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On Saturday 9th November between 12.00 and 14.00 in the Church, the Parish Council will be holding a drop-in session for village residents aged between 14 and 25. We will chat about the role of the Parish Council, the possibility of creating a Neighbourhood Development Plan, the village website and the Robert Pleydell Educational Charity.
It will be an information and listening session, asking if and how younger residents want to become involved in village initiatives that effect the future of Ampney Crucis.
Notice of the UK Parliamentary Election for the election of a Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds Constituency can be found here.
Each year, the Parish Council asks for volunteers to help tidy up the Village Burial Ground. Anyone can help – anything from light pruning, weeding or picking up, to tree lopping – whatever takes your fancy.
Please help with this year's clean-up if you can, it is being held on Sunday 24th November, starting at 9.30am.
Please bring your own gloves, secateurs, loppers or other tools.
Highlights from the recent survey can be viewed here.
Training has been postponed until early 2020.
The Lych Gate (actually the Victorian village mortuary) needs repair and restoration works to the exterior walls and woodwork.
The Parish Council has prepared a scope of the required works and invites contact from local builders interested in tendering for the works.
If you know any builders who may be interested, please ask them to contact the Parish Clerk (email@example.com) for a copy of the Works Specification.