Woolaston is a rural parish in gently sloping farmland rising from the north bank
of the River Severn in the west of the County of Gloucestershire in the UK. It is
on the western edge of the Forest of Dean and close to the Wye Valley on the A48
road between Chepstow and Lydney.
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a source of local information for, and about, the local community.
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This website was updated on 22 March 2017. The following items have been changed: Official Notice of Election, and news item on reporting wild boar added.
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As a result of the recent meeting on wild boar, Bex Saunders has set up a web page
to allow people to report incidents involving wild boar. Details here. This new website,
which tracks details and sightings of the Boar in the forest and neighbouring areas
should be useful as there is every likelihood that increased Boar activity will be
witnessed in our own district in the future.
It’s time to elect some more councillors. Please see the official notice below: