Notice board


Tuesday 19 February 2019

Film starts:  7.30pm

Doors open 7.00 pm

Tickets: £3:50 per person

The Children Act – (2017)

As her marriage to Jack flounders, eminent High Court judge Fiona Maye, (Emma Thompson), has a life-changing decision to make at work – should she force a teenage boy, Adam, who is legally still a child, to have the blood transfusion he is refusing on religious grounds, that will save his life?  Her unorthodox visit to his hospital bedside has a profound impact on them both, stirring strong new emotions in the boy and long-buried feelings in her.

Rated: M-R for some sexual references

Film nights are held on the third Tuesday in the month, from September through April.

Doors open at 7:00pm, showing starts at 7.30pm, entry £3:50.

Homemade Cakes, Tea/Coffee, Ice Cream always available



Would you like to be a Parish Councillor? If so please check out the details posted in the ‘Parish Councillors’ section of this website.

We would love to hear from you, so please feel free to contact any of the current Councillors or the Parish Clerk if you would like to have a chat about the role.

We hope to hear from interested residents as soon as possible so that the Council can return to its full capacity of 7 Councillors.



CDC Press Release date: 28 November 2018

Across the District communities are always looking to improve their resilience in the event of an emergency, and a booklet has been produced by the Gloucestershire Local Resilience Forum to make the task easier.

The ‘Are You Ready?’ booklet provides clear practical advice to help people prepare for and respond to an emergency. Advice includes: devising a family emergency plan; looking out for neighbours; establishing ‘emergency friends; community alarm systems; and coping with severe weather, security incidents and loss of power.

You can download a copy of the booklet on the CDC website now or click on the link below

The ‘Are you Ready? Booklet’ 



Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) have produced a new fire safety film. It is an insight into what you could be faced with in the event of a fire occurring in your home.

Below is the link to access the film on YouTube.

This is a free resource which can be used by anyone.


Accessing the Cotswold District Local Plan 2011-31

Following the adoption of the Cotswold District Local Plan (2011-31) on 3 August 2018 the District Council has published an online interactive version of the Local Plan on its website.

The interactive Local Plan can be accessed via the District Council’s Local Plan webpage using the following link:

Cotswold District Council Interactive Local Plan 2011 – 2031

The interactive Local Plan contains the same policies and supporting text that were adopted by the District Council. These are presented in online format and are supplemented with illustrations and an interactive policies map.

Users of the policies map can zoom into their area to see any land that is allocated for development; is protected for a particular use; or is covered by another policy designation. The policy layers can be switched on and off and different base maps can be applied, including aerial photography and Ordnance Survey.

It is also hoped that this new interactive tool will assist public involvement and policy presentation.

Members of the public can buy a hard copy of the Local Plan for £15 (not including postage and packing). Alternatively, they can download the PDF version of the Local Plan or view the interactive Local Plan for free.

Anyone wishing to purchase the Local Plan can do so by contacting the District Council’s Customer Services team on 01285 623551 or by visiting Cotswold District Council at:

  • Council Offices, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX; or
  • Moreton Area Centre, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 0AZ.


Planning Applications

Residents can access the Planning Application Register at Cotswold District Council to receive updates on all planning applications submitted in our parish. You can register online via the CDC website here