Litter Pick RESCHEDULED.

Cricklade Town Council would like to say a big thank you to all the people who helped with the Cricklade Spring Clean.

Between you all, you collected over 74 bags of rubbish! You also found a number of rusty signs, some large batteries and a piece of carpet!

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Waste Free Challenge.

Take on the 'Waste Free' Challenge - find out how you can reduce, reuse and recycle with this useful guide produced by the Waste Team at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, working in partnership with Wiltshire Council.

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue.

The Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue team are asking drivers to think when they are parking and ask themselves the question: 'Are We Getting Through'? Their smallest appliance needs 3 metres, the width of 2 cars, to pass safely through. Please see this link for more information regarding this road safety campaign.

Cricklade Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Result.

 

The Referendum took place on Thursday, 8th March 2018.

 

The question proposed was "Do you want Wiltshire Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Cricklade to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?"

 

Cricklade Town Council are pleased to announce that the proposal was carried and the Declaration of Result is attached.

 

If you'd like to know more about the Cricklade Neighbourhood Plan, please visit this website.

Important Public Meeting - Tuesday, 17th October.

A Public Meeting and an Extra Ordinary Meeting were held on Tuesday, 17 October at Cricklade Town Hall to discuss the Community Asset Package Offer received from Wiltshire Council.  The Chairman, Councillor Mark Clarke explained the package - the freehold of the Ockwells site (the Town Council Offices, the Library and Doctors Surgery), the Leisure Centre building and grounds and a major part of the Town Hall car park.

There were 135 members of the Public in attendance.

After the Public meeting, an Extra Ordinary meeting of the Council took place.  Following discussions, Members unanimously accepted (in principle) the Community Asset Transfer subject to the Statement of Key Principles.

The proposal will be presented to Wiltshire Cabinet in December 2017, the tender process is aimed for May/June 2018, to be finalised in August/September, with an estimated 10 -12 month programme of works. Due to finish in September/October 2019.

The minutes and notes of these meetings can be found here.

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Ockwells, 113 High Street
Cricklade  SN6 6AE

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