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We woke up to birdsong each morning and the cooing owl each night. Plenty of information left so we could figure out things for ourselves, however enough contact information was left so if we did need to ask anything we could. We enjoyed a lovely 2 night stay at the cider orchard yurt and thoroughly enjoyed the peace and tranquility it offered.The whole time we were there we felt very secluded and undisturbed, which is what we were after. There were only 2 slight downsides, one being the lack of an inside door lock, sounds petty but would've added a more secure feel.Studies in the US and Australia have found that while one in 10 elderly drivers should not be on the road, about a third give up driving too early.In the UK, motorists have to declare whether or not they are fit to drive at the age of 70 and then every three years, but do not need to take a driving test or have a medical examination.There’s a fully equipped private camp kitchen with a gas stove just next to the yurt, although cooking over the open fire with the special Hungarian cooking pot always adds to the experience!
The Conservatives hold 25 seats on the council, followed by the Liberal Democrats with 14, Labour with nine and one apiece for the Green Party, UKIP, People Against Bureaucracy (PAB) and the independents.
Sarah Lunnon is one of the remaining 10 councillors stepping aside entirely, requiring a new councillor to fill the void, if she is not replaced by another Green Party councillor then the party will lose its representation on the county council.
The other nine councillors are Barton & Tredworth’s Jasminder Gill (Lab), Battledown & Charlton Kings’ Paul Mc Lain (Con), Bisley & Painswick’s Jason Bullingham (Con), Coleford’s Paul Mc Mahon (Lab), Coney Hill & Matson’s Stephen Mc Hale (Lab), Grange & Kingsway’s Barry Kirby (Lab), Hardwicke & Severn’s Anthony Blackburn (Con), Minchinhampton’s Stan Waddington (Con), Pitville & Prestbury’s David prince (PAB) and Tetbury’s Anthony Hicks (Con).
The large decking area is set up for you to have a leisurely breakfast looking out over the hills and the pond (look out for the resident heron), although there’s a table and chairs inside the yurt as well just in case the weather’s not co-operating, and a cosy wood burner for the chillier evenings.
There are lots of events and courses going on, from taster lessons in cider making and bee keeping to willow sculpture and permaculture.