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Forthcoming Parish Council Committee Meetings

Agendas available for viewing under; The Parish Council - Agendas.

- EOM. Monday 25th April 2016 at 8.00pm

- Recreation Committee meeting. Friday 29th April 2016 at 2.00pm

- Commons and Hams Committee meeting. Monday 9th May at 7.00pm


The Queen's 90th Birthday Beacon

What a superb event this turned out to be. Thank you to everyone who ventured up onto Kempsey Common on Thursday evening. We have not seen so many happy faces for a long time. It was truly wonderful to hear the enthusiastic three cheers for Her Majesty.
Our thanks go to Edwards Motors at Baynhall and A&E Fire Equipment at Cheltenham for their support with our event.

Neighbourhood Development Plan

23rd February 2016

The Kempsey NDP document has been approved for public consultation. To read more about this, please view the NDP section under 'The Parish Council' heading above.

Lengthsman Retires

After 11 years of dedicated service as Lengthsman to Kempsey Parish, Mr Roy Clarke has now retired. Roy used to be seen working in all parts of the parish, in all types of weather conditions. He is now intending to relax and enjoy life with his wife Kate.
Roy is shown here receiving a gift of appreciation from your Parish Council, presented to him by Cllr Ann Smith, chair of the Environment Committee.

Roy is being succeeded by our new Lengthsman, Mr Simon Bott and Assistant Lengthsman, Mr John Watkinson.

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Kempsey round and about...

The Parish of Kempsey covers an area of 1307 hectares (3223 acres) - 5 square miles

There are 1352 households and 3180 people living in the parish

Included in the parish are the settlements of Kerswell Green, Broomhall Cottages, Green Street, Stonehall Common, Clerkenleap, Baynhall and Napleton.

People have lived and worked in Kempsey for more than 3000 years

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