Information regarding the CATS day (Climate Action Thornbury Group) can be found here:
The following online consultations may be of interest to you:
Severn Beach - Ableton Lane - Proposed Zebra Crossing
Easter Compton - Hollywood Lane
Trees For Olveston Parish
Making Space for Wildlife are looking for Parishioners to help with their project which intends to increase tree planting in the village. If you would like to get involved information can be found here:
Severn Bridge Road Race
Information regarding the Severn Bridge Road Race can be found here:
Traffic and Parking Minutes
The minutes for the Traffic and Parking Meeting held on the 15th July 2019 can be found here:
Planning Review Update
The results of the planning and enforcement survey completed earlier in the year can be found here: https://www.olvestonparishcouncil.gov.uk/index.php/meetings-minutes/published-documents/misc/planning-reviews-ctsp-members-and-tpc-update-july191-pdf/detail
OPC Meeting Dates for 2019/2020
Information regarding forthcoming dates for Parish Council meetings can be found here:
Monthly Open Surgeries - 3rd Saturday of each month 10.30am-12.00noon, Olveston Methodist Hall
The next dates are:
18th May 2019
15th June 2019
20th July 2019
17th August 2019
21st September 2019
19th October 2019
Information regarding the return of result of uncontested election can be found in the 'News and Information' section.
District and Parish Elections - 2nd May 2019
The District and Parish Notices of Election for the 2 May 2019 polls can be found here:
These notices will be published in South Gloucestershire One Stop Shops, at SGC election office and on the SGC website
ANNUAL PARISH ASSEMBLY
The Annual Parish Assembly will take place at Olveston Parish Hall on Tuesday 2nd April at 7.30 pm
This year the meeting will have a new format. The Annual Assembly should be viewed as an opportunity for The Parishioners to enquire and / or question the activities of the Parish Council. It should also be the forum to promote the many varied clubs and activities which regularly take place in the Parish. During the month of March, The Council will be approaching a number of organisations to enquire whether they would like to take part in the meeting by showcasing their club / activity for the benefit of their fellow parishioners. We would suggest the presentations should take a maximum of 10 minutes.
The evening will commence with the Chairman’s report and a review of the year. This will be followed by the Financial Report presented by our new Parish Clerk, Malcolm Evans.
The evening will conclude with refreshments.
The Olveston Parish Council look forward to welcoming you on Tuesday 2nd April
Pat Savage – OPC
Olveston Parish Council will be closed from the 24th December - 2nd January 2019. We would like to thank all of the Parishioners for their support in 2018. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you in 2019.
The Council is required to carry out regular reviews of its polling districts and polling places to ensure that all electors in the South Gloucestershire Council area have such reasonable facilities for voting as are practicable and to ensure that polling stations are accessible to all electors. The latest information can be found in the News and Information section of the website.
Olveston Parish Council is committed to working for the good of the whole of Olveston Parish and wants to hear your views on what we should be doing to support the local community. All your ideas are welcomed. Please take a moment to explore this site.
Olveston is an Ancient Civil Parish with records of overseers going back to the early 1700’s, the Parish Council was formed under the Local Government Act 1894 and serves the villages of Olveston and Tockington, and the hamlets of Old Down, Awkley, Ingst, and Lower Hazel.
Parish and Town Councils are the first tier of Local Government in this country. As such, on many issues, Olveston Parish Council is the best first stop for information and guidance. We are in direct communication with the District Council, and liaise with them on many matters impacting on the Parish. There is a huge variety in what the Parish Council has to do and we welcome anyone who wishes to help in making the Parish the best place to live. If you have the time and the passion, we are always looking for volunteers
This is the first standalone website for Olveston Parish Council, being a priority in our aspirations for greater communication with the residents we represent. We hope this will provide a greater insight of councillor’s roles and responsibilities, whilst keeping the community better informed about issues that may affect them.
Thank you for visiting our website, we hope you enjoy browsing.
Your input into the website is warmly welcomed and crucial so that we can provide you with the information you need. Tell us what you like and dislike, what other information and facilities you would find useful and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, along with the work of the Parish Council in general. Please use the "Ask A Question" form.
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