Wiltshire-Wide Dog Watch Scheme Launched

A new Dog Watch scheme has been set up by Wiltshire Police to help reassure owners around the safety of their pets. Over the past few months there has been a rising perception and concern that more dog thefts and attempted dog thefts are taking place across the country. This has primarily been driven by… read more

Self Employed Job Vaccancy – Chiseldon Parish Council

Chiseldon Parish Council is looking to hire on a contractural part-time basis, a self-employed handyperson for the parish. The role is as follows; General DIY (No electrical or plumbing) Painting and Decorating Weekly maintenance checks of the Sports Pavilion & Recreation Hall Litter Picking – tools provided Deliveries around the Parish Updating Noticeboards Fortnightly checks… read more

Parking for Draycot Foliat and Windmill Piece

Cllrs from the Parish Council met remotely with a member of SBC’s Highways department yesterday to understand the work involved in providing layby parking and improved parking for Draycot Foliat and Windmill Piece, funded by the Parish Council. The process is long and complex, but Cllrs and the Parish Council remain committed to completing these… read more

Neighbourhood Watch OUR NEWS Newsletter

We have received the following message from Neighbourhood Watch, informing residents about the latest Neighbourhood Watch newsletter: APRIL 2021 ‘OUR NEWS’ NEWSLETTER We are pleased to share our April ‘OUR NEWS’ newsletter, created by Neighbourhood Watch Network (the umbrella organisation for Neighbourhood Watches across England and Wales) for all Neighbourhood Watch supporters – from households… read more

SSEN encourages its central southern England communities to build resilience with £200k fund.

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has today announced the launch of a £200,000 fund to build local resilience and protect vulnerable community members across central southern England. The 2021 round of SSEN’s Resilient Communities Fund will open on Tuesday 6 April, with £200,000 available for non-profit making organisations, community groups and charities working to… read more

Town centre preparations ahead of lockdown relaxations

Ahead of the lockdown relaxations coming into place next Monday, 12 April (non-essential retail/public buildings/personal care premises/outdoor hospitality/indoor leisure facilities being able to reopen), the Council is preparing the town centre for the increase in visitors and users to keep everyone safe. This includes: The cleaning team operating enhanced cleaning of street furniture (waste bins,… read more

Support is available for residents in need this Easter

We’re providing healthy food and fun activities for children, and helping distribute supermarket and fuel vouchers to families in need. Over 4,500 children who receive means tested free school meals will be eligible for the Holiday Activities and Food programme this Easter, which helps provide access to fun activities and healthy food to children during… read more