Painswick Parish Council

Serving the people of Painswick, Edge, Sheepscombe and Slad.

Town Hall

Clerk: Mr Roy Balgobin
The Town Hall, Victoria
Square, Painswick, Stroud
Gloucestershire GL6 6QA

Tel: 01452 812722

  • Find local businesses and community groups - click here.

  • St Mary's Church

    St Mary's Church

    For more information contact the Beacon Benefice Office here.

  • Tourist Information Centre

    Tourist Information Centre

    The Tourist Information Centre is open from April to end of October and located in the Grave Diggers Hut, in St Mary's Churchyard. (click here )

  • Road Safety Hub

    Road Safety Hub

    The Road Safety Community Engagement Hub is the new one-stop-shop for communities who have a road safety concern in their locality. CLICK HERE

Painswick Parish Council provides your local services. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Edge Summer Fete

Edge Summer Fete

Edge Summer Fete - Saturday 29th June 2019.

2pm - 4.30pm.

Crafts, Plants, Tombola, Cakes, Hampers, Toys and Bric-a-Brac.

Posted: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 11:45 by Roy Balgobin

Colours over Sheepscombe

Colours over Sheepscombe

A retrospective exhibition to celebrate the textile art of Rosemary Swinson.

Sheepscombe Village Hall.

29th & 30th June 2019 10.30 am - 4.30pm

Refreshments including cream teas.

For more information contact david.swinson@btinternet.com More »

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Posted: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 11:41 by Roy Balgobin

Painswick Community Archives

Painswick Community Archives

Painswick Community Archives was launched on Wednesday 15th May, in a small ceremony at the Town Hall. The archives are based on the old files of the Parish Council, going back for many years, but now open to the public and with a searchable index. Other archives have been added, both physical and electronic, including a digital photo archive with over 1000 old photos of Painswick, and a searchable database of old issues of the Painswick Beacon - not yet complete but being gradually extended. More »

The archives have been organised by a team of volunteers, and it's hoped that they can be gradually extended to other subjects and by the addition of new material. They are currently accessible during opening hours of the Council offices, but there are proposals to add access through the Library shortly. More details in the June issue of the Painswick Beacon. » Less

Posted: Wed, 22 May 2019 10:25 by Roy Balgobin