The June Neighbourhood Watch Enewsletter is now available via the link below. Neighbourhood Watch
An education programme, which helps adult learners into training or employment, has been rated ‘Good’ with outstanding features by inspectors. Ofsted has today (26 May) delivered its verdict on Swindon Borough Council’s Adult Community Learning programme following an inspection in March. The Council is responsible for delivering adult learning programmes for people across the borough…. read more
Please could the residents of Carisbrook Terrace and The Crescent make sure their vehicles are parked appropriately so that the SBC refuse and recycling lorries can access the streets this week. Thanks.
Residents donated children’s clothes and toys for a collection day at the Primary School, for anyone in need of new items for their children.
Swindon Borough Council has written to more than 5,000 residents who have been identified by the NHS as being at high risk from coronavirus. The letter, which will hit doormats this week, contains guidance around the delivery of food and medical supplies and outlines the support that is available for those experiencing loneliness as a… read more
Neighbourhood Watch’s May 2020 eNewsletter is now published. View or download the newsletter.
Dealing with your waste responsibly It is more important than ever to deal with your waste responsibly. We need your help to keep our staff safe, and to minimise the amount of waste and recycling you put out for collection. Do not burn rubbish. We are investigating reports of bonfires See our daily report… read more
Our staff have been overwhelmed by the support shown for them each Thursday for Clap For Our Carers. We would love to be able to share with them what’s happening in streets around Wiltshire at 8pm each Thursday. Please send us your videos and pictures of what’s happening in your streets via our social media… read more
Dear resident, I hope you and your loved ones are keeping well, as we continue to get through this challenging situation. The Swindon community continues to pull together, particularly to support our most vulnerable residents who depend on emergency food supplies and medication being delivered to them by the Council, partners and our fantastic volunteers…. read more
This is not a Parish Council iniative, but we do support it.