Map Highlights Fly Tipping in The Cotswolds

Cotswold District Council’s Environmental Services team has recently produced a map that shows locations in the District where fly tipping is most prevalent, with the aim of enlisting the public’s help to crack down on illegal dumping ‘hot spots’.

[Note a red pin on the map near Upper Rissington.]

The Council is urging local residents to study the map and be extra vigilant in the areas marked with a red pin, reporting any suspicious tipping activities to the Council whenever possible.

Cllr Andrew Doherty, CDC’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for tackling fly tipping, explains: “Cotswold District, covering 450 square miles, is one of the largest districts in the country making it difficult to guard against determined fly tippers. We hope that highlighting the areas where this is more common will enable local residents to help identify these criminals and reduce the impact on their environment.

“No-one should put themselves in danger, but it is always useful to be vigilant for suspicious tipping activity. You should inform the Council about suspicious activity ASAP by calling on 01285 623123 or via our online form. The more detail you can provide the more likely it is to have results.

“We are grateful for the help we receive from residents to combat this unacceptable crime, and hope that this new map will generate even more referrals. Rest assured that if we can trace and identify offenders, we will always take steps to prosecute them.”

Via press release from Cotswold District Council on 28/05/19

Your Invitation to the Annual Parish Meeting 2019

The date has been set for the Annual Parish Meeting, which will take place on Wednesday 29 May, starting at 7pm in the Village Hall.

Over the past few years, this meeting has been used as an opportunity for local groups to give a report on their activities, and for residents to learn more about what’s happening around the village. Police, county, district and parish council will give a short review of the past year. It also provides a greater opportunity to discuss local issues with council members in a more informal setting.

The meeting is open to all local electors in the parish of Upper Rissington, and we look forward to welcoming you. Please join us for light refreshments from 7pm, with presentations starting at 7:30pm.

The agenda for the meeting is attached.

Theft Of Garden Furniture #UpperRissington

Message from the Neighbourhood Policing Team on 16 May:

Police have now received two reports of theft of garden furniture in Upper Rissington.

The first was reported on 07/05/19 and we have now received another overnight 15th May.

Police are asking residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity in the Upper Rissington area.

Anyone with any information is asked to call 101 quoting incident 444 15/05/19

Many thanks
PC 2201 Nick Westmacott
Stow Neighbourhood Policing Team

Schedule Of Parish Council Meetings For 2019-20

Parish Council meetings are normally held on the second Wednesday* of every month in Upper Rissington Village Hall, starting at 7:30pm.

Council meetings are open to the public and residents are welcome to attend. There will be a public session with an opportunity to ask questions near the start of the meeting.

 

Month FULL COUNCIL
May 2019 Wednesday 15th
June Wednesday 12th
July Wednesday 10th
August Wednesday 14th
September Wednesday 11th
October Wednesday 9th
November Wednesday 13th
December 2019 Wednesday 11th
January 2020 Wednesday 15th *
February Wednesday 12th
March Thursday 11th
April Wednesday 15th *
Annual PC Meeting (May 2020) Wednesday 13th

* meeting date is a third rather than a second Wednesday
# date has been changed

Schedule last updated on 16/05/2019.

To submit a question or motion to the Council, please email clerk@upperrissington-pc.gov.uk.