Cromhall Poors Allotment Charity annual report

The object of the charity is for the relief of the poor in the parish of Cromhall and its income is distributed to people over 65 who have been in the village 5 years or more, near Christmas, in the way of vouchers to be used in the village shop. couple.

Individuals can apply for assistance if they find themselves in need, and all requests will be considered.

The latest annual report is available APA Report 2021

How to report issues to South Gloucestershire Council

Many issues such as blocked drains, street lighting, dog fouling and anti-social behaviour should be reported to South Gloucestershire Council using their online reporting system.  Your concern will be registered and you will be allocated a report number which can be used should you need to follow the matter up further. 

The Report-it process covers a large range of issues as shown here Report it

For more information and to report issues, please go to www.southglos.gov.uk/general-information/online-services/report/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Assembly meeting Thursday 15th April 2021 at 7pm.

All Cromhall parish electors are invited to attend your Annual Parish Assembly meeting which will be via Zoom on Thursday 15th April 2021 at 7pm.   This meeting is not a parish council meeting but is for parishioners to discuss any matters related to the parish.

15th April Annual Assembly invitation

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Dates for your diaries

The Annual Parish Assembly meeting which is a meeting for the community to discuss the community (it is not a parish council meeting) will be held via Zoom on Thursday 15th April 2021 at 7pm.

The annual meeting of the parish council will be held on 6th May 20201 via Zoom starting at 7.30pm.

Full details including log-in will be posted to the website

A big thank you to Earthworks UK

Work continues at Bibstone Green with the re-seeding of grass and new turfs will also soon be laid.  Thanks to the generosity of Earthworks UK Limited, 2 ton of rocks were removed free of charge and 3 ton of top soil donated to help restore the green.

On behalf of the parish, Cromhall Parish Council wishes to thank Earthworks especially Tom and Paul, for their kind donation which is greatly appreciated.   

WAMA needs your help

WAMA volunteers are setting up a new Community Hub to serve Wotton and the surrounding areas, and we are keen to hear the views of everyone in our communities so that they can help shape the Community Hub.  The survey closes on 5th April? The link for the survey is http://bit.ly/WAMAsurvey and will only take a few minutes to complete. It is anonymous, and answers cannot be traced back to the individual.

WAMA poster

 

Keep Cromhall tidy

Message from Cllr Daly

Cllr Daly and rubbish

Over the last 4 weeks I have calculated that over 60 bags of mixed waste and litter from the village has been collected from the end of the Tortworth Road and Bristol Road to the Wickwar junction.

 

 

Together with general litter the following has been removed:

5 x wheel trims,

1 x car parcel shelf,

1 x TV, 1 x car radiator,

1 x car wheel and tyre,

4 x damage road traffic cones

And in Woodend lane there were over 30 vodka bottles collected!!

rubbish collected

 

 

 

In the last 2 weeks alone there have been 2 fly tipping episodes which were reported to South Gloucestershire Council using the Report it function at https://my.southglos.gov.uk/ServicePage.aspx?servicePath=&JScript=1 and they reacted very quickly to remove the piles of waste left. 

Thank you to everyone who helped especially around the half term time and I think everyone will agree that the roadsides are looking how they should.  Let’s all help keep Cromhall litter free.

bags of rubbish