Last Chance To Have Your Say On Rural Crime And Policing In Wiltshire

There are just a few days left for rural communities to have their say on crime and policing where they live. The National Rural Crime Survey comes to an end on 10 June and is asking key questions to ensure the voice of the countryside is heard. Do you think rural crime has gone up … Continue reading Last Chance To Have Your Say On Rural Crime And Policing In Wiltshire

Canal campaigners aiming for link to Lacock

The dream of a restored canal between Melksham and Lacock has moved another step closer to reality. The former Wilts & Berks Canal was abandoned more than a century ago and much of the original line was lost under modern development. However, in recent years the Wilts & Berks Canal Trust has submitted plans to … Continue reading Canal campaigners aiming for link to Lacock

Stay in touch with our Clinical Commissioning Group

Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for planning, organising and buying high-quality health services for the 470,000 people in Wiltshire. They are clinically-led, which means they are made up of doctors, nurses and other health professionals who understand the needs of the Wiltshire community and the impact that local services have on patients’ health. … Continue reading Stay in touch with our Clinical Commissioning Group

Another Casual Vacancy on Keevil Parish Council

Due to the resignation of Graeme Collins, another vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for Keevil Parish Council. There are three positions available. The first will be filled by co-option at an Extraordinary Meeting of the remaining four councillors of Keevil Parish Council on Tuesday 8th May, when a new Chairman and Vice … Continue reading Another Casual Vacancy on Keevil Parish Council

Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer Role

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

Wiltshire PHAB Long Service Award to Keevil Readers

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

Need funds for a community wildlife or conservation project?

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?

Free help to stay safe online…

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…