Next Parish Council Meeting The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 7.30pm on Monday 8th May in the Link Room at the Shurdington Social Centre. The latest meeting was on Monday 10th April 2017 Click here to see the minutes.
The annual assembly of the Parish of Shurdington will take place at the Social Centre at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday 18th April 2017. Reports will be presented on various aspects of the life of the village, including a guest speaker; Becky Parish from NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group. We hope to have a Police Officer attending too. All parish residents are invited to the Assembly and can put forward their views, question the speakers, and stay for a cup of tea afterwards
Defibrillator Briefing NEW DATE There will be a briefing session on how to use the community defibrillator in the Church Hall at 7:30pm on Monday 22nd May 2017. This replaces the previously advertised date. As spaces are limited to a maximum of 20 people please contact the Parish Clerk or Cllr Clare Stewart to reserve a place.
NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE MESSAGE
CCTV from premises in Bishop Road, Shurdington shows 3 unknown males approach a house at about 1am on 16th February. One male acts as a lookout while another one tries the front door handle to the house and the third searches the boot of a car on the driveway. One of the offenders is described as aged about 16 to 18 years wearing a hooded top. There were several thefts from vehicles reported in Shurdington, and in The Lanes and Pilley areas of Leckhampton that night.
Please make sure that you leave your vehicle locked and secure at all times and remove any valuables from inside. It is a good idea to look for the tell-tale indicators flashing when you lock your car remotely or alternatively use the key to lock the vehicle. Also keep the keys well out of sight at home and keep proximity keys and fobs well out of range of the vehicle. Cheltenham Police have arrested over 20 people during January and February for theft from motor vehicles, burglary and other offences but these crimes continue to occur. Please report any suspicious vehicle or person you see as soon as possible as this information may be helpful to the police. If you have any information regarding these incidents please report the matter to the police by ringing 101 or by email to email@example.com
ADDRESSING DOG FOULING IN SHURDINGTON.
In the recent Parish Council meeting of 10th October, a decision was taken to support the Tewkesbury Borough Council Proposal to investigate how a dog warden may be available within our community. The Parish Council has agreed to set aside some money from Parish finances in order to tackle this significant problem.
Report incidents of dog fouling to the Parish Council. Click Here
Housing Needs Survey Consultation The consultation about the regeneration of the garages in Harrison Road and Lambert Avenue is continuing. Please see the June Minutes minutes for further information.
A reminder that there is a community defibrillator placed by the door of the church hall in School Lane. Please share this information with residents and community groups.