BUZZ ROUNDUP

Welcome back to the BUZZ Roundup – a quick update of anything that’s changed on our village website recently and a reminder of events coming up soon. Saturday's Folk Night was a sold-out success, with a fantastic line-up of talent on stage: opening newcomers Fly Yeti Fly (we want to see more of you two!), welcome returns for Mike Deverall and Feral Beryl, and … Continue reading BUZZ ROUNDUP

Abnormal load may cause delays on A350 on Sunday

Abnormal load due to travel through Wiltshire on Sunday Road users in the Westbury, Trowbridge, Melksham and Chippenham areas of Wiltshire may experience delays on the roads on Sunday March 10th. An abnormal load is to leave Brook Lane, Westbury, at midday along the B3097 to Trowbridge, where it will join the A350 and travel onwards … Continue reading Abnormal load may cause delays on A350 on Sunday

BUZZ ROUNDUP

Welcome back to the BUZZ Roundup – a quick update of anything that’s changed on our village website recently and a reminder of events coming up soon. The Village Survey has now closed, there has been a fantastic response! It's too early for more information, but there will be an update at tonight's Parish Council meeting. The … Continue reading BUZZ ROUNDUP

LAST CALL! Deadline on surveys midnight tonight!

  If you haven't quite got around to filling in KEEVIL VILLAGE SURVEY or the APPLE PRESS , you have until midnight tonight, so there is still time for you to let your thought be known. The Village Survey is an in-depth review of what is most important to the people who live in Keevil, both now and in … Continue reading LAST CALL! Deadline on surveys midnight tonight!

Could you home 20,000 cats?

No, neither could we. But that's how many cats ONE UNSPAYED FEMALE and her offspring could produce over a 4 year period. Sobering, isn't it? RSPCA launches free neutering scheme on World Spay Day: 26th February 2019 RSPCA Wiltshire Mid Branch is organising a cat neutering campaign, in conjunction with Cats Protection Frome and District … Continue reading Could you home 20,000 cats?

Last call for Folk Night tickets!

KEEVIL’S VILLAGE FOLK NIGHT Saturday 9th March 2019 Introducing for 2019 fabulous new acts for Keevil’s Annual Folk Night… Fly Yeti Fly – a great young folk duo who recently moved from Devon to live the good life on the Kennet and Avon Canal, producing awe-inspiring songs and music. Curlew’s Cry – a trio that blend together … Continue reading Last call for Folk Night tickets!

BUZZ ROUNDUP

Welcome back to BUZZ Roundup – a quick update of anything that’s changed on our village website recently and a reminder of events coming up soon. How are those New Year New You resolutions going? There are several fantastic classes in our village hall each week, including our very own Stacy Gough, a fully qualified sports and … Continue reading BUZZ ROUNDUP

Planning application for land at Martins Road resubmitted

Planning Application 19/01400/FUL Proposed development: Land at Martins Road, Keevil, BA14 6NA  Development of a single 2 bedroom dwelling with associated car port, garden, driveway and access (Resubmission of 18/07717/FUL) Keevil Parish Council will hold a Planning Committee meeting this coming Saturday 23rd February 2019 at 9.30am to consider the resubmission of a planning application for the land … Continue reading Planning application for land at Martins Road resubmitted

A361 Road Closure 4th April

Wiltshire Council Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Closure of: A361 (Part), Seend, Keevil and Semington (Ref: TTRO 5822) Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: A361 (Part) Seend, Keevil and Semington; from its junction with Seend Head to its … Continue reading A361 Road Closure 4th April

Public consultation open on Wiltshire’s political boundary recommendations

The review into Wiltshire's political boundaries has moved a step forward and people are being invited to have their say. The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England formally publishing its draft recommendation which propose Wiltshire should have 98 councillors in future: this is no change from now. The recommendations also outline how those councillors … Continue reading Public consultation open on Wiltshire’s political boundary recommendations