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Minchinhampton Life Newsletter – 2nd April, 2020.

MINCHINHAMPTON LIFE NEWSLETTER Thursday, 2 April 2020 Hello everyone, We are sending you a short update email, as following our newsletter last week, some more changes have occurred which we thought you would be interested to hear about. Rather than listing again all...

News from Minchinhampton Life

Hello everyone,Following our newsletter last week, some of the information we sent is now out-of-date as things have been moving so fast in our country. We have continued to contact local businesses and local organisations to find out what is available to help the...

News from Minchinhampton Life

Hello everyone, We have decided to issue a special newsletter letting you know what is going on in our community at the moment.   As everyone will be aware, sadly most of the events have now been postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 emergency and many venues are...

Minchinhampton Community Library – now closed

Minchinhampton Community Library – now closed

Yesterday evening the Library Trustees took the decision to close the Library for 12 weeks.  Given the age profile of most of their volunteers, we are not able to operate safely and responsibly given current circumstances. Books can be returned to the Library via the...

News from Royal British Legion

News from Royal British Legion

Are you proud of the courageous men and women of our armed forces who have selflessly upheld our freedom against aggression for so many centuries?   Are you proud of the ongoing peacekeeping assignments our armed services are conducting in strife-torn areas of our...

Resurfacing in Bell Lane Car Park

The Parish Council has asked us to alert everyone that the Bell Lane car park resurfacing work will be starting on 17th February. They anticipate the first four to five days will be the resurfacing and tidying up of the tarmac area, to be followed by the balance....

Christmas Tree Collection

Take the stress and the strain out of getting rid of your real tree by letting Longfield Hospice do it for you!  They will collect your Christmas tree in return for a donation and the tree will then be recycled. Last year their Christmas Tree collections raised over...