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The Town Council have completed the lease to take over responsibility for Highfields Play Area from Stroud District Council for the next 25 years (until 2041).

We have started the process of looking at the work required to bring the area up to an acceptable standard. We will be concentrating first on those issues we consider to be a priority e.g. work related to safety.

Community Day: 29th May 2017

Tesco Bag For Help Funding

Mayor Neil Grecian; John Kay, Town Clerk, Shani Walker, People Manager at Tesco in Cam and Antony Gruliano, Community Champion of Cam, Tesco at the Bags of Help token collection point at the store in Cam

We have been selected for grant funding by TESCO and the vote is now on for the Community Day in Highfields Play Area with a date to be confirmed soon.. Please vote for us when you visit your local Tesco stores in Cam, Stroud and the local area.


The Green Spaces Committee have confirmed two areas for improvement early in 2017.

The first major improvement at Highfields has now been completed with the refurbished BMX track being recently completed and reopened for use.

The improvement works included re-grading the areas of "dirt" track and surfacing the corners and bends of the track, which will result in a longer wearing track which will reduce the level of future maintenance required by the Town Council. These improvements will significantly improve the quality of the ride for our BMX enthusiasts.

Our next area for improvement is the replacement of the rather tired and worn football goal posts and surfaces. The existing posts are going to be removed over soon with reseeding and turfing works to commence shortly afterwards. We are going to allow the newly repaired areas of the pitch time to recover with new combined football/rugby post being erected in the summer.

The finished BMX track at Highfields Play Area.