Debbie said "This is a very exciting opportunity for the village and I am proud to be part of it, there is huge potential for us to be able to own our premises and develop the shop"
Debbie said " The smiles on the children's faces was testament to how much they enjoyed the activities. I spoke to several of the parents and they told me how much their children enjoyed it and how it gave them a hour of 'me time' which is really important for them. This is a really important project
If you can offer to help please let Debbie know
Debbie said " I was amazed as I handed out leaflets how far people had come to visit the farmers market today, which is great news for our local economy. I was also delighted how many people wanted to help"
"It has been really encouraging the number of people who have been coming out in really horrid weather to attend these meetings" said Debbie. "The Parish Clerk, Christine and the Assistant Clerk Jackie have done an admirable job in arranging these meeting and providing refreshments " she continued
Debbie said " This is a great opportunity for parishioners to have their say about development, rather than predatory developers imposing on the parish"
Debbie is pictured here with her team, who developed George Pearce Mansions, a luxury older persons development which would certainly exceed the available budget. Back to reality and what could be achieved we decided that local schemes could raise money for a minibus and that it would it would be great if the council could buy mobility scooters for local residents to rent
Debbie pictured here with Gavin Bastyan, Head of Gloucester Services, has been a keen supporter of local produce, having organised the opportunity for people to sample local producers at Frampton Country Fair with Neil Carmichael, and again with Neil organise Gloucestershire goes to Westminster.
Producers who want the opportunity to have their products stocked on the Farm Shop or used in the cafes should contact Gavin on
firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know what they can offer.
Debbie said "I am really pleased to be able to help our local producers in this way. It is a fantastic opportunity for people to promote themselves and our fabulous produce"
Having worked on the Festival of Manufacturing and Engineering Debbie was very pleased to see numerous employers from this sector getting young people involved and interested.
Debbie said " It was great to meet up again with companies I have worked with in the past on the Festival and Jobs Fairs such as NKS. They take on local people to work locally to ensure that the kitchens they fit as of the highest standard. They also operate a fantastic apprenticeship scheme"