Residents of the Parish set up a scarecrow trail with impressive results, truly showing the commitment our residents have to being creative and supportive.
Following a rise in bin/rubbish fires within the Swindon area, we have been asked to share some helpful, important messaging. Please read the leaflets below:-
To read the September edition of ‘Our News, the newsletter for Neighbourhood Watch supporters, please follow the link below. September Edition of Our News, the Neighbourhood Watch newsletter (pdf, opens in new window)
Please click on the links below to view or download documents relating to the proposed speed limit. Draycot Foliat Speed Limit – Public Notice Draycot Foliat Speed Limit – Plan of Roads Affected Draycot Foliat Sped Limit – Statement of Reasons
Additional information: Schoolreaders is a national charity which recruits volunteers to go into schools that have asked for our help. We match them to a local primary school. Volunteers go in once a week to listen to children read, which has proved very successful before lockdown: at the beginning of March. we had 12,500 being… read more
The latest newsletter from Swindon Borough Council includes: An update on the situation in Swindon from Steve Madden, Director of Public Health The latest Government updates Advice on car sharingLocal testing available A survey about coronavirus You can read the newsletter by following the link below. Swindon Borough Council – It’s Up to All of… read more
15th August 2020 marked the 75th Anniversary of VJ Day. ‘Victory over Japan Day’ was the day on which Imperial Japan surrendered, effectively ending the Second World War. A commemorative tree planting took place to mark the event.
Please note that this is an update to the practice’s flu vaccination notice.
The latest newsletter from the Swindon Library and Information Service is now available. Follow the link below to find out about the latest news, including progress towards reopening. Swindon Library and Information Serice Newsletter.