Shurdington Parish Council

Shurdington Parish Council has been responsible for the local community, local needs, and quality of life and community in the civil parish of Shurdington since 1894. 

​It is not party political and is made up of nine unpaid local residents, elected for a four year term, who work together with the Tewkesbury Borough and Gloucestershire County councils to represent the interests of the whole Shurdington community.

Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month and normally take place in the Link Room of Shurdington Community Centre but, for the foreseeable future and in response to government guidance about the Covid- 19 pandemic, meetings will be held virtually. All are welcome to attend. 

The next meeting of the Parish Council is on Monday 8th February at 19:30 and will be held using Zoom. Should you wish to join please contact the Parish Clerk.

The agenda will be available here no later than three clear working days prior to the meeting.

The last meeting of the Parish Council was on Monday 11th January 2021 and was held virtually using Zoom. 

DRAFT Minutes 11 January 2021

On Monday 16 November  2020 at 19:30 the Parish Council held a public meeting “Fly Tipping is a Blight on our Community”. This was held virtually using zoom. 

You can see a draft note of the meeting here 
You can see the PowerPoint presentation here

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