Helping to Improve our Neighbourhood Together

 The Beeches Community Group is a voluntary group formed to look after the  interests  of the residents of the Beeches ward.  We are here to support all  residents in the Beeches Ward, respond to local needs, improve the Cirencester  community we live in  and our meetings are open to EVERYONE.

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Plans to build up to 400 new homes in Cirencester revealed by Pegasus Group

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Outline consultation stage ahead of a significant planning application for 400 houses on the large open fields south of Kingshill School. Cirencester Town Council objected and opposes this development, as it removes the loss of green space between Preston village and Cirencester.…/1-september/h0551_10econsultation…


Candyfloss with the Beeches Community Group

Volunteers of all ages from the Beeches Community Group recently supported the Watermoor Primary School Summer Fete held on Saturday 9th July, 2016. Using their own Cotton Candy Machine they served fresh candyfloss to over 120 happy children and parents attending the fete. The rain held off for the afternoon and the Summer Fete was a great success for the Beeches Community Group and they wish to thank the Watermoor Primary School Governors for their invitation to attend the event.


Neighbourhood Watch 

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'Free after Three' in Cirencester throughout 2016 

Cotswold District Council have extended their ‘free after three’ scheme for 12 months in the Brewery and Forum car parks in Cirencester.

The offer was due to end at the end of February, however, acknowledging that there will be some disruption in the centre of Cirencester during the Market Place refurbishment, Councillors have agreed that it would be beneficial to extend the offer at the Brewery and the Forum car parks until the end of February 2017.


Beeches Community Group & Local Councillors volunteer to lay gravel path in Beeches ward 


Below is an extract from a recent article published by the Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard on the 29th January following member of the Beeches Community Group volunteering to support Cirencester Town Council workers to upgrade the path. 

"TWO Cirencester town councillors have mucked in to help lay a gravel path in Beeches ward following recent bad weather.

Councillors Nigel Robbins and Stuart Tarr gathered a team of volunteers, after persuading the council to fund the laying of a special gravel mix surface to a footpath near the old railway line, after complaints from residents it had become difficult to walk on.

Stuart Tarr, councillor for Beeches ward, said: “The council has received a number of complaints from local residents regarding the mud and puddles on the pathway."

A copy of the full article can be found at the following link: W&GS Link 


Community Speed Watch Training

CIf you wish to train and join the Beeches Community Speedwatch Group please email: Keith Handley 




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