Monday 29 March 2021

The Dog Bin has arrived!

The new long-awaited dog bin has now been installed at the village hall. 


Please use it. 


Please don't abuse it.

Please desist from hanging full bags on bushes!

Friday 26 March 2021

Increased traffic on 30 March 2021

Please note that there is a race meeting at Maisemore Park on Tuesday 30 March 2021 - traffic on the local roads will be significant.

Sunday 21 March 2021

Luke Chamberlayne - R.I.P.


It is with much sadness that we report the sudden death of Luke Chamberlayne on 6 March 2021, after surmounting the sixteen years of serious disability that followed his cycling accident. 

Luke died shortly after welcoming his new granddaughter Sophia into the world.


The private cremation will be on Monday, 29 March 2021. The cort├Ęge will leave Paddock House, by the Church, at 11am. You are invited to pay your respects on Church Road. Parking at the Business Centre.

The family is supporting two charities in his memory:

Great West Air Ambulance, which saved his life and Regain, the sports injury charity, which funded his specialised wheelchair and other exercise equipment. There are links to both below.

Great Western Air Ambulance -

Regain -

Thursday 4 March 2021

Wednesday 3 March 2021

Agenda for March Parish Council Meeting published

The agenda for the meeting of Maisemore Parish Council at 7.30pm on Monday 8th March has been published on this site here.

The meeting will be held via videoconferencing, using Zoom, in accordance with Section 78 Coronavirus Act 2020.

Residents are invited to give their views and to question the Parish Council on issues on the Agenda.  Additionally,they can, at the discretion of the Chairman, raise issues for future consideration. There will be a time limited of 10 minutes in total  for the public participation section.

If you want to attend, please register in advance for this meeting at


Tuesday 2 March 2021

Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter

From Community Alerts:

Our News Newsletter - March Edition

We are pleased to share our March OUR NEWS newsletter, created by Neighbourhood Watch Network (the umbrella organisation for Neighbourhood Watch across England and Wales) for all Neighbourhood Watch supporters - from households to volunteers. The newsletter can be viewed by clicking on this link:

This month we look at cyber-based scams, including phishing emails and sextortion. We include a reminder of our Community Grants Programme which is ending soon and look at Census 2021 which is coming to all households on the 21st March. We also hear from a Coordinator in Derbyshire who began his scheme in April 2019 and now has 71% of his village signed up as members!

With all of the above and much more, we hope you enjoy reading our newsletter and would love to hear from you on what you would like to read more of. Please send your suggestions to

Kind regards