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OUT OF HOURS TELEPHONE NUMBER
In the case of urgent Parish matters that cannot wait until the office is open please ring 07341 474234   ....More

Wiltshire Council report on 2nd bypass consultation
Wiltshire Council have published their report following the 2nd consultation on the proposed A350 Melksham Bypass, you can read the report here http://https://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/highways-a350-melksham-bypass ....More

Proposed A350 Bypass press release - Cabinet 30th November
WILTSHIRE COUNCIL'S PRESS RELEASE Cabinet agrees to make changes to A350 Melksham bypass project based on community feedback Cabinet has agreed to proceed with proposals for the A350 Melksham bypass and will be making changes ....More

Wiltshire Community Environmental Toolkit
Wiltshire Community Environmental Toolkit   Wiltshire Council, in partnership with Natural England, have produced a toolkit to help community groups carry out environmental projects in their area.   ....More

Shaw & Whitley Flood Wardens - video of work undertaken
A short film made by the Shaw & Whitley flood wardens about the work they undertake. The film was produced as part of the online Wiltshire Council and Environment Agency Winter Weather Resilience two day conference ....More

Dog Fouling on Bowerhill Sports Field
The evenings are dark now, the clocks have changed and unfortunately and predictably the amount of dog mess on the Bowerhill Sports Field has sufficiently increased. Please, Please pick up your dog mess, bag it and put it in the bin. There are ....More

Newsletter for Berryfield Ward residents
A newsletter has been delivered to all residents of the Berryfield Ward over the last few days (early November) with news of how to get involved with the new village hall, the public art project, maps on street names etc  and the consultation by the Wilts & Berks Canal Trust on the route of the restored canal, and the prospect of more housing in the area to pay for it. 

You can read all about it here:

Newsletter

Maps

Canal Trust public consultation flyer