Welcome to the Cleeve Parish Council website
Cleeve is a village and civil parish in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. It is situated within the unitary authority of North Somerset, 9 miles (14km) south west of Bristol and has a population of 902 (2011 census).
Cleeve Parish Council would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Police Safety notice
Do not leave parcels, bags etc on view in your cars.
Keep presents hidden away and not left under your tree.
Turn off festive lights when you are not home.
Keep money on your person when shopping and be aware of pickpockets.
When disposing of boxes after Christmas, don’t advertise that you have received large value items. Try to dispose of boxes at the tip or burn them.
As always keep doors and windows locked when you are not at home.
Cleeve Hill will be closed on the 20th December between 9.30am and 3.30pm please find an alternative route.
Inclusive disability football
Clevedon Utd Junior Football club- Somerset FA Development club 2017- are proud to offer in partnership with Somerset FA Inclusive / Disability football training from:
Sunday 7th January 2018 10.00am- 11.00am at Clevedon School, Valley Road,
Suitable for ages 5-16 and costs £2.50 each. For further information contact the club secretary on: Secretary.email@example.com.
Mobile Library - The mobile library visits Woodview Drive in Cleeve every other Monday between 11:50am and 12.20pm. The current dates are:
13th and 27the November 2017
11th December 2017
8th and 22nd January 2018
5th and 9th February 2018
5th March 2018
Defibrillator - The defibrillator has been installed at Cleeve Village Hall (near the main entrance) and is available for use if instructed to do so by the ambulance service. This has been made possible by generous donations from local residents and businesses.
Community Resilience - Cleeve has been a leader in making a Community Resilience plan in the event of a major emergency. For more information or if you are interesting in becoming a volunteer please contact Pat Walmsley on 01934 876913.