Pucklechurch is a village in South Gloucestershire, England. It sits on an elevated plateau about 8 miles to the northeast of Bristol, 8 miles to the northwest of Bath and on the edge of the Cotswolds. More...

This site features information of local interest including history and the many clubs, organisations of Pucklechurch.

Lifesaving equipment (AED) for use in the event of cardiac arrest. Why not familiarise yourself with the locations now… click here

Pucklechurch News is a printed quarterly and distributed to all households in the parish.

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SGC Consultation Events

The format will be a drop-in session so that people can come along at a time which is convenient to them. Sessions will be held on:

Thurs, 14 September, 1pm to 7.30pm at Emersons Green Village Hall, Emerson Way, BS16 7AP

Tues, 19 September, 4pm to 7pm at the Shire Way Community Centre, Shire Way, BS37 8YS

Wed, 20 September, 12pm to 2pm at the Bristol and Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green, BS16 7FR

Thurs, 21 September, 4pm to 7pm at the Warmley Community Centre, 20 Deanery Road, BS15 9JB.

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13.09.2017: The public meeting last night organsied by the Parish Council was well attended by over 200 people. Well done Pucklechurch Parish Council.

A strong case was made that the consultation has significant flaws by Cllr Gail Boyle, Cllr Rick Dunning, Jacki Berry, Martin Smith and Mary Webb.  

A straw poll at the end of the evening showed overwhelming support for not building any new junction (east OR west).

Presentations will be posted on the PPC website and I’ll link to them when they are available.