The new play area will remain close until the Thursday 12th July 2018 for installation of a new tarmac footpath.
Please be aware that the Parish Council has also treated 2 wasps nest in this area.
Every year hundreds of our residents get ripped off or scammed by rogue builders, while our local legitimate traders go without work. When things go wrong, homeowners are often traumatised and then find that their complaint is often ignored or difficult to deal with.
Prevention is key, so in order to reduce this type of crime, increase consumer confidence and stimulate local business, Warwickshire Trading Standards Service (WTS) are now working in partnership with the “No Rogue Traders Here” (NRTH) approved safe trader scheme.
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A Public Consultation is being held at The Village Hall,
High Street, Studley on Saturday 23rd June 2018.
Please come along anytime between 12 noon and 4pm.
This is your opportunity to help shape Studley’s Future.
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The Skate Park will be closed for approx. 2 weeks from
11th June for refurbishment
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The small children’s play area will be closed for approx. 4 weeks
from 4th June for refurbishment
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Residents & business owners in Studley are invited to join a Steering Group which will plan for the future of Studley. The Plan will look at matters such as housing, business, protecting important community facilities, open spaces, playing fields and local green space. Whilst the Plan is under the remit of the Parish Council It is vital that the Plan is resident/business led and if you have an interest in protecting and developing the village please come along and join. Election to the group will take place at a meeting at 7pm on Tuesday 13th February 2018 in Studley Village Hall, High Street, Studley. If you would like any further information please contact Lesley Gailey on 01527 853204 or by email at
A bird flu prevention zone has been declared across the whole England. This means it is a legal requirement for all bird keepers to follow strict biosecurity measures.
Whether you keep just a few birds or thousands, you are now legally required to meet enhanced biosecurity requirements and this is in your interests to do, to protect your birds from this highly infectious virus.
The prevention zone means bird keepers across the country must:
Ensure the areas where birds are kept are unattractive to wild birds, for example by netting ponds, and by removing wild bird food sources;
Feed and water your birds in enclosed areas to discourage wild birds;
Minimise movement in and out of bird enclosures;
Clean and disinfect footwear and keep areas where birds live clean and tidy;
Reduce any existing contamination by cleansing and disinfecting concrete areas, and fencing off wet or boggy areas.
The prevention zone will be in place until further notice and will be kept under regular review as part of our work to monitor the threat of bird flu.
Poultry keepers and members of the public should report dead wild birds to the Defra helpline on 03459 33 55 77 and keepers should report suspicion of disease to APHA on 03000 200 301. Keepers should familiarise themselves with our avian flu advice. Further advice can be found at:-
Following submission of their application to achieve Fairtrade status Studley Fairtrade Campaign working with the Parish Council has successfully achieved certification and Studley is now recognised as being a Fairtrade Village. Studley Fairtrade Campaign will continue to strive to raise awareness of Fairtrade and encourage local businesses to stock and use Fairtrade goods.
Further information about Studley Fairtrade Campaign will be published here soon. If you would like further information about Fairtrade visit
Please click on link below for information on Dementia Cafes and Support services for people living with dementia and for their carers.
LIBRARY OPENING TIMES
MONDAY – CLOSED
TUESDAY – 10am to 4pm
WEDNESDAY – CLOSED
THURSDAY – 10am to 4pm
FRIDAY – 9.30am to 12.30pm
SATURDAY – 9.30am to 12.30pm
Voluntary Action Stratford-on-Avon District (VASA) are seeking volunteer drivers to take people to essential medical appointments. They are also offering a short term Wheelchair Loan Service. For more information please see contact details on posters.
For more info regarding volunteer drivers …
For more info regarding short term wheelchair loan service –
Call 01789 262886
The Heritage Trail is a guide to the historical points of interest in and around Studley. If anybody is interested in exploring Studley’s historical treasures the walk is approx. 6 km and takes about 2 hours to complete.
A leaflet detailing the route and the points of interest can be obtained at The Village Hall, High Street, Studley.
Nadhim Zahawi is always available to help constituents with individual problems and to support local campaigns.
Nadhim holds regular surgeries where you can make an appointment to see him. Alternatively you can contact him by telephone, letter or email.
Regular surgeries are held in Alcester, Bidford on Avon, Henley in Arden. Shipston on Stour, Studley and Stratford on Avon where constituents who wish to meet Nadhim or to discuss a particular problem may do so.
A facility has been installed in Studley Village Hall to enable residents to contact Stratford District Council regarding any problems they may have. The facility allows face to face contact using a Skype link and a telephone. A scanner is also available if any documents need to be viewed or sent.
The facility is currently open between 10am to 1pm Monday, Thursday and Friday. It is not available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Pool Road Car Park – 1st Saturday each month – 10am – 12 Noon
This service is provided for residents of the Parishes of Studley and Sambourne only.
You may be asked for proof of address by a Council representative.
Please do not leave any waste in the car park before or after the collection as this will be considered to be fly tipping and action will be taken against any offenders.
Please note that there will NOT be a January collection.
At the Parish Council meeting held on 7th July 2015 it was decided that The Council would actively support and promote the concept of Fairtrade ensuring that producers from developing countries get a fair price for their goods and labour.
A Steering Group is now in place which includes members from local schools, churches and community groups as well as a County Councillor and Parish Councillors. The group is keen to expand its membership and would welcome further representation.
The next meeting of the Steering Group takes place on Thursday 22 September 2016 at 6.30pm in Studley Village Hall. If you would like any further information please contact Mrs Lesley Gailey, Parish Clerk on 01527 853204 or by email to email@example.com.
This wonderful open space is available for all villagers to enjoy. At the moment we are in the long process of making the site more attractive both for residents and for wildlife. The Friends of Studley Common Nature Reserve meet once a month on the 2nd Sunday to work on aspects which will improve the Reserve. The entrance is off St Judes Avenue by the start of the public right of way.
At the moment there is still a good range of flora and fauna to be seen and our aim is to make sure that this improves over the years.
If you would like to help in any way please e-mail Robin Jarman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us make this space a real asset to our village.