The ancient Parish of Norton is split by the A38 road running from Gloucester to Tewkesbury. To the east is Priors Norton and St Mary’s Church; to the west Cold Elm and Bishops Norton on the road to Wainlodes. A history of the area was written by Cannon Evans-Prosser in 1973, to read it click history.

Norton is in the Coombe Hill ward of Tewkesbury Borough Council.

Representing Bishops Norton and Priors Norton in the heart of Rural Gloucestershire

The River Severn at Wainlodes

Our NDP is the first to receive the Building with Nature award from the Wildlife Trust. 
Norton Parish Council

Useful numbers.

Police - Non-Emergency 101

Power Cut - Western Power 105

NHS Out of Hours  111

Useful Links.

Village Hall

Environment Agency

Severn Trent

TBC - Bin Collections

The Neighbourhood Development Plan was formally accepted by Tewkesbury Borough Council at their Executive meeting on the 16th of January.

It will now move on to a referendum in the three parishes and if it successful it will become part of the Borough Plan.

The final plan can be downloaded by clicking here . Shortly we will be publishing presentations, on this site, explaining the role of the NDP in the big scheme of things. We will also be holding open evenings to brief parishioners on its important role in the future of the parishes. Watch this site for dates and more information on the referendum.

A new play area for the village! View the plans on the play area here.

Pond restoration and the village green - news page.