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Parish Council Office opening hours and contact methods

With immediate effect, the Parish Office, located at Upper Rissington Village Hall will be open to residents and members of the public as follows:

First full week of each month

Wednesday – Friday, 9.30 am – 2.30 pm

Second full week of each month

Thursday – Friday, 9.30 am – 2.30 pm

Remaining weeks

Monday – Friday, 9.30 am – 2.30 pm

Reporting concerns and matters

To help the Parish Council deal with matters efficiently, residents are reminded that:

  • Matters relating to waste collections, abandoned vehicles, noise, pets, pollution, litter and street cleaning, please report directly to Cotswold District Council: Report it – Cotswold District Council
  • Matters relating to highways, including traffic lights, street lighting and potholes, please report directly to Gloucestershire County Council: Your Highways – Report it – Highways
  • Enquires to the Upper Rissington Parish Council can be made in person during the office hours listed above, via telephone (01451 810839), by email to or using the Contact form on the website. Standard enquires will be actioned accordingly within five working days on receipt by the Parish Clerk.

We encourage you to join us at our monthly meetings; all approved agendas and minutes are available online.

If you have previously contacted us on a particular matter that you wish to escalate, please email and

2 thoughts on “Parish Council Office opening hours and contact methods

  1. Can I report a dry stone wall that has partly been demolished at the top of Mitchell Way Upper Rissington just before the roundabout.
    In the open space area there by the Kendrick Homes sign there is bricks, wooden pallets, and general rubbish that could of come from the site, that has just been left there.It is possible it has been demolished during the Kendrick Homes development. The damage is right next to their large yellow advertising board where one of their homes has been built.
    Who is going to be responsible for rebuilding it? It does need someone to visit the location.
    Thank you in advance.

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      Council Administrator

      Hi Nicholas, thank you for your comments. We’ll forward this to Vistry, who still owns the land next to the Kendrick Homes development, but as part of the final handover of Public Open Spaces, any damages will need to be rectified before handover completion. Should you have any further reports, please send them directly to

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