Ebrington Parish

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EBRINGTON REMEMBERS VJ DAY 75 YEARS ON

EBRINGTON REMEMBERS VJ DAY 75 YEARS ON. 15TH AUGUST 2020

Hello Ebrington from Margaret and Pearl.

Today we celebrate the end of the Second World War with the surrender of the Japanese 75 years ago. Here we are in the middle of a coronavirus crisis having suffered months of extreme weather events and restrictions to our daily life. We find recorded history tells us how remarkably alike the years of 1945... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 15 Aug 2020 17:57 by Daphne Law

Tags: Ebrington history

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

Tags: News, Parish Council

PIPER HOMES – EBRINGTON RISE DEVELOPMENT SITE

MESSAGE FROM EBRINGTON PARISH COUNCIL

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... Read More »

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

Tags: News, Parish Council

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... Read More »

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

Tags: News, Services

Latest Ebrington Arms Menu

All orders can be placed here:

www.theebringtonarms.co.uk/all-menus

FISH & CHIPS FRIDAY

Fish & chips, tartare sauce - £10 (mushy peas £1 extra)

PUDDING - available all weekend! - Chocolate brownie (gluten free) or Sticky toffee pudding - £5

SATURDAY

All served with homemade pitta bread & salads - ALL £10

Slow cooked BBQ lamb shoulder, salad, pickled red cabbage, chilli... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 21:10 by John Vallance

Tags: News

District Council to launch Discretionary Business Grants on June 1

Cotswold District Council will launch the localised version of the Government's latest small business grant scheme on June 1. Applications will be open for two weeks and the council intends to make the first payments under the scheme during week commencing 22 June.

The scheme is intended for small and micro businesses that were not eligible for other support schemes with the exception of the Self Employed... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 31 May 2020 09:20 by John Vallance

Tags: District Council, News

New Saturday and 'for the fridge' menus from the Ebrington Arms

The Ebrington Arms has a new takeaway menu and now offers a draft beer collection service too! Click on the link below for the new menus.

Deliveries may be available in some circumstances - please contact the pub for more details.

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2020 19:07 by John Vallance

Tags: News

Takeaway Service Now Available from The Ebrington Arms

Yubby Takeaway has gone live and the pub are taking orders for Fridays (fish and chips) and Sundays (roast dinners). If it is supported they aim to continue it on a weekly basis until they can open again.

Order by 5pm Thursday for fish and chips on a Friday

Order by 5pm Friday for roast dinners on Sunday

More info on their website (link below).

Posted: Wed, 13 May 2020 12:51 by John Vallance

Tags: News, Services

New Free Online Learning Platform

The Parish Council wants to make residents aware of a new online learning platform launched by UK Government.

It is designed to help boost the nation's skills while people are staying at home.

Free courses are available through a new online platform hosted on the GOV.UK website, called 'The Skills Toolkit'.

The new platform gives people access to free, digital and numeracy courses designed to help build... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 08 May 2020 11:22 by John Vallance

Tags: News, Parish Council, Services

GCC: Public Q&A Session on COVID-19

Gloucestershire County Council have advised that members of the public can put their COVID-19 questions to a panel of Gloucestershire County Council leaders:

Sarah Scott, Gloucestershire's Director of Public Health

Cllr Mark Hawthorne, leader of Gloucestershire County Council

Pete Bungard, Chief Executive of Gloucestershire County Council

The Q&A session will take place on Thursday 7 May on our YouTube... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 05 May 2020 17:55 by John Vallance

Tags: News

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