Please find attached a notice regards our current vacancy on the Town Council. It explains that if 10 residents or more wish the vacancy to be filled by election then they need to write direct to Cotswold District Council by 22 August 2016. If an election is not requested then a new councillor will be co-opted. If you are interested in the vacancy please contact the clerk directly on clerk@northleach.gov.uk.

The town has two pubs: The Sherborne Arms[16] and The Wheatsheaf Inn.[17] There are also a food takeaway, a butcher, a baker, art and antique dealers and other shops.

The Stowell Park Estate is a private agricultural and sporting estate in the heart of the Cotswold Hills close to Northleach (2 miles) and to the west of the Fosse Way where it joins the A40. The Estate has been owned by the Vestey family since 1921. It extends over 5,500 acres of grassland, arable and woodland on both banks of the river Coln. There are very good inter-connecting public rights of way.

To help the public during this consultation we are sending a newsletter to all households in the District which explains the criteria for testing the Draft Submission Plan and how the key policies were set up in line with national planning policy requirements.

The Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul Northleach

Contact: Simon Rastall, Cafe Manager on 01451 861563 or email: lioncafe@cotswoldsaonb.org.uk

In 1961 a new restoration was begun, which includes seats designed by Sir Basil Spence and made by Gordon Russell. In the chancel Gibbs' 1871 east window was replaced by a modern one of Christ in Majesty made by Christopher Webb in 1963.[4] The church is now a Grade I listed building.[5] Its benefice is now combined with the parishes of Cold Aston, Compton Abdale, Farmington, Hampnett, Haselton, Notgrove and Turkdean.[6]

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Local community and arts organisation World Jungle is delighted to have received support from Gloucestershire County Council’s Children’s Activity Fund to run Summer Holiday Activity Programmes for children and families to enjoy in Bourton-on-the-Water, Northleach and Stow-on-the-Wold this August.

It is one of the few Gloucestershire primary schools with its own outdoor swimming pool.[15] The pool is open to the public for a small charge in the summer holidays.

Relaxing and enjoying the slower pace of life and indulging in the English passion for tea and cream cakes in the many tea shops in the nearby villages and ancient towns whilst soaking up the ambience of the 16th and 17th centuries.

The Church building is full of symbols and signs. There is the open Bible. There is the beautiful ancient font, for the celebration of our entry into new life in Christ. There are the altars, where worship is centred and life renewed. There is the universal Christian sign of the Cross – reminder of Christ’s living and dying for the world – and the mark of our discipleship. There is the great east window proclaiming Christ alive and glorious, for ever.

Northleach is a market town in Northleach with Eastington civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. The town is in the valley of the River Leach in the Cotswolds, about 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Cirencester and 11 miles (18 km) east-southeast of Cheltenham. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 1,854.[1]

You will also find inspiration for great places to discover and visit across the Cotswolds AONB such as historic and sites, gardens, wildflower grasslands, ancient woodlands plus the Cotswold Way National Trail which runs the length of the Cotswolds escarpment providing sweeping views for miles..

As well as beneficial, this class can be lots of fun with a few laughs on the way – please do join us.

Walking - the area is a walkers paradise with many beautiful walks across open Cotswold countryside.

Andrew Koj tending to his 'Genghis Khan' on the grill last night, the third of our Japanese Pop Up nights with... https://t.co/fb78cUZhW4

Northleach has two museums. The former House of Correction is now the Old Prison museum and visitor centre, also called Escape to the Cotswolds.[18] The World of Mechanical Music is a private enterprise that exhibits and trades in music boxes and other self-playing instruments.[19]

Welcome to the magnificent ancient Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul in the small Cotswold town of Northleach – often known as The Cathedral of the Cotswolds. We hope that our website gives you a sense of the atmosphere of this wonderful place, and encourages you to visit us in person.

Northleach Town Football Club has two teams, both of which play in the Cheltenham Association Football League.[20] Northleach Town Cricket Club has a first and second men's team, ladies' team and junior team. The first eleven played in the Cotswold District Cricket Association league until 2013, since which time it has played only friendly matches.[21]

Please find attached a notice regards our current vacancy on the Town Council. It explains that if 10 residents or more wish the vacancy to be filled by election then they need to write direct to Cotswold District Council by 22 August 2016. If an election is not requested then a new councillor will be co-opted. If you are interested in the vacancy please contact the clerk directly on clerk@northleach.gov.uk.

Our Cotswold shop within the cafe stocks a selection of local food and drink products and a range of unique hand-made gifts and art works. the shop also stocks maps, guides and books to help you explore the Cotswolds further.

Parliament passed the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834 and a poor law union based on Northleach was established in 1836. A workhouse was designed on a cruciform plan by George Wilkinson of Witney, Oxfordshire and built at the east end of the town.[2][10]

Walk inside the chilling cells and capture the feeling of being locked inside!

Please contact Rachel Cawte for further details: rachel.cawte@cotswoldsaonb.org.uk

Northleach

The Cotswolds Discovery Centre is housed in the grade II* listed Old Prison, a fascinating 18th century building and now a unique historic visitor attraction in the Cotswold market town of Northleach. The centre is also home to the Cotswolds Conservation Board, and the Cotswolds Dry Stone Walling Academy.

Sarah Dalby, Electoral Services Manager at CDC, comments: “This is your opportunity to choose the local PCC who you think will be the best choice to oversee policing matters in the county.  You must vote to ensure your views are represented, so please go out and vote on 5 May.”

The earliest record of the parish church is from about 1100.[2] Little from this period survives in the current Church of England parish church of SS Peter and Paul except some Norman masonry in the west wall of the lady chapel. The next oldest part of the church is a 14th-century cusped doorway on the north side of the chancel.[3]

As well as a range of events and activities available throughout the year, you can also book your own private group tour, guided walk or themed talk with a wide range of topics available.

From 1846 a division of the Gloucester county court sat at Northleach, initially at the King's Head Inn.[2] Under the Local Government Act 1894, a Northleach rural district was established in 1895 administering 29 local parishes.[2]

Please find attached a notice regards our current vacancy on the Town Council. It explains that if 10 residents or more wish the vacancy to be filled by election then they need to write direct to Cotswold District Council by 22 August 2016. If an election is not requested then a new councillor will be co-opted. If you are interested in the vacancy please contact the clerk directly on clerk@northleach.gov.uk.

For anyone wishing to know more about the candidates, details can be found on www.choosemypcc.org.uk.

The owner is Sam Vestey, 3rd Lord Vestey, the great grandson of 1st Lord Vestey, is the current head of the family and Chairman of the Vestey Group.

Part of the National Gardens Scheme - www.ngs.org.uk  Proceeds divided between Yanworth Village Church & Royal British Legion.

Peter training the team on new cured meats coming from @cannonandcannon to @WheatsheafGL54! https://t.co/FXaIZVLiZl

Most of the shops in Northleach are owned by independent proprietors – here you will find something for everyone from fresh bread and cakes, newspapers and magazines to specialist wines, fine quality meats and cheese, dolls houses and furniture, music boxes, cosmetics, cards and souvenirs. For those wishing to prolong their stay, Northleach has a number of establishments offering quality accommodation, plus a variety of eating places and public houses.

Please find attached a notice regards our current vacancy on the Town Council. It explains that if 10 residents or more wish the vacancy to be filled by election then they need to write direct to Cotswold District Council by 22 August 2016. If an election is not requested then a new councillor will be co-opted. If you are interested in the vacancy please contact the clerk directly on clerk@northleach.gov.uk.

The Wheatsheaf Inn is a Coaching Inn from the 17th century with flagstone floors, open fires & a warm feel. We have 14 luxurious boutique rooms all of which are ensuite with a bath or shower.

The Cotswolds Discovery Centre is housed in the grade ll* listed Old Prison, a fascinating 18th century building and now a unique historic visitor attraction in the Cotswold market town of Northleach.

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