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
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
We have received official notice from South Gloucestershire Council that Charfield Neighbourhood Development Plan will be going to Referendum on Thursday 6th May 2021 alongside the Police & Crime Commissioner and Combine Authority Mayoral elections. If you live within the Referendum area, this will be included on your poll card. The CNDP Referendum asks one … Continue reading Charfield Neighbourhood Development Plan
If you’ve been walking around the village as part of your lockdown exercise you might have noticed the works to the burial ground wall. Already in need of a little care and attention when we opened the burial ground in 2012, as we established more of the site it moved up the priority list. We … Continue reading Improvement works at Burial Ground
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