Parish Councils are locally elected bodies responsible for a limited number of matters in their immediate area.
Quedgeley Town Council is the only Parish Council in Gloucester City and it incorporates the areas of Quedgeley and Kingsway.
Quedgeley Parish Council was created in 1894, as a Civil Parish Council, distinct and completely separate from the Parochial Church Council (which is responsible for St James’ Church). Parish Councillors are local people who are interested in protecting and enhancing the area in which we live or carry out a trade, profession or business. Elections are held every four years, with bi-elections as and when required should there be casual vacancies.
Quedgeley Parish Council voted to change its name to Quedgeley Town Council in 2017.
For more information go to Quedgeley Town Council website.
Ms J Webster, Clerk to Parish council and local representation
Office opening hours: Monday to Friday 9.30am to 2.00pm
9c The Old School House, School Lane
Phone: 01452 721552
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25 Church Drive
Home Phone: 01452 883282
Home mobile: 07966212775