Ampney Crucis Latest News
The early spring burial ground clear-up scheduled for Sunday 23rd February has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions. The new date is Sunday 1st March starting at 09.30am, however, it would be advisable to check back on this page in case of further developments.
A stretch of the A417 London Road, Norcote to Ampney Crucis will be closed for approximately 9 nights between the hours of 19.00 to 07.00.
The planned start and end dates are Tuesday 18th February until Friday 28th February.
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This year’s village clear up will take place on Sunday 29th March, commencing at 9.30am at the Village Hall. Litter pickers and sacks will be available as will limited numbers of hi-vis waistcoats and gloves. Please come and help if you can!
The organisers of this year's Christmas Bazaar would very much like to thank everyone who helped to raise £1,251.32 after costs.
This will be split between our village church and the village school.
Full details can be found here.
Ampney Crucis has two village defibrillators, one located outside the Village Hall, and the other on an external wall of the Village School.
The machines are very easy to use and provide automated instructions as soon as they are opened. The South West Ambulance Service Trust (SWAST) also provide a free annual training session on the CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) techniques, including use of the defibrillator and how to place a patient into the recovery position.
The training is designed to provide basic first aid until arrival of the emergency services, in the event that you are with a person who suffers a heart attack.
Taking part in the training will not result in you being listed as an emergency 'go to' person but it does provide valuable skills and advice in the event that you happen to be with a person who suffers a heart attack and are waiting for the emergency services to arrive.
We have arranged a training session for Thursday 9th April, starting at 7.00pm in the Village Hall.
Participation is free and is open to all residents of Ampney Crucis, Ampney St Peter and Ampney St Mary, as well as to any visitors or friends who wish to take part.
If you are interested in taking part, please register or reconfirm your interest with the Jayne Webster at email@example.com.
Highlights from the recent survey can be viewed here.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy of the Works Specification.