The Parish Clerk’s office is now closed from Friday 21st July to Friday 28th July. Emails will be monitored and urgent issues attended to. Phone messages will be dealt with when the office is open.
There is a local programme running for 16-24 yr olds to help them achieve qualifications, with the aim of getting young people into work. The course is available to people within this age range who are not in education, employment or a traineeship. Here is the information provided: Whether you’re looking to improve your skills… read more
For our residents’ information: these alarms can be purchase from Maplin for £20.00. They are wireless and you place them in your outside building and they are activated if the beam is broken before the alarm is deactivated.They are battery operated.
More than six million historic parish records have been digitised for the first time and can be accessed via Swindon’s libraries, offering a unique insight into the history and people of Wiltshire. Published online by Ancestry, the leader in family history and consumer genomics, in conjunction with Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council, the Wiltshire… read more
The document linked to below has details of this post. Deputy Clerk vacancy For further details, contact Andy Reeves, Central Swindon North Parish Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The poster linked to below gives details of this organsation. Please contact if you can help. Brighter Futures Octopus
Office closed for the day. Please email email@example.com or leave a voicemail on 01793 740744 for assistance on the Clerks return.
Butts Road Cemetery – one of the large trees behind the building on the path way has 2 broken branches. They will be removed on Saturday 11th March. In the meantime please spread the word that anyone visiting should avoid the tarmac path directly behind the Chapel building. Thanks
From SBC Library eNewsletter: Need help to access support in critical aspects of your life – such as your health and wellbeing, money, benefits or work? Librarians have brought together some of their preferred and trusted websites in one convenient place! It’s called Information4living http://www.information4living.org.uk/ Fully searchable by postcode, the website links directly… read more
Public meeting held by City and Country on Thursday March 16th from 3-7pm at Burderop Park to hear more about the planning application proposed for the site.