Coberley Parish Council

Welcome to the Coberley Parish Website!


  • Pictures of Coberley Parish in Gloucestershire
    Cotswold Voluntary Wardens have already put in over 70 hours of work at the Seven Springs site including tidying up the spring area, planting wild flowers, thinning saplings, clearing rubbish and laying boulders along the edge of the lay-by to prevent incursion by vehicles.
  • Pictures of Coberley Parish in Gloucestershire
    Tributary of River Churn, Coberley village
  • Pictures of Coberley Parish in Gloucestershire
    Coberley village
  • Pictures of Coberley Parish in Gloucestershire
    St Giles Parish Church, Coberley


Where is Coberley?


Situated in Gloucestershire, UK, and in the heart of the Cotswolds, is the parish of Coberley. Located four miles south from the spa town of Cheltenham and ten miles north of the Roman town of Cirencester with Gloucester city centre nine miles to the west and London a mere ninety-one miles to the east.

With some three hundred people registered on the Electoral Roll, the parish provides over a hundred homes scattered across its five and a half square miles.

Leckhampton Hill escarpment gives the parish its boundary at its northern most edge, stretching south to the River Churn and Cockleford Mill. To the west, Crickley Hill Country Park the Neolithic site and Iron Age Fort, across to Needlehole and Pinswell bordering Dowdeswell and Colesbourne to the east.

Coberley parish is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a landscape of hills and valleys formed on limestone rock. It is a rural, mostly agricultural area with habitats including beautiful parkland, broadleaved woodland, heath, arable and ancient pasture.

Places of Interest



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General Notice


The website is run by Coberley Parish Council for our Parishioners and aims to offer a useful information resource and be an online hub for all matters relating to our Parish. We hope you find the website easy to use and that it helps you to keep connected to the activities of your Parish Council and the local community.

Please get in touch if you have any suggestions about how we might improve the website.

Parish Council Meetings


(Meeting dates are held in January, March, May, July, September and November, subject to change)

We are keen for you to get involved with your Parish Council! We invite you to attend  meetings and contribute to our local community.  Members of the public can speak for up to 5 minutes at the beginning of each meeting (no notice needed) on items not included on the agenda and may also speak on agenda items as they arise, subject to agreement by the chair. 

Details of the agenda and minutes of the previous meeting will be posted on the village board and also on the website here

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