Parish Council Meeting & AGM
May
20
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting & AGM

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Open Gardens 2019
May
26
1:30 PM13:30

Open Gardens 2019

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The biennial open garden day at Ramsden village will be held on  the Whitsun bank holiday weekend -Sunday May 26th  2-5 pm 2019! 

This popular event, including teas and plant stalls, will have up to 15 gardens open. Ramsden is a quintessentially Cotswold West Oxfordshire village situated between Witney and Charlbury. Residents interested in opening their garden or visitors requiring more information please contact opengardens@ramsdenvillage.co.uk .



HOW TO HELP

Plant Stall

Please start collecting plants (in pots) for the Stall and deliver to Alders Cottage (opposite Old Hall) –the home of Catherine Verity .She is kindly overseeing the plant stall. They can be left on the left hand side of the drive on a ledge. Please include plant name labels. You can contact her with offers to help sort and sell the plants or with plant delivery queries. (868107/veritycm@btinternet.com)

Teas

Please deliver cakes before May 26th to Holly Deans at 1, The Malthouse, High Street (opposite Middle Farm) or on May 26th to the Memorial Hall. (868645 deans.ramsden@btinternet.com)

Please contact Sally Miller (868764/sallyac.miller@gmail.com) with offers to help with the teas in the memorial Hall

All other Open Garden day queries to Helen Pennant Rea opengardens@ramsdenvillage.co.uk

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Fresh Air Sculpture 2019
Jun
16
to Jul 7

Fresh Air Sculpture 2019

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Fresh Air Sculpture 2019

Fresh Air, Fresh Art

16th June – 7th July 2019

 

Supported by 

 

 

The Old Rectory

Quenington

Gloucestershire

GL7 5BN

http://www.freshairsculpture.com/

@freshairsculpture

 

 

 

Fresh Air Sculpture is a contemporary sculpture show taking place in the extensive gardens of Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire from 16 June - 7 July 2019.  This biennial curated event prides itself on showcasing and selling unique sculptural pieces as well as decorative arts in a beautiful outdoor setting.  Expect the traditional and the experimental; from cutting edge exterior furniture design and ornate stone work, to the softest of textiles and the glamour of glass. Over 10000 visitors meandered the gardens in 2017, enjoying the flora, the artworks, the enchanting atmosphere, and the chance to relax with drinks and locally produced foods.

 

 

 

 

Fresh Air Sculpture 2019 will bring over 130 modern pieces of outside sculptural work to this Grade II listed building with its expansive organic garden, in a tranquil setting, with the River Coln running through.  2019’s exhibitor list can be seen here, with the final list being announced in March.  All works will be for sale with prices ranging from £50 – £50,000. 

 

Many installations are created specifically for the gardens, to encapsulate the quirky spirit of fun, creativity and history that comes together at Fresh Air Sculpture.  We’re looking forward to a ceramic installation across the river by Elaine Bolt, willow sculptures by Mary Butcher and Julia Clarke, a Beauty & the Beast Installation of eight glazed stoneware masks, two stone sculptures by Jitka Palmer, and Metamorphoman in white marble resin by John Williams (shown below).

 

 

 

 

The Pool House transforms into a contemporary craft gallery for the duration of Fresh Air Sculpture. The exhibition “From Where I’m Standing”, invites artist makers from across disciplines to interpret views. This may simply be a view that is returned to again and again, or perhaps from memory or even fleetingly glimpsed. Or maybe it is about taking a position or viewpoint.  The references will be varied and exciting with interpretations through clay, glass, metals, wood and cloth emerging to form unique collections for visitors to purchase. The full line up of Pool House Gallery exhibitors can be seen here.

 

Alongside the modern sculpture and craft, The Quenington Sculpture Trust runs an educational programme for schools, colleges and adults. The workshops for 2019 will be linked to The Pool House’s exhibition theme, ‘From Where I’m Standing’ and delivered to meet different age ranges and any special needs groups. School visits will include a tour of the exhibition, to include activities along the way, culminating in a one-hour hands on workshop.  Adult workshops will include working with collage, lettering, paper cut out and a textile-based print workshop.  

 

Glass Glamour is a three day show taking place in The Old Rectory from 21 – 23 June. Curated by Fiaz Elson, twenty-two selected artists will be shown including Colin Reid, Dante Marioni, Sally Fawkes, and Louis Thompson. Glass Glamour is exclusively by appointment only. 

 

 

 

Notes

Fresh Air Sculpture 2019

Fresh Air, Fresh Art

16th June – 7th July 2019

Open 10am – 5pm every day

Entrance £7.50, under 18s free

The Old Rectory

Quenington

Gloucestershire

GL7 5BN

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Parish Council Meeting
Jun
17
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jul
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Sep
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Nov
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Apr
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Mar
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Opera Dudes (in support of Ramsden Memorial Hall)
Mar
16
7:30 PM19:30

Opera Dudes (in support of Ramsden Memorial Hall)

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No ordinary operatic duo.

Wonderful voices and I laughed until I had tears running down my face

The powerful tenors Tim Lole and Neil Allen rip up the rule book with a bravura act encompassing everything from Mario Lanza to Les Mis...via Frank Spencer

The essence of an Opera Dude show is “Expect the Unexpected!” A glorious combination of top quality singing and music-making sit alongside slapstick comedy, ridiculous impressions and audience participation.

Tickets (including supper) £30
From Ian Walton 01993 868222
(Cheques payable to Cottage Opera Productions)

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Parish Council Meeting
Feb
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

meeting-1248055_1280.jpg

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Sherlock Holmes and the curious case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Hyde
Jan
2
7:30 PM19:30

Sherlock Holmes and the curious case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Hyde

“Dr Jekyl and Miss Hyde” (a play)



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A thrilling new comedy with multi role madness.

After the success of 2016’s ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’, the dynamic duo return to solve one of the Victorian age’s biggest mysteries.

7.30pm curtain

£20.00 Tickets available from Ian Walton 01993 868222

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New Year's Eve 2018
Dec
31
to Jan 1

New Year's Eve 2018

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Shake the moth ball from yer White Tie and Tails, Kilts, Mess kit, or just a DJ or Jeans.

Strut your stuff with a Scottish dance band (plus caller, for those with distant memories).

Remember to bow to the band after each dance (Unless, of course, we have Royalty in the room!).

Tickets available from Ian Walton 01993 868222

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Spectacle of Light at Sudeley Castle
Dec
8
4:30 PM16:30

Spectacle of Light at Sudeley Castle

Seasonal Sparkle! 

Experience the night-time magic of Sudeley through this beautiful new illuminated trail. Follow the White Rabbit and discover some of the amazing characters from Alice in Wonderland. Marvel at the glorious Field of Poppies, Meteors, Moroccan Lanterns and much much more!

Explore the new illuminated trail around the castle’s stunning grounds, marvelling at the majestic trees and romantic ruins all lit under the stars.

Sip festive warmers of Mulled Wine and Hot Chocolate along the way and tuck into scrumptiously festive food on the castle terrace.

Advanced tickets for the Spectacle of Light are available to buy online now, by phone on 01242 705 555 or in person at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.

Dates and Timings

Spectacle of Light returns on the following selected evenings:

8-9 December, 13-23 December, 27-30 December 2018

Each evening the Spectacle is a continuous experience with five entry time slots from 5:00pm onwards. This is designed to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the Spectacle in the best possible light.

When you book you can decide your time of entry subject to availability. It should be stressed that you must be at the entrance at the chosen time as tickets are only valid for that time and are not transferable.

A typical walk will take approximately 60 -75 minutes, although if you wish to stay longer you are very welcome.

Advance Tickets*

On The Day Tickets**

Adult 16+ £15.75Adult 16+ £17.50Child 3-15 £9.90Child 3-15 £11.00Family 2+2 £44.55Family 2+2 £49.50Under 3’s FreeUnder 3’s FreeDisability Carer FreeDisability Carer Free


*10% Discounted Advance Tickets are only bookable online, by phone or in person through the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.
**Full Price ‘On the Day’ Tickets are only bookable in person from Sudeley Castle Visitor Centre from 4.00pm on the day.
 

Advance Tickets are available to buy online now, by phone on 01242 705555 or in person at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.



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