Pathfinder Clear Energy – Proposed Solar Panel Farm, Off Stream Lane, Upleadon – view details from 6.30 pm, Upleadon Village Hall Thurs 9 June

Upleadon Parish Council is holding a meeting of the Council on Thursday 9 June 2022 at 7.00 pm at Upleadon Village Hall.

Pathfinder Clean Energy will be in attendance and will be giving a presentation of their proposals with regard to a Solar Panel Farm, Off Stream Lane, Upleadon.  Residents of the Parish are welcome to attend the meeting and will be given the opportunity to comment and to ask questions of Pathfinder Clean Energy following their presentation.

Pathfinder Clean Energy will be available from 6.15 pm at the Village Hall to meet with Councillors and residents and with the aid of visual display boards, discuss their proposals informally with them, prior to their presentation at 7.00 pm.

Hills Ford 3 Stages Closed Road Rally – 18 Sept 2022

The organisers of the Hills Ford 3 Stage Rally is holding a series of public meeting as part of their on-going communication in engaging with residents with regard to this year’s Rally which passes through the parish of Upleadon.  The meeting will be held in Upleadon Village Hall between the hours of 11.00 and 2.00 pm on  Saturday 7th May 2022 where details and information will given as well as the opportunity to ask questions/queries.  The draft stage map, provisional stage times and road closure times will be available.  If a resident has  a specific question or concern a member of the team would be happy to arrange specific time during the session to discuss in more detail if required.* Everyone is welcome.

*Please email Cheltenham Motor club on for specific meeting times and one of the organisers will get back to you.

Refurbished Footpath

The Parish Council is pleased that in conjunction with Gloucestershire County Council – Public Rights of Way and County Cllr Mrs Gill Moseley the footpath that runs between Gloucester Road and Forge Lane has recently been resurfaced.  Its prior condition with poor surfacing and overgrowing vegetation made it difficult to use but now its new surfacing and wider access make it much more user friendly.  The Parish Council contributed £700 towards the overall cost (including a grant of £325 which the Parish Council bid for, from Cheltenham Motor Club, following a Rally having taken place in the village last year).  Public Rights of Way contributed £1000, and Cllr Mrs Gill Moseley who visited the site and met with Parish Council representatives also contributed £2000 from her allocation of highway funding towards the project too.   Public Right of Way have many hundreds of public paths in Gloucestershire to maintain and have to prioritise which ones they are able to support.  Upleadon is fortunate to have received funding from them to refurbish this important path in the centre of the village which of course avoids having to walk around the Cross where traffic can be busy.


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – UK government response
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – guidance (Public Health England)
Advice on COVID-19 – Gloucestershire County Council
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Forest of Dean District Council

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