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The playground and exercise equipment in the Walnut Tree Field are now open for general use.

The play and exercise equipment & youth shelter have all be cleaned over the weekend. A regular programme of sanitation will be carried out going forward – however this is not a substitute for using hand sanitiser, regularly washing your hands and adhering to social distancing whilst using the equipment. Advisory notices have been placed on all the equipment.

Unfortunately, the portaloo has had to be locked as repairs are required, as a result of vandalism. We are working to remedy this situation.
Please use the playground responsibly. If local Covid-19 conditions change, and the Council is required to do so, the playground may have to be closed again.

Further information can be found on our website
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Phone Scam - Message from Glos. Constabulary.
We have received a report of a phone scam that is alleged to come from HMRC. The person states they have a claim number and you must press 1 to continue. Please hang up your phone at this point as you will be put through to someone who will try and gain your personal details and possibly bank details to obtain money.

Many thanks
PC 2201 Nick Westmacott
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The Former Coln House School consultation is now live. Please follow the link to view the plans. Comments can also be submitted via property@gloucestershire.gov.uk


Gloucestershire County Council are consulting on their plans for the former Coln House School site. The consultation goes live on Monday 29th June. All details can be found on the flyer below.

Please note that any comments made on Facebook do not form part of an official consultation response and will not be taken into consideration by GCC.

The plans can be viewed in person, by appointment, at the Community Centre. There will not be a representative from GCC at the Community Centre, so it is not an opportunity to discuss the plans, simply to view them and fill out a comment form. The same information can be found online. In order to reduce risk appointments will be reserved only for those with no internet access.
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Fairford Town Council would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has volunteered to help their fellow Fairford residents during lockdown. Although Central Government is lifting the requirement to shield for some people at the end of June, we would like to let all residents know that the volunteer scheme in operation at the moment will continue as long as people have need of it. So, if you are not ready, or able, to go shopping or collect prescriptions on July 1st, please don't worry. The help that has been there for you so far, is still there, thanks to the volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fancy some 6Nations rugby this weekend? Of course you do....pop along to the Fairford Cricket Club where we'll be screening all the games @FairfordCc

Good Morning #Gloucestershire - Due to the heavy rain, lots of surface water and flooded roads, driving conditions are challenging. Please drive adjust your driving accordingly and drive with due care and attention

Springfield Road #Quenington - Carriageway patching work taking place Weds 15th & Fri 17th May. A road closure will be in place 0700 - 1900 daily whilst the work is undertaken. A diversion will be in place for the duration of the work #yourhighways

We are seeking nominations for our Fairford Festival Young Ambassador 2019-20 to recognise and honour young people in our community who have gone the extra mile to make a difference. To find out more http://www.fairfordfestival.org.uk/fairford-young-ambassadors-programme/
#fairfordyoungambassador #inpsiringyoungpeople

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