Story from the Cotswold Journal. The call for the Cotswolds to be given national park status has been backed by a leading regional hospitality specialist. Peter Brunt, hotels director at commercial property specialist Colliers International, who has sold three dozen […]
Story from Cotswold Journal. The first turf has been cut for the new doctor’s surgery in Stow after months of speculation over its future. The surgery’s Facebook page shows a picture of work being done at the Tall Trees site […]
I thought it sensible to relay this message from Kirsten Johnstone. I am asking parents who have children aged between 5 and 7 if they would be interested in bringing them along to our beaver group we hope to be starting […]
Below is a press release describing how Eastleach funded a new play area. This HAS to be something URPC should investigate. Release date: 7 November 2017 from Cotswold District Council Residents in Eastleach have thanked Cotswold District Council and Gloucestershire […]
Picture: Around Miniature Castle – March 2016 Pleased to see that the Parish Council are asking for ideas on where to plant the spring bulbs to make Rissington look a better place. Would like to thank Andrew and Caroline Maclean […]
Our annual flu vaccination campaign has started – there is still plenty of time for you to be covered for when the flu season starts. Flu jab sessions dates are Saturday 30th September (this Saturday) at Carterton Health Centre (8.30-11am) […]
Litter Pick: 21st October 2017 organised by Helen Lucey. Time: 09:45 am to 11:30 am Meet: At the Hangar. Equipment: The Parish Council will provide picks and high-biz vests. CDC – everything else.
Unfortunately, it can be revealed that the Upper Rissington Youth Club is closing. Agenda Item 20 of the next Council Meeting: Youth Club: To note the closure of the Youth Club Group and agree any actions necessary. Firstly, a huge […]
Neighbourhood Watch by Mike South Following the increased crime over the Bank Holiday I contacted the police and have just received this response for Mel Oliveira, our community Police officer: Yes if we have a volunteer I can organise to […]
There is a report of at least 3 traveller caravans with associated horses camping on the edge of the Northern Boundary of the village. Pictures to follow. NB: Exact location to be confirmed.
Below is how a neighbouring Parish Town/Council have supported their community, maybe this is something our council could investigate. The first gallery shows adult exercise items and chidrens play furniture. The combination, basketball, cricket and football pitch would be an […]
What an impressive result from Cotswold School. The proportion of grades at A* to C is an impressive 90%: 20% of grades are at A* level! 41% of all A Level grades awarded at A* or A 66% of A […]
Story from Cotswold Journal Written by Sebastian Richards COTSWOLD MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has voiced his dismay that plans for a new doctors surgery in Stow-on-the-Wold has been rejected for a third time. The application for the new surgery on Gypsy Field […]
For those that are unaware we do have a Church at Upper Rissington with its own website. The website details all their weekly activities. CUR:ve (The Church in Upper Rissington:valuing everyone) is a group of Christian who meet and work […]
Story from Cotswold Journal. A LONG-running battle over a new doctors’ surgery has reached a resolution. Tall Trees doctor’s surgery in Stow has announced that the project is ready to proceed following a dispute over funding and where the site […]
The story below is from the Cotswold Journal discussing a Bourton-on-the-Water Problem, I think it’s a national problem and therefore relevant to Upper Rissington. I congratulate the Council for getting involved, maybe our council could become more proactive? A COUNCILLOR […]
There is a Social Committee Annual General Meeting in the Village Hall on the 27th April 2017 between 19:30 and 21:30. All can attend and listen to what is planned for the village in 2017 and beyond. Remember it’s these […]
Below are the candidates. I know Nigel Moor and he does a fantastic job for the this Community, without him we would not have resolved some major issues in our village. I also know Andrew Maclean, and he also very […]
On a cold morning the Heythrop Hunt had another great turn out at Stow in 2017. Please visit this website for information for Stow on the Wold (very well laid out and informative).
Thousands of people crammed into Chipping Norton on Boxing Day to see off the Heythrop Hunt’s riders. They meet again over the festive season at Stow on the Wold on New Years Day. The annual Boxing Day event packed out streets around the town […]