On Thursday 8th September, stage 5 of the Tour of Britain will roll through Cinderford. Travelling in from Speech House, the race will ride up St Whites Road before heading down through Littledean. There will be around 120 of the world’s top professional cyclists taking part in the race including Mark Cavendish riding for Dimension Data.… Read More»
Our annual Governance Statement for 2016 including our Accounting Statements for 2015/16 can be seen in the download below.
Notice of Date of Commencement of Period for the Exercise of Public Rights Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2016 Sections 26 and 27 of the Local Aufit and Accountability Act 2014 provide for: Any person interested has the opportunity to inspect and make copies of the Annual Return and all books, deeds, contracts,… Read More»
Cinderford Town Council is very disappointed with the manner in which the Forest of Dean District Council have handled the Lease arrangements for the Triangle. Following original negotiations/meetings regarding the terms of the Lease, the Town Council had been given to understand that the Lease would be re-drawn, or the possibility of the freehold of… Read More»
Cinderford Town Council would be totally against Hydraulic Fracturing for Unconventional Hydrocarbons. While we are led to believe that no shale beds lie underneath the Forest of Dean, the fact remains that drilling could take place for Coal Seam Methane if licences were issued, which of course would be subject to the planning process at… Read More»
Following the article in the Gloucester Citizen, on Friday 6th November 2015, and the article in The Forester on Wednesday 11th November 2015, releasing information that Charles Dave Harvey had been accused of sexual offences, the reports state that a statue of Mr. Harvey was on display in the centre of Cinderford. Cinderford Town Council wishes… Read More»
The new Christmas lights from Gloucester City Council have arrived in Cinderford. Town Council workmen, Councillors and staff from Partington Engineering unloaded the lights in to the Council Chamber. Larger displays would not fit through the doors and will be stored elsewhere in the town until fitting commences in the coming week. Cllr Mark Turner thanked… Read More»
Residents in Steam Mills perturbed by speeding traffic are taking matters into their own hands by monitoring the speed of vehicles travelling through the village. If you have driven through Steam Mills this week you may have seen locals in high visibility jackets using speed detectors. Steam Mills Community Speed Watch has been set up… Read More»