There have again been reports locally of people experiencing unpleasant odours. The suspicion is that the culprit is either the Wingmoor Farm land fill site or the Brockhampton sewage treatment works. It is important that these problems are reported to the Environment Agency by calling 0800 807060. The EA can collate the information and investigate the cause.
Due to the corona virus pandemic this meeting will be held by audio/video link as permitted under The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020. Anyone wishing to join the meeting must contact the Clerk in advance to obtain the required information.
The government is asking everyone not to drive unless absolutely necessary. People can no longer use the car parks at the park. Pedestrians (and their dogs) are welcome to exercise.
Under the latest government rules the vast majority of us should now be staying at home unless we are food shopping or doing necessary work. Gloucestershire County Council and Cheltenham Borough Council are now working together with Parish Councils and others to support vulnerable residents. A Community Hub has been established.
With regret we have reached the decision to suspend the paper copies of our Village News for the time being. We feel that collection and distribution represents an unacceptable risk to both households and distributors in the present situation. We know that many folk enjoy the Village News and it would have been nice to continue the service, particularly for those who aren't into the Internet. We would like to say thank you to Karen and Hugh and also to Stuart who has assisted with the editing.