Parish Councils depend on local people taking an interest in what happens in their community, whatever their background and local people standing as councillors can bring a wealth of knowledge and community understanding into the local team.Hucclecote Parish Council will be seeking nominations for 9 councillors at the elections on the 7th May 2015. If you are interested in becoming a councillor, or know someone who might just need some encouragement now is the time to act by contacting Sarah Moore, Clerk to the Council on 01452 612485 or by email to email@example.com
Hucclecote Parish Council will be holding Open Day sessions on Tuesday 24th March 2015 6.30 – 7.30 pm and Saturday 28th March 2015 11.30 – 12.30 at Pineholt Village Hall, Bird Road, Hucclecote.
The original parish council was formed in December 1894 and covered the whole area of Hucclecote. In April 1967, the construction of the M5 motorway effectively cut the parish in two; the part of Hucclecote below the motorway bridge towards Gloucester was taken into the boundary of Gloucester City. The remainder of Hucclecote stayed as part of the Rural District Council.
The Coopers Edge development is being built on the former airfield on land owned originally by Gloucester Aircraft Company. The E28/39 was tested here. A painting of this plane, by Mark Postlethwaite is on this web site . The Coopers Edge development will consist of 1900 homes,700 of which will be in our parish, a school, shops, community centre, public open spaces and sports facilities.Here is a map showing the Parish Boundary
The Hucclecote Discussion Blog is available to provide residents of Hucclecote the opportunity to discuss parish matters via the website. It is an area where you may raise questions or identify issues of a general nature that you feel may interest or affect our community. To contribute, simply drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, if you are responding to an existing discussion make sure you let us know what it is in response to.