LOCATION AND HISTORY
Hillesley and Tresham is a rural parish on the western ridge of the Cotswolds. It is about twenty miles north west of Bristol and three miles south of Wotton Under Edge. It was formed in 1991 when part of Hawkesbury parish was transferred back to Gloucestershire from Avon.
Hillesley and Tresham parish is made up of Hillesley, Tresham, Lower Kilcott and Upper Kilcott settlements. It also includes outlying houses and farms. Walkers on routes of the national trail, The Cotswold Way, and the long distance footpath, The Monarch’s Way, pass through the parish.
Exercise of Public Rights; inspection of accounts for 2019-2020
Meetings during the Lockdown period for Covid 19
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 3rd November at 8.00 pm by Zoom. Please apply to the clerk for session login.Hillesley and Tresham PC Agenda November 2020
Sept 2020 minutes (The main elements of the October meeting were rescheduled to November due to a combination of IT and covid reasons).
A meeting of the Parish Council was held on 13th October 2020 by Zoom. Hillesley and Tresham PC Agenda October 2020
A meeting of the Parish Council was held on 15th September 2020. Hillesley and Tresham PC Agenda September 2020
(July minutes were approved at the September meeting)
The council held a monthly Parish Council meeting for July on Tuesday 14th July at 8.00 pm. This meeting was held via Zoom. Please find the agenda attached: Hillesley and Tresham PARISH COUNCIL Agenda July 2020
Parishioners are invited to attend the Parish Council meetings via Zoom. Meeting ID details will be sent by email from the clerk: Please contact her at: email@example.com
The Parish Council purchased a defib for the benefit of the community in 2019. This is located outside The Fleece Public House on the main road in the centre of Hillesley.
Further details of the defib specification can be found (in due course) under the Information sub section of this site.
Please find policy attached: Grants Policy (FINAL) (2) for web
The parish council would welcome applications for grants from groups working to help the community due to the COVID-19 crisis.