The Village and Parish of Charfield
Charfield is a rural parish of about a thousand homes, located on the border between the counties of South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire. Close enough to the M5 motorway to make commuting feasible, and yet far enough away to retain a countryside feel, Charfield lies on the English side of the River Severn between Bristol and Gloucester, close by the Cotswold market town of Wotton Under Edge.
Public Rights of Way
Charfield Burial Ground
|The parish is crossed with many beautiful paths and rights of way. Click here for information and a map. Keep an eye on the web site for planned walks around the village, which all meet at the PROW noticeboard by the Memorial Hall.||The Chairman of the Council is also one of the Tree Wardens for the area. Click here to access information about some of the more interesting trees you can meet in the parish, as well as useful tree information.||The Play Area behind the Memorial Hall is owned by the Parish Council. Click here for information about the Play Area. The play equipment is regularly inspected, but if you find anything amiss, here is information about what to do.||The new burial ground opened in 2012. It lies above the village at Churchend and is operated by Charfield Parish Council acting as a Burial Authority. To access the burial ground web site in a new window, click here.|