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

Tags: People

Race to the Tower

Race to the Tower

Race to the Tower Event - coming through Painswick on the the weekend of the 10th - 11th June.

For more information visit their www.racetothetower.com

Posted: Fri, 26 May 2017 09:00 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: Events, People, Tourist Information Centre

Painswick Golf Course

Painswick Golf Course

The Parish Council agreed to object to the proposals to divert the Bridle Way, on the Painswick Beacon (Golf Course). Please find attached their response.

Posted: Fri, 07 Apr 2017 09:46 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: People, consultation, reports

Play Painswick Project

Play Painswick Project

Play Painswick Project: The next phase of fundraising has started to ensure a wide range of equipment is provided for all age groups. The recent installed basket swing is proving popular. For more information please contact The Clerk.

Posted: Wed, 01 Mar 2017 09:09 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: People, Recreation Ground

Croft School Council

Croft School Council

The Croft School Council met with the Parish Council and raised some interesting questions. The children were passionate about their village and upset at issues like litter on the Beacon and cars speeding through Painswick.

Posted: Wed, 01 Feb 2017 09:08 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: Events, People

Community Safety Group

Community Safety Group

Meet the Community Safety Group in the Town Hall on the following Wednesday mornings:- 1st Feb, 1st & 29th Mar, 26th Apr, 24th May, 21st Jun, 19th Jul, 16th Aug, 13th Sep, 11th Oct, 8th Nov and 6th Dec.

Paul Barrett - Community Fire Safety Advisor, Gill Gannon - Village Agent, Debbie Collicott - Police Community Support Officer and Carol Novoth - Neighbourhood Warden.

Posted: Wed, 25 Jan 2017 12:29 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: Events, People

Precept

Precept

The Parish Council have set the precept at £97,440; which is an increase of 5%, for the Financial Year commencing 1st April 2017.

The increase was deemed necessary to cover the costs of improving some of the council's infrastructure and the apprentice scheme.

Posted: Fri, 06 Jan 2017 10:52 by Roy Balgobin

Tags: Finance, People