Poulton is a vibrant village of around 160 houses, set in the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has a beautiful 19th Century Church, a traditional Village Hall and it is also home to the popular gastro pub, The Falcon, which serves some of the best food in the area.
Historically it was predominately an agricultural community, which over the past century has seen many changes, yet remains an active and sociable place to live. Regular events are held in the Village Hall, such as Toddlers’ Group, Pilates, yoga, art classes, and a film club called the ‘One and Nines’. The Women’s Institute meet regularly and there is a monthly “Books and Biccies” session, held on the first Saturday of each month, when villagers can swap books and meet and catch up with the news. The village is lucky to have retained a recreation ground and a playing field called ‘Englands’ where village cricket and football is played, and a traditional summer fete is held each year on the first Sunday after the August Bank Holiday.
Poulton is in the county of Gloucestershire, in the south of the Cotswolds and is part of the Hampton ward of the Cotswold District Council. The parish had a population of 408 at the 2011 census.
Change in refuse collection date due to RIAT – July 2022
Due to the Royal International Air Tattoo falling on a full collection day and the associated road closures and one-way systems, the day that all collections (refuse, recycling and garden waste) are made within the area will be changed so that the waste and recycling collections due on Friday 15th July will now be made on Thursday, 14th July
This change only affects the one collection and everything will return to normal for the following week (which will be food waste only).
Temporary road closure – Bell Lane, Poulton – 25th to 27th July 2022
Bell Lane will be closed from 25th to 27th July 2022 to allow for blockage clearing work by Openreach. Emergency access will NOT be maintained. If you should require further information please email email@example.com