Minchinhampton Parish Council

Serving the people of Minchinhampton

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

Latest News

Welcome for NT Landscape Project

The National Trust's Stroud Landscape Project to create wildlife corridors between, for example, Woodchester Park and the commons, was warmly welcomed when it was outlined to Minchinhampton Parish Council. Find out more at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stroud-landscape-project.

Posted: Thu, 08 Apr 2021 16:11 by Ms Jo Barber

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Elections Underway

All five Minchinhampton Parish Council wards will return candidates in uncontested elections on May 6th, 2021. There will however be polls for both the Amberley and Woodchester, and the Minchinhampton, seats on Stroud District Council and for the Gloucestershire County Council Minchinhampton Division seat. Details on our elections page. The Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner will also be... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 22 Mar 2021 06:19 by Ms Jo Barber

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Daffodils Spring

Daffodils Spring

Just one of 1,000 daffodils that are brightening the edges of Brimscombe Playing Field for the first time this spring, thanks to the community's hard work. Neighbours, schoolchildren, church members and others all helped out last autumn to plant the bulbs and create the blooming lovely display.

Posted: Thu, 11 Mar 2021 10:58 by Ms Jo Barber

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Parish Council has "interest" in new doctors' surgery

MPC is prohibited from expressing a formal opinion about the Vosper Field surgery proposal because it owns the land. Please read on for more ...

Posted: Mon, 08 Mar 2021 12:45 by Ms Jo Barber

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Stone Stiles Survey

Stone Stiles Survey

Centuries old stone stiles need your help. Volunteer Peter Wilson is aiming to build a county wide database of our ancient step, squeeze and slab stiles. Walkers are asked to take pictures, and then record the stile details via "get involved" on the Gloucestershire CPRE website. Minchinhampton has many examples of the historic stiles which were to stop grazing cattle and sheep wandering too far afield.... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 06:36 by Ms Jo Barber

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