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Children’s Dance Classes

Posted on 22nd September 2021, by Editor . No Comments

Carly Hall runs a local Dance School (First Steps & Carly Elizabeth School of Dance) which holds children’s classes in the nearby village of Hawkesbury.  She is trying to spread awareness and help grow the school. Please see attached poster for contact details.

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Harvest Festival

Posted on 14th September 2021, by Editor . No Comments

New Harvest Celebration Event this Sunday for everyone Sunday September 19th, 11.15 – with your picnic!  The picnic will start at 12 noon, and very possibly earlier. As a change of approach, instead of our usual Harvest Festival service at the church, we have designed a celebration event which we hope will attract everyone, of […]

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Harvest Festival

Posted on 23rd August 2021, by Editor . No Comments

Just a reminder that the Harvest Festival service will be held at Tresham Church at 11:15 on Sunday, 19 September. All welcome.

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Fibre Update 10

Posted on 26th July 2021, by Editor . 1 Comment

Several of us have been pressing Ben Stone to find out why the eastern end of the village has not been offered a service by Gigaclear.  All households west of the common should have been told that the system is ready for service and offered a service – so the following does not apply to […]

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Ash Dieback – Public Meeting Report

Posted on 23rd July 2021, by Simon (Councillor) . 2 comments

Prior to the meeting and for your information this letter from the Badminton Estate was published in the June edition of the Hillesley Happenings newsletter: As many of you know, Ash die-back is affecting large numbers of trees in this area and it is now affecting a high proportion of the ash trees in the […]

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Dursley Open Door Club

Posted on 21st July 2021, by Editor . No Comments

I’ve helped at the Open Door charity for more years than I care to remember.  It’s always been very rewarding and great fun.  Like many other charities we are in need of some new blood and I wondered if anyone in the village would be interested in helping.  Details of our activities can be found […]

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Ash Dieback – Tree Felling

Posted on 12th July 2021, by Simon (Councillor) . No Comments

As you probably know, Ash Dieback is affecting many trees in our area, as it is nationally.  Local concern has been brought to the Parish Council’s attention regarding the tree felling currently being undertaken on behalf of the Badminton Estate between Hawkesbury Upton and Hillesley.  As a result the Parish Council is to chair a […]

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Churchyard thanks to Richard Kingston, Simon Lee and Bob Rowley, A.S Hartrick and his grave and book, and some ecology information

Posted on 27th June 2021, by Editor . Comments Off on Churchyard thanks to Richard Kingston, Simon Lee and Bob Rowley, A.S Hartrick and his grave and book, and some ecology information

There is always a problem over the speed at which the grass grows in the churchyard, not to mention all the other plants, whether willow herb or little trees or whatever. We have been very fortunate in having Richard Kingston putting in many, many years of lonely labour keeping the grass in order, and we […]

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Fibre Update 9

Posted on 16th June 2021, by Editor . 4 comments

Ben Stone advised at the end of last week that the forecast is Gigaclear should be ready for service (RFS) by end of this week. “As soon as [your network] is marked RFS, it will update on the system and residents should get notified. You’ll be able to go to the website and place an […]

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Simon Ellis Memorial

Posted on 17th May 2021, by Editor . Comments Off on Simon Ellis Memorial

Jacqui Moore, who is the celebrant conducting Simon’s memorial ceremony on Thursday 27th May, has sent these words and photo. The Celebration of Simon’s Life The ceremony to remember Simon’s life will be held in the village on the 27th May at 2pm. Due to COVID restrictions it will be private so it is by […]

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