Chief Constable update to the PCC, 16th February 2024

This update from the Chief Constable of Wiltshire to the Police Crime Commissioner includes details of operational successes achieved over the preceding two weeks. To read or download, please click the link below: Chief Constable update to the PCC, 16th February 2024

PCC Philip Wilkinson’s March Parish Column

Chiseldon Parish Council shares communications it receives which may be of interest to our residents. PCC Philip Wilkinson writes: After a period of public consultation, I presented my final proposal for the policing precept of your council tax to the Police and Crime Panel this month. Wiltshire Police is facing increased financial pressures as we… read more

Cold weather and your local salt box

With spells of cold weather still possible, it’s important you know where your local salt box is. If you find your box is empty or damaged, please report it online so we can get it fixed and refilled. If there is no box near you, it could be that your road is one of those… read more

The February edition of OUR NEWS (Neighbourhood Watch)is here

The February edition of Our News, the Neighbourhood Watch newsletter, is now available to view or download below: February 2024 Newsletter – Our News Highlights include: Don’t have your heart broken by scammers – read our advice on spotting the signs of romance fraud Issue 6 of The Lookout is here, with fresh perspectives on… read more

Vulnerable people encouraged to seek help with energy bills

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is today (26 January) encouraging people struggling with the cost of energy bills this winter to contact their council about the financial help available from DWP’s Household Support Fund. The fund can be used to make homes more energy efficient, as well as help households with bills. Councils… read more

Chiseldon Events – a Photo Archive

Our photo gallery (on the Parish Information page) is bursting at the seams, so we’re creating this archive of images from local past events. Our community has submitted some fantastic pictures over the years – here’s a selection for you to enjoy again. Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Gallery 3

Swindon Highways & Transport News: the latest on pothole repairs

In an ideal world we’d have the money needed to keep potholes at bay, by resurfacing and upgrading roads as they wear out. While the Government announced some additional funding in November for local authorities to spend on road maintenance, the Local Government Association estimates it would take councils in England £14bn, and more than… read more