Bath & North East Somerset Council is responsible for most services in the village.
You can report problems to BathNES via ‘Report It’ online or phone: 01225 394 041. Common problems are:
Waste & Recycling
View opening times and locations of the local recycling centres.
View dates and locations of the mobile library visits to Timsbury.
Families and Children
Organisations and events for a range of family issues, childcare, parenting support, benefits, school and much, much more. www.bathnes1bd.org.uk
Wellbeing Options Support to assist adults to live full and independent lives. Information about local care providers, services and activities, with links to other websites and resources.
Rainbow Resource Information on the services children, young people and their families can expect from a range of local agencies – including education, health and social care providers and voluntary organisations.
Timsbury Parish Council
Timsbury Parish Council does many things such as:
- Picking up litter and sweeping of leaves, but not emptying of bins which B&NES does.
- Planting and public spaces such as the HaHa, the Miner’s Memorial Garden and the Triangle in Church Lane.
- Commenting on planning applications.
- Trying to improve road safety.
- Much more here.
The Conygre Hall, Recreation Ground & Play Area
These are managed by The Conygre Trust, although they are owned by the Parish Council.
Travel to and from Timsbury
View travel services available in and around Timsbury.
Burial and Interment
The Cemetery in The Avenue is owned by the Church and managed by volunteers who organise regular maintenance and repairs as necessary. The Parish Council supports this with grant.
All those with a connection with the Parish are eligible for burial or the interment of ashes. In 2016 there were three burials and 10 interments.
There is also a garden of remembrance for interments close to the Lychgate.
Contact St Mary’s Church
Timsbury Cemetery is on land given to St Mary’s Church by the Samborne family when the Church graveyard was declared full in 1920.
The churchyard of St. Mary’s Church is managed by B&NES Council.