Welcome to Cherington Parish Council

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Cherington (in Gloucestershire) is four miles north, north east of Tetbury. The village centres on a small green at the convergence of three roads leading to Tetbury, Minchinhampton and Cirencester. It has a population of around 110, in the village itself and a number of outlying farms and houses. Cherington has a 12th century church, a village hall, a cricket field and allotments. We have a very active community for such a small place; our annual Flower Show is a flourishing event and we share a monthly magazine, The Villager, with the neighbouring parish of Avening. The Parish lies within Cotswold District Council  (Tetbury Division) and Gloucestershire County Council.

The Parish Council meets seven times a year – the dates are available on the Events calendar page.

We have limited Grant Making capability. The guidelines are:

Our Data Privacy Policy and Notices are available on our Documents page. There is also a page defining the accessibility of the material on these pages. We can be contacted via the Contacts form on this website, or via the Parish Clerk:

Richard Smith: 07884 265117 during office hours, email: cheringtonparishcouncil@yahoo.co.uk

We have a welcome sheet for new residents here.