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News & Notices

  • Breaking news: Potential major housing development in Hardwicke.
    Click here for more info

  • Dates of Meetings for 2019
    All meetings are on a Monday, unless indicated. Meetings commence at 19.00 and held at Hardwicke Village Hall, Green Lane Hardwicke
    - January 7th
    - February 4th
    - March 4th
    - April 1st
    - April 17th (Wednesday) Annual Parish Assembly (Provisional)
    - May 7th (Tuesday) Annual Meeting of the Parish Council
    - June 3rd
    - July 1st
    - August 5th Date to be agreed if meeting required
    - September 2nd
    - October 7th
    - November 4th
    - December 2nd

  • Stroud District Youth Voice Newsletter - Autumn/Early Winter 2018
    The newsletter features just some of the highlights of young people's work and achievements across the district, over the last few months. We hope you enjoy reading it!
    Previous newsletters are available via the SDC website.

  • “Free Range Dairy Network CIC work to win recognition and reward for traditional, family farms where cows are free to graze in fields, in an increasingly industrialised world. We represent a network of farmers from the Yorkshire Dales to the Cornish coast, including farmers in Gloucestershire and we are trying to help people make a more informed choice when they buy milk, to help us secure the future of these farms.”
    Neil Darwent, Founder and Director
    Promotional Flyers:
    Glos meetings flyer_Hardwicke_24_01_18
    Glos meetings flyer_Stonehouse17_01_18

  • Please click for the car parking consulation from Stroud District Council.

  • Public open space and children's play: strategy and design principles - Exibition at Crest sales centre, Monday 21st August 2017 5-8pm. Click here to download the poster

  • To view a statement of the persons nominated for election as a Member of Parliament for the Stroud Constituency please click here.

  • SDC is introducing an exciting new approach to tenant involvement; giving two tenants the chance to represent tenants’ views at the council’s housing committee and influence decisions potentially affecting the lives of 7,000 tenants. One appointment has already been made, and we are now looking for a second tenant representative. This unique opportunity is open to all tenants. An Independent Tenant Advisor from the Housing Quality Network (HQN)will carry out the selection of the best candidate. The closing date for applications is 8th January 2017.
    For further information, any interested tenants can phone HQN’s hotline or send an email.  Information and an application form can also be found on our website.  For contact details and further information please see the following documents:
    Tenant Rep Poster
    Tenant Rep Information

  • Vacancies for Parish Councillors

    The Parish Council currently has two vacancies for Parish Councillors. If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor and would like to contribute to the work of the Council in supporting its local community please contact the Clerk, Kevin Lee for more information.
    The Council would be particularly pleased to hear from residents in Hunts Grove.  Your Parish Council is very committed to ensuring that it truly represents all sections of its community.  Hunts Grove is now and will be in the future a very important part of our Parish. We would like to Co Opt a resident to represent the views of residents from the area.
    E Mail:
    50 School Lane, Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 4WT