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Welcome to the Woolaston Parish Council Website


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.

This website has been established and is maintained by Woolaston Parish Council as a source of local information for, and about, the local community.

Please click on one of the side links to find out more about the Village, Woolaston Parish Council and the community it serves.

If you think that there is some content that could be usefully added to this website, have noticed a broken link or have spotted an error please e-mail info@woolaston.org.uk

This website was updated on  19 August 2018.  The following were added: News item on A48 closure in September.


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The A48 at Stroat will be blocked for resurfacing for two weeks from 7pm on 6/9/2018 to 7am 20/9/2018 between Hanley Lane and Dayhouse Quarry. (The official notice is here.)

If you read the notice, you may be alarmed at the proposed alternative route: Chepstow - Celtic Manor - Raglan - Monmouth - Lydney. Those of you with any local knowledge may want to try the B4228, although using the lanes down to the village could be exciting.

Mick Fairless has been in touch with Amey, who informed him that there will be single lane working controlled by traffic lights at the roadworks themselves.

If you want to keep in touch with the progress of the roadworks on the A48, or anywhere else, then the web site roadworks.org looks very useful.

(Older news items are kept here...)


Photo: taken by Derrick Lockey