Wendy, Tony and Bethan from the Chiseldon Gardening and Countryside Club, myself, and Karen who provided her Rotavator, planted 1000 bluebell bulbs last week at the Millennium Wood between the allotments and Farm Shop. The Parish Council provided funds for the bulbs and the gardening club and Karen assisted with all the hard work. Thank… read more
Local people are being asked to give feedback on the Council’s ambitious Carbon Reduction Strategy, which looks to make Council operations carbon neutral by 2030, along with wider plans to lead the entire borough towards net zero by 2050, delivering on Government targets. The consultation, which can be accessed by visiting the Council’s website, will… read more
Chiseldon Parish Council needs you! We are calling for community heroes to put themselves forward for one of FIVE vacancies on our local Parish Council. We want people of all backgrounds and experience to represent the community and help #MakeAChange. There are five simple steps to becoming a Chiseldon Parish Councillor: Contact the clerk to… read more
Chiseldon Primary & Nursery School’s head boy and head girl represented the school at the Cenotaph today to lay a wreath in remembrance. Watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/Chiseldon-Primary-Nursery-School-101903164549396/videos/361249851643536/
New stock of the Chiseldon Local History Group Calendars is now in, the first batch sold out so we have ordered some more. They are on sale in Oakley’s on the High Street, £5 each. If you can’t get to Chiseldon to buy yours, message me and we will try to help.
The footpath between the allotments on New Road and the Farm Shop will be shut from Monday 30th Nov for 4/5 days. SSE need to drill some test bore holes to make sure that when the underground cable ruptured earlier in the year, the oil leak didn’t contaminate the ground. Signage and barriers will be… read more
This year’s Remembrance Sunday was a little different.
New national restrictions which come into force from tomorrow (5 November) are expected to have minimal impact on council services. In line with the national guidance, Swindon Borough Council’s Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) will remain open, with the current booking system in place to allow for social distancing on site and to ensure residents… read more
This year, in line with government guidance, Swindon Borough Council is urging residents to mark Remembrance Sunday (8 Nov) at home. In light of the new lockdown restrictions, which came into force today (5 Nov), the Government has issued guidance to local authorities across England to ensure that the public is able to honour Remembrance… read more
Please see the poster below for details.