At the recent Parish Council AGM, minutes are available to be downloaded, three new Parish Councillors were Co-opted to replace Mr Brown and Mrs Bartlett.
Ms Guy has lived in Stinchcombe all her life and is keen to preserve and maintain its character. She has recently completed a law degree and has had work experience in SDC’s legal and planning departments as well as with the Citizens’ Advice Bureau in Gloucester. She feels that youth is under-represented in the village and is keen to see more for young people.
Mr Hillman has lived in the village for four years,initially only at weekends but has now settled here. He feels that the Parish Council has a very important role to play and must be retained. He is also concerned about provision for young people.
Mr Carbone has lived in Stinchcombe for over five years during which time he has been impressed by the time that people are willing to give to the village and now feels he would like to contribute more. He has previously lived in other conservation areas and been involved with various planning applications and is aware of the need to be vigilant to protect and preserve what we have.
The following appointments were confirmed:-
Snow Warden – Mr Holloway (Snow plough Operator Mr Longstreth)
Flood Warden – Mr Holloway
Tree Warden – Mr Kirkham
Representative to Village Hall Committee – Mrs Shaw
Representative to Stinchcombe Hill Trust – Mrs Shaw
Representative to Stinchcombe United Charities – Mr Sant (pro tem)
Representative to Dursley United Charities – Mr Holloway
Representative to Berkeley SSG – Mr Sant pro tem
Representative to Community Safety Group – Mr Sant (pro tem)
Representative to Police neighbourhood panel – tba
Representatives to GL11 Stakeholders’ Group – Mrs Shaw
Footpath Wardens – Mr & Mrs Oakhill, Ms Marshall and Mr Snellock
Watercourse Warden – Mr Sant (pro tem) (35/15)
Just to remind everyone that the Stinchcombe Panto ” Jack and the Beanstalk” is THIS Friday at 7.30pm and Saturday 2.00pm and 7.00pm.
It is very much a “Stinchcombe Panto” this year with a much smaller cast than last year and local people acting.
There are still some seats avaiable at all three performances. So please come and support your local Panto.
Over the last dozen years or so the Stinchcombe Panto has become very much a village institution. However, for the Stinchcombe Village Players to continue after this production we desperatley need other Stinchcombe residents to come and join the group, whether it be in acting or in the many backstage roles. The group has really struggled to find people for backstage roles this year. So, If you have ever even thought of joining or helping out then this would be the perfect time to come forward and see what it is all about and maybe speak to Andy Hamilton, or Janet Bartlett this weekend.
It would be a pity if Stinchcombe lost it’s Panto…..
You can order tickets online at www.stinchcombevillageplayers.org.uk
FRIENDS OF ST CYRS CHURCH STINCHCOMBE
NINTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD on MONDAY
2ND FEBRUARY 2015 at 7.30PM in the CHURCH
Chairman’s opening remarks
- Minutes of AGM held on January 2oth 2014
- Matters arising from minutes
- Chairman’s report
- Treasurer’s report
- Election of officers and committee
- Vice Chairman
- Four committee members
- Future projects
Your vote matters so make sure you’re registered!
National Voter Registration Day takes place on Thursday 5 February 2015 as part of a nationwide week of action to encourage and inspire people to come out and register to vote.
Ahead of the UK Parliamentary General election and local elections taking place on Thursday 7 May 2015, Stroud District Council is urging its residents to get involved by registering to vote.
Since the law changed in June last year, everyone is now responsible for their own registration, rather than registering as a household.
Anyone who has changed their address or is a new voter needs to make sure that they are registered. Not being on the electoral register could also affect your credit rating.
Registering to vote is easy and can be done online by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. Those registering will need to provide their date of birth and national insurance number. Anyone without internet can contact the elections team.
You can register to vote at any time, but the deadlines for registration ahead of the election are:
- Last date for Registration – Monday 20 April
- Last date for Postal Vote Applications – Tuesday 21 April
- Last date for Proxy Vote Applications – Tuesday 28 April
The publication of candidates standing in the elections will be available from Thursday 9 April for the Parliamentary Election and Friday 10 April for local elections.
If you would like to know more about electoral registration, or request registration forms, please contact the elections team.
Phone: 01453 754 886