Eastcombe

Welcome to the Eastcombe Ward page of the Parish website. Here you will find information and events that are specific to Eastcombe, supported by the Parish Council.

Eastcombe Village

Eastcombe Bussage Brownshill Newsletter DECEMBER 2022

Eastcombe Bussage Brownshill Newsletter NOVEMBER 2022 

Eastcombe Bussage Brownshill Newsletter OCTOBER 2022 

Eastcombe Bussage Brownshill Newsletter SEPTEMBER 2022

 To receive it free by email each month, contact eastcombebandbnews@gmail.com. Copies of the newsletter are now available to buy from Eastcombe Stores, Eastcombe Post Office, Frith Community Cafe & the Chalford Parish Centre.  It is also available to read for customers of The Lamb Inn & Head First Hair & Beauty, Eastcombe.  It’s no longer available to buy at The Ram Inn, Bussage.

Take a look at recent Parish Council improvement work carried out in Eastcombe (PDF) 

Eastcombe War Memorial and the report on the conservation work carried out in May 2018.

Footpath Volunteer Group

In November 2021 the group put in steps on the footpath that goes from Hawkley Farmhouse, at the very bottom of Fidges Lane, up towards Lypiatt. The group help manage the numerous footpaths we have within the Ward. Working in conjunction with the Cotswold volunteers to clear and maintain footpaths and repair/replacement of styles and gates. Do contact the clerk if you are interested in joining.

Speeding & Parking   Have you views on speeding and parking around the village. Please share your thoughts and ideas with us. Bisley Ward support a ‘Speed watch’ group. Should we have a similar group here in Eastcombe?

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Conservation Area:  As well as the whole parish being in the Cotswold AONB, much of the older part of Eastcombe lies within its own designated Conservation Area. This area is subjected to strict regulations regarding planning and tree maintenance etc. More information, including suggestions for Tree Planting in Eastcombe can be found on our Environment page.

Planning Applications:  Are you thinking of extending or a new build?  There is lots of advice available and the PC is currently engaged on producing a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP). Further details can be found on the NDP website. If you would like to be part of this process then please contact one of the Eastcombe Ward Councillors.

Your Information: Have you any information that you would like to share that we can put on this page? If so please forward it to one of the Ward Councillors or to the Parish Clerk

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