Ebrington Parish

Covering Charingworth, Ebrington, Hidcote Bartrim and Hidcote Boyce

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Ebrington Road Closure - Pedestrian Access

Ebrington Parish Council have been actively enquiring about pedestrian access through the current road closure near the Ebrington Rise development and GCC are advising that the footpath should be available to use by 4pm today (Thursday 30 July).

Posted: Thu, 30 Jul 2020 07:49 by John Vallance



The foreman of the Piper Homes Ebrington Rise development site has advised Ebrington Parish Council that in the near future they will be removing large quantities of spoil (soil and rubble etc.) from the site on instructions issued by the Enforcement Officer at Cotswold District Council.

This removal is from the area designated as "Public Open Space," which is to be returned to its original levels. More »

We are led to believe that all loading will be carried out on site and that the lorries will be using the main site entrance onto the Charingworth Road. Our understanding is that all lorries will then turn left and go through Charingworth to the Shipston Road.

The empty lorries will come back the same way and enter the site in the same way.

We have been told that no lorries will use Elm Grove.

Because of the large quantities of spoil involved, we are told that this removal will take a considerable amount of time and that it may start within the next ten days.

We do not know how this will fit in with the forthcoming road closure.

Piper Homes have assured Ebrington Parish Council that they want to keep any inconvenience to residents to a minimum, but at this time of year there may be more dust created and there may be more noise on site.

As such we would ask residents to be tolerant whilst this task is carried out.

We also expect the lorry movements to be weather dependant to avoid large amounts of mud being carried out of the site if conditions become wet.

We will endeavour to let you know the actual start date as soon as we are made aware of it.

If you have any comments or concerns regarding the details above please contact The Clerk to Ebrington Parish Council in the first instance and the Parish Council will then liaise with Piper Homes, if required, and respond accordingly. » Less

Posted: Mon, 20 Jul 2020 07:46 by John Vallance

Update from Jim & Clare at the Ebrington Arms

We have set up a 'track and trace' app. Drinkers can pop in for a table without pre-booking (wait to be seated at the door) but with people wanting to eat it is still best to book online here please www.theebringtonarms.co.uk/all-menus or by calling 01386 593 223.

As you probably know, we are closing on Mondays and Tuesdays to keep a staff bubble and running on a skeleton team. It is crucial that we get more bookings to enable us to bring more staff back to work as we are operating on 40% capacity which is not sustainable. We will be running the Government backed discount voucher scheme which we will only be able to put into use on a Wednesday – as spaces are so limited due to spacing please book up asap if you want to use them with us. More »

We have had some wonderful feedback from the new menu and all of the new safety measures we have implemented and customers have been very respectful. Thank you! We've also had some 'no shows' which sadly puts the pub and more people's jobs at further risk.

Fish and chips takeaway is still operating on a Friday which you can still book online or on the phone.

Sadly I can't stress enough that if the community wants to retain a pub in the village, it needs support from you all. We've put every penny back into the pub over the years. We received no grants, our business insurance is denying culpability (along with most of us in hospitality!) so please support us if you can. » Less

Posted: Thu, 16 Jul 2020 17:36 by John Vallance