Bibury Parish Council

Serving the people of Bibury

Clerk: Mrs Irena Litton
34 Dozule Close, Leonard
Stanley, Gloucester GL10 3NL

Tel: 01453 822287

Latest News

Parish Council Elections

Parish Council Elections

Parish Council Elections: - With the help of Jackie Weaver, Parish Councils have made headline news.

So if you are aged 18 or over, have lived or worked in Bibury for over a year, have a sense of humour, want to make a difference to your community then please consider putting your name forward in the forthcoming elections. There are vacancies for three Parish Councillors to join an already enthusiastic,... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 13 Feb 2021 14:08 by Irena Litton

Tags: Election, People

Parking Traffic Regulation Order (TRO)

The Parish Council has been working with various agencies including Gloucestershire Highways to try to resolve the parking issues raised during the Public Meeting held in October 2019.

The Council met with the Cotswold Tourist Board, had conversations with the Police, Traffic Enforcement, Cotswold District Council and Gloucestershire County Council.

The Parish Council would like to thank Gloucestershire... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 09:10 by Irena Litton

Tags: People, Transport, consultation

Temporary Road Closure - Coln Road

Repairs to a collapsed/broken pipe in Coln Road are to be carried out W/C 18th January 2021 and may result in the road being closed.

Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 11:42 by Irena Litton

Tags: Transport

Avian influenza - Bird Flu

Avian influenza - Bird Flu
  • Bird Flu –is a notifiable animal disease. (information taken from www.gov.uk) - If you suspect any type of bird flu in poultry or captive birds you must report it immediately by calling the Defra Rural Services Helpline on 03000 200 301. If you find dead wild waterfowl (swans, geese or ducks) or other dead wild birds, such as gulls or birds of prey, you should report them to the Defra helpline... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 07 Dec 2020 11:21 by Irena Litton

Tags: Land & Property, People

Festive Fridays

Festive Fridays

Carol's & Lights

While you wait outside Bibury Football Club for your Fish n' Chips or Pizza get into the spirit of Christmas!

FESTIVE FRIDAYS 11TH & 18TH

DECEMBER

FROM 5.30-7.30PM

Organised by Arlington Baptist Church.

Posted: Mon, 07 Dec 2020 10:17 by Irena Litton

Tags: EVENTS, People

Ash Tree Die Back

Ash Tree Die Back

Please see the document below - with information on what Ash Tree Die Back is, what to look out for, landowners' responsibilities and suitable replacement trees.

Authors Cllrs Victoria Summerley and Neil Clegg.

Posted: Fri, 13 Nov 2020 12:25 by Irena Litton

Tags: Land & Property

Lockdown wef 5th November 2020

Lockdown wef 5th November 2020

Please see the attachment below for details on the Community Support Group.

Posted: Thu, 05 Nov 2020 13:51 by Irena Litton

Tags: People

Gloucestershire County Council Covid 6 point plan

Gloucestershire County Council Covid 6 point plan

Gloucestershire: Covid-19 prevention action Let's do it for each other - let's slow the spread of covid

Posted: Wed, 21 Oct 2020 16:04 by Irena Litton

Tags: Consultation, People, Services

Proposals for a Traffic Regulation Order (Parking)

Proposals for a Traffic Regulation Order (Parking)

Following last year's Public Meeting the Parish Council has been working with Gloucestershire Highways to put into place a Traffic Regulation Order for parking within the village.

The Parish Council thanks everyone who has engaged with the Council and whilst the Council appreciates that some may prefer their own ideas to be implemented - these proposals have been subject to what is realistically achievable.... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 14:21 by Irena Litton

Tags: Consultation, Land & Property, People, transport

Ash Tree Die back - letter from the National Trust

Ash Tree Die back - letter from the National Trust

Ash dieback is caused by a fungus called Hymenoscyphus fraxineus. Sadly, it is now present in all the woodlands we manage in Gloucestershire. As ash trees succumb to the disease, they can drop limbs and branches, collapse or fall. Once a tree is infected the disease is usually fatal.

The prevalence of diseased ash coupled with the extremely dry spring we've just experienced has resulted in the rapid... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 13:09 by Irena Litton

Tags: People, land

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