Remembrance RAF Keevil 2019

In this year of the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem, Keevil's Annual Service of Remembrance will be held tomorrow 7th September 12 noon at Stocks Green, led by the Rev Dr Rob Thomas. This short and simple service has its origins in the 50th Anniversary of D Day and the Arnhem Operation, which was a remarkable … Continue reading Remembrance RAF Keevil 2019

My Wiltshire App

At the first meeting of the Roads, Verges and Rights of Way working group it was discussed how any member of the public can report a variety of problems directly to Wiltshire Council. Suzanne explains: "One of the most efficient ways is to use an App (a mobile application) that is free to download onto your phone. … Continue reading My Wiltshire App

Main Street Road Closure on 3rd July

Wiltshire Council Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Closure of: Main Street (Part), Keevil (Ref: TTRO 5990) Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: Main Street (Part), Keevil; from property known as 4 Hobbs Hill for a distance of approximately … Continue reading Main Street Road Closure on 3rd July

Defibrillator familiarisation and CPR training

Our village Defibrillator was fitted in 2015 in the old phone box in Main Street. Shortly after installation we held a familiarisation session for all residents. It is proposed to hold another similar session to include CPR training. The Parish Council has agreed to fund this event. To express your interest in attending this evening … Continue reading Defibrillator familiarisation and CPR training

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!

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!

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

What’s important to you in Keevil? Time to have your say!

Surveys eh? Like buses - nothing for what seems like forever, and then two come along at once! The APPLE PRESS Last week we launched a short survey on behalf of Paul Lenaerts, who needs to know your thoughts on the future of the Apple Press. The full story was also published in the most recent … Continue reading What’s important to you in Keevil? Time to have your say!

Keevil’s Apple Press – what do YOU think?

As you probably know, Keevil has a small Apple Press bought a couple of years ago with some of the funds from the old Keevil Society, and which saw service 2016-17. However, experience has shown that the model is not quite robust enough for village use, and last year we borrowed larger kit which proved … Continue reading Keevil’s Apple Press – what do YOU think?