Please see below a plan showing the routes treated in your area. Please note that Marlborough Road south of The Ridgeway is treated by Wiltshire County and the A419 and M4 are treated by Highways England.
It is 4 years since changes were made by Swindon Borough Council to New Road, to reduce speeding and make the road safer for cars accessing the road from Canney Close and The Canney, as well as pedestrians, and cyclists. We would like to understand how people now feel about the change, how well is… read more
Households in Swindon are being reminded about some important changes to waste and recycling collections over the festive period. There will be no waste and recycling collections on Friday, 25 December 2020 and residents are advised to put their waste and recycling out, including food waste for those who receive collections, by 6.30am a few… read more
Year 6 wanted to share their love this Christmas. They wanted to try and include the whole community. It’s been a dreadful year but we can all share our love this Christmas.
Our tree and lights are now up on New Road for a little bit of festive sparkle. Thank you to a resident who donated the tree from their garden (if you could all get growing for future years please!) and we had a donation towards to the costs involved from another kind resident. The lights… read more
Defibrillators are very easy to use. Although they don’t all look the same, they all function in broadly the same way. You don’t need training to use one. The machine gives clear spoken instructions – all you have to do is follow them – and it won’t shock someone unless they need it. You may… read more
Please do read the article below in the Swindon Advertiser which outlays the way the scheme works. We can also confirm that: The scheme needs a good level of support from residents on the electoral register (the figure used for calculating the sign up %) for Chiseldon Parish. There is a threshold of households needed… read more
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