The Parish Notice Board is on the grounds of The Weston Free Church.
The Civil Parish of Charlcombe lies just to the north of Bath, between the city and the county boundary with South Gloucestershire. It stretches from the Lam Brook and Woolley Valley in the east to Upper Weston and the Cotswold Way in the west. Although large in area, the Parish has fewer than 400 residents, who live mainly in the hamlets of Charlcombe, Woolley, Langridge and Upper Weston (Dean Hill) and on the top of Lansdown. The Parish lies entirely within the Green Belt and Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Administratively, Charlcombe forms part of the Bathavon North Ward of Bath & North East Somerset (B&NES).
Important facilities within the Parish include Lansdown Park and Ride, Bath Race Course, Lansdown Golf Club, Walcot Rugby Club and Larkhall Sports Club. To the north of the Parish, Sir Bevil Grenville’s monument commemorates the Battle of Lansdown (5 July 1643) fought between the Royalists and Parliamentarians.
Mrs Penny MacKichan
The Old Farm
Bath BA1 8DS
Tel: 01225 312706