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

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.

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Latest News

Christmas Light Switch on!

Christmas Light Switch on!

Cam Parish Council Chair, Christina Carter will be lighting up Cam for Christmas on Saturday 30th November at 4:30pm.

It will be a low key affair this year but festive nonetheless.

Join us at the Cam Parish Council office, 4 Noel Lee Way.

Posted: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 12:22 by Jenny Walkley

Replacement fencing at Jubilee Playing Fields

Replacement fencing at Jubilee Playing Fields


Cam Parish Council is inviting quotes to install a new length of fencing at the rear boundary line of Jubilee Playing Fields in Cam. Map and photograph attached. This fence to be to the following specification:

  • The existing chain link fencing has largely collapsed and needs to be removed and scrub cleared, avoiding any young trees growing within the growth.
  • The line to be fenced measures approximately 160 metres, but this measurement must be checked. The fence is to go from the corner of the site to the stile.
  • The boundary is marked by a barbed wire fence which belongs to the farmer who owns the land behind Jubilee Playing Fields. This barbed wire fencing must not be touched, but the new fence is to be erected immediately in front of this.
  • The fence to be either:
  1. 900mm galvanised chain link fencing with straining wire and galvanised angle posts, or
  2. Pressure treated post and rail fencing, 2 rails.
  • All old fencing and scrub to be removed and the site left clean and tidy on completion.

Quotes to be received by Monday 18 November. More »

For more information or to arrange a visit to site ring on 01453 548884 or » Less

Posted: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 10:42 by Jo Lewis

Froffy Coffee comes to Cam

Froffy Coffee comes to Cam

A NEW business has been set up in Cam, with Froffy Coffee taking over the reins of the Berry Blue café on Noel Lee Way.

New owner Cia Trevell had been managing Berry Blue for more than a year when the opportunity arose to fulfil her dream and take on the café as her own. She has worked in cafes in Cam and Dursley for the past 15-years and has always wanted to have her own business.

Cia said the café was a family affair, with her husband, John, being joint owner and their sons involved with the design of the logos and social media. More »

Photograph shows, from left, Chair of Cam Parish Council, Christina Carter, shaking hands with new owner, Cia Trevell, with Froffy Coffee staff Charly Pain, Megan Westaway, Jane Simmonds, Gail Leyfield, Emma Harris and John Trevell. » Less

Posted: Fri, 25 Oct 2019 13:11 by Jo Lewis