Welcome to

Blockley Parish Council 

We serve the communities of Blockley, Aston Magna, Paxford, Draycott, Ditchford and Northwick Park. We’re here to represent parishioners and deliver local services, as well as improve quality of life and community cohesion for everyone who lives and works here.

The Electric Vehicle charging point consultation is now closed and the results are being processed. 

Latest Updates

Click here for Winter preparations 

Click here for: Churchill Close Consultation report and findings

Click here for: Climate and Ecological approved action plan

Click here to read the parish council's Children and Young People Strategy


The next parish council meeting is on Thursday 20th January 2022, Jubilee Hall, Blockley, 7pm.

The next Environmental Sustainability working group meeting is on Wednesday 24th November 2021, Paxford Village Hall, 7:30pm.

The 2022 program for The Blockley Forum, click here

There are currently three vacancies on the parish council.  Read More 

Notice of public rights and publication of unaudited annual governance and accountability return - Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2021 -  See here

Our Services

We support our community in a number of important ways. These include maintaining common areas and facilities, representing local views on key issues and more besides.


We help make arrangements for parish burials, and also maintain Blockley’s churchyard and cemeteries.



We review and give opinions on all parish planning applications, as an important consultee for the District Planning Authority.


We meet monthly and welcome all parishioners to attend. We also publish meeting agendas and minutes.

Village Halls

Our five excellent village halls across the parish are well maintained and available for private hire.


About our Parish

Blockley Parish is located in a beautiful part of the North Cotswolds within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At about 12 square miles, it is also one of the largest parishes in England by area.


With a long and influential industrial history and significant ongoing commercial activity, the parish is home to a thriving community with a strong sense of identity, while remaining relatively tranquil and unspoilt.

Frequently asked questions

Want to know more about what a parish council does and its wider role in local government? Browse our FAQs to find out more about what we do, our monthly meetings and more.