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Sunday 25th August 2019

Live Music - Broken Vinyl
The Swan, Tytherington

Join us bank holiday weekend with live music from acoustic duo Broken Vinyl, hopefully in the garden and in the sunshine!


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Tytherington's shop and post office are run by the community for the community, and thanks to the hard work of volunteers, have been thriving for over 20 years.

Click here to download the latest information leaflet, published in 2019, and see the directory below for a link to the Shop's page on the Tytherington Parish Council website.

Another Local Charity Benefits from Cotswold Homes' Success

A Thornbury-based charity dedicated to providing support for anyone affected by any type of brain tumour is the latest to benefit from sponsorship support by the South Gloucestershire housebuilder Cotswold Homes Ltd. Currently the firm is building two-bedroom bungalows and three- and four-bedroom high-specification detached homes just minutes away in Tytherington where almost half of the new properties in the first phase of The Paddocks development are already sold.

Terri Hayes-Pugh (left) hands Cotswold Homes’ donation of £1,000 to Tina Mitchell Skinner, founder of the Thornbury-based charity Brain Tumour Support

Brain Tumour Support (BTS) – which assists patients, their families and carers – provides a mix of specialist counselling and tailored services. They include assistance in person, online and by telephone provided through a support team which includes nine regional BTS workers. They also facilitate 23 support groups which meet on a monthly basis across the country.

The charity’s founder, Tina Mitchell Skinner, reports that more than 100,000 people in the UK currently are living with a brain tumour.

‘The effects of a brain tumour diagnosis can be devastating to the patients and everyone around them,’ she says. ‘On behalf of all the patients and families we support, we say a big thank you to Cotswold Homes for the firm’s generous £1,000 donation. It will be used to help to fund a Regional Support Group meeting as well as information packs for newly-diagnosed patients.’

Volunteers working with the charity recently received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award given to groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work in their communities. BTS is the latest charity to be assisted by Cotswold Homes in recent months. Others have included Jessie May, a charity which provides hospice-at-home care for terminally ill children, and Macmillan Cancer Support.

Details of the properties available to buy at The Paddocks can be seen in Cotswold Homes’ marketing suite in the car park of The Swan at Tytherington in Duck Street. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, it welcomes would-be buyers keen to learn what is planned, ask questions about the new homes available, see the range of floor plans and finishes on offer and find out about financial assistance which may be available.

‘The popularity of our homes – underlined by the speed at which buyers snap them up – enables us to put something back in ways which assist local communities in the areas where we work,’ says the company’s sales and marketing director Terri Hayes-Pugh.

‘Many are attracted by the concept of brand new, low-maintenance homes with contemporary features and benefits as well as the financial support available through the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme,’ she said.

The scheme – which is not just for first-time buyers – enables buyers to purchase with a deposit of just five per cent deposit. (Terms and conditions apply)

Also appealing to buyers is Cotswold Homes’ popular GameChanger package which, subject to terms and conditions, can assist with moving costs, as well as the firm’s no-hidden-extras policy.

Explains Terri: ‘We offer great value for money; our purchase price includes integrated appliances – oven, hob with a feature hood, fridge-freezer, washer-drier and integrated dishwasher – as well as contemporary vinyl flooring in some areas of the home. Chrome towel rails and a wealth of other features are standard.’

She added: ‘For those reserving in the next few weeks there is a chance to personalise their new homes from our lovely range of customer selections.’

Plans and full details are available to view now in the new marketing suite. Alternatively call Cotswold Homes on 07790 501351, Milburys on 01454 417336 or visit www.cotswoldhomes.co.uk/developments/paddocks.

Advice is available on the Help-to-Buy scheme at www.helptobuy.gov.uk and on Cotswold Homes’ GameChanger package at www.cotswoldhomes.co.uk.

To find out more about Brain Tumour Support, click here.

Cotswold Homes Sponsors Tytherington Rock Concert To Boost Fundraising For Church Repairs

RockPipes – described as ‘a Celtic rock band with a difference’ – will make its Tytherington parish church debut in September with sponsorship support from local housebuilder Cotswold Homes Ltd, which is constructing new homes in the village.

The group of local professional musicians typically play a mix of rock classics from Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Abba and Coldplay to traditional Scottish and Celtic numbers. Their programme at St James Church will be adapted to match the make-up and mood of the audience.

‘This will be a night to remember,’ predicts the event organiser Roger Bellis, who says the church is keen to be known as a community concert venue as well as holding church services.

Concerts are regarded as just one of several ways to raise the £5,000 needed to relay the churchyard path and rebuild the retaining wall.

Building work at The Paddocks, Cotswold Homes’ development of two-bedroom bungalows and three- and four-bedroom high-specification detached homes in the village, is continuing apace with almost half of the new homes in the first phase of the development already sold.

Tickets for the RockPipes concert at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 21 (£12.50 and £8 for 16 and under) are available from Tytherington Village Shop. Alternatively call 01454501431 or email to find out more.

High Level of Interest in Tytherington's New Homes Prompts Marketing Suite to Open Seven Days a Week

Interest in The Paddocks – Cotswold Homes’ new development in the South Gloucestershire village of Tytherington – is so high that the housebuilder has just opened a new marketing suite in the village.

Located in the car park of The Swan at Tytherington in Duck Street, it will be open daily from 10 am to 5 pm to cope with the number of would-be buyers keen to learn what is planned, ask questions about the new homes available, see the range of floor plans and finishes on offer and find out about financial assistance which may be available.

Described by Cotswold Homes’ sales and marketing director, Terri Hayes-Pugh as ‘a countryside haven,’ The Paddocks comprises a mix of two-bedroom bungalows and three- and four-bedroom high-specification detached homes. Designed externally to reflect the local style of existing homes in Tytherington, the new ones feature imaginative and spacious internal layouts.

‘Nearly half of the new homes in the first phase of the development have already been sold so plans for the next phase will be unveiled in the marketing suite soon,’ says Terri.

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The Swan, Tytherington
Tytherington Shop and Post Office

The Swan, Tytherington

Nikki & Shane welcome you to the newly refurbished Swan @ Tytherington where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome. We offer a fine selection of drinks along with a traditional country home cooked menu with interesting specials.
Family and dog friendly - pop in and say hello. We look forward to welcoming you.
Open Mon-Sat 11:00 - 00:00, Sun 12:00 - 22.30.

Duck Street, Tytherington GL12 8QB
Tel: 01454 413288

Tytherington Village Shop and Post Office

During 2018 Tytherington Village shop celebrated its first 20 years at the heart of the community and village life; run ‘by the community for the community’.

Established under the provisions of the Plunkett Foundation to support rural communities, the shop is totally dependent on the hard work and commitment of community volunteers.

The shop opens on 7 days of the week to provide a wide range of provisions and friendly service with good parking and easy access. The integral Post Office is also a crucial element within the community and opens on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Mornings and Wednesday afternoons.

As a reflection of the success of the first 20 years the shop has been refurbished in preparation for the next 20 years!

In recognition of the work by both our founder members and current volunteers we would also like to take this opportunity to:

1. Raise the people’s awareness of the shop and all it has to offer. The more it is used the wider the stock that we can carry.

2. Appeal for more volunteers to ensure that we can both maintain and expand our service

Itchington Road, Tytherington GL12 8QE
Tel: 01454 417618

Aristocats Boarding Cattery

The Bungalow, Cutts Heath GL12 8PX
Tel: 01454 260018

St James' Church

St. James' Church dates back to 1170, the first Rector was Robert of Wych from 1275 to 1309, then in the Worcester Diocese. The church is the focal point of the village, set at the cross roads, opposite the village pub, village green and playground. The building itself has changed very little since it was first built, except for The Chancel being shorted by ten feet in 1779 as it was in such a poor state of repair! That is not the case now and it is well cared for with a good organ and a very enthusiastic team of Bellringers.

Duck Street, Tytherington GL12 8QB

Tytherington Baptist Church

We are a small friendly church near Thornbury. We hold weekly services, usually at 11am on Sunday mornings, sometimes in conjunction with St James.
We also run activities including a Sunday School, an after-school group and a Holiday Bible Club.
For more information and to check services times, please email Pastor Brian Allen below.

Itchington Road, Tytherington GL12 8QE
Tel: 0117 979 3104
Tel: 07599 141152

Tytherington Local History Group

A glimpse into the past of the parish of Tytherington

Interested? Email: tytheringtonroots@outlook.com
or ring Roger Howell on .

Tel: 01454 415035

Tytherington Parish Council

Whether it be environmental issues, planning applications, the preservation and improvement of our open spaces, community facilities or recreational matters, we aim to fulfil the needs and represent the views of all members of our community, for their enjoyment as well as that of visitors and, of course, future generations.

Tel: 01454 416637

Tytherington Pre-School

Tytherington Village Hall, Itchington Lane, Tytherington GL12 8QE
Tel: 07553 811803

Tytherington Village Hall

For information on hiring Tytherington Village Hall, please call Richard Williams on 415523.

Itchington Road, Tytherington

Tytherington Village Shop Volunteers

A big thank you to all our volunteers, both established and new helpers. We are very grateful to you all.

Sadly, we have lost one or two of our regular volunteers due to ill health, so we now need some help for the following shifts:

• Monday mornings 8.30 – 11.00am, every other week, to work alternate weeks with our estab-lished volunteer
• Monday afternoons 2.30-4.00pm until our regular helper is able to return
• Friday afternoons 2.30-4.00pm
In addition, we should welcome offers to join our list of weekend helpers or people offering casual cover.

If you can help, we shall be very pleased to hear from you. Email below, phone the shop or pop in.

Itchington Road, Tytherington GL12 8QE
Tel: 01454 417618

Tytherington WI

We are very proud to announce that Tytherington WI has now entered its 99th year within the organisation and we plan to make 2020 a year of celebration. Many local ladies in the locality are past members and we are asking them to kindly come forward with any memories/anecdotes to help us plan for our centenary year.

Rather sadly, our membership has diminished over the years and we are now a happy bunch of just 18. Unless we are able to recruit more members soon, the future of our WI is in doubt — so sad after all this time.

The WI promises to provide all kinds of opportunities for all kinds of women. We support village activities as well as enjoying two or three coach trips each year.

Meetings are usually held on the third Monday in the month, starting at 7.30pm, but in January, February and March we meet in the afternoon from 2pm.

For more information, please email President Valerie Vizard or call Secretary Pam Shipp on 01454 417833.

Tytherington Village Hall, Itchington Road, Tytherington GL12 8QE

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