Snow Wardens

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Rubbish Collections

SDC will always try to collect refuse and recycling on scheduled collection days, but adverse weather, such as snowy conditions, may mean that they are unable to do so. If this happens they will try their best to return within 2 days depending on weather and road conditions around the district. Therefore please leave your rubbish and recycling out for this period. If they do not manage to collect within two days, they will not be returning, so please bring your refuse and/or recycling back in and put it out for collection, as normal, for the next scheduled collection day. Note that there will be no collections on Sundays, so if your collection was missed on Friday please leave it out till Monday.


Keeping the roads in the Parish free from ice and snow is the responsibility of Gloucestershire County Council. Roads that have been identified as key routes are pre-salted and dealt with first in the case of ice and snow. Snow wardens work with the County Divisional Surveyors to help clear snow, and to keep the County Council informed of the conditions in outlying villages.

Grit bins are provided by both the County and the Parish Council, but providing the grit/salt itself is the responsibility of the County Council. Grit/salt from a roadside bin or heap is for use on public roads only, and if you use it yourself please remember just a little goes a long way. Bins are difficult to replenish in bad conditions, and even a fine sprinkling of grit/salt is very effective in temperatures down to about -7C.

For more information on salting, salting routes, current road closures and how Gloucestershire County Highways decide on when to salt, see www.gloucestershire.gov.uk.

Parish snow wardens

Bisley Eastcombe Oakridge
Dave Partridge
Springfields
Cheltenham Road
Bisley GL6 7BJ
tel 01452 770986
07736 153642
dpart59@googlemail.com
Mr R K Brooks
Honeyhill
Bismore
Eastcombe GL6 7DG
tel 01452 770346
bbrooks@cix.co.uk
Mr Tony Martin
Birds Frith Farm
Far Oakridge
Glos GL6 7PB
tel 07710 800 290
tony.martin@bisley-with-lypiatt.gov.uk

Neighbouring parishes

Chalford – Bussage Chalford – Hill/France Lynch Miserden
Christine Prince, Parish Clerk
Snow Warden Co-ordinator(Chalford Parish)
tel 01453 887204Paul Lilly (out of hours Co-ordinator)
01453 884500
paulandfrances@waitrose.com
Steve Beioley
tel 01453 886344
steve.beioley@btinternet.com
Gideon Duberley
Miserden
tel 01285 821753
gideon.duberley@dsl.pipex.com

Gloucestershire Highways

Central Area Southern Division
Stroudwater Interchange M5
Whitminster
tel 08000 514 514

Priority (‘key’) routes in the parish

Toadsmoor Hill – Eastcombe, Thomas Keble School – Bisley – The Camp – Birdlip
Stroud, Bisley Road – Stancombe, Stancombe – Bisley, Stancombe Lane
Bisley – Oakridge Lynch

Secondary routes in the parish

Bisley – Rectory Farm – Waterlane – Tunley – Daneway – Sapperton
Dr Crouch’s Road, Eastcombe – Village Green – Junction with Bisley Road
Gloucestershire Priority Routes