Summer Fun Activities @ Westwoods

This summer Gloucestershire County Council is offering 4 weeks of activities for school-age children across the Cotswolds, including at the Westwoods Centre, Northleach. See poster for details. Bookings are now open to all children. There are plenty of spaces so get booking!

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All sessions are 11am to 3pm and lunch is provided. #HAF2021 #summerofplay

More activities and locations here:

2021 Elections – Statement of Persons Nominated

The Notice below provides the Notice of Poll for the Gloucestershire County Council Elections.


The notice provides the full list of candidates standing in the Gloucestershire County Council election for a councillor for the Bourton-on-the-Water and Northleach division.



The following notice provides the full list of candidates standing for the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire police area.

The Death of the Duke of Edinburgh

Mayor of Northleach with Eastington Town Council Robert Platts has made the following statement:

“Northleach with Eastington Town Council joins the nation in mourning the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. A major national figure for more than seven decades, his legacy will live on through the many charitable endeavours that he shaped and inspired. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the Royal Family. On behalf of the residents of the parish, we send our condolences.”

In accordance with public health advice and the wishes of the Royal Family, physical condolence books will not be made available to the public at this time. Residents who would like to pay their respects are directed to the official condolence book at the website.

A national one-minute silence will take place at 3pm on Saturday 17 April 2021.

Notice of Conclusion of Audit for Year Ending 31 March 2020

Notice is hereby given under Regulation 16(1) of the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 that the auditor has concluded their audit of the statement of accounts, which has been published.

A local government elector for any area to which the accounts relate may inspect and make copies. Please see the notice below for details.


No Child Will Go Hungry in Gloucestershire

Press release from Gloucestershire County Council on 26 October 2020.

For each of the school holidays since the Covid pandemic started the council has offered holiday hunger support to all vulnerable young people. This half-term is no different.

Every child in Gloucestershire who is entitled to a free school meal, will be helped. Parents and carers simply need to call 01452 328518  or 01452 426818, give their child’s name, and they will be sent a food voucher code, that can be used at local shops and the big supermarkets, direct to their mobile.

The same support package will be in place over the Christmas holidays with the addition of any further help that it’s possible to offer struggling families during the ongoing crisis.

Since March this year, the council has also been able to support more vulnerable children, young people and their families, greater numbers of working age adults and older people through its enhanced Welfare Grant Scheme, which provides help with food deliveries, supermarket vouchers, essential household equipment, gas, electricity and essential items of furniture.

Details on how to apply can be found at

Anyone who can’t access the information online can call 01452 328518.

Leader of the Council Mark Hawthorne said: “We have been working hard for months now to make sure no child goes hungry and this support and commitment will continue today, tomorrow and over the Christmas period. A nutritious meal every day is the very least every child should have.

“Our commitment is clear, no child in Gloucestershire needs to go hungry. There is a range of schemes in place and I would urge all those that need support to take advantage of what is available. We all need help and support at some point in our lives – that’s what we’re here for.”