Wiltshire police have created a new Volunteer role to help the Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch Committee to support and build the Neighbourhood Watch Network in Wiltshire. Role Description: The Neighbourhood Watch scheme is a partnership intended to bring people together to make their communities safer. Neighbourhood Watch is the UK's largest voluntary movement. As the Wiltshire … Continue reading Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer Role
Due to the resignation of Michael Abraham, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for Keevil Parish Council. Please see the Vacancies page for details
Wiltshire PHAB (Physically Handicapped & Able Bodied) Club had an award presentation evening at the Wyvern Club in Devizes on 20th October to recognise volunteers who had made contributions to the cause for over 10 years. One of the awards was to the Keevil Readers who have, for over 20 years, been reading the Wiltshire … Continue reading Wiltshire PHAB Long Service Award to Keevil Readers
Wiltshire Wildlife Community Energy Community Fund This Community Fund is now open for applications. The fund receives donations from the activities of Wiltshire Wildlife Community Energy and has funds to grant to beneficiaries for projects. Projects must encourage and support Wiltshire communities and voluntary groups to take initiatives in wildlife conservation, mitigation of climate change … Continue reading Need funds for a community wildlife or conservation project?
Do you need some confidence in staying safe online? You need the Bobby Van! If you are aged over 60 or have a registered disability (and are over 18), you are entitled to a visit from a online safety volunteer who will talk you through using your digital equipment safely. To make an appointment, call … Continue reading Free help to stay safe online…
Community Tree Planting Project Wiltshire intends to commemorate the end of the First World War (11th November 1918) at the 100th anniversary in November 2018. The Commemoration will take the form of planting 10,000 trees in the County to acknowledge the sacrifice of the 10,000 soldiers from Wiltshire who died in World War 1. Options … Continue reading Should Keevil plant commemorative community trees?
FloodRe have launched their Local Hero Awards to recognise individuals or community groups who have shown leadership and resilience around their flood relief efforts. The reward for the winning individual or community is £10,000 which is to benefit the local community and it provides a great opportunity to share your experience and nominate a person or group … Continue reading Looking for a Flood Hero