Due to the increased Covid measures now in force, cllrs, council employees and members of the public at public meetings shall observe: wearing masks. social distancing of 2 meters.
The Parish council has been made aware of two Gloucestershire County council schemes which we believe will be of interest to local people. The first is the ‘build back better Councillor’ scheme, whereby community focused projects can receive funding. The application link is here: https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/build-back-better-councillor-scheme/ The other is a scheme to provide free trees for… Read more Community grants now available.
The Parish council intends to hold its Annual Assembly at the above time in the Blaisdon Village Hall. Questions from Parishioners in attendance are welcome, however COVID precautions must still be observed. The Aganda for this meeting can be found in our minutes and agendas page.
Blaisdon Parish’s accounts for the financial year of 2020-21 are now online under the ‘finance, governance and audit’ page. The formal notice of public rights is here: Notice of Public Rights 20-21
Public Rights of Way and the significance of 2026 There is an upcoming change in legislation which means that certain unrecorded rights of way in your area may shortly be lost. You may be aware of historic tracks and ways within your parish which are perhaps no longer used on a daily basis but are… Read more Public Rights of Way deadline: 2026
The national government is planning to implement sequential changes to the various lockdown rules from March 8th onward. Please read and observe the new restrictions detailed in the attachment here: Four Steps
Census 2021 awareness articles
There will be a virtual meeting on 18th November at 7.30. Agenda 2020 11 18
20 March 2020 Community help hub launched to support residents Gloucestershire’s councils and partners have created a community help hub to connect local people who need help, with others who can provide the support they need. As further measures are put in place to delay the spread of Covid-19, local people have already started to… Read more GCC Media Release