There appears to be an abandoned RAF Rescue Wessex helicopter on the far side of the airfield beyond the go-cart track. Not sure why it has been left there but has been there since at least 12th July 2011. It […]
Please be aware that, to comply with recent legislation, homeowners with a septic tank or a package sewage treatment plant must register their systems with the Environment Agency as soon as possible, or obtain an environmental permit . The EA […]
Homeowners set to benefit from sewer changes 12:00pm Wednesday 20th July 2011 By Andrea Glennon HOMEOWNERS will benefit when Thames Water takes on maintenance responsibility for more private sewers later this year. Currently residents are responsible for waste pipes running […]
Yesterday the 7th July, I took my dog for a walk in the evening and part of the walk was along the cycle way behind Bristol Road and Hawker Square. As we approached the dog bin behind Lincoln Close (off […]
By Gemma Casey WATER users in the Cotswolds face a £65 annual increase on their bills – to pay for a multi-billion pound super sewer for London from which they will receive no benefit. Plans by Thames Water to create […]
GLOUCESTERSHIRE police are reminding dog walkers of their responsibilities this summer. The message follows a number of incidents in the county in recent months where people or other animals have been injured due to a dog owner not exercising the […]
By Gemma Casey TWO people died following a car crash near Stow-on-the-Wold yesterday. Gloucestershire Police are now appealing for information following the accident. The collision happened at approximately 4.15pm yesterday, Wednesday June 22, on the A424 around three miles out […]
Son of PC given ban A POLICEWOMAN’S son who careered around a village green doing ‘donuts’ with a friend clinging to the bonnet of his car has been banned from driving for a year. Alexander Frazer’s antics in his Ford […]
Just watched an episode on BBC (15 May 2011). The airfield location used for the Dakota (DC-3) was our very own RAF Little Rissington. You could see the Devonair hangars and the Fire Service Hanger to the South, plus a […]
Really pleased to see that the grass has ben cut at least twice in the village. The council have also cut the verges today and the blind spot near the junction that leads down to Bourton-on-the-Water. However, really disappointed to […]
On our walk back from the Karting on the airfield today, we noticed this remote Met Station. Full information here This Weather Widget is provided by the Met Office Pictures of the Station.
It appears that thieves have been at the Officers Mess again on Monday 🙁 They were taking lead off the roof and were also stripping out wire for the copper. Reland have called the police and are checking the security […]
Volunteers required. Meet Where: 09:30 on Saturday 9th April at the Vilage Hall. Purpose: To collect litter. Equipment: All provided.
This information was found by “David” and I thought it would be great for others to see the original tree application as David thought I would. The application uses a map that predates the development of the domestic site specifically […]
All information has been supplied by Nicholas Mason. Parish Council – Upper Rissington. See Contacts. Please note that there will be an Open Meeting with the developers next Monday, 14 March, to discuss the development. You may already be aware […]
I just checked my (daytime!) internet speeds and they have dramatically improved since a few months ago to 2 Mb. Someone has improved the connection somewhere. Must check in the evening too.
Would like to thank the couple who piled the rotting leaves for collection and cut the shrubbery on Harris Gardens (you can now see the road sign). Some of the vegetation covered the road by up to 4-5 feet. Plus […]
This Saturday (5th), library users from across the county have organised events in their local libraries. The day will be fun and celebratory but makes a serious point about the role libraries play in our communities. Events include read-ins and […]
Have a look at www.police.uk for crime statistics at Upper Rissington. Reassuring that crime is low with only 5 cases.
Today after attending the Council Meeting last night, I decided to take some pictures of the Village Hall. It is a fantastic resource for all the clubs that use it and I’m sure they are pleased of such a place […]
Really disappointed to see a pile of paving slab blocks and other debris accumulating on the grassed / tree area around Grebe Square. Contacted Council to arrange removal – unsure if they will (looks as though it might be a […]
Another year older and it’s 2011 the year Reland start work on the project at Upper Rissington. First is the upgraded infrastructure for the whole site, I quote from Reland late last year: Present plans means that work could start […]
Snow – lots of it at Upper Rissington. The adopted roads were cleared very quickly by this tractor. Meanwhile, a snow blower cleared the industrial park that Reland administer.This same blower is then supposed to clear the unadopted residential roads, […]
This Sunday parishes across the Cotswolds will hold Remembrance Services as people unite in paying tribute to the heroism of men and women in wartime. Those attending the Windrush Church service will also witness the dedication of a memorial bench […]
Firefighters put out a blazing car which burst into flames in Wellington Road, Upper Rissington at 10pm on Friday. A firecrew from Stow-on-the Wold dealt with the incident. There are no reports of injuries. Source: Gloucester Gazette.
There is a meeting in the Village Hall at 0730pm on Monday 23 August by the developers (Gladedale). They will be outlining the planned infrastructure work to be undrtaken before any construction begins. Present plans means that work could start […]