Ms Jo Barber
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