Parish/Ward Cllr Surgery

Parish/Ward Cllr surgery is this Saturday 3rd November 2018 from 11.30 to 12.30 at the Calley Memorial Hall on Draycott Road. Everyone is welcome along for any queries or questions.

Ridgeway Bell – What’s On In November 2018?

What’s on in November? 3rd November – Borough Councillors’ Surgery, Calley Memorial Hall, 11.30am – 12.30pm 5th November – Craft Club, Chiseldon House Hotel, 10am – 12 noon 6th November – Chiseldon WI, Holy Cross Church Hall, 7.30pm 11th November – Remembrance Day Services—Holy Cross Church 10.45am – note time. 11th November – Armistice Day Remembrance, New Road, Chiseldon, 3pm… read more

Transport Report – November 2018

Clarification On What Tickets Can Be Used On X5 Service A meeting of all parties concerned took place on the 16th October 2018 including both SBC & Wiltshire Councils and the three bus companies.  The Go South Coast company (who run the X5) have lost quite a lot of revenue in the past few months… read more

Changes To Wroughton Community Library

The library has now moved within the Ellendune Centre to a larger room called the Spooncer Room.  This room is on the right-hand side, on the opposite side to the Parish Council Office.  This room provides almost as much area as when the library was located in its own building.  The opening hours are changing… read more

Blub Planting

The Parish Council applied to the Marlborough Downs: A space for nature, to receive bulbs they are handing out to plant in public areas. We received 650 bulbs and some were planted at Strouds Hill on Friday 19th October. If anyone wants to help with planting the remainder on Strouds Hill, they would be most… read more

Council’s Preparations Ahead Of Winter Season

Council has preparations in place ahead of winter season Preparations are in place should freezing temperatures hit the borough over the coming months. More than 500 tonnes of salt have been delivered to Swindon Borough Council’s Waterside depot in Cheney Manor Industrial Estate, taking the road salt stockpile to over 800 tonnes. The salt which… read more