Now that we have entered a second lockdown, Brockworth Parish Council want to remind people that we are here to help if you need it. We have a team of volunteers who can help with shopping or picking up prescriptions if you are shielding. We can put you in touch with the Citizens Advice Bureau and other support services if you are struggling and are here if you need to talk to someone or need an emergency food parcel. Unfortunately, we have had to close the community centre to the public but the parish council is still operating as normal and we can be contacted by calling us on 01452 863123.

We would also welcome any new volunteers, so if you think you can help out, please contact us.

Petition against new housing planned for Brockworth

We are saying NO to more houses in Brockworth and have launched a petition to OBJECT to the planning application to build 49 homes on green fields north of Perrybook off Shurdington Road in Brockworth (20/00608/FUL) currently being considered by Tewkesbury Borough Council.

We urge local residents to sign our petition: NO to more houses in Brockworth here:

 https://www.petitiononline.uk/no_to_49_new_homes_to_the_north_east_of_perrybrook_in_brockworth

Alternatively you can sign the petition at the Community Centre or email comments direct to Tewkesbury Borough Council at: developmentapplications@tewkesbury.gov.uk (quoting 20/00608/FUL)

The Parish Council objects to this development on the following grounds:

• Loss of green space and damage to the environment
• Poor design and layout of the proposed development
• Poor access to services and facilities
• Drainage issues
• Highway safety, access to the development is dangerous and will increase congestion in the area
• Noise and air pollution from the neighbouring A417 and A46 junction
• Brockworth doesn't need anymore housing

In conclusion, we are against any further large scale development in Brockworth, which has already had its fair share of housing being built without the necessary infrastructure and community facilities and with the associated disruption and nuisance that large scale construction brings. We urge Tewkesbury Borough Council to refuse this application and protect Brockworth.

Council Newsletter

Find out about the latest news and our work to serve the Brockworth community in our latest newsletter.

INVISTA 

Latest information regarding INVISTA Gloucester’s manufacturing facility and recent reports of odours.

Click here to read the latest update supplied by Invista.

 

Covid-19 support 

Does your neighbour need help? Find out how how to help.

Brockworth Parish Council community centre and office have been closed to the public but some services are now being re-opened. Find out more about the facilities now available

Parish Council meetings are still being held remotely via Zoom and are open to the public, please go to the latest agenda to see how you can participate. All community events and activities at the community centre are still suspended until further notice as per the notice.

The parish council has a volunteer scheme to collect food or prescriptions - please contact us by phone or email to make arrangements.

We are grateful to the local shops and suppliers that have made home deliveries and click/collect services available to residents. We will update the list as more information becomes available.

Anyone wishing to volunteer with collecting food or prescriptions, please complete this form and email to office@brockworth-pc.gov.uk

Coronavirus outbreak

If you are self-isolating, do you have friends, family or neighbours who can provide your everyday needs?

If not, do you need help?

Do you know someone who needs help?

Brockworth Parish Council is organised to help those with no support.

01452 863123 or 07503 643963 (if there is no answer, please leave a message)

Email office@brockworth-pc.gov.uk 

Please do not give out any PIN numbers or bank details.

Remember to check in on your neighbours