The Feoffees and Thirteen of Tetbury

We had a wonderful turn out for the annual Feoffee and Thirteen Community BBQ on the Millennium Green at the end of June.  We were blessed with a lovey warm evening, where new and old friends had the opportunity to catch up and the children played in the sun. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Thirteen team who organised this event, in particular, Danny Bristow, who co-ordinated the evening, it really was a great success.

At the beginning of September, the Plastic Free Picnic will be taking place on the Millennium Green.  This has been arranged by the Tetbury Area Churches Together, following the very successful ‘Plastic Free Tetbury’ month, which was held in June. As we move into the autumn and the fruit ripens, we do hope that you will take the opportunity to visit the Community Orchard on Herd Lane, where you can help yourself to a few apples for your families and enjoy produce with zero food miles.  However, could I ask you all to please only pick this fruit for your own personal consumption, so that all members of our community can benefit – this fruit is not for commercial ventures.

Dates for your Diary

Beating of the Bounds 7th September – The annual walking of the boundaries of the town, followed by the presentation of our annual accounts

Heritage Weekend – 14th & 15th September – as part of this national event, The Market Hall and The Feoffee Meeting Room are open for the public with historic displays.  In addition, at 2pm on 15th September Thirteen member Tony Walsh will give a talk at The Goods Shed on the History of The Feoffee and Thirteen -more information is available at -   

If you think we may be able to help you or your group with an education or training grant or would like to know more about the work we do in our town, please visit our website – - or speak to one of our members.


Lance Vick – Chairman