Parish boundary map

Keevil Parish Council serves the village of Keevil and all the outlying areas within the large Parish area. It is part of the Summerham and Seend division, and Melksham Community Area, of Wiltshire Council

The Council normally meets in the Village Hall in Martins Road six times a year, although this transferred online via Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic. 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 are posted on the Parish Council Noticeboard in Martins Road, on the Parish Council’s own website, and here on the Keevil Village website. Parish Councillor details are listed here.

Further information about Town and Parish Councils can be found here on the Wiltshire Council website. Download a PDF of the Parish Map here: Keevil Parish Map

NEXT PLANNING MEETING: Tuesday 15th June 2021, 6pm outside 49 Martins Road

Agenda: Keevil Parish Council – Agenda for June 15th 2021 – Extra Meeting

NEXT FULL PARISH COUNCIL MEETING: Monday 28th June 2021, 7.30pm at (provisionally) the village hall

Due to government statutory requirements, meetings can no longer be held remotely and must take place live. 

Agenda: to come

Clerk to Keevil Parish Council: Richard Culverhouse | clerkkeevilpc@gmail.com | 97 Heather Shaw, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 7JT | Telephone 01225 777606 or 07785 547176

Minutes and documents from previous Parish Council meetings

(Note: Parish Council Planning Meeting minutes are on the Planning Matters page under the relevant application):

Parish Council Standing Orders & Code of Conduct

Keevil Standing Orders May 2019
Keevil Standing Orders May 2018
Code of Conduct dated June 2012

Annual Parish 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

Parish NEWSLETTER (produced by Wiltshire Council)

Wiltshire Council publishes a monthly newsletter for town and parish councils called ‘Wiltshire News’ which provides information for parish and town councils about the work they do. It contains brief summaries of key reports, consultations and news with links to further information on Wiltshire Council’s website. For more information, back copies or to provide feedback please email communications@wiltshire.gov.uk or telephone 01225 713115

There are two links from which you can download the newsletter: here and here

COVID-19 – information from Keevil Parish Council / the Keevil Emergency Group :-