URPC belated LinBo concerns?

I am amazed that this Parish Council are attempting to get involved at the 12th hour on LinBo business. They have published a statement which […]

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Is this fraud? Or paranoia?

URPC, appear to have some very strange accounting procedures, which require further explanation to the public, otherwise fraud could be suspected. M. Flint asked on […]

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Anyone for Ping Pong?

The concrete Table Tennis table courtesy of the URPC and promoted by Cllr D.Laird has arrived and looks splendid in the play park. Believed to […]

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URPC – Annual Return 2016/17

Would like to thank Debbie Hill for doing a great job preparing the return and the Acting Clerk D.Laird for final completion. URPC accounts and […]

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Parish Council Noticeboard – £2490

It has been revealed that URPC are spending £2490 for a sign board to be located on the Village Hall site. There have been various […]

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URPC Election – 19 Oct 2017

Release date: 11 September 2017 An election for two councillors for Upper Rissington parish council will take place on Thursday 19 October 2017. The Notice […]

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GAPTC – Cheque Numbers – Financials from URPC!

Three months ago, the question was asked why have cheque numbers been deleted from the publicised payments list? After numerous requests from Nigel Adams and […]

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Parish Council Elections – 19th Oct ’17

I call on all Parish Councillors to stand down and lets have a proper election for all 7 positions, so that we a get a […]

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PC website launched!

I think all of us are fed up of reading about Upper Rissington Parish Council on this website. I have therefore decided to concentrate information […]

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Parish Clerk Required

At the meeting of the 31st July of the Parish Council agreed the following. Clerk: (i)  To authorize the Acting Clerk to liaise with GAPTC […]

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URPC Election opportunity!

A fantastic opportunity for anyone wishing to stand for election for Upper Rissington Council has arisen.  Notify Nigel Adams before 21 August 2017 and once […]

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Debbie Hill – the Truth and not the PR job!

This story is also posted here. It is emerging that Upper Rissington Parish Council, managed the removal of Debbie Hill from her position as the […]

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Two Parish Council Vacancies

Nigel Adams, said he will have handed over paperwork to fill two Parish Council vacancies for advertisement today. Below is how the returning officer Nigel […]

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TRUST – you have to earn it?

Below is the Agenda and Payments list for the next Parish Council Meeting. Parish Council Meeting Agenda – 31 July 2017 Retrospective Payments List – […]

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PC claim to have been locked out of the hall

Posted on FB today by a member of the Trust: Good Afternoon. This post is intended to clarify the situation with regard to a rumour […]

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The Missing Cheque(s) Saga of URPC

At the last URPC meeting the URPC Chairman answered the question relating to the  missing cheques (listen to the Audio Minutes at around minute 55). […]

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URPC – Vote of No Confidence

URPC has finally fallen on its sword, or is this wishful thinking? Last nights meeting came to an abrupt halt when Cllr Arnold announced he […]

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Vacancy for Parish Clerk

It would appear that Debbie Hill is no longer the Clerk for Upper Rissington Parish Council. This revelation can be found on the Clerks Linkedn profile, […]

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Debbie Hill (URPC Clerk) has passed her CiLCA

Alison Robinson from the Gloucestershire Association of Parish and Town Councils has just tweeted the following. More CiLCA success for a Gloucestershire clerk, congratulations to […]

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Co-Option for URPC!

There are have been 4 Co-Option vacancies available for Upper Rissington Parish Council since April! We know that there are willing residents wanting to join […]

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