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It is with great sadness that we have today learnt of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, who supported his country over many decades with the upmost dedication and distinction. He was a much-loved member of our monarchy and will be sorely missed. More »
On behalf of the people of the Parish of Painswick, I wish to convey our deepest sympathy and thoughts to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the Royal Family at this terribly sad time.
Cllr Martin Slinger Chairman of Painswick Parish Council
Please see attached link for the Royal Book of Condolence -
Posted: Fri, 09 Apr 2021 13:04 by Roy Balgobin
Sadly there is no Easter Egg Hunt this year - however, the fun continues with an Egg Decorating Competition. Open to everyone! Pick up a wooden egg from the Pharmacy or order online. Decorate at home over the Easter Holidays and send your photo in by the 16th April 2021 to win a prize. £3 per egg for more information visit www.painswickplaygroup.co.uk
Posted: Wed, 31 Mar 2021 09:24 by Roy Balgobin
Interested in becoming a Parish Councillor?
It is election year for Painswick Parish Council with elections scheduled for Thursday 6th May 2021
Painswick Parish Council is a Warded Council with 7 Councillors from the Painswick Ward 1 from the Edge Ward and two each from the Sheepscombe and Slad Ward More »
To become a Parish Councillor you must meet the following criteria:
To stand for election on a parish council, you must:
- be a UK or commonwealth citizen, or;
- be a citizen of the Republic of Ireland, or;
- be a least 18 years old.
To be eligible to stand for an election, you must:
- be an elector of the parish, or;
- for the whole of the previous 12 months have occupied (as owner or tenant) land or other premises in the parish, or;
- during the previous 12 months have worked in the parish (as your principal or only place of work), or;
- for the whole of the previous 12 months lived in the parish or within three miles of the parish boundary.
Painswick Parish Council is a "Gold Accredited" under the Local Council Awards Scheme and prides itself on helping our local communities.
It is often parish councils that is turned to for support. By becoming a Parish Councillor you become someone your community will look to for help, guidance and support.
Parish councils make all kinds of decisions on issues that affect the local community. Probably the most common topics that parish councils get involved with are planning matters (they are statutory consultees), crime prevention, managing open spaces and campaigning for and delivering better services and facilities.
Once elected, Parish Councillors term of office is for a maximum of four years. If they then want to stay in the post they can stand for re-election.
The Clerk and Deputy Clerk will be running an information evening on Wednesday 24th March 2021 at 6 pm via Zoom for anyone wishing to gain a greater insight on to the role of a Parish Councillor.
If you wish to attend please advise the Clerk, Roy Balgobin by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01452 812722, if you are unable to attend the meeting please feel free to ring the Clerk for an informal chat about the role. » Less
Posted: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 14:23 by Roy Balgobin