Charfield Parish Council
Charfield is a parish and village of around a thousand homes. Nestled between the River Severn and the Cotswold Escarpment, it lies 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
It is with the greatest respect and sadness that we, Charfield Parish Council, note the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth the Second. Her Majesty faithfully served our nation for over seventy years, and our deepest condolences go to The Royal Family at this very sad time.
“Breedon Quarry, near Churchend Following the recent archaeological visit, stripping the top-soils from the quarry extension area is due to begin week commencing September 12th. Initially this will involve a bulldozer coming to site to commence work on Wednesday, September 14th. The aim is to strip the soils and create the bunds surrounding the site … Continue reading Wickwar Quarry Update
We are very grateful to a Churchend parishioner who kindly rebuilt the old well which is on the site of our burial ground. He carefully replicated the shingle roof of the new oak structure, and even replaced the handle with a new one (which of course doens’t lift water from the capped well). The well … Continue reading Burial Ground Update
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