Brimpsfield is a village in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, nestling between Gloucester - (9 miles), Cirencester - (9 miles) and Cheltenham - (7 miles). It prides itself on being a village community, (with its own Celtic stone circle) and is inclusive of all, both young and old. There are 94 dwellings in the village with a population of approx 221 and in recent years Brimpsfield has 'grown' by the influx of young families with their children (and animals!) whilst enjoying the support and care of the more established members of the community.
Temperature: 13.7 degrees celcius
Humidity: 62 percent
Current conditions: Overcast and a cold wind.
Forecast: Sunny and a moderate breezes.
A first quarter moon rises around noon and sets around midnight. It's high in the sky in the evening and makes for excellent viewing. Now most of the Moon's dayside has come into view, and the Moon appears brighter in the sky.
Click below to access the latest Garden Society Newsletter and an invitation to visit the Hidden Gardens of Frampton on Severn
District Councillor Julia Judd's Monthly (May) Report available now on the Breaking News Page. Julia Judd apologises for its lateness - the election held it up and also she wanted to wait until the Planning Inspectorate Inquiry Webinar links were all published.
Click below to find out the breaking news in and around Brimpsfield. Please inform us of any up-to-date information so that we can serve the Community as best we can.
Please click on the link below for names and addresses of possible useful contacts. This list is created from the Whatsapp group's experiences of various trades people and services. The list is provided as a useful guide but for legal reasons cannot be endorsed by the owners of the website
Helping Old Friends Cirencester provide companionship and support to adults in their own homes or out in the community. We can set up regular visits with a dedicated companion who will listen, help with the odd jobs that have become a struggle and most importantly be there for you. We support individuals with housework, shopping, preparing meals, help to attend appointments or groups, light gardening, social support and so much more. Please call Lauren on 01285 701801 email firstname.lastname@example.org visit our website https://www.helpingoldfriends.co.uk/cirencester.htmlfor more information about how we can help you or your loved one.
Please call Lauren on 01285 701801 email email@example.com visit our website https://www.helpingoldfriends.co.uk/cirencester.htmlfor more information about how we can help you or your loved one.
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The Village Bar is open from 6.00 - 9.30 pm. The Bar Rota can be viewed on the Village Hall page. Currently we are looking for volunteers to help run the bar. For further information please visit the Village Hall page.
Come along and enjoy good company, some wine and other alcoholic as well as non-alcoholic beverages.
Free internet - wi-fi access available.
Thanks to Sammie Swinford who performs and narrates in & around the village
Thanks to Martin Smith for his hard work in drawing together a Brimpsfield Village Map that is displayed on this website with a copy on the Village noticeboard and in the Telephone Kiosk.
Richard Shelley has kindly added the
GPS coordinates to aid delivery drivers and How to use them
NB - Owners' names are not be displayed
A plea to dog-walkers in the village, (as well as visitors to the village), to CLEAR UP AFTER THEIR DOGS - something that should always be done, but particularly at this time when more people are out walking and taking exercise and when we all need to heighten our hygiene standards in general. There is no excuse for not clearing up after your dog; the Parish Council has provided sufficient dog bins in and around the village that are regularly emptied.
There is an argument that we should not report our potholes in and around the village to slow down the 'rat-runners however if you wish to report pot holes please
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