Friday, 11 October 2019

Warning from Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Urgent notice - email scam awareness

 

Dear supporter,

Unfortunately, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust has been the victim of an email phishing scam today. Phishing scams are fraudulent attempts to obtain sensitive information by disguising themselves as a trustworthy entity in electronic communications.
An email has been recently circulated among our contacts with the subject: Dalma Zsalako shared “Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Ltd DOC” with you.
Please be aware that this email has not been sent by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and that your data remains safe. However, if you are a recipient of this email please delete it immediately and do not click on the attachment.
If you have opened the attachment we suggest running an anti-malware programme on your computer immediately.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused and rest assured that the security of your information is of utmost importance to us. We have acted on this issue immediately in order to prevent any further distribution of the email in question.
If you have been affected by the email and have any concerns, please get in touch at info@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

Message sent by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
 

Thursday, 10 October 2019

Neighbourhood Watch Review


Tewkesbury Borough Plan - My mistake!

The original caption on the plan of the Tewkesbury Plan housing allocation for Maisemore was incorrect.  The plan does NOT include the 'restored landscape area' of the Rectory Farm site within the village boundary.

This has now been corrected.

Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Have your say on Tewkesbury's Plan

Tewkesbury Borough Council wants to hear from the public about a crucial planning document - the Pre-submission Tewkesbury Borough Plan - before submitting it to the Government for independent examination.

The Plan provides detailed and locally-specific planning policies on issues in Tewkesbury Borough, such as housing, employment, retail, the urban and natural environment and transport. It also includes smaller-scale sites allocated for housing and employment development.
The housing allocation map for Maisemore shows the Bell House Farm site as an allocation and the Rectory Farm site as having planning permission.  The settlement boundary has been drawn in accordance with the Parish Council's submission. 


The plan feeds directly in to the Joint Core Strategy - the over-arching strategic planning document for Gloucester City, Cheltenham Borough and Tewkesbury Borough which sets out how much growth needs to be accommodated in the three areas and the broad strategy for how that growth will be delivered. 
 
The consultation will run for just over six weeks until  5pm on Monday, 18 November - any comments received after the deadline cannot be accepted.


To read more about the plan, the consultation process and to make comments, visit www.tewkesbury.gov.uk/boroughplan 

The plan is also available to view at the Public Services Centre on Gloucester Road in Tewkesbury, or at libraries and advice centres throughout Tewkesbury Borough.

Monday, 7 October 2019

Death of Brian Knowles

It is with great sadness that Maisemore Parish Council announces the sudden death of Brian Knowles over the weekend. 

Brian and his wife, Jocelyn, who died a few years ago, enjoyed a long retirement in Maisemore at their house in Church Rise - nearly 25 years. 

Besides being Parish Clerk for a period, Brian organised The Grapevine, our newsletter, for many years only recently giving up its editorial. 

He will be sadly missed.

Friday, 27 September 2019

Thefts of lead from church roofs


Sunday, 1 September 2019

Last of the Summer Wine

Maisemore Arts and Drama Society is to stage a production of Last of the Summer Wine on October 18th & 19th in Maisemore Village Theatre.

Tickets can be got from chrisjonesprojectoffice@gmail.com or by phoning 01452 52333.