Swindon Borough Council Ward Councillor surgeries

Chiseldon and Lawn Ward Cllrs Jenny Jefferies and William Horley will have their monthly surgeries the first Saturday of each month, 11.30 to 12.30 at the Patriot’s Arms pub on Draycott Road in Chiseldon.  All residents are welcome to attend to chat to Jenny and William about any local issues that concern them, or they… read more

Elections update

Cllr William Horley, Conservative Party was elected as the second Ward Cllr for Chiseldon and Lawn Ward. Cllr Gary Sumner, Conservative Party was re-elected as Ward Cllr for Ridgeway Ward which includes Badbury. The Police and Crime Commissioner candidate for the Conservative Party Jonathan Seed won the Wiltshire vote, however withdrew his application. The elections… read more

Introduction to the Parish

The Parish Council is pleased to welcome Jon Jackson as our newest Parish Councillor. Jon has lived in Badbury since 2018 with his wife and is interested in being able to help shape the future of the parish and community whilst maintaining its rural feel. We will be working with Jon to see where his… read more

New Councillors Co-opted

We are pleased to announce that 2 new Councillors were co-opted on Monday 11th Jan at our Full Council meeting. Pauline Barnes has lived in Chiseldon for 35 years with her family. Prior to retirement Pauline worked in many roles caring for others.  She has an interest in youth provision for the Parish and joins… read more

Chiseldon Councillor Vacancies

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 Parish Council Celebrates Commitment to Real Living Wage

Chiseldon Parish Council has today accredited as a Living Wage Employer. Our Living Wage commitment will see everyone working at the council receive a minimum hourly wage of £9.30 in the UK or £10.75 in London. Both rates are significantly higher than the government minimum for over 25s, which currently stands at £8.72 per hour…. read more