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Not long till our Community Day at Highfields Play Area on Bank Holiday Monday which is supported by Tesco Bags of Help scheme.
The Town Councillors will be on site from 10am, please come and help us carry out some much needed maintenance on the fencing and play equipment and brighten up the play area for all.
From 12pm a free BBQ supplied by Cam Family Butchers will be available to all volunteers and tea/coffees, soft drinks will be supplied by the Hummingbird Café. More »
Mr Whippy Ice Creams will be available in the afternoon. » Less
Fri, 26 May 2017 10:45 by John Kay
The Annual Assembly meeting was held last night in the Community Centre. The meeting was chaired by the Town Mayor, Cllr Neil Grecian who opened the meeting with a minutes silence for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack.
Verbal reports were given by Cllr Grecian, County Councillor Loraine Patrick and Stroud District Councillors Doina Cornell and Colin Fryer.
The guest speaker this year was Martin Render, Chairman of the Community Heartbeat Trust, a charity who has facilitated over 3500 defibrillators across the UK including our unit installed in the disused phone box in Castle Street. More »
Written and verbal reports were provided by Community and volunteer groups across the town.
The meeting was opened to the public where topics such as the new road through Littlecombe, traffic in the town and parking were raised.
The Mayor announced the recipients of this year's Leslie D Gale awards. The four winners were Martine Carter, Ronnie Harding, Mandy Woodward and a posthumous award to Cllr Brian Marsh.
The Mayor closed the meeting and light refreshments were available for all.
The full minutes of the Annual Assembly will be available soon on the Town Council website.
Wed, 24 May 2017 10:08 by John Kay
The Town Council would like to highlight to all visitors to the War Memorial Recreation Ground that the use of bonfires is not permitted and will be treated like other forms of malicious damage by being reported to the police.
On Friday evening, 19th May, a bonfire was lit very close to the pavilion on the Rec which could have had serious consequences had it got out of control.
The Chair of Green Spaces, Cllr Alex Stennett said "If anyone has any information on those responsible for this reckless behaviour or witness future occurrences, I would ask you contact the local police by telephoning 101." More »
The Town Clerk said "This month we have continued our investment in the town's Green Spaces with new picnic benches and litter bin at Highfields Play Area, it is worrying that our future plans could be impacted significantly by the actions of a few."
For more information on our planned improvements and our Community Day at Highfields Play Area on 29th May 2017, please contact the Town Clerk by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 01453 547758 » Less
Mon, 22 May 2017 15:04 by John Kay