The laying of Fibre optic cables down Stinchcombe Lane is almost complete
News and Information from Stinchcombe Parish Council for Stinchcombe residents
The Parish Council will not now be holding the advertised Parish Assembly on May 13th or the AGM on May 27th
Things we can all do to help our waste crews keep up with demand……
It’s been repaired and repainted, but looks rather forlorn having lost its purpose in life.
This is a good time for scammers to prowl while people are alone and vulnerable at home…..
This is the time of year when a band of hardy stalwarts set off in high-vis jackets clutching black bags and litter-pickers to tidy up the verges of Stinchcombe. However, it’s been too wet to do anything up to now and by the time things start to dry out, the new growth, particularly of nettles, will be well under way making the job too difficult, so this year’s litter-pick has been cancelled.
However, that doesn’t mean that the verges have to be a complete mess. there are already several people in the village who help to keep it tidy by clearing litter near their homes or while walking their dogs and it would be great if more people could help in this way. Please could you help keep Stinchcome tidy by picking up any litter you see near your home or while you’re out and about – and who knows? Maybe we won’t need to have an organised litter-pick!
The bad news is that there’s going to be a road closure from the top of Church Lane (i.e, Piers court) to Churchfield House on Echo Lane, sometime between 23rd March and 17th April.
The good news is that this is to allow for the installation of superfast broadband so hopefully it will be worth the inconvenience.
These are all the details that have been provided at the moment:-