Ashleworth is a village and civil parish roughly six miles north of Gloucester, England. It has a population of 553 (2001 census) and is located in the Tewkesbury district of Gloucestershire close to the county’s intersection with Worcestershire and Herefordshire. The oldest part of the village is Ashleworth Quay, which is situated on the west bank of the River Severn.

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NEW- Planning Application Queens Arms application 14-00742-FUL.pdf

NEW- Mobile Library time change Monday 6th October see library page

NEW- Revised 351 Bus Timetable as from September 1st 2014  351 September 2014.pdf

NEW- Café style { meet and mingle Gloucestershire Constabulary. meet and mingle2.pdf

-Faster Broadband for Herefordshire and Gloucestershire - update for June 2014 - Click here

NHS 111 Service - Its not a 999 emergency but you need medical help fast Dial 111 - Click here for details

Joint Core Strategy
- Presentation given at the Parish and Town Council seminar, please  Click here for a copy of the slid

Do you have a river, stream, ditch or culvert running through, or alongside, your property

If so, you are probably responsible for its maintenance. This guide is for you.
Click here

 Reporting of potholes. Click here for link to Highways reporting website or call 08000 514514  

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