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Parish Council News

  • The November Parish Council meeting has been postponed until 24th November 2022.  The Agenda for the rescheduled meeting is available here & on the Parish noticeboards.

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  • AutoSpeedWatch Driving into Quenington you may have spotted the new signs alongside the “Welcome to Quenington” signposts.  Erected on Friday 14th October by Gloucestershire Constabulary the signs located at the six entry points to the village, alert drivers to the operation of AutoSpeedWatch, the new Community Speed Detecting Cameras within the village.

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  • Fairford Road through to Coronation Street, Fairford will be closed at varying times to allow for resurfacing works. The roads are expected to be closed and restricted on a rolling programme commencing 16th November 2022. It is anticipated all works will be completed by 30th November 2022.

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  • Millie and Joe are the new ‘Clean and Green Officers’ for the Cotswolds. The officers will be on-hand to advise community groups, Parish and Town Councils and members of the public who want to take a more active role in looking after their neighbourhoods.

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  • With confirmed cases of Avian Flue in Fairford, it is important to be vigilant and know what to do to protect domestic and wild birds. If you have your own birds, please try to keep them inside or at least in an enclosed area/aviary.   Disinfect any footwear that may come into contact with bird faeces or, ideally, keep your own boots/shoes for your own use with your birds separately from other footwear to avoid cross contamination.

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Village Hall News

  • COFFEE MORNING – Saturday, 10th December

    Each month, there will be no charge for the refreshments, but we will be collecting donations for a different charity each month. December’s charity is CHYP – Cirencester Housing for Young People    

  • COMMITTEE MEMBERS WANTED

    We are looking for two volunteers to join our small, friendly team of seven committee members who manage the hall for the community. This involves about 6 committee meetings a year, helping at coffee mornings (6/yr.), the annual Apple Day in October and other ad-hoc events. We would particularly welcome enquiries from younger members. If interested please email queningtonvillagehall@gmail.com or drop into a coffee morning or the AGM for a chat.

  • Covid requirements

    Please check the hall’s Terms & Conditions of Hire, and any notices in the hall. Although the government has removed all LEGAL restrictions, there is still advice about living with Covid. The village hall will: Have hand sanitiser available as a permanent fixture Require windows to be open for good ventilation Ask people not to enter the building if they are feeling unwell Require people to stay away if they have tested positive for Covid

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