Acton Turville Community Information

Latest News and Information

We will post the latest information about the Coronavirus on this site, and what help is available to villagers.


South Glos Council - has a section on their website containing the latest advice and information including links to other relevant websites.
This can be found at https://beta.southglos.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/


Acton Turville Parish Council - if you need information or assistance, or you are able to offer assistance to others, you can contact any of the Parish Councillors by phone.
Their contact details can be found on the Parish Council website


Healthwatch South Gloucestershire - are here to signpost you to important health information, offer community support or for a friendly chat to help you through this difficult time..
Their website is at - www.healthwatchsouthglos.co.uk and they have a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/southgloshealthwatch/


The Fox and Hounds - Thursday 29th May 2020: The Fox & Hounds, Acton Turville are offering a take away meal service on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5pm to 8pm. Order and pay in advance by calling 01454 218224. The menu is posted on the door.


Recycling - some good news - From Wednesday 13th May recycling and food waste collections are weekly again. The Yate Sort It centre is open for limited use from 16th May. Click here for details


Acton Turville Tennis Court - The tennis court is now open for bookings, subject to the latest government advice on social distancing. See the tennis court web page for details


The Stores - it is at times like these that our village shop is so important to us, and we are grateful to Tim & Iris for their efforts in keeping the shop stocked.
The Stores are also offering help to those who have to self-isolate and the vulnerable, and they can call the shop for assistance.
"We can deliver shopping, top-up phones and electric or arrange to have medication collected. If you can think of anything else you may need please ask and we will see what we can do. Tim, Iris, Rachel, Julie and Kay"
Phone 01454 218264 or 07989 701266 (Tim).


St Mary's Church - Although the Church remains closed until further notice, Rev. Richard Thompson has recorded a Palm Sunday service from the Badminton Benefice on YouTube. Here's the link - Evensong for Palm Sunday - 5th April 2020


Matthew Butler Books - "As part of the great campaign to Cheer Us All Up I have put two boxes of books for sale at the back of the Church. (The books are now in the Church porch while the good weather lasts). £2 each with money for St Mary's. Spread the word! - there are some interesting things including Badminton and Gloucestershire books. If it proves popular I can replenish the stocks.
I should add that all the evidence is that the Virus cannot survive on books! But of course, wash your hands when you get home after having a look."


Books, donated by Claire Broomsgrove - Claire has put 2 boxes of her mother's books in the church porch. She has plenty and will keep the boxes regularly topped up. Donations to the church please.


The Old House at Home in Burton - Farmshop meat is available to order on-line or by phone, together with some fruit, veg and other essentials. Local delivery is free.
Details are on their website or click here to view the on-line shop


The Neeld Arms Grittleton - are offering a takeaway meals service, and can also provide food boxes containing meat, veg, bread, pasta and diary products.
See their website for details at https://www.neeldarms.co.uk


Hawkesbury Upton Farm shop - also have a good range of local meat, which can be ordered by phone or email. The shop is normally open at weekends only, and you can download the price list and opening hours here.


The Salutation - have a takeaway menu (with starters, mains, sides and desserts) available every lunchtime and evening. They may also be able to deliver depending on your address. Click here for the menu or phone 01249 782 083 for details.


Dog Walking - If you have been advised to remain indoors during the current coronavirus outbreak but have a dog that needs exercising, Claire Broomsgrove may be able to help. Claire has very kindly offered to walk dogs for those living in the Acton Turville/Badminton area who cannot get out due to the current restrictions on movement. If you are worried about exercising your dog and would welcome the offer of help, please contact Claire Broomsgrove on 01454 218433 - leave message with a phone number if no answer.