Clerk: Mrs Joanna Noles
26 Church Street, Church
Piece, Charlton Kings
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
GL53 8AR

  • Our office is open 10am - 2pm Monday to Friday.

  • St Mary's church

  • Ravensgate Common

  • Grange Field

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Latest News

Defibrillator Awareness presentation

Defibrillator Awareness presentation

Following the installation of the new Defibrillator outside the Stanton Hall in Church Piece, we were very pleased that so many local residents were able to attend the free Defibrillator Awareness presentation by South Western Ambulance Service that took place on 3rd June 2019. A PowerPoint of the presentation is attached for those who are interested by were unable to attend. We hope to run more Defibrillator Awareness sessions in future. If you have any questions about the Defibrillator, please contact the Parish Office on 01242 250087 or

Posted: Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:15 by Joanna Noles

Friends of Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common (FOLK) Newsletter - Summer 2019

Friends of Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common (FOLK) Newsletter - Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 Newsletter of Friends of Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common (FOLK) is attached. For more information about the work of FOLK please see their website at

Posted: Thu, 20 Jun 2019 14:16 by Joanna Noles

Keep Safe Gloucestershire Newsletter - Summer 2019

Keep Safe Gloucestershire has launched a new-look website which now includes a map of all the Keep Safe places across the county. They are currently developing an app to help vulnerable people find the nearest safe place, should they need help or somewhere to stay while waiting for a friend or family member to collect them. The website can be found at

A copy of Keep Safe Gloucestershire Newsletter, which includes a survey about the Keep Safe project, is attached.

Posted: Thu, 20 Jun 2019 14:07 by Joanna Noles