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New! Another stellar performance from the Commandery Players! (posted 16-08-2022)

Many people took advantage of the warm summer nights to have the perfect pre-performance picnic in the shaded Ansty Manor grounds overlooking Ansty pond. The historic and evocative setting of Ansty Commandery, once an Elizabethan banqueting hall, provided the perfect backdrop for this tale of love, mercy, and revenge. The Commandery Players staged Shakespeare’s ‘Merchant of Venice’ to packed audiences over a four-night run from August 10th – 14th. By all accounts, the production was of the highest standard. Click on the image to read more.

New! Ansty PYO & Farm Shop Maize Maze about to open….(now it is cooler!) (posted 16-08-2022)

The well anticipated Ansty PYO Maize Maze will be opening very soon!!! Due to the lack of rain and the very hot weather, the team had had to postpone opening it. Now the weather has cooled down, they are ready to go!! Why, we may even get some much needed rain too- Yippee! – but don’t let that deter you!  More on facebook!

New! Gillingham & Shaftesbury Show is on Wednesday August 17th. (posted 16-08-2022)

A great day out for all the family!  The traditional agricultural show has kept true to it roots and is a popular draw for locals including Ansty folk! Click on the image for the Official G&S Show Magazine. Click here for the the G&S website.

 

New! Countryside continues to be tinder box dry: be aware of the dangers of fire! (updated 12-08-2022)

Extreme heat warning. Stay safe in the hot weather

We’re currently in the middle of an Amber extreme heat warning issued by The Met Office with temperatures set to peak at 35C tomorrow, Saturday 13 August.
This means that people are likely to experience health effects, and not just those most vulnerable to extreme heat. To help in the hot weather, we’ve added some advice on how you can stay safe in the extreme heat on our website. We are also experiencing a meteorological drought  and whilst Wiltshire hasn’t been included in the first areas to be declared as having a drought, with the extreme weather warning in place we can all play our part by using water wisely at home.

With the warm, very dry weather continuing, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is reminding us all to take extra care when enjoying the outdoors. They are asking that we don’t have a bonfire at home while it’s so dry. If it’s absolutely necessary, have a garden hose to hand in case it starts to get out of control; site it well away from fencing, trees and property; and never use an accelerant to get it started. Also, barbecue coals and fire pits stay hot for hours, so douse them with water and don’t dispose of the remnants until you are absolutely sure they are cold. Better still, just don’t use them! The same advice applies to activities in the the tinder box dry countryside at large. Heath fires and farmland fires can be devastating too. Other items include: Staying safe in hot weather; £150 energy rebates; car parking charges are going up in Wiltshire Council car parks; Roadworks Map-latest. Click on the one network image for more information.

There are forthcoming roadworks in Ansty Coombe – scheduled for 19-21st August.  Parts of the Coombe Lane will be closed: follow diversions. Click on logo for more details.

New! South West Wiltshire ‘Our Community Matters’  (updated 12-08-2022)

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 the SW Wiltshire area. Latest news from @KarenLinakerCEM

New! Looking forward to end of August into September at Ansty PYO! (updated 11-08-2022)

What a great summer this has turned out to be with masses of sunshine if a tad too hot and dry recently (!!). Unfortunatelyt there are downsides and a water shortage is one of them! However, it has continued to be very busy at Ansty PYO!  All the seasonal stock and other essentials can be found in the shop with some summer fruits still on offer. Plenty of yummy things; a huge variety of mouth-watering cakes; fruit & vegetables – and great home-cooked food. Then of course there is always the ever-popular air conditioned tea-room and our charity bookshop! Special Summer evenings under a beautiful stretch tent have continued to be a huge success with more to come! Lastly watch out for the WILD WEST Ansty Maize Maze! Click on either image for the latest details from K!

New! Heatwave and drought leading to an increase in fires in the countryside throughout Southern England. (posted 11-08-2022)

Once again we are in the grip of another heatwave and with so little rain in the past summer months conditions are perfect in the countryside for fires which can quickly consume large areas – especially stubble fields after the harvest. People are urged to be aware of such dangers and to avoid anything that might start a conflagration which could spread to property.  Recently a fire was confined to part of hedgerow on Shave Lane – backing on to Ansty PYO premises. Click on the image for details.

New! Recently Reported Crime Incidents for Tisbury/Ansty Area (posted 08-08-2022)

Click on the logo to view a summary of ‘local impactive’ crimes, considered suitable for public dissemination, within the Warminster Community Area which includes Ansty and Tisbury.

Read the latest issue of The ‘Blackmore Vale’ all digital version! (posted 05-08-2022) 

With the Blackmore Vale in Dorset on our doorstep the May edition of the all digital BV ‘book’ is now out! Just click on the BV image to view this latest production of 127 pages.  It has the feel of a glossy magazine with some superb photography and great articles. This format has all the hallmarks of where local and even national newspapers and magazines will eventually go. It allows for interactive activities and other links connected with articles. It also saves on paper, transport and recycling which shrinks the carbon footprint!  It is a pity that beautiful Wiltshire seems to have nothing comparable to this and all for free too!  You can also download the version if you want to. The Blackmore Vale Website has all the details too! Brilliant!

Local Tisbury based Community Magazine – latest edition for August 2022 is out! (posted 05-08-2022)

Many parishioners in Ansty and local folk from the surrounding villages look forward to receiving the longstanding and excellent ‘Focus Magazine’. This longstanding community periodical is now in its 46th year and it is still eagerly subscribed to by many residents from Tisbury and its satellite villages – such as Ansty!  Always full of local information, interesting articles and nicely laid out – it has to be one of the finest publications around! You can either subscribe for a printed copy or take up an online subscription.  It is truly well worth it! Click on image to subscribe.

Read the latest free issue of ‘The New Blackmore Vale’ Magazine! (posted 05-08-2022)

The wonderful free online version of the New Blackmore Vale Magazine has all the ingredients that we have come to expect from the paper copy we used to pick up and still can! Issue 49 has 96 pages jam packed with ‘up to the minute’ great stories, news items and other interesting material.  Click on the left hand image for a great read! (Don’t forget to click on the ‘full screen’ square bottom right hand corner!). You can zoom into the pages even more if you so wish!

Wonderful Organ Recital raises the roof at St James’ Church! (posted 02-08-2022)

A grand Musical Evening took place in St James Church on Saturday, July 30th on what was a super summer evening, with renowned local organist David Power coaxing some wonderful music out of its relatively small organ. The organist played British music composed for Coronations and Communities by important musicians who all had links with court and royalty – and of course this is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Year- a perfect reason for this musical rendition! Click on the image for more details.

The latest Ansty monthly weather statistics have been compiled for July 2022. (posted 01-08-2022)

July 2022, was very sunny; extremely dry; with well above the monthly mean temperature. The month was noted for record-breaking hot days tempered by some cool nights earlier in the month.

Click here to catch up on all of the month’s statistical details.

Art in The Barn at Furzelease Farm in August! (posted 20-07-2022)

Another great local event to look forward to in August: an exhibition of arts and crafts in a traditional stone barn and farmyard setting at Furzelease Farm, Tisbury Row. Local artisans Robert and Jaci Baker (North Cottage Creations) and Sue Poulton will join others displaying their skills and creations. Entry will be free!  Click on the image for the details.

Chase and Chalke Wild Weeks. July-August 2022. (posted 20-07-2022)

Find out about the fantastic events the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership have got lined up during Wild Weeks 2022! There is something for everyone but with the emphasis on kids on school holidays. Wonderful! Click on the logo for all the activities!

Unmissable Theatre at Salisbury Playhouse – tickets from just £12!  (posted 20-07-2022)

Looking ahead to the autumn, there are plenty of theatrical opportunities to consider at Salisbury Playhouse in the coming months. Click on the logo to find out more and book your tickets early! Click here to view all the other events on offer!

Record breaking temperatures for Ansty! (posted 19-07-2022)

July 18th-19th will be remembered for all the wrong reasons when it comes to our weather! Yes, it was gloriously sunny, but the temperatures were the highest ever recorded here in Ansty and even higher in other parts of the country. The 18th saw a maximum of 34.9 C and the 19th just behind at 34.8. Don’t mention just how hot it was in our houses! July has had virtually no rain so far and the landscape is looking frazzled, and harvesting has been one of damage limitation it seems – with crops being gathered before mid-July! 2018 had similar conditions and a longer run of temperatures in the low 30s – but the 18th-19th this week were truly scorching! In the end the harvest in 2018 was not as bad as farmers feared and maybe it will be the same in 2022. However, as if we need any more evidence: global warming is still gathering pace as we have so far made no difference to the rise in carbon emissions. Click on image to view photo taken on 19th July, showing a parched parish landscape.
.Ansty’s Final Goodbye to Yvonne Pritchard. (posted 18-07-2022)

On a gloriously hot and sunny Saturday afternoon, July 16th, a belated celebration wake for the late Yvonne Pritchard was held at Ansty PYO who died in early December 2021. The long wait was the result of the Covid pandemic that was raging at the time and the restrictions that were in place. Organised by nephew Kevin and his wife Sally it was a chance for villagers to say goodbye to Yvonne and to look back on her life and her immense contribution to the Ansty community for many years Click here for our full report.

July’s Chase and Chalke Newsletter has been posted. (posted 15-07-2022)

The Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership is a group of organisations working to protect and enhance the special landscape of Cranborne Chase and the Chalke Valley. It was unfortunate that most of the beautiful Ansty Landscape (except for our Chalk Downs escarpment) fell just a fraction outside of the designated ‘Chase & Chalke’ area that drew in big funding – especially from the National Lottery Heritage Fund in 2019. The Landscape Partnership group work closely with Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) as their lead partner. Hopefully we should be able to glean a few crumbs from their impressive list of projects and perhaps one or two of us might even like to support some of their schemes and visions for the future. Click on the logo to get the updates on their projects and activities coming up. Learn more about Chase & Chalke here.

New Parish Clerk has been appointed for Ansty Parish Council. (posted 12-07-2022)

As some of you may recall, Julie Anne Murphy our Parish Council clerk stood down earlier this year after 5 years excellent service. The Parish Council is now pleased to announce that Tim Culver-James is in post as our new clerk and we look forward to seeing him at the next Parish Council meeting which will be held on 22nd August 2022.

Check out the latest planning application details for Ansty.  (updated 12-07-2022)

The Parish Council welcomes your views when considering any new planning applications or send your comments direct via the Wiltshire Planning website or submit them to the parish clerk for discussion at the forthcoming parish council meeting. Some recent planning applications have been resolved. Click on the image to check out all recent planning applications within the parish.

Exciting News at Last! (posted 04-07-2022)
Following their last update in December regarding the installation of a full fibre network to Ansty, Wessex Internet have now advised those villagers that have applied for vouchers that the first drilling has taken place in order to lay ducting under roads and in other areas. The machine that lays the actual fibre will follow in a few weeks time. Here’s hoping we will be connected up before next December!

Celebrating Age Wiltshire presents ‘Strange Old Things’ at the Nadder Centre in Tisbury. (posted 04-07-2022)

Strange Old Things is the mobile museum that brings history to you. We have a large handling collection of British artefacts including fossils, Stone age tools and Roman coins and sets of archaeology and memorabilia from the World Wars. Click on the image to find out more and book your place!!

Latest News from the Cranborne Chase AONB: see what’s coming up… (posted 02-07-2022)

Find out what’s happening in Cranborne Chase AONB this month. Items include: Thankyou Chalke Valley History Festival; Wallmead Farm wins a ‘Dark Sky Friendly Award’; Jubilee Bird Boxes; Farmland Habitats; Butterfly Walk on Martin Down; Dark Ages Weekend at the Ancient Technology Centre near Cranborne; Click on The Hart image for all of the details!

Keeping Your Home and Possessions Safe  (posted 02-07-2022)

Much has been made in the press lately concerning the low number of burglars being brought to justice. Figures suggest only 4% of robberies were solved in England and Wales last year with the burglary detection rate down to just 3%. In the last year over a quarter of a million burglaries were committed – and only 14,000 were solved by the police. It is true, however, that the number of burglaries has fallen over recent years but these figures still make stark reading. Click on the logo to find out more.

Ansty Parish Council: Annual Governance & Accountability Return 2021/2022. (posted 20-06-2022)

Exercise of Public Rights, commencing 20 June 2022 until 5th August 2022. Please note that The Annual  Governance and Accountability Return, together with supporting documentation is now available for inspection. Click here to view the information.

Wiltshire Life County Magazine July edition now on sale… (posted 17-06-2022)

In this issue Wiltshire Life discovers the lives of extraordinary people who called the county home – from Blunsdon to Borneo uncovering the life of Margaret Brooke, The Ranee of Sarawak, whose friends included Oscar Wilde and Edward Elgar; discovering the fate of Edmund Dolling of Mere, an early vaccine pioneer; whilst author Jane Dismore explains how a Victorian scandal in Wilton broke society’s rules. The Wiltshire Life Awards 2023 are now open for entries too! Click on the image for subscription details and more information.

View new additions to our section entitled Landscapes and Skies.  (updated 11-06-2022)

Ansty Parish and its surroundings are so blessed with a variety of beautiful landscapes along with big skies and dark skies. Such views are best seen out in the open, away from the wooded coombes and valleys – up on the chalk downs or on the greensand bench to the south of the A30; on Cholden Hill or even on some of the upper pasture closes of Ansty Coombe. We hope to build up a gallery of local pictures taken by local people under the collective heading of ‘Landscapes and Skies’. Click on the image to view stunning new additions to our collection. You can see more photographs by tapping here too! You can find other items of interest in our Maps and History section too!

 

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations – Magnificent! (Updated Version)

June 2nd – 5th was a special extended bank holiday weekend which provided an opportunity for communities and people throughout the United Kingdom to come together to celebrate this truly historic milestone. Most of the people of Ansty took part in their own celebration of this unique and momentous occasion on Sunday June 5th with a specially organised Jubilee Lunch held at Ansty PYO.  Beacons were lit all over the country at 9.45 pm on 2nd June (including several on our local chalk downs) to begin celebrating the Platinum Anniversary  (70 years) of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne. The Ansty ‘get together’ on the Sunday rounded off a memorable four days. Click on the picture to find out more.

The well known Commandery Players return to Ansty to stage their latest offering: the Merchant of Venice  (posted 1-06-2022)

Set within the stunning backdrop of the Elizabethan Commandery, the Merchant of Venice is sure to be another fantastic production. Interested villagers are advised to secure their tickets early as the performances are always a sell-out!  Click on the picture to find out more…

 

Discover the Nadder Community Energy Project. (posted 1-06-2022)

At the recent Ansty Village Meeting held in May, parishioner Mr Tim Plumptre – a member of the Nadder Community Project, extolled the wide ranging virtues of their ‘clean’ energy scheme with particular reference to the Tisbury Electric Car Club – all of which was received well by villagers present. Click on the image to discover more about this local initiative.

The draft minutes for the Annual Ansty Village Meeting and Ansty Parish Council Meeting which took place on May 23rd at St James’ Church have been published. (posted 27-05-2022)

The draft minutes for both the recent Village Meeting and Parish Council Meeting have now been published. Click the on the image to view the details of both sessions. Click here to catch up with the latest Parish Council information including current planning items. Check out the signed copies of previous minutes here.

Wessex Flood Warden Newsletter Spring 2022.  (posted 21-05-2022)

As Ansty is deemed a flood zone 3 risk area, our Flood Warden representative, Mark Norris, on Ansty Parish Council receives various documents from the Wiltshire Council and the Environment Agency which covers the huge Wessex area. A few of you may find some of the information in their Spring 2022 newsletter of interest even if none of it directly affects Ansty. It is good to understand the wider picture though!

Take up the challenge and walk all of our parish footpaths this summer! (posted 15-05-2022)

Ansty Parish has the most varied selection of footpaths covering a whole range of landscapes within its boundaries. From the Chalk Downs, to the the greensand terraces and to the wooded coombes with their wet meadows. What  fun it is to walk any or all of them! We also have a great team of people who are willing to maintain them too! Click on the picture to find out more!

 

Welcome to Wiltshire Life – the only county magazine published in Wiltshire for Wiltshire! (posted 13-05-2022)
In this special issue celebrating Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the magazine looks back at her visits to the county over the past 70 years; they recall how some of us celebrated her coronation and previous jubilees through memories and wonderful archive images. Also included are delicious food and drink ideas for The Big Jubilee Lunch village and street parties; Clarissa Reilly recommends her favourite royal reads and we have a quiz to test your knowledge of the monarchy. Click on the picture to discover more and how to subscribe!

A Great ‘Welcome Back’ for Ansty’s May Day Celebrations in 2022! (updated 06-05-2022)

Preparation for this much-loved historical event started back in February when a hard-working committee began planning the logistics, whilst parents and dance teachers supported and encouraged a mostly ‘new’ crop of youngsters into the art of Maypole dancing! After an absence of 3 years due to the Covid pandemic the unique ‘Ansty May’ event once again entertained the crowds and how! It was great to be back! The smiling faces said it all. Click on the picture to see our full report and pictures!

 

Thank You Lesley! (posted 1-05-2022)

As most of you know, Lesley Simm is standing down as the Church Warden at St James. She will continue with her duties until the end of July and her swan song will be the Patronal Celebration concert in the church on 30th July – details to follow. Click here to read more…!

Hedgehogs back in residence in Ansty! (posted 20-04-2022)

Parishioners may recall our article on our website last year informing us that hedgehogs had made a welcome return to Ansty!  Well they are back! Or at least one has been seen in an Ansty garden very recently – and where there is one, there must be others…! Les and Gill Powell sent us this heartening photo of a hedgehog emerging from a small purpose built shelter in their garden in the early hours of the morning! Click on the images to take a closer look! Keep your eyes open there may be others residing in your garden hedgerow! Many thanks for the photos Gill!

An update from your Wiltshire Councillor, Nabil Najjar. (ongoing)

It has certainly been a busy start to 2022 at Wiltshire Council, and Nabil is continuing to work hard to deliver on his promises from last year’s election – tackling speeding and road safety, supporting is communities and residents, and lobbying for more funding for Fovant and the Chalke Valley District. Click on the image for the full update.

 

 

‘Must See Drama’ this Spring at the Salisbury Playhouse!! (posted 16-04-2022)

One of the most eagerly-anticipated events in Wiltshire’s calendar finally returns, with a thrilling line-up of island inspired music, comedy, family events, circus, dance, film, literature and more. The streets and spaces of Salisbury will come alive once again with our biggest and boldest Festival yet, taking place over three weeks from 27 May – 18 June. Tickets are now on sale for all events. Early booking is advised to secure the best seats at the best prices. Click on the logo to discover more! Click here to view the Wiltshire Creative Website!

Do you know your local police community support officers? (posted 08-03-2022)

What passes as ‘local’ these days might stretch the imagination but do you know who your local officers are and how to contact them? Wiltshire Police are committed to ensuring that parish communities are at the heart of their ‘policing model’. This helps them meet the needs of those they serve in the most effective and transparent way possible. In 2019, Wiltshire Police restructured the geographical Community Policing Team (CPT) areas and introduced dedicated neighbourhood officers. Ansty belongs to the Warminster Area Community Policing Team which includes Warminster, Westbury, Tisbury, Mere and surrounding areas.  Click on the picture to find out more!

The Salisbury River Park project begins!  (ongoing)

The removal of trees in Salisbury and temporary difficulties within the main car park area has left some residents and visitors concerned and confused, but this is the starting point for the Salisbury River Park project which was unanimously endorsed in July 2021. Click on the image to find out more from the Salisbury Journal. Click here to read more details of the plan from Wiltshire Council.

 

Shared Rural Network Pre-Application for a proposed Telecommunications Installation. 

Ansty Parish Council has received a pre-planning application consultation document concerning a proposal to erect a 4G mobile phone communications tower on land at Crockerton Firs near the junction of the old Shaftesbury-Salisbury byway with the Ansty-Alvediston road. The site is close to the existing BT installation and is just outside of our parish boundary.  No doubt there will also be the opportunity to comment at the planning stage. However, if anyone wishes to comment at this stage, then please respond to our parish clerk at anstyclerk@gmail.com. The consultation period has expired. Click on images for further narration.

Data from the Speed Indicating Device on the High Street in Ansty

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Ultrafast Broadband in Ansty has been delayed until spring 2022  

Customers who signed up to receive ultrafast broadband services from Wessex Internet look as though they will have to wait until beyond the spring of 2022 before the project moves forward. Access across land had been delayed due to wet ground conditions. We will let you know the state of play when we get it.

Flood Alerts. (updated as necessary)

No current alerts

When groundwater levels remain high even modest amounts of rain can cause problems.  If the Ansty stream alongside the High Street is looking coloured with silt and mud that usually indicates that flooding in the lower Nadder valley is imminent: hence there is usually a flood alert alert in force.

If any resident is concerned please contact the Ansty Flood Warden – Councillor Mark Norris.  During prolonged wet weather prevails click on the map image for current Environment Agency information and updates. Sometimes there can be flooding before the problems are flagged up – so ‘be ‘flood’ aware’. Click here for useful advice from Wessex Water


Some items of wider interest:

The Wiltshire Community Environmental Toolkit shows the way!

The Wiltshire Community Environmental Toolkit has been developed in partnership with Natural England to allow communities to take the lead in defining and restoring biodiversity in their community. Designed for use by community groups, local landowners, Parish and Town Councils, schools and youth groups it provides a structure for how local communities can better understand what they already have in terms of biodiverse habitats as well as how to plan for developing greater biodiversity and nature-based carbon sequestration in the future.  How might this be of use to Ansty? Click on the image to find out more!

Why not visit Cranborne Manor Garden Centre?

This beautiful garden centre, gift shop and café, is only half an hours drive from Ansty across some of the most stunning landscapes. Cranborne Garden Centre is set in the walled, former kitchen garden of Cranborne Manor in beautiful Dorset countryside. They specialise in roses and stock a wide range of shrubs, trees, climbers, herbaceous and bedding plants, pots, stoneware and gardenalia. Their GIFT SHOP has a wide range of interesting homewares and gifts along with locally produced foods and the VINTAGE BARN is a treasure trove with an eclectic selection of broccante. Did you know that Cranborne Manor Garden was used for shooting outdoor scenes of Manderley in the 2020 Netflix film of Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Click on the image for details.

Time Travellers of Cranborne Chase – use the AR app!

‘Time Travellers of Cranborne Chase’ is an exciting new AR (augmented reality) app to help you delve into the historical secrets of the past in the Chase and Chalk landscape of Cranborne AONB. The Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership area is full of fascinating history, and their exciting, free new AR app will guide you through some of these amazing stories and intriguing historic sites from the past. Download to your phone via the Apple App Store or Google Play! Click on the image for further information.

 

Visit The Salisbury Museum!

Did you know that the Salisbury Museum, located in the medieval King’s House in Salisbury’s famous Cathedral Close has a fantastic range of collections, exhibitions and events bringing to life the history of our local landscape and the people who shaped it. Tap on image for the latest information.

 

Introducing ‘Tis the Future’: Refill, Reuse, Reduce, Reimagine 

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 and a timetable.

Wiltshire Council’s ‘Parish Steward Scheme’ had its successful origins back in the 1990s. However after a break in the late 2000s the scheme was reintroduced in 2016 where ‘parish stewards’ liaise directly with parishes to carry out local minor highways work ‘swiftly and efficiently’. Click here for more information:  The Parish Steward 

 

MyWilts online reporting/booking 

You can now easily book a variety of Wiltshire Services. You can also easily report issues in Wiltshire ranging from fly tipping, abandoned vehicles, weather emergencies, dog mess, graffiti and many more. Click on the image to find out how to access this ‘online portal’

Click here to download the app for your phone.

 


Click for Information Local and National and other Community Notices from Wiltshire Council.

Other items of interest are posted below:


Local Surgery News

For more information click tisburysurgery.nhs.uk and go to Tisbury Surgery News or Hindon Surgery


 


Village Events Archives

If you want to catch up with all of our village events and other items of interest (since 2017) then visit:  Archived Documents or find ‘past village events’ at the bottom of this page.

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Local Community Matters

Here are just some of the issues you can report using ‘My Wiltshire’: Highways and Street Scene issues, Environmental Enforcement, Trading Standards, Car parks, Weather emergencies, Waste, Fraud:

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What to do in an emergency

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