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.
Grants totalling over £51,000 have been announced for good causes with the closure of a Minchinhampton based charity. Major awards for hospital research and smaller donations to aid local organisations were awarded by parish councillors acting as trustees of the A. E. Pash Charitable Trust. Pash (pictured) lived in Friday Street and on his death aged 47, in 1973, left all his possessions to be invested in a trust fund for the same number of years as his age when he passed away. The annual interest on the monies was donated over the years until the final capital was recently gifted to hospital researches and the charity closed. Read the full story here:
Posted: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 09:32 by Ms Jo Barber
A third councillor to represent the Brimscombe Ward on this council is being sought. Especial interest in the Orchard Lane play area would be welcomed. Please contact the Trap House office to find out more.
Posted: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 07:54 by Ms Jo Barber
A £5,000 grant was recently given by the parish council to Minchinhampton Market House to support the ongoing refurbishment of what many consider is the most important historic building in the parish.
Posted: Fri, 17 Sep 2021 05:02 by Ms Jo Barber
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