Garden Fires – Advice from Stroud District Council

April 20, 2020 on 7:51 am | By | In News | Comments Off on Garden Fires – Advice from Stroud District Council

Bonfire smoke may cause particular problems for people with underlying health conditions such as asthma, bronchitis and heart conditions. We all now know that Covid-19 is a respiratory disease. During the pandemic, more people than normal are at home, working, caring for their family and/or self-isolating. People in your area ...Continue reading

Please Stick to Public Footpaths

April 6, 2020 on 2:50 pm | By | In News | Comments Off on Please Stick to Public Footpaths

There are now many more residents walking in our Parish.  Please stick only to the footpaths and keep dogs on a lead to protect livestock and hay crops. ...Continue reading

Woodchester Word

April 3, 2020 on 10:59 am | By | In News | Comments Off on Woodchester Word

Click here for the spring edition of the Woodchester Word. ...Continue reading

Walkers

March 26, 2020 on 6:52 pm | By | In News | Comments Off on Walkers

For those who are still out and about, taking exercise or walking the dog, please think about what you are doing. We need to be AWARE of our behaviour, CONSIDERATE of how we are affecting others and TOLERANT when we encounter our fellow walkers! Think about the route you are ...Continue reading

Woodchester Park Closure

March 23, 2020 on 4:50 pm | By | In News | Comments Off on Woodchester Park Closure

Following advice from the government and the National Trust’s Director General, Woodchester Park has been closed to all visitors (including dog walkers I am afraid) for the foreseeable future. This means all access points will be closed and signed explaining this, including the Inchbrook end of Woodchester Park. The National ...Continue reading

Litter Pick

March 23, 2020 on 12:21 pm | By | In News | Comments Off on Litter Pick

In the current circumstances and following Government guidelines, the litter pick will be cancelled this year.  Many of you collect litter as you walk round the village which helps a great deal. ...Continue reading

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