Northleach Town Council Newsletter – June 2012


A community photograph to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee will take place on the afternoon of the Charter Fair on Saturday 30th June in the Market Place at 2pm. Local photographers, Dean from Fat Beagle Photography and Heather from Chadwick Photography will organise the group photo. Everyone is welcome. Why not dress in red, white and blue or make a statement in a 1950’s outfit? Details on how to order photographs, including those of the Jubilee Northleach in Bloom floral displays will follow.

Following Cllr Patrick Sanders move to Cheltenham, the Town Council are looking for a new Town Councillor. If you are interested in applying or would like to know more about this rewarding and interesting role please contact us. The closing date for applications is Monday 16th July. Tel: 01451 861499

Information about the Town Council including meetings and contact details are available on our notice board in the Market Place. Further information about Northleach Town Council can be found here…

We are asked lots of questions about our community. This month we have had many enquiries about grass and hedge cutting. In Northleach we have a main grass cutting contractor and in addition Highways, Cotswold District Council, Bromford Housing, local businesses and residents are responsible for other areas. The result is that the spaces are not all cut on the same day or by the same people. If you have any queries about grass or hedge cutting, please contact us for clarification.

2 thoughts on “Northleach Town Council Newsletter – June 2012

  1. Love the fact that Northleach didn't celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee as a community yet you wish to stage a false Jubilee community photo using all of the local families as a wholesome image.
    Congratulations for keeping up the community spirit parish council!!!

  2. We’re really sorry that you are disappointed in the timing of this photograph. It was initially planned for the Jubilee weekend but moved to Charter Fair day so that as many people as possible could attend. Many families took advantage of the long weekend to go away or celebrate themselves so we felt that the photo on that weekend would not involve as many people. The Town Council helped

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