Cam Parish Councillors - 2021
Cam is a large village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, situated in the Cotswolds close to the town of Dursley, north of Bristol and south of Gloucester.
The first written record of Cam is in the Doomsday book 1086-90. The original spelling was "Camma", Celtic and pre-Christian in origin, possibly meaning river in the valley. It is thought to have been the oldest village in the district.
Its history is closely associated with the woollen industry, with several old mills still in existence. There has been considerable residential development from the middle of the twentieth century and Cam is now a thriving community with a population of approximately 8,500 people, represented by a Parish Council with 16 members.
The Cotswold Way runs less than a mile from the village and it is proud to be the home of Cam and Dursley station.
Cam Parish Council assists to provide your local services. Our website includes much information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
Please be advised of the following temporary overnight road closures:
A4135 Draycott, Cam
This road will be closed (as per the attached plan) from the 23rd August 2022 to the 25th August 2022, between the hours of 20.00hrs and 06.00hrs each night.
Emergency and pedestrian will be maintained.
If you require any further information regarding this closure please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 09:22 by Jenny Walkley
What: Temporary Traffic Order to close the road for carriageway resurfacing
Where: 3/236 Church Road & Hopton Road, Cam. See overleaf for details of road closure.
When: For approximately 9 Days (excl. weekends) between the hours of 09:30 to 15:30
The PLANNED start and end dates are currently Monday 27th June to Thursday 7th July,
however keep an eye on the web page detailed below or the signs on site for any short notice
changes. More »
Our resurfacing programme is dependent on several factors. It can be affected by things like; heavy rain,
changes in temperatures and other weather events as well as plant breakdown and unforeseen technical
issues that arise once work has begun. All this means scheme dates and details can change at short
notice. We appreciate this is inconvenient, and we will keep our online schedule and our social media feeds
updated with more details if changes happen.
Find the most up to date scheme start and end dates and more information about this scheme via our:
- Website – www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/resurfacing
- Signs in the area
You can also check for any updates on our website or our social media platforms.
- - Facebook – Gloucestershire Roads
- - Twitter - @GlosRoads » Less
Posted: Fri, 17 Jun 2022 09:49 by Jenny Walkley
As a local elector, or an interested person, you have certain legal rights in respect of the accounting records of smaller authorities. As an interested person you can inspect accounting records and related documents. If you are a local government elector for the area to which the accounts relate you can also ask questions about the accounts and object to them. You do not have to pay directly for exercising your rights. However, any resulting costs incurred by the smaller authority form part of its running costs. Therefore, indirectly, local residents pay for the cost of you exercising your rights through their council tax. More »
The right to inspect the accounting records
Any interested person can inspect the accounting records, which includes but is not limited to local electors. You can inspect the accounting records for the financial year to which the audit relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, receipts and other documents relating to those records. You can copy all, or part, of these records or documents. Your inspection must be about the accounts, or relate to an item in the accounts. You cannot, for example, inspect or copy documents unrelated to the accounts, or that include personal information (Section 26 (6) – (10) of the Act explains what is meant by personal information). You cannot inspect information which is protected by commercial confidentiality. This is information which would prejudice commercial confidentiality if it was released to the public and there is not, set against this, a very strong reason in the public interest why it should nevertheless be disclosed.
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Posted: Sun, 05 Jun 2022 08:00 by Jenny Walkley