Brimpsfield Village Bar

Village Map for your information

Thanks to Martin Smith for his hard work in drawing together a Brimpsfield Village Map that is displayed on this website with a copy on the Village noticeboard and in the Telephone Kiosk.

Richard Shelley has kindly added the 

GPS coordinates to aid delivery drivers and How to use them

NB - Owners' names are not be displayed



​There is an argument that we should not report our potholes in and around the village to slow down the 'rat-runners however if you wish to report pot holes please Click here 


Brimpsfield is a village in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, nestling between Gloucester - (9 miles), Cirencester - (9 miles) and Cheltenham - (7 miles). It prides itself on being a village community (with its own Celtic stone circle) and is inclusive of all, both young and old. There are 84 dwellings in the village with a population of approx 221 and in recent years Brimpsfield has 'grown' by the influx of young families with their children (and animals!) whilst enjoying the support and care of the more established members of the community.  For a fuller history of Brimpsfield please Click here
Close-by is the village of Birdlip and frequently the two communities, (Brimpsfield & Birdlip), come together to share & enjoy events.  There is always something going on, whether an organised community event or a drink at the village Hall's 'Wheelers' bar every Friday evening from 6.30 pm.​​​​.

Advertising space available on this website from as little as £2 per year - contact us.


Collection for '​Food & Gardening' will be on Tuesday 7th January

​Collection for 'Everything' will be on Monday 13th January

Collection for 'Food & Gardening' will be on Saturday 18th January

​Thereafter collections return to normal from Friday 24th January

Some sad news about the Birdlip & Brimpsfield WI. Newsletter and information on the WI.

Click here for the W.I Page​​​​. 

To view aerial Pictures of Brimpsfield taken by Ashleigh Denman as she flew over the village in a helicopter last week click here.

Snow in Brimpsfield.

We hope that you will find this site useful. The website currently has now over 1500 'hits' per  month so why not, if you have a service to offer/advertise  e.g gardening, chimney sweeping, cleaning etc. in Brimpsfield why not advertise with us rather than waste money elsewhere and save money.Please contact us.

Page last updated & Checked Tuesday 21/01/2020.

​Theft of Defibrillator

Thank you to one of our readers who sent this piece on Dog Walking.

Number of people who have visited this website so far this month (January) = 702 - (last month December: 1342)

In order to keep the website alive and relevant we would welcome news items and in particular photographs so that the Brimpsfield Community can keep itself abreast of what is going on in the village. The website receives over 2000 'hits' each month. 

If you have anything to offer  - please contact us (with any attachments) at:


"I'll have a Purroni, please, she'll have a glass of Pawsecco and he'll have a Whiskas and soda."


Brimpsfield Parish Council Meeting - Tuesday 21st January 7.30 pm Brimpsfield Village Hall

Would you like to be added to the mailing list for Village Events and other information?

If so, please contact us with your email details.

DID YOU KNOW..........?

.....that the Village possesses a heavy duty petrol strimmer for the use of Villagers, purchased by the Brimpsfield Charitable Trust. If you would like to borrow it please contact Martin Smith - tel 01452 863247.

January's Newsletter, Garden tips and pictures from the Garden Society's Willow Weaving talk and class held on Saturday 7th December Click here

Welcome to Brimpsfield Letter.​​

THE BRIMPSFIELD VILLAGE BAR, (Wheelers) is open every Friday from 6.30 pm

Come and enjoy good company and sample our guest draught beer, or a Baileys and Mulled Wine.

Free internet - wi-fi access available​
(Donations towards the wi-fi are welcome, but not compulsory)

New Alert 12/12/2019

A page has been created to alert you to those crime and potential crime issues that previously were recorded by Neighbourhood Watch.

Click here to access new alerts.


(Courtesy of 'Must I repeat myself .... Unpublished letters to the Daily Telegraph)

Slim pickings

Sir - First fat, now sugar. Whatever happened to the land of milk and honey?

Richard Osborne,   Eton, Berkshire


As the BBC weather forecasts are totally unreliable and inaccurate only the CURRENT conditions will be displayed





MOON PHASE: Waning crescent



(The following is from CDC's leaflet with some additional comments in red)

What's happening & when?

More and more people in the Cotswolds are recycling. Now we're making it even easier!

From March 2020 we're improving your recycling collections so you can recycle additional items including textiles and shoes, small electricals, cartons and household batteries.

We'll also be providing you with a new cardboard bag to give you more capacity and a new bin for food waste. You will no longer be able to put food waste in your garden waste bin (if you subscribe to the service).

Food waste must be kept separate and put in your NEW outdoor food waste bin, (watch out for rats), which will be collected each week.

Refuse and recycling collections will remain fortnightly. Here's the catch: Garden waste collections will also switch to fortnightly - so you pay the same, but you get half the service.

Getting ready for the changes

We need your help to make sure your recycling is presented in the right containers.

You will need two recycling boxes, one for paper and the other for glass.

If you only have one box please contact us now so we can get it organised for you. Order online at:


Remember to look out for your new containers and information pack which will be delivered separately in February 2020.

Collection days for some residents may change, so please check your information pack for details.

Need more information

01285 623123       or           www.cotswold.gov.uk/cotswoldrecycles    or         cdc@cotswold.gov.uk