All the latest news, history 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.
You can now book the Weston-sub-Edge Village Hall, Motorhome and Camping pitches, Village Bar, Bowling green Clubhouse and other facilities directly on line using our bookings calendar. Click on the picture or click here to go to the bookings page.
The Parish Council represents you and passes your views on to the higher administrative tiers of government. We work to improve or sustain local character and quality of life and provide services such as providing and maintaining common and open spaces, burial grounds, village hall, war memorials, litter bins, footpaths, street lighting, bus shelters and much more. The Weston-sub-Edge Parish Council Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2020/21 is now available. The Parish Council minutes are here.
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. Online booking of the Weston-sub-Edge Village Hall is now available.
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. You can also hire the village bar via our online bookings page.
Weston-sub-Edge history goes back many years and the village was recorded in the Domesday book. Read up on the history in the Doris Court book and check out our pages on the history of the Village School, the Village Hall and the Village in WW1
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.