WillerseyA Cotswold Village in Gloucestershire, UK
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|Current and Future Housing in Willersey||Our Village Hall & Industrial Estate Defibrillators||Some of Willersey's very long History||Infrastructure and Facilities|
|District Council Housing & Local Plan 2016||Travel to and from Willersey|
|Letters written to Gloucester Diocese 2015||The New Inn - one of our two pubs||Life Stories & Obituaries||Details of our Parish and other Councils|
|Willersey Snowmen Competition 2017||Collin Lane Newland Homes Development||The Bell Inn - one of our two pubs||War Memorial Names & Memorial Bench||Our Village Hall and car park|
|Willersey Photo Competition June 2020||VE Day 75 Celebrations 2020||Willersey Clubs and Societies||Solar Farm|
|Dogs Trust 2016 Photograph||Monthly Church and Village Newsletter||Petrol Station and Garage in Willersey||Family Histories and census Records||Willersey Primary School|
|Bee Friendly Willersey||Footlights, our Amateur Dramatics Group||Old Shoe in Willersey Cemetery Wall||Responsibly Dispose of Most Things|
|Willersey Covid-19 Support Group||Local Vegetables and Fruit||Willersey Women's Institute||Books and other Willersey Information Sources||The Duck Pond|
|Open Gardens June 2016||Telephone box||St Peter's Church||Pictures from different parts of Willersey||Recreation Ground|
|Celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday in 2016||Traffic through Willersey||St Peter's Church Bells||Pictures from St Peter's Tower||Cemetery surrounding our Parish Church|
|Markets and Events in, and near to Willersey||Willersey on Twitter Police Alerts||Willersey Methodist Church||Saintbury, St Nicholas Church and Trust Funds||Contact details for Utilities|
|Security in Willersey||Willersey Businesses with websites||Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty||Aerial views of Willersey June 2019|
|District Council Press Releases and Newsletters||Letters and Posters in Willersey||North Cotswolds University of the Third Age||Willersey Trees in Winter||Authors and Artists in Willersey|
|Birds in Willersey||The Village Stores and Coffee Shop||Willersey Trees in Summer||No More Blood Donations in Willersey.|
|Butterflies and Bats in Willersey||Newspapers in Willersey||Willersey Trees in Autumn|
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Two other facebook pages for Willersey are here and here.
Willersey on Twitter.
Welcome to Willersey, a village in Gloucestershire, England, at the Northern edge of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty (AONB), situated close to the boundary with Worcestershire and southwest of Evesham.
Learn about some of Willersey's history.
Buildings recognised as of merit in the UK are called listed. There are 29 listed buildings in Willersey
A large part of the village is included in a Conservation Area and here is a video about the Cotswold Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Our churches are St Peter's Parish Church and Willersey Methodist Church.
Willersey Church and Village News is the parish magazine for St Peter's but it serves as a wider community paper.
It is free and delivered once a month to every home in the Parishes of Saintbury and Willersey.
Contributions for any month must be received by the 17th day of the previous month at Willersey Stores or telephone 858601 or 858628 or preferably by email to:-
Broadway, Chipping Campden, Blockley, Honeybourne, and other North Cotswold Villages also have their newsletters.
Find out about Willersey Church of England Primary School.
Contact our Parish and other Councils.
Do visit our two busy pubs - a key part of village life.
The New Inn and The Bell Inn.
A third pub, the Fish Inn also known as The Nook is a 30 minute walk up Campden Lane. Lastly further away, but still technically in Willersey is The Dormy House Hotel.
Here are some pictures of Willersey but you will find many more here on this website.
How to travel to and from Willersey.
Willersey is just 1.7 miles from the world famous Broadway Village (its very easy to visit both).
You can visit Broadway, find out more about Broadway, and go to a final guide to Broadway Village.
Broadway Tower is visible on top of the escarpment at the edges of Willersey
but it is (irritatingly?) obscured by trees on a hill when you are in Main Street.
The nearest village to Willersey at 1.3 miles by road, or one mile on footpaths is Saintbury.
Over a mile from Saintbury is the village of Weston sub Edge.
Willersey is just over three miles from the historic, beautiful market town of Chipping Campden
which has at least two websites. one, two
Do look at Cotswold Tour and Travel Information for comprehensive information about the Cotswolds.
Here is an interactive map of Willersey.
Just over two miles from Willersey is Dovers Hill. This is the site of the original English Olympic Games, which began there 400 years ago in 1612.
The 62 mile circular walk called the Donnington Way passes through Willersey.
This walk links up with a really extensive network of other paths including the 103 mile Cotswold Way.
Here are some of the nearest facilities to Willersey and how to contact your utility providers in Willersey.
These are mostly easy ways to responsibly dispose of anything in or near Willersey
and this is a list of businesses based in Willersey that have their own websites.
We have a list of clubs and organisations associated with Willersey.
When you email us we may keep a record only of your email address and your name. This will be kept securely. We may in future use it to keep you well informed. If you do not want us to do this please say in your initial email. If in the future you change your mind we will happily delete it, if we have kept it, and inform you that it has been done. (This will be our last email to you at the time!).
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