Keevil Parish Council serves the village of Keevil and all the outlying areas within the large Parish area.

The Council meets in the Village Hall in Martins Road six times a year. Additional meetings will take place, as and when required, to consider any planning matters and these are open to public attendance. Details of these meetings will be posted on the Parish Council Noticeboard in Martins Road, and here on the village website.

The Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions:

  • Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability)
  • Crime & Disorder
  • Health & Safety
  • Human Rights

Parish Council Newsletter here

UPDATE 6th February 2018: Responding to our enquiry, Wiltshire Council have informed us the reason there are no newsletters on the above link since Sept 2017 is due to “the old web page not migrating properly across onto the new web page”. They are working on it and will update us as soon as it’s available to view online again.

Until then, current editions of the Parish Council Newsletter will be available directly here:

Parish Newsletter 12 March 2018
Parish Newsletter 26 February 2018
Parish Newsletter 15 February 2018
Parish Newsletter 6 February 2018
Parish Newsletter 29 January 2018

Community Policing

The following documents all relate to Parish Council Accounts and Auditors Report for the year ended 31 March 2017:
Auditor-Certificate -and-Opinion-2016-2017

Annual Report


Risk Assessment

The Council equally has to make an assessment of any potential threats/risks and ensure that these are assessed, evaluated and appropriate controls put in place to mitigate this.
Risk Assessment 2017

Summary of Receipts and Payments

The attached document provides the full details of how and where the Council spent the funds for the benefit of the residents within this Parish.
Summary Receipts and Payments 2016-2017