Grange Field - Credit Doug Cruden
Allotments in Charlton Kings - Credit: Doug Cruden
Charlton Park - Credit: Doug Cruden
WELCOME TO CHARLTON KINGS PARISH COUNCIL WEBSITE
Welcome to the Charlton Kings Parish Council website. We strive to make Charlton Kings a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
Our Parish Office is located at 26 Church Street, Church Piece, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 8AR. You can find a map of our Parish Office location on this website. You can also contact us on 01242 250087 or email@example.com
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Recent News items are listed below. If you want to access older News items, you can do this by using the link to the News page in the main menu.
COVID-19 UPDATE - April 2021
The Parish Office will re-open to members of the public from Tuesday, 4th May 2021. The Stanton Hall and Conference Room will remain closed for bookings until further notice.
Procedures for face-to-face meetings - May 2021
The legislation that permitted virtual meetings ended on 7th May 2021 so we are now required to hold all in-person meetings for Full Council and all Standing Committees. Members of the public are permitted to attend these meeting subject to the following points.
- The COVID-19 socially distanced capacity for the venue is assessed for each meeting, taking into account the number of Councillors and staff members who will attend the meeting. Access is given on a "first-come-first-served" basis and we cannot admit more than the stated number to the meeting.
- Members of the public who wish to attend the meeting must form a socially-distanced queue at the main entrance to the Stanton Hall (by the Library) until they are given access to the building by a Councillor or member of staff immediately prior to the start of the meeting.
- Members of the public must wear face masks at all times, unless exempt from doing so under current government legislation, and use the hand-sanitizer provided at the entrance. They will be asked to provide their name and contact details on entry.
- Members of the public must proceed as directed to their seat at the meeting and remain in it until the end of the meeting.
- A Councillor or member of staff will direct members of the public to leave, one-by-one, in a socially-distanced way at the end of the meeting.
- MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO FEEL UNWELL MUST NOT ENTER THE BUILDING. You must return home and follow government guidance.
- IF YOU ARE IN A VULNERABLE CATEGORY, OR OVER 70, YOU ARE ADVISED THAT YOU ENTER THIS BUILDING AT YOUR OWN RISK.
- If members of the public do not feel comfortable attending a face-to-face meeting they may submit any questions or comments in advance by 12.00 noon on the day of the meeting to the key member of staff for that meeting.
We have set up a designated page on our website - COVID-19 (Corona Virus) support - where we will posting information for residents. Cheltenham Borough Council has set up a web-page which provides advice and updates on the corona virus. There are also links to other sources of advice from the government and the NHS. https://www.cheltenham.gov.uk/coronavirus
The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 is Nature.
Nature is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it's almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world.
For Mental health Awareness Week, the Mental Health Foundation are asking people to Experience Nature, Share Nature and Talk About Nature.
For more information about this year's Mental Health Awareness Week visit mentalhealth.org.uk/mhaw or join the conversation on social media using #ConnectWithNature and #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
Posted: Wed, 12 May 2021 12:11 by Joanna Noles
The Police Community Van will be parked in Church Piece in Charlton Kings this Friday from 10am - 3pm.
Please come along to discuss any issues you may have, with our community police officers.
Posted: Wed, 12 May 2021 12:00 by Joanna Noles
For most of us, the biggest contributor to our carbon footprint is the energy used to heat and power our homes.
In this webinar, home energy experts from Severn Wye Energy Agency explore how to get our homes as close to 'carbon neutral' as possible, look at what support is available and consider how Charlton Kings residents can take action on climate change today.
Justine Mallinson, with support from Dan Millin, Severn Wye Energy Agency More »
Posted: Tue, 11 May 2021 14:41 by Joanna Noles