About peopleton

Chairman of Peopleton Village Trust

Petition to reduce speed limit on A44

The Parish Council are arranging a petition to Worcestershire County Council to ask them to reduce the speed limit on the A44 at the junctions for Peopleton and Drakes Broughton. (Drakes Broughton Parish Council are also arranging a petition.)

If you wish to sign the petition, there is a copy in the shop. In addition, councillors will be visiting all houses in the village over the next few days to ask you to sign (of they have not done so already).

Classic Car Entry to Peopleton Autumn Show

If you have a classic car, love Peopleton, and are free on Saturday 31st August, then that is the perfect combination for you to enter your car at this years Peopleton Autumn Show. The event will be held in the usual place, on the village hall playing fields at the northern edge of the village. Click on the link below to download further details and your entry form.

Autumn Show 2019 Car Entry Form

Help to manage the shop

The Management Committee for The Pantry at Peopleton is looking for new members to help ensure the continued success of the Village Shop. Anyone with recent experience of retailing, marketing or business management would be particularly welcome, but any volunteer willing to spend some time helping the shop would also be very welcome.

The Management Committee are all volunteers who support the shop manager/post master, Steve Dexter, who is responsible for the day-to-day running of the shop. The purpose of the committee is to monitor the operation of the shop and decide on the long-term strategy.

The committee meet for about 2 hours, 4 or 5 times a year, usually in the evening. If you are interested in joining the committee, please speak to Steve Dexter in the shop, or John Coupland, the chairman.

Become a Parish Councillor for Peopleton

Elections for 9 councillors to the Parish Council will be held at the beginning of May. The current councillors would like to encourage parishioners to consider standing for the council; it is important that council is fully representative of the village.

The council meet on the second Wednesday evening of every other month with occasional extra meetings if required. The main purpose of the council is to represent the village, provide and deliver appropriate services, and improve the quality of life for the residents of the village. In particular, the council works closely with the District and County Councillors and Wychavon District Council, in considering planning applications and other matters relevant to the village.

For further information, please talk to the Chair of Peopleton Parish Council, Jill Phillips, or any of the existing councillors, whose details can be found on the noticeboard outside the shop.