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Civic Awards 2019-2020.  Do You Know Someone Who Goes the Extra Mile?

Cricklade is renowned for its community spirit, so do you know of someone, or group of people, who volunteer in the community and deserve to be recognised for all their hard work, bravery or courage?  The Town Council is seeking nominations towards three categories of award:  Young Person of the Year,  Cricklade Community Award and Community Group of the Year.   Details and forms are available from the Town Council Offices or download here.  Closing date : Friday 7th February 2020.

Cricklade in bloom

Click here to read the Chronicle for June 2020 e-edition

TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS

Please note that in light of the current Covid19 situation all Council meetings scheduled until the end of April 2020 have been cancelled.

Rest assured that the Town Council continue to operate, we are in contact with all members and staff remotely and will continue to do our best for the Community of Cricklade during this difficult time. There is a sufficient scheme of delegation in place so that any urgent decisions can be made without the necessity of a public meeting. If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact the Town Council Office via telephone (01793 751394) or email (admin@crickladetowncouncil.gov.uk).

 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

Please note that in light of the current Covid19 situation the Annual Town Meeting scheduled for 14 April 2020 has been postponed until 1 June 2020 (TBC). We would like to thank all of those residents and groups that have agreed to be involved in the meeting and will contact them individually with relevant information. If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact the Town Council Office via telephone (01793 751394) or email (admin@crickladetowncouncil.gov.uk).

 

The grazing of North Meadow.

The Hayward of The Manorial Court of the Hundred and Borough of Cricklade advises that there will be 71 cattle on North Meadow for the next few weeks and up to 20 horses until the end of the year. There are caution notices on every entrance to assist visitors. Grazing is a vital part of maintaining our National Nature Reserve. Hundreds of years of Lammas management (hay crop taken in July followed by aftermath grazing) is why North Meadow has such a unique and special biodiversity.

 

Council and Committee Chairmen 2018.

At the Annual Meeting of Cricklade Town Council on Monday, 14th May 2018, Councillor Mark Clarke was re-elected as Chairman of the Town Council. He will be supported by Councillor Angela Jensen as Vice-Chairman. The Chairman of the Planning, Conservation and Transport Committee is Councillor Chris Hodgson, supported by Councillor John Coole as Vice-Chairman. The Chairman of the Community and Leisure Committee is Councillor Russell Osman, supported by Councillor Angela Jensen as Vice-Chairman.

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Ockwells, 113 High Street
Cricklade SN6 6AE
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Telephone: 01793 751 394

E-Mail:admin@crickladetowncouncil.gov.uk

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