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Election of a Councillor for Campden & Vale District Ward

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Weston subedge christmas fair

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All events open to villagers and non-villagers. The Village Hall is on the Evesham Road GL55 6QJ Opposite Hartwells.

Christmas Fair in aid of Church Funds Sunday 18th December 11 to 2:30pm at the Village Hall.               

 Contact Jacqui Jelley via Facebook Messenger to donate prizes or for a stall. 

Gifts: Bath Bombs: Bookmarks: Gnomes: Christmas Decorations for the tree and table: Hair accessories: Children’s jewellery: Tombola: Raffle: Cakes & Christmas Fare; Refreshments and much more!

Family Christmas Eve Carol Service Saturday 24th December 6:00pm at The Village Hall                  

Come and see the Christmas Tree. Mince Pies and Mulled Wine. Bring your angelic voices!

Film “Return of the Railway Children” Thursday 26th January 7:30pm – for all the family.    

At the Village Hall. Tickets £5 per person on the door. Why not make a night of it and book your evening meal beforehand at the Village Bar from 5:00pm?

Chase Away the Winter Blues at the Family Quiz! At the Village Hall.*FOOD* RAFFLE* PRIZES* 

Friday 27th January 2023 7:00pm for 7:30pm Teams of up to 8  Don’t worry if you don’t have a team just come along and we’ll find you some clever people! 

Tickets £TBA adults or £7.50 for children – available from the WSE Village Facebook Page nearer the time.

Contacts
Keep FitDanny Jordanjordansfarm@btinternet.com07733221134
U3AShirley Sagarshirssagar@aol.com01386 849168
PilatesSarah Brookessarah@sb-personaltrainer.com07967040916
AuctionMick Beasleyy.beasley@btinternet.com07548258686
Seniors Coffee MorningSue Prestagesue.prestage@gmail.com07710 998361
ZumbaLesley Johnsonlesleyjohnson582@gmail.com07950602609
Carol Service & Xmas FairJacqueline Jelleyjacquelinejelley@gmail.com07415 718681
WHAT’S ON IN WESTON SUB EDGE TO END JANUARY
keep FitMonday19 December4pm to 5pm
PilatesWednesday21 December12:30pm to 13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday21 December6:30pm to 7:30pm
Carols at the Village HallSaturday24 December6:00pm to 7:30pm
PilatesWednesday28 December12:30pm -13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday28 December6:30pm to 7:30pm
Keep FitMonday02 January4pm to 5pm
PilatesWednesday04 January12:30pm -13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday04 January6:30pm to 7:30pm
Seniors Coffee MorningMonday09 January10am to 12 midday
Keep FitMonday09 January4pm to 5pm
PilatesWednesday11 January12:30pm -13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday11 January6:30pm to 7:30pm
Keep FitMonday16 January4pm to 5pm
PilatesWednesday18 January12:30pm -13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday18 January6:30pm to 7:30pm
Auction Drop OffThursday19 January11:00-17:00
Auction ViewingFriday20 JanuaryFrom 12 midday
Auction SaleFriday20 JanuaryFrom 6:00pm
Keep FitMonday23 January4pm to 5pm
Parish Council MeetingTuesday24 January7pm
PilatesWednesday25 January12:30pm -13:15pm
ZumbaWednesday25 January6:30pm to 7:30pm
Cinema Railway ChildrenThursday26 January7:30pm
Quiz – Chase away Winter.Friday27 January7:00pm
Keep FitMonday30 January4pm to 5pm

A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Village Hall Council!

Neighbourhood Watch Members Guide

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Parish Council Meeting 22 November 2022

WESTON-sub-EDGE PARISH COUNCIL

To the members of the Parish Council  15/10/2022

Dear Councillor

You are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of Weston-sub-Edge parish council to be held at the Village Hall Tuesday 22 November 2022 at 7.30pm.

Yours sincerely, Parish Clerk

AGENDA

  1. To give councillors the opportunity to make declarations of interest on items on the agenda

  2.0     To receive notice of absence from councillors

  3.0     To confirm minutes of the meeting held on 25.10.22

  4.0     To receive reports from the county and district councillors

  • Planning matters:
  • Erection of 4 no. dwelling houses at Land South of Meadows Side Church Street Weston Subedge Gloucestershire Ref 22/03748/FUL
  • Cannon Gate Chapel Lane Weston Subedge.Ref No: 22/02538/FUL
  • Watery Gate Ref No : 22/03711
  • Consultation on Planning Application 22/000045/CM

  6.0     Finance
6.1 To receive financial statement and bank reconciliation

6.2 To approve payments due:
Clerk’s salary
HMRC PAYE
Maurice Parkinson Grass Cutting Services
Village Hall

  7.0     To review village matters:

           7.1 Impact of the Cornavirus (Convid-19)
7.2 Heavy Traffic through village, Highways update of maintenance issues & Honeybourne Cross roads
7.3 Recreation Ground maintenance, inspection record review
7.4 Archive documentation update on progress
7.5 Flood protection
7.6 Communications update – Village Website & The Messenger
7.7 Speed camera data – ANPR camera
7.8 Village Improvement projects – Parish questionnaire
7.9 Village allotments
7.10 Footpaths and Stiles
7.11 Village Hall
7.12 Ukraine – what can we do
7.13 Church Orchard Update
7.14 Recreation Charity
7.15 Village Christmas Tree
7.16 Village Security measures

 8.0      To note matters arising from minutes of previous meetings not covered on the agenda

 9.0      To note correspondence received since last meeting for information

PUBLIC QUESTION TIME WILL BE TAKEN AT THE CHAIRMAN’S DISCRETION

Lucy Print, Forge House, Weston sub Edge, wseparishclerk@gmail.com

All Things Wild: your feedback to this application is crucial, and is only open until 22 July

All Things Wild – planning proposal:-

  • ATW are planning to re-locate from their current Honeybourne location to the Willicote Equestrian Centre. 
  • Their stated aim is to at least double the 100,000 visitors they currently attract at Honeybourne, where there is rail station to London, Oxford, Reading, Worcester& Hereford.
  • Their vision – to be in the ‘top 5’ largest wildlife parks by 2028. This vision would be more visitors than their 200,000 stated aim – in 2019 the 5th largest wildlife attraction welcomed 732,672 visitors.
  • Their plans for the Willicote Equestrian Centre include:-
  • 1000+ car parking spaces with parking for several coaches 
  • 9 large zoned areas, all lit as it is predominantly outdoors
  • Site perimeter ‘prison style’ fencing and service road 
  • Up to 45 guests lodges for overnight accommodation + 2 staff dwellings
  • 2 x tobogganing slopes / amphitheatre / seasonal artificial ice rink / 4 retail huts / Café Covered picnic area / Play areas. 

Our concerns

  • Significantly more traffic on the Campden Road; across Stratford’s bridges and junctions; across bridges at Welford and Bidford; increased traffic to radial roads to Stratford (Shipston Road, Banbury Road, Warwick Road, Birmingham Road, Alcester Road), and through villages inc. Binton and Welford. This on top of the ever-increasing volumes generated by other developments at Meon Vale, Long Marston, and across Stratford
  • Increased light, noise and air pollution across several Parishes
  • Developing c.80 acres of the existing Willicote Equestrian centre site 
  • Decimation of the indigenous wildlife natural habit to create cages for wild animals…from the Artic, Australasia…Africa.
  • An all-year-round theme park. Late opening until 20.00 during school holidays and seasonal events (Christmas, Easter, Halloween), increasing activity & noise, air & light pollution. It will pull retail, tourism and Christmas trade from Stratford’s efforts.
  • The proposal is NOT in either of Stratford’s Adopted Core Strategy 2031, nor Clifford Chambers and Milcote’s Neighbourhood Plan 2031, and is contrary to both.
  • There were c. 143 injury accidents (1999-2021) on the B4632 from and including the Waitrose roundabout to the north (with the A3400), to the Long Marston development roundabout to the south. That includes 5 Fatalities. Our community, and others served by the B road, know of the inherent hazards to this road (source Crash-map website, freely available online, being reported injury collisions informed by Department of Transport data)

ACT NOW: your feedback to this application is crucial, and is only open until 22 July

  • Please log on to the Stratford District Council e-planning website:-
  • Type into your web-browser Stratford e-planning and then click – Stratford e-planning.
  • Under Search by Application, enter 22/00114/OUT into the application number box; click ‘Search’.
  • Click on the Associated Documents tab; this will gain access to all documents submitted as part of this application
  • Clicking on the Comment tab will enable you to free type and submit your feedback
  • Alternatively email or write to give your feedback to Louise Koelman, Case Officer  – 

Quoting application 22/00114/OUT

The latest news on feedback

  • 450+ individual objections have been submitted, our aim is for this to exceed 1000+ 
  • 10 local Parish councils have submitted their objection to this application, plus Meon Vale Residents Association, CPRE, CALA Homes, and Wild About Clifford (Wildlife Charity)
  • The Born Free Foundation & Freedom For Animals have both objected

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2022

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Weston Subedge Platinum Jubilee Celebration Event – Thursday 2nd June 2022

On a glorious summer’s evening last Thursday, 2nd June, over 150 members of Weston subedge community, young and mature (!), gathered at the bowling green and village hall, to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  We enjoyed a fantastic afternoon of tea and cakes, Pimms, a Hog roast BBQ, fantastic live music, and a whole array of fun children’s and adult games.  It was a wonderful way to celebrate and bring the village together, and also to enjoy the facilities that the village hall has to offer.

Our sincere thanks go to the Chipping Campden Community Trust (CCCT) for supporting our Platinum Jubilee celebrations.  The CCCT is a local charity helping and supporting the older and the more vulnerable people in the local North Cotswold community.  Thank you to the Parish Council and Village Hall Council for their support to make the event a success, and thank you to Becky White and her team for the delicious BBQ.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped prepare for the event; promoting the event, decorating the hall, the bowling green, setting up the marquee, games and tidying up the day after!  Lastly thank you to all the villagers who came and really got into the spirit of the afternoon, an event enjoyed by all.