Monday 24 December 2018

Happy Christmas and a successful New Year

Maisemore Parish Council would like to wish all residents a Very Happy Christmas and success in every endeavour in the New Year.

Details of Christmas waste and recycling collections are on the TBC website here

Please note that there is no food waste or brown bin collection on Thursday 27th, but please don't put food waste in your green non-recyclable waste bin.

Major planning applications

Site of the proposed
intensive poultry unit
A number of planning applications affecting Maisemore have been made recently - the notice received from Tewkesbury Borough Council can be found on the Planning page of this website, accessed from the menu above.  All relevant documentation is on the TBC website.

The two most signicant are an application for an intensive poultry unit north of the village (18/01162/FUL) and a housing development on Swinley Field, behind the village hall (Ref. No: 18/01202/OUT).

Swinley Field site for proposed
development of self-build
and affordable housing.
The Parish Council is hoping to arrange public meetings on both of these applications to obtain the fullest information and to gauge the views of residents.

As soon as dates for these meetings have been fixed, they will be posted on this website and a special edition of The Grapevine cotaining the details will be produced and ditributed.

Other current applications will be considered at the meeting of the Parish Council on Monday 7th January at 7.30pm in the committee room of the Village Hall.

Saturday 22 December 2018

Watch Out -there are burglars about!

Please be aware that several burglaries have taken place in the Maisemore area.

Entries have been made via smashing rear patio windows.
May I request that communities ensure that timer lighting switches are put on, alarms are set and that neighbours are vigilant for any suspicious activity. Particularly between the hours 4.00pm and 8.00pm.

Message Sent By
Alexandra Lawson (Police, PCSO, Tewkesbury)

Wednesday 19 December 2018

How many of these myths have you heard of?

Friday 7 December 2018

Police Zero Christmas Drink/Drive Campaign

Message Sent By
The Appeals Team (Police, External Communications Officer)

We want to hear from you if you have any information about habitual drink or drug drivers.
Our new online form is part of the Choose Zero Christmas drink-drug drive campaign and aimed at targeting the small minority of people who continue to get behind the wheel over the limit.

The more specific the information you submit the better and if you don't want us to contact you back we won't.

To report please visit:

If you are reporting someone getting behind the wheel drunk in real time that is still an emergency so please call 999.

Our roads policing unit and Special Constabulary will be carrying out patrols and operations throughout December and Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service will be giving educational talks throughout the county in the run-up to Christmas.