64 responses were received on line, the Clerk received two by email. All but 3 responders either lived or worked in Chipping Campden.
Of the on line responses 59 (92%) said they were worried about speed of vehicles in town. The locations of highest concern are Aston Road, Station Road, High Street and Back Ends.
51 of the 64 (80%) said thay would support the introduction of ANPR cameras but only 28 (44%)... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 22 Jan 2021 08:45 by Jo Harrigan
Chipping Campden Town Council declared a Climate Change Emergency at the Town Council meeting on 8th December 2020.
There is now no longer any debate about the fact that climate change is taking place and the world is getting warmer, and nor is there any longer any doubt that mankind is contributing to it.
Chipping Campden Town Council itself does not have the direct power or wherewithal to make a telling... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 19 Jan 2021 17:41 by Jo Harrigan
This is the latest news from our Campden Support Hub.
Don't be complacent
We know of a case in Campden where a young person socialised, caught Covid and passed it to their family.
Don't be complacent. Don't socialise. Follow the advice and stay at home unless absolutely necessary.
Please help us spread the message not Covid. If you, or anyone you know, is "at risk" please contact us for help.
Our contact... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 21:20 by Jo Harrigan
As announced last night, we are all going into a full lockdown similar to spring last year. This means we should all stay at home apart from a few limited exceptions.
A letter is being sent by government to those people who should be shielding completely.
An updated, good and easy-to-understand summary is available on the government website here.
If you do not already have help in place, please contact... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 05 Jan 2021 09:17 by Jo Harrigan
Although there is a weight limit stopping lorries over 7.5t driving through the town centre larger vehicles are able to legally access if making deliveries or collections but should not enter the town centre if just driving through.
Despite this there have been many occasions when large vehicles have damaged sign posts and kerbs as they are too large to manoeuvre through the narrow roads.
The town council... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 30 Dec 2020 11:29 by Jo Harrigan
The Chipping Campden Emergency resilience plan documents how the community would respond to an emergency situation e.g. while awaiting the assistance of statutory authorities /emergency services, or in support of them.
The plan has been developed by the Community
Response Group, covers the geographical area of Chipping Campden and aims to involve as many volunteers from the local community as possible... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 30 Dec 2020 11:10 by Jo Harrigan
Speeding both within the town and particularly on Aston Rd and Station Rd has been a concern for many years. Two Radar Speed Checks carried out in Aston Rd, Station Rd and Westington Hill showed up to 78% of vehicles exceeding the speed limit with maximum speeds of up to 69mph recorded. And there are frequent complaints of speeding in Calf Lane and Back Ends. So what does the Town Council intend to... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 11 Nov 2020 13:49 by Jo Harrigan
Chipping Campden Town Council is seeking tenders for the following three-year contracts:
- Town Cemetery grass cutting and maintenance.
- Verge Safety grass cutting.
- St James grass cutting and maintenance.
Chipping Campden Playing Field and Recreation Ground Charity is seeking tenders for the following three-year contracts:
1. Caretaking of the Recreation Ground and Play Areas.
2. Grass Cutting and Maintenance... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 10:57 by Jo Harrigan