SHURDINGTON PARISH COUNCIL
The Annual Assembly of the Parish of
Shurdington will take place at the Social Centre
at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday 18th April 2017.
Reports will be presented on various
aspects of the life of the village, including a guest speaker,
Becky Parish from NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning
We hope to have a Police Officer attending too. All parish
residents are invited to the Assembly
and can put forward their views, question the speakers, and stay
for a cup of tea afterwards
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DISCOS 4 KIDS
Gloucestershire's Funnest Kid's Parties
SHURDINGTON & BADGEWORTH
Gardening Society Flower Show
An Album of Photographs
MANY TIMES PEOPLE ASK WHY THEIR FLAG
IS FLOWN UPSIDE DOWN - SEE BELOW
The WIDE white strip nearest to the
should be on the top of the red strip, not bottom.
TELEPHONE & INTERNET FACILITY FOR SOCIAL CENTRE
Work started 8th February 2012 with new telegraph pole fitted outside
Do you like walking? - Here is a new route which
passes through our Parish.
Click on the Logo above for details of the new Gustav Holst Way
GOOD NEWS - LOCAL BUS SERVICE TO MORRISONS
Now runs on Thursdays
response to requests for a bus service from the village to Morrisons
Supermarket, Phil Surman, our borough councillor, has kindly arranged to run a service once a week for the benefit of the village.
The service started on Monday May 9th 2011, for a trial period of four Mondays
and has been popular enough for the service to continue.
The pickup points will be the same
as the bus service that used to run through the village
Lambert Gardens at
Social Centre 11:20am
Arriving at Morrisons Supermarket in
Hatherley at 11:25am.
The return journey will be at about 12:40.
Bus passes can be used. In order
to guarantee this service continuing into the near future we must use it or
we will lose it.
SOME GUESTBOOK COMMENTS
Comments by Pauline on 30 September 2009
What a fantastic website. I have downloaded
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Comments by Kathleen Duff on 05 July
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one older experienced leader and one new leader. My son is one of three
Patrol leaders and is struggling with a very young patrol so we are hunting
for fun Team challenges to make them work together, challenge each other.
Your site has given us some great programming ideas, thanks heaps - Australia
Comments by Iain Henderson on 31 May
As a new Cub Leader/Scouter in Charge I
was quite apprehensive of organising my first camp for the boys. I knew what
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easier! Many thanks for making them available. YiS Iain - United Kingdom
Comments by John Kitching on 25 March
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think I could build a full years' programming from this little lot. Well
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Comments by Richard Hindley on 17 March
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Cayman Island Rovers 23rd
Round and round the world we go, and we keep coming back
to your website for information. Sorry you don't have Rovers anymore in your
village - they're great. Enjoy.
...makes it all worthwhile...
Some old photos of Shurdington kindly lent to
me by Margaret Williams
(Click on photo for a large picture)
West by Church Lane
||The Bell inn
Public House - C1894
East - note Cedar tree
Church Lane is on the right
by he children, and Yes! there was a third pub just there, called The
King's Head (thanks to Kevin Stubbs for the info.)
Not sure of the date and who
the family is. Anyone can throw any light on the photo?
Looking down towards
Cheltenham from the Cheeserollers side. Note the Cedar tree on the left
which is by Church Lane.
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