Janet Payne has retired from chairmanship of the Minchinhampton Market House trust. Janet retired at our AGM on Saturday 6th March. She has left on a high note. Our finances are strong. Our building is fit to serve our community,… Read More »Janet Payne retires from the Minchinhampton Market House Trust
A response to our community, for and on behalf of the Minchinhampton Parochial Church Council, regarding Churchyard Regulations, 18 March 2021 The church is very aware that the present works in the churchyard are causing distress to many, and in… Read More »Works in the Churchyard
PLANTS FOR SALE Janet Payne and Chris French are selling plants from Parkside, Cirencester Road Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 10.30 am – 4.30 pm Choice of spring plants and bulbs, herbs and perennials and gifts Prior to Minchinhampton Market opening in… Read More »Plants for Sale in Minchinhampton!
Is Spring coming? At Horsfall House we are sensing a return to some order. All our residents have had at least their first Covid-19 jab with the majority having safely received the second one too. Our staff and remaining residents are scheduled to get their second… Read More »Horsfall House Update 15th March, 2021
STATEMENT RE :MINCHINHAMPTON DOCTORS’ SURGERY PLANNING APPLICATION S.21/0484/FUL Minchinhampton Parish Council (MPC) wishes members of the public to understand why the Council will be unable to express a formal opinion about the planning application for a new doctors’ surgery, proposed… Read More »Doctors’ Surgery – Parish Council Statement
The planning application for the new building for Minchinhampton Surgery is now available online. Its formal name is the Medical Centre. It also includes space for dental services. To view the application or comment on it, go to https://publicaccess.stroud.gov.uk/online-applications/ and enter S.21/0484/FUL in… Read More »Proposed Medical Centre and Dentist – Planning application
MORE ABOUT THE NEW SURGERY BUILDING Minchinhampton Patient Participation Group (PPG) is pleased to have this opportunity to supplement our article in the Parish Magazine (September 2020, 12-13). That article remains helpful for understanding the current situation. Our thanks to… Read More »Minchinhampton Patient Participation Group (PPG) – article on new surgery