CORONAVIRUS NOTICE BOARD
Coronavirus (COVID 19) National and local statistics. (updated daily)
For detailed information on these statistics click here.
Latest Covid-19 ‘Guidance’.
Covid-19 UPDATE: LATEST ADVICE and other News.
New! South West Wiltshire ‘Our Community Matters’ (updated 30-07-2021)
‘Our Community Matters’ is an interactive notice board for news, events and volunteering opportunities for communities across Wiltshire. It provides people with local interactive notice boards which everyone can use to highlight and discuss local news events and ideas Tap image to view the current ‘Our Community Matters’ main noticeboard. Tap here to view this week’s latest news, events and community information for SW Wiltshire. Items include: Tisbury Library; Bus Back Better survey.
New! Covid-19 UPDATE : LATEST ADVICE and other News. (posted 30-07-2021)
The latest Covid-19 statistics for Wiltshire continues to increase with 2,070 cases over the last 7 days, whilst the rate of cases per 100k has risen from 295 last week to 414 this week – still below the national average for England but the number of infections continue to climb quite quickly. Please keep playing your part to help keep these case numbers in check. The Delta variant is on a rapid increase so we need to very cautious indeed. Click the panel to read the details. Other items include: Travel Checklist details; Covid-testing/self isolation; Police and Crime Commissioner Election; Bus services; Gym membership promotion; Advice and support for young people; Roadworks.
Ansty PYO & Farm Shop steps up another gear as July 19th approaches! (updated 30-07-2021)
Now that summer is here at last (!) and Covid restrictions have eased further, customers are advised to check out the delicious stock that is available in the shop and the fruit and vegetable garden. Sample their superb home baked bread; stop for a cup of tea or coffee with yummy cakes and buns on the picnic benches outside or in the tea room! The shop premises continue to be as ‘Covid-secure’ as they can possibly as we are still dealing with the prevalence of the virus. Click on the shop image to visit their website home page for the modes of shopping on offer.
Please Beware – Mobile Phone Deals Could Be A Scam! (posted 08-07-2021)
Wiltshire Police have been alerted by our colleagues at the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) that there is a current ongoing fraud where consumers are being cold called by individuals impersonating staff of legitimate mobile network operators and suppliers. Click on the logo for more details.
New! Local Impactive Crimes 14th To 20th June 2021 – Tisbury – police information. (posted 21-06-2021)
Click the logo for a summary of local impactive crimes, considered suitable for public dissemination, within the Warminster Community Area. If you can provide information for any of the crimes, please call Wiltshire Police on 101 quoting the relevant reference number. Emergencies/Crimes in progress must be reported using 999. Non-emergency police matters can be reported using 101. The crime map lags behind somewhat!
What should I do to prevent catching and spreading the coronavirus?
For other local emergency problems visit: What to do in an Emergency
There remains deluge of information out there – but one of the easiest websites to digest is supplied by the BBC in conjunction with the NHS. Click on image.
Here is the current official government link ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): What you still need to do
Tisbury Neighbourhood Response – serving Tisbury, West Tisbury and the surrounding hamlets. (posted 02-04-2020)
The phone number to call is 01747 684010 or you can email email@example.com
There are three options: (prescription/medication collection; food shopping; social). There are many volunteers wishing to help.
Emergency Relief Fund (posted 02-04-2020)
The Alice Combes Trust supported by The Lord Arundell of Wardour Charitable Trust are today launching an emergency food relief fund for residents of the following parishes:Tisbury, West Tisbury, Wardour, Donhead St Andrew, Donhead St Mary, Semley and Ansty. Tap here for more details.
Our Community Matters
‘Our Community Matters’ is an interactive notice board for news, events and volunteering opportunities for communities across Wiltshire.It provides people with local interactive notice boards which everyone can use to highlight and discuss local news events and ideas. Click on the image for our local community site.
07917 751 728
New! Wiltshire Age UK is calling all those folk who might like to ‘get connected’ into the ‘digital world’! (posted 05-02-2021)
If you’ve always wanted to make a video call or shop online but have never had the courage. Or, you’ve got some knowledge but want to improve your skills. Their ‘free to access Click & Connect project’ may be able to help. Click on the logo to get the full details.
New! Wiltshire Age UK highlights that you could be eligible for a ‘Surviving Winter Grant to help with heating costs. (posted 05-02-2021)
You may be eligible for a ‘Surviving Winter Grant’ if you are on a lower income and worry about the cost of heating. They can also advise on other schemes like: ‘Warm Home Discount’ and ‘Winter Fuel Payment’. Click on logo for full details.
Wiltshire News (from Wiltshire Council) (posted 14-01-2020)
It seems a such a difficult time to try and keep local people informed about matters (other than Covid-19) that might affect us sometime in the near future. However, life must go on and Wiltshire Council are keen to consult with all parishes about future planning provision for the county’s housing and employment as outlined in their Local Plan Review. These consultations end on Tuesday 9th March 2021. As we are in Lockdown 3 you can still have your say and you can also sign up to ‘attend’ one of their online engagement sessions. No one can say that the Wiltshire Council didn’t try to engage or consult with the population over these changes. Click on the image to find out more. Or you can skip to the item below which takes you to a summary page.
Wiltshire Council LOCAL PLAN: Sign up Online and have your say! (updated 14-01-2020)
Continuing Covid -19 restrictions along with Christmas and New Year holidays is probably not the best time to introduce a ‘consultation period’ but the Wiltshire Council Local Plan review consultation is an important opportunity for local people to ‘have their say’ on the future of possible areas of growth in their area before proposals are finalised in a draft Local Plan, later in 2021.
Wiltshire Council would usually hold a series of face-to-face engagement events for the Local Plan review, but are unable to do so because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, interested people are urged to ‘sign up’ for their local online event to find out more. The relevant online events for our parish and its locality will be held on 1st and 2nd February, 7-8pm. Anyone who can’t make their local online event will be able to view all the relevant documents online and complete the online consultation to have their say.
Introducing ‘Tis the Future’: Refill, Reuse, Reduce, Reimagine (posted 23-12-2020)
We all acknowledge that we need to do more to reverse climate change and halt the decline of our environment. Well here is a local based initiative that hopes to show us the way forward that is set to become operational in the New Year. Set up by group called the Tisbury Community Benefit Society a zero-plastic, electric powered, mobile refill shop – community owned and community run – will visit local villages, including Ansty and stop for an hour. The stopping place in Ansty will be the Maypole area. ‘Tis the Future’ will initially be selling purely staple store cupboard ingredients such as rice, oats, flour, pasta and cereals etc. Click on the vehicle image for all of the details.
Three dedicated Education, Employment Advisers will be getting alongside our young people to help them access opportunities to help them towards successful working lives. These young people may face multiple barriers preventing them from participating in EET and need a different type of support. For some young people support is provided by other Local Authority Teams, specifically the SEND service for young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and those working with the Youth Offending Team (YOT).
Young Work Wiltshire can provide one-to-one support for young people who need help to find the right opportunity for them. This currently provided over the phone and online, but eventually we hope to do some face to face/outreach support.
This support includes:
- Engaging a young person in understanding the provision available
- Finding and applying for a suitable education or training course
- Finding and applying for an apprenticeship
- Support in transitioning to the new opportunity
- Tracking & reducing the young people without a known post 16 destination.
For more information or to refer to the service you can contact us by:
Clicking on image or strapline above
Phone: 01225 716890
Use the Work Wiltshire Website and click on the blocks to navigate to a section you need.
Special features include:
- Local Employment Information
- Support – especially for young people
- Other useful links
The Wiltshire Home Library Service June 2020
Volunteer Support needed in the Community (2021)
‘Age UK Wiltshire’ are currently looking for volunteers to support clients within South Wiltshire. 2020
Age UK Wiltshire is local independent charity providing support to anyone over the age of 50 living in Wiltshire & Swindon who needs helpful information, advice, extra support or friendship.
Their core services are primarily delivered in the community with individuals on a one to one basis, for example, volunteers visiting someone at home to help them fill in benefits claim forms or visiting isolated older people at home to help them re-connect with their community. Click here for more information: Volunteering for Age UK Wiltshire
The Tisbury & District LINK Scheme (Updated September 2020)
If you haven’t got access to transport or perhaps you no longer drive, then give LINK a call… We are here … to get you there – whether it be for hospital or doctors appointments, hairdressers, shops, library or visiting friends and relatives etc. Please click here for more information :Tisbury & District LINK Scheme
The local LINK scheme is always looking for volunteer drivers.
If you are interested in offering a service to those who need it and would like more information – then please phone Sally Naish on 01747 870731