LECK­HAMP­TON & CHARL­TON KINGS

Gloucestershire Echo - - WHERE I LIVE -

Chel­tenham Bor­ough Coun­cil is think­ing of in­tro­duc­ing park­ing charges for sev­eral small free car parks and the one af­fect­ing this area is Church Piece where the li­brary is sit­u­ated.

The idea is to in­tro­duce the charges to prevent people stay­ing for long pe­ri­ods of time and to use the money to maintain the area.

The pro­posed charge will be £1 for up to two hours.

The coun­cil say that they wish to know what people think about this pro­posal and you have un­til to­day to ex­press your opin­ion on these pro­pos­als.

Send an email to park­ing­con­sul­ta­tion [email protected]­tenham.gov.uk

Ow­ing to un­fore­seen cir­cum­stances Mu­sica Vera Cham­ber Choir has had to can­cel its con­cert sched­uled for this Satur­day at St Mary’s Church, Prest­bury.

Their next con­cert will be on Satur­day, November 30, in St Matthew’s Church at 2.30pm to in­clude a per­for­mance of Vi­valdi’s Glo­ria.

Chel­tenham Mu­sic Fes­ti­val be­gins to­mor­row and con­tin­ues un­til Sun­day, July 14 with events at venues around the town.

Sue Ry­der Hospice at Leck­hamp­ton Court has a cof­fee morn­ing from 10.30am on Satur­day with freshly ground cof­fee and de­li­cious cakes made by vol­un­teers. All are wel­come.

Chel­tenham Mind, Body and Spirit Show is in the Pump Room from 11am5pm on Satur­day. Ad­mis­sion £4.

The show fea­tures in­spi­ra­tional speak­ers, holis­tic and al­ter­na­tive ther­a­pies, card reading, medi­umship and crafts and gifts.

Vale Wildlife Hospital and Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­tre is a char­ity that helps with any res­cued wild an­i­mal or bird which is in­jured and will try to re­pair wounds and re­ha­bil­i­tate them into the wild.

On Sun­day, July 7, they cel­e­brate 35 years of their vi­tal work with an Open Day from 11am to 4pm at their cen­tre, Sta­tion Road, Beck­ford.

There will be a dog show, stalls, tombola, arena events, food, bar, and chil­dren’s games.

St Peter’s Church is serv­ing sum­mer Sun­day af­ter­noon teas with home made cakes in the Cot­tage Gar­dens from 2.30-4.30pm.

On July 7 Eric Miller will give a talk on the stained glass win­dows in the church fol­lowed by re­fresh­ments.

The parish coun­cil plan­ning committee meets in the Stan­ton Rooms at 7.30pm on Monday. All wel­come.

The Georgian Spa Probus Club for men meets on Tues­day, July 9 at Sa­cred Hearts Church Rooms.

Jim Cooper will give a talk on The De­lights of Deco - a pre­view of an en­dur­ing style that still per­sists.

Mem­bers’ wives and partners are wel­come.

Contact Brian on 01242 672601 if you are in­ter­ested in join­ing the club.

Em­manuel Ladies Probus Club meets from 10am on Wed­nes­day, July 10 in Em­manuel Church Rooms.

He­len Plumb will give a talk called Just Gems.

Vis­i­tors and new mem­bers are wel­come, contact the sec­re­tary on 01242 262042 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Chel­tenham Horticultu­ral So­ci­ety meets on Thurs­day, July 11 at Cen­tury Hall, Bishop’s Road, Shur­d­ing­ton. Leila Jack­son will talk about Cam­pan­u­las.

The Re­gency Probus Club for men meets from 10am on Wed­nes­day, July 10 at Chel­tenham Bowl­ing Club for a talk by John Penny en­ti­tled Bal­loon­ing in the Bris­tol Re­gion 1784 -2008.

Contact Mal­colm Howes on 01242 515998 for in­for­ma­tion on how to join the club.

Gother­ing­ton Singers next con­cert, Sum­mer­time, is at St Ni­co­las Church, Swin­don Lane, Chel­tenham GL50 4PA at 7.30pm on Satur­day, July 13.

Tick­ets £8 to in­clude light re­fresh­ments (ac­com­pa­nied chil­dren un­der 12 free).

Contact 01242 620775 for tick­ets and more in­for­ma­tion visit gother­ing­ton­singers.co.uk

Keep Safe Glouces­ter­shire has launched a web­site which in­cludes a map of all the Keep Safe places across the county.

They are de­vel­op­ing an app to help vul­ner­a­ble people find the near­est safe place, should they need help or some­where to stay while wait­ing for a friend or fam­ily mem­ber to col­lect them.

The web­site can be found at keep­safe­g­los.org

The sum­mer 2019 News­let­ter of Friends of Leck­hamp­ton Hill and Charl­ton Kings Com­mon (FOLK) can be found on Charl­ton Kings Parish coun­cil web­site.

For more in­for­ma­tion about the work of FOLK please see their web­site at leck­hamp­ton­hill.org.uk » Rose Ash­ton 01242 262042 ash­[email protected]­in­ter­net.com

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