Charfield Parish Council.
Charfield is a parish and village of around a thousand homes, nestled between the River Severn and the Cotswold Escarpment, in South Gloucestershire on its border with Gloucestershire, in the west of England. Close enough to the M5 motorway for convenience, and set sufficiently into open countryside to retain a quiet, more gentle, life.
Latest News from Charfield Parish Council
The Parish Council is delighted to have heard from the Counting Officer that the Charfield Neighbourhood Plan was passed at Referendum, with a 92.5% YES vote. The turnout was 39.5%. While we haven’t had official notification yet from South Gloucestershire we have had enquiries from parishioners online, on telephone and in social media. We will … Continue reading Neighbourhood Plan Passes Referendum
The Referendum for the Charfield Neighbourhood Development Plan will take place on Thursday 6th May 2021 along with voting for the West of England Combined Authority Mayor and the Police and Crime Commissioner. Those residents who have opted for postal votes should receive 2 separate voting packs – one for the WECA Mayor and PCC … Continue reading Postal Voting Packs – Thursday 6th May 2021 – Charfield Neighbourhood Development Plan
To acknowledge the official eight-day period of mourning for the late HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, all Local Authority meetings have been postponed until after 17th April 2021. Therefore, please be aware the planned Ordinary Meeting of Charfield Parish Council due to take place on Tuesday 13th April 2021 has been cancelled. The … Continue reading Cancellation of Ordinary Parish Council Meeting
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