5 miles from
has over 20 listed buildings including three at Grade II* -
ion of the village is in the River Severn floodplain and the landscape can change dramatically in the highest floods with hedges disappearing and residents taking to dinghies to visit Chaceley's riverside pub!
Around 120 people currently live in the village which has its roots in livestock and mixed farming but which also supports a number of small "home based" businesses.
The village hall is the focus for a range of events including a traditional summer pig roast, evening talks in the winter, youth club meetings and a walking group. The church is part of a ministry that includes 7 parishes. Regular services are held and visitors are welcome to attend.
MPMark Harper 01594 542800
Phil Awford 01452 840126
Mrs Mary-Ann Preece
Royal British Legion
Mr J J Russell
Mrs A Wellon
Mr B Swan
Gloucestershire County Council
|18 October||Illustrated talk, The River Severn from the Air. 7.30pm, Village Hall. Entrance £3.00 including refreshments|
|8 November||Illustrated talk "Eel in Crisis", 7.30pm, Village Hall. Entrance £3.00 including refresments|
|20 November||Village Hall AGM, 7.30pm|
|27 November||Parish Council, 7.30pm, Village Hall
|2 December||Christmas Tree lights switch on and party, 6.30pm Village Hall|
|29 January||Parish Council meeting, 7.30pm, Village Hall|
|26 March||Parish Council meeting, 7.30pm, Village Hall|
|21 May||Parish Council Meeting, 7.30pm, Village Hall|