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News and information for local residents in the parish of Naunton, Gloucestershire
Following the suspension of meetings, Naunton Parish Council will be meeting on 20th July at 6.30 in the Village Hall. Covid-secure measures are being adopted for the meeting, which is necessary in order to carry out several of the Council's functions.
The parish of Naunton is situated in the Cotswold Hills in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is located around 12 miles east of Cheltenham and five miles west of Stow-on-the-Wold, and is set on the floor of the Windrush Valley with the river crossing through. The parish has a population of around 350 people. The present day village has many thriving societies and clubs, an historic Dovecote, and is a favourite with walkers as many long-distance footpaths ramble through the village.
The active Parish Council has five members who are dedicated to maintaining the natural beauty of the Parish, having input on planning development, planning for emergencies and self-help, highway and traffic matters.
If you need help please contact the Naunton helpline: either write to Nauntonhelp@gmail.com or ring Moira (01451 850138 / 07881 954104) or Ian (01461 850442 / 07778055868).
Do you think you may have Covid-19?
Anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 can have a test. To book a test or for more information on testing, go to the NHS website or call 119.
Mobile testing is now available at a range of locations across the county. Locations for the week ahead will be published every Monday on Twitter (@GlosCC) , Facebook (@GloucesteshireCounty Council) and on the website https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/gloucestershire-county-council-news/news-july-2020/covid-19-get-tested/
This week the mobile unit is at Stow Rugby Football Club, Oddington Road, GL54 1JJ.:
Gloucestershire Covid-19 stats 14 July 2020
Total Confirmed Cases¹ - 1,837
Cheltenham - 425
Cotswold - 202
Forest of Dean - 162
Gloucester - 536
Stroud - 258
Tewkesbury - 254
[Numbers of lab-confirmed positive cases now include those identified by testing in all settings (pillars 1 and 2). Due to this change many cases previously not attributed to any area are now included in area totals. This is not a recent surge in cases – the cases now being reported occurred from April onwards.]
Deaths in NHS Trusts - 228
Deaths in all settings that occurred up to 26 June but were registered up to 4 July - 578
Care home outbreaks - 77
Deaths in care homes - 225
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