Member of Parliament
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative)
Gloucestershire County Council
South Cerney - Shaun Parsons (Conservative)
Cotswold District Council
The Ampneys and Hampton - David Fowles (Conservative)
Members of European Parliament (MEPs)
South West England - 2014 Election (8th Parliament)
William Dartmouth (UKIP)
Julia Reid (UKIP)
Ashley Fox (Conservative)
Julie Girling (Conservative)
Clare Moody (Labour)
Molly Scott Cato (Green)
Ampney Crucis Parish Council
Detailed information can be found on the Parish Councillors page.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire
On 15th November 2012, voters in Gloucestershire chose Martin Surl, the Independent candidate, to be our first Police & Crime Commissioner.
Police & Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire
No 1 Waterwells
The Coroner for Ampney Crucis is located at Cheltenham.
H M Coroner (Gloucestershire)
St George's Road
The office of Coroner is an ancient one, dating back at least to 1194. Their duties and responsibilities are now governed in the main by the Coroners Act, 1988. It is important that a Coroner, either himself or through a Deputy, should be ready to undertake his duties at all times. A Coroner is assisted by his Officers, who may be civilians or police officers. For further details of a coroner's duty see the Home Office website.
Cirencester (Library) - Birth, Death & Notice Appointments Only
Open: 9am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-5pm (by appointment only) on varying days of the week. Please ask for details at time of booking.
There is no facility for ceremonies at Cirencester library.
The Old School
47 Lewis Lane
Ampney Crucis also has a Village Agent, who bridges the gap between our community and organisations that are able to offer help or support, particularly for the over 50s.
Footpath Code - BAC
Gloucestershire Constabulary Division - Cotswold & Stroud
Electoral Rolls can be seen at the Council Office, Trinity Road, Cirencester