Gloucestershire Recycles

Do you recycle in the bathroom?

In the bathroom, we use plastic and other recyclable materials in all shapes and sizes. However, many of these items end up being wrongly put in the rubbish bin. We already brave battles in the bathroom, from blocked toilets to blitzing black mould. The battle against bathroom waste is another one we can win by simply recycling our bathroom products.

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Forestry Operations in Dymock Woods

Updated 10th November 2020

Forestry England will be timber harvesting in Dymock Woods, near Kempley, from November 2020.
The works will impact some of our trails and access points, this page provides more information about the work we are doing and why.

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Casual Vacancies

Notice is hereby given that two (2) vacancies exist in the office of Parish Councillor for the Parish of Kempley.

The vacancies will be filled by election if any ten (10) registered local government electors for Kempley Parish submit a written request to that effect in the manner prescribed below.

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VE Day 75 Anniversary Commemorations

In line with government guidance, the Royal British Legion is encouraging people across the UK to take part in the VE Day 75th Anniversary commemorations from the safety of their homes by joining in a programme of activities, including a moment of reflection and remembrance at 11am on Friday 8th May 2020. With members of the public unable to attend VE Day group gatherings, the Royal British Legion is playing a central role in the delivery of a range of activities, including VE Day broadcast, national moments of remembrance and thanksgiving, and links to an education pack for children and young people.


Newent B4215 final road works

The final phase of the Severn Trent works along the B4215 begins today and lasts until 30 March. There will be two-way traffic lights at points between Two Mile Lane and Trioscape, beginning at the Highnam end. This is to connect the new water main and finally disconnect the old one.