Storm Brian didn’t cause as much damage as predicted, but at least he has left……. Full story on the BBC News.
Link to story. Johanna Leonard was set to live the retirement dream. After 35 years the 57-year-old finance worker sold her north London home and bought in the small town of Chudleigh, Devon, with far-reaching views over Dartmoor. The five-bedroom, […]
Todays Gallery – shows Hart Close with its new Tarmac. Barrington Road Bollards removed with traffic lights. Trenches cut for utilities to the phone mast. Overall, a little more progress, each day.
Source: URPC website. The independent Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published revised proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies, including the Cotswolds. The publication marks the start of eight weeks of public consultation, during which the Commission is inviting feedback to […]
This letter was delivered to VF residents by Bovis Homes today. I am writing to you of upcoming surfacing works taking place on site in the coming weeks. These works may cause a few disruptions to the access/egress of your […]
A few pictures of Victory Fields and the Officers Mess complex, all looking impressive with the Autumn shades.
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 has very little bearing today. Click here to read the statement signed by the Acting […]
Linden and Bovis have delivered a CD via the Remarkable Group to residents with a letter explaining their future plans for the village today. The Letter. CDC Planning Variations CDC Planning Variations 1 CDC Planning Variations 2 CDC Planning Variations 3 […]
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 the meeting of the 11th October a question about £650 with respect to a proposed […]
A second and final meeting has been organised on the 3rd November 2017 at 6pm in the Village Hall. Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP will chair the meeting. He will pose questions on your behalf to the developers and CDC. Therefore it […]
This years display will take place on the 11th November. Doors open: 6pm Fireworks: 6:30 pm Bar, with BBQ and Soup until 9pm.
Story from Cotswold Journal. AN illustrated talk by a National Trust garden specialist will take place at Upper Rissington Village Hall. The event, called Military Gardens, is a talk by Richard Wheeler who has worked for the National Trust for […]
Parish Council Meeting – 11 Oct ’17 at 19:30. Parish Council Meeting Agenda – 11 October 2017 Payments List – 11 October 2017 Yet another meeting without a clerk and yet another that has a PRIVATE SESSION. Some Agenda items […]
This is a statement issued by Bovis regarding the Traffic Light Control on Barrington Road. The traffic control measures have been put in place to carry out more S278 works. The initial requirement for this has been carried out […]
Anyone attempting to navigate Wellington Road / Smith Barry, please take extra caution. EMG are struggling to connect the new road to the old road as the levels are wrong. The gravel is there because of the width restriction…. 16 […]
This morning at around 3 am our Cooperative was ram raided for the cash machine. Fortunately, no one was injured and the damage to the building is superficial. I foresee that as a result of this theft the removal of […]
The sports field has been cleared of debris left behind from the construction of houses on the old Village Hall site. Hopefully, the base will be broken up soon and the groundwork for the second Football pitch can be started. […]
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) […]
This picture was sent to us and I thought I would share it with you. How many people can get to fix a street, seems like hundreds? Good to see they are trying to fix things, but living there must […]
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.
The Rissington School Newsletter for September 2017: Newsletter 8th Sep 2017-1
Pictures have been posted elsewhere of the Phone Mast base – but just to ensure we clearly know that the final mast erection is only two days away, I thought I would post you these up – thanks to our […]
Hope the Little Hurricanes Group does not mind be publishing this – it’s for an extremely worthwhile cause as well.
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 cost close to £4000 (will check the real cost later and amend as necessary). Now, […]
Place: Village Hall, Wellington Road. When: 18:30 Next week our Parish Council presides over a very important meeting with the developers. Why, because this is protocol, it is just a shame that without the impetus of the Resident Unite Group, […]
Cllr Mark MacKenzie-Charrington announced at the Parish Council Meeting on the 13th September that the withdrawn application for 24 houses on Delfin Way will be reinstated, on the assumption the business buildings are constructed. Link here. He said he had […]