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Cam Parish Council

Serving the people of Cam

Parish Office

Clerk: Mrs Jenny Walkley
Parish Council Office, 4 Noel
Lee Way, Cam, Gloucestershire
GL11 5PS

Latest News

Play review of Woodfield and Cam Green play areas

The play areas at Woodfield and Cam Green are due to be improved. Public consultations were held last year to find out what the people of Cam wanted to see on these two areas. This information has been considered and now Cam Parish Council has gone out to tender to find the right play contractor to deliver a new and fresh concept.

Posted: Tue, 29 May 2018 11:02 by Jo Lewis

Tags: Information

Thank you from Cobalt Health!

Thank you from Cobalt Health!

Card sales at Cam Parish Council offices raised an incredible £150.00 for diagnostic imaging charity Cobalt.

Generous callers to the council offices bought the charity's up-cycled birthday and Christmas cards throughout 2017.

The Cheltenham based charity invests in equipment, research and education to ensure everyone has access to the best medical imaging possible.

A spokesman said: "Cam helped.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 05 Feb 2018 12:13 by Jo Lewis

Tags: News

Tree Charter

Tree Charter

More than one hundred people signed a tree charter at Cam Parish Council standing up for the UK's woodlands.

Led by the Woodland Trust, the Charter for Trees, Woods and People sets out how people and trees benefit each other and will guide policy and practice in tree protection in the UK.

Information sheets were displayed in the foyer of Cam Parish Council and 102 people signed to show their support. For every signature.. Read More »

Posted: Fri, 08 Dec 2017 11:08 by Jo Lewis

Tags: News

SDC Local Plan Review Consultation

SDC Local Plan Review Consultation

https://www.stroud.gov.uk/environment/planning-and-building-control/planning-strategy/stroud-district-local-plan-review

Physical constraints include the floodplain that runs along the River Cam, together with the topography of the valley sides to the east, and the Cotswold escarpment to the southeast and southwest. There are a number of listed buildings, primarily within Upper and Lower Cam. Westfield and Bownace Woods and Cam Peak and Longdown.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 08 Nov 2017 13:55 by Jenny Walkley

Tags: Planning

Flytipping at Rackleaze - Threat to pets and wildlife

Cam Parish Council has recently paid for the clearance of the drainage ditch at Rackleaze Nature Reserve due to the illegal fly-tipping of green waste causing the blocking of the ditch¸ damaging the habitat¸ and attracting rats.

Rackleaze Nature Reserve is home to many protected species including water vole¸ otter¸ and bats. The protected species must be taken into consideration with the pest control.. Read More »

Posted: Tue, 03 Oct 2017 09:37 by Jo Lewis

Tags: News

Award for long service as Councillor

Award for long service as Councillor

Cam Parish Council's Chairman made a presentation to Dennis Andrewartha at the Annual Public Meeting of the Council to acknowledge his seventeen years of public service to Cam.

Posted: Thu, 01 Jun 2017 10:20 by Tina Carter

Tags: News

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