Annual Parish meeting 2021 update

The date of the Little Rissington Annual Parish Meeting has been moved from the provisional date of 24th May 2021 to 28th June 2021 to allow Covid-19 restrictions to lift and it is hoped more parishioners to attend. This date is subject to government restrictions and may change.

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Town Crier

The Town Crier is our very own WhatsApp group used to facilitate communication within our parish. If you live in our parish and would like to keep up with news and alerts, send Suzanne Davidson (clerk@littlerissington.net) your mobile number and she will add you to the group.

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Villager bus – resumption of services

To all Parish and Town Councils Served by The Villager, I am very pleased to announce that, after five months of suspension due to lock down, we will be able to resume all Villager Bus services from Monday, 12th April. Because of the continuing need for caution over the spread of the virus, we shall have continue to operate with

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THE RISSINGTONS LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Great Rissington, Little Rissington, Upper Rissington, Wyck Rissington and the local area. PLACE NAMES IN THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE LANDSCAPE a talk by Dr Simon Draper  Exploring the antiquity of Gloucestershire place names, what they tell us about history and their connections with Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods. Friday 16th April 2021 at 7.30pm VIA ZOOM Non-members welcome to join in for £2.50 –enquiries

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Census Sunday 21st march 2021

What is the census? The census is a survey that happens every 10 years and gives us a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales. The next census takes place on Sunday 21 March 2021. Your answers to the census questions will help organisations make decisions on planning and funding public services in your area, including

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Council asks residents to watch out for incorrect bills

Around 3,000 householders are receiving council tax bills this week that have a changed payment schedule.  Due to a system error, residents who usually pay monthly over 12 months have been sent a bill with payments over 10 months instead. Monthly payments on these bills are therefore higher than residents would expect.  Less than 7% of households across the District

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hardship fund

The Government has allocated funds that will allow Cotswold District Council to grant up to £150 to a resident if they are of working age and in receipt of Council Tax Support. This award will be made automatically and there is no need to contact the Council to claim it.

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