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© Woolaston Parish Council 2016

Welcome to the Woolaston Parish Council Website


Woolaston is a rural parish in gently sloping farmland rising from the north bank of the River Severn in the west of the County of Gloucestershire in the UK.  It is on the western edge of the Forest of Dean and close to the Wye Valley on the A48 road between Chepstow and Lydney.

This website has been established and is maintained by Woolaston Parish Council as a source of local information for, and about, the local community.

Please click on one of the side links to find out more about the Village, Woolaston Parish Council and the community it serves.

If you think that there is some content that could be usefully added to this website, have noticed a broken link or have spotted an error please e-mail info@woolaston.org.uk

This website was updated on  17 October 2016. The following items have been changed:
Parish Council Minutes and Agenda added.


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News Bits






Another Burglary

There has been another burglary, this time in Pinedale Road, on the evening of Saturday 17 September, sometime between 8pm and 10pm. The thieves got into an upstairs window by using a child’s slide to climb onto an extension roof. They took cash and jewellery.

Don’t forget to close and secure all your windows and doors when you go out. Also, lock your garage door to deny access to tools and ladders.    

Next PC meeting

October’s Parish Council meeting has been rescheduled to 20 October. This is only a short break from the tradition of ‘second Thursday in the month’ and normal service will be resumed in November.

Police Contacts

The police have passed a note to the Parish Council asking everyone to keep watch for a white Audi with damage below the passenger side headlight. The car may be involved in the recent spate of burglaries. The police cannot give a registration number because it appears to change on every sighting.