All the latest news and Parish Council information and useful information about events, businesses and travel for Weston-sub-Edge, a beautiful little Gloucestershire Cotswold village close to Chipping Campden and Broadway in the Cotswolds.
COVID vaccines: If you are someone, or know someone, who is NOT registered with their local GP please arrange for yourself and/or other person to visit the nearest surgery as soon as possible so that you can be added to the COVID vaccine patient list. This is so important. As you are probably aware Gloucestershire has been rolling out the vaccine programme very effectively and the North Cotswolds Primary Care Network have a great team working hard to get people vaccinated quickly and they don’t want to miss anyone out.
WESTON-SUB-EDGE CORONAVIRUS SUPPORT GROUP
A support group has been set up to help people in the village as restrictions on personal movement etc take effect. Although the coronavirus can affect anyone, the focus is particularly on elderly and vulnerable parishioners who are living alone or unsupported.
Weston-sub-Edge is currently in Tier 5
The Weston-sub-Edge village bar is a comfortable and relaxing venue where you can talk with friends and meet the locals and all at Village Bar prices. Check out the bar opening times and menu. Regretfully we are closing our doors once more as Gloucestershire has moved to tier 5. We hope you all stay safe & well, we are starting our takeaways from 3rd January with Sunday roasts!
The Village Hall and surrounding area was given, in trust, to the villagers by Katherine McCulloch in 1931. The trustees over the years have extended and modernised the building and many groups in the village use it regularly. You can hire the Village Hall for your own functions. A Grade 2 Listed building incorporating the latest technology and facilities – the ideal venue for business or pleasure located at the foot of the north Cotswold escarpment
Weston-sub-Edge history goes back many years and the village was recorded in the Domesday book. The Romans occupied Weston from the 2nd Century AD. There are 3 listed Romano-British sites in the village, including one just below the Lynches Wood. The church was built by Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester. Squires of the village for some 400 years, the Giffards lived in the castle near the church, of which only the moated site now remains.