Minchinhampton Parish Council

Serving the people of Minchinhampton

Clerk: Ms Jo Barber
The Trap House, West End
Minchinhampton, Gloucester
GL6 9JA

Minchinhampton Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Minchinhampton a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

The villages of Amberley, Box and Brimscombe have their own websites: https://www.amberley.org.uk/ , www.box-village.com/ and Brimscombe

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Latest News

MARKET HOUSE PUBLIC MEETING

Trustees of Minchinhampton Market House are holding a public meeting there on 17th November, 2018, at 10am.

The meeting will explain the transfer of the title of the building from Minchinhampton Parish Council to a new Minchinhampton Market House Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

It was in January 2018 that the council agreed to support this change, which will limit the liability of the Minchinhampton Market House Management Committee and mean the Charity Commission rather than the council will be Custodian Trustees.

Posted: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 13:03 by Ms Jo Barber

FISH SHOP TO REOPEN

The Fish Shop on West End has now been taken up by new tenants and is due to open towards the end of October.

Posted: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 09:53 by Angie Ayling

LEMON FIELD CONSULTATION

Residents living around the Lemon Field in Minchinhampton have received a letter from this parish council exploring possibly turning this site into a private parking area.

The idea - and it is only an idea so far - is that, if enough people were interested to make the project viable, it should ease parking congestion on central streets.

People's opinions have been invited by a deadline of Friday, 26th October, 2018, after which responses will be presented to a future council meeting. More »

This is part of trying to sort out parking issues in the town where limited daytime waiting may also be considered.

Posted: Tue, 09 Oct 2018 13:28 by Ms Jo Barber