Information on the Cotswold Water Park
" provide for the benefit of the public.."
The Cotswold Water Park Society had these Objects:
" provide for the benefit of the public, in particular inhabitants of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, facilities in the interests of social welfare for education, conservation, recreation and leisure time occupation at the Cotswold Water Park with the object of improving the conditions of life for those who have need of such facilities.."
Following the Public Meeting in March 2010, the Parish Councils of Somerford Keynes, Ashton Keynes and South Cerney called for wider public membership of the Cotswold Water Park Society, to promote greater transparency and accountability. The Society has become a subsiduary of the Cotswold Water Park Trust, and you can become a member of the Trust for £15 a year:
This site provides access to information already in the public domain, including the documents posted up on the 'Information received...' section.


Recent news

  • MW Active pleads guilty Following the prosecution brought by Cotswold District Council, WM Active, the company responsible for managing health and safety at the Cotswold Water Park swimming area where the death of Kajil Devi occurred in 2010, entered a guilty plea at Gloucester Crown Court on 14 July in relation to an offence of failing to ensure the health and safety of non-employees, contrary to Section 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974.  A sentence hearing will take place on 30 October.
    Posted 21 Jul 2014, 05:48 by Philip Nicholas
  • Keynes Park company to be prosecuted regarding death of Kajil Devi WM Active Ltd is to be prosecuted for health and safety failings following the death of a 15-year-old schoolgirl in 2010.
    Posted 17 Oct 2013, 03:25 by Philip Nicholas
  • City of London Police Report released The long awaited City of London Police report has been published.
    Posted 17 Oct 2013, 03:17 by Philip Nicholas
  • Reaction to Max Thomas pre-election letter Correspondence continues following the unprecedented distribution of the Max Thomas letter prior to the recent County Council election:
    Posted 15 May 2013, 03:45 by Philip Nicholas
  • Continuing debate after public letters from Cllr Jenkins and Max Thomas A public letter from Cllr Esmond Jenkins supporting Lib-Dem candidate Mike Evmey containing criticisms of Cllr Shaun Parsons, and an unprecedented public letter in response from Mr Thomas of Watermark, continue to cause debate about the Water Park saga.
    Posted 10 May 2013, 10:14 by Philip Nicholas
  • Police end Water Park investigation, and Cllr Jenkins seeks disclosure As the City of London Police and the Crown Prosecution Service advise Gloucestershire Constabulary that further enquiries not justified, in a letter copied to local councillors, Cllr Esmond Jenkins seeks disclosure of evidence and witness statements.
    Posted 25 Mar 2013, 07:44 by Philip Nicholas
  • Cllr Jenkin's legal challenge to CDC dismissed by County Court Esmond Jenkins brought the case claiming Cotswold District Council should have provided him with legal cover during his Standards for England hearing in January 2012, but the judge at Oxford County Court said it had little chance of success.
    Posted 22 Mar 2013, 11:08 by Philip Nicholas
  • Dennis Grant order to repay £319,000 Gloucester Crown Court, having ruled that Grant had defrauded Cotswold Water Park Society of £770,291.25, has ordered that his assets - rules to be worth £318,949.71 - must be paid to the Cotswold Water Park Trust.  If he fails to pay by November 2013, he is to serve an extra three and a half years in prison, to run concurrently with his current four year, four month sentence.
    Posted 5 Dec 2012, 10:14 by Philip Nicholas
  • CWP Trust seeks some new Trustees As the ongoing management of the Cotswold Water Park Trust is still regarded with concern, assurances are given by Matthew Millett, and new Trustees are being sought:
    Posted 5 Nov 2012, 05:47 by Philip Nicholas
  • CWP Trust wins civil case against Dennis Grant CWP Society has obtained a judgement for recovery of around £1m, but the Matthew Millet, Managing Director of CWP Trust anticipates that only a small proportion of this will be recovered from Mr and Mrs Grant.
    Posted 18 Oct 2012, 05:49 by Philip Nicholas
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