Cricklade In Bloom 2016
Children’s Gardening Competition
Cricklade Town Council would like the children of Cricklade to grow the BIGGEST sunflower they can. Please collect your sunflower seeds and competition entry forms from the Town Council offices. You can also view the links below for more information and an entry form to download.
Judging will take place in the week commencing
Monday, 5th September.
Competition details Entry form
Photography Competition 2016
Cricklade Town Council would like to see what you have all been up to during 2016 when attending Cricklade Community Events. Photographs can be submitted anytime before 31st January 2017 and will be judged by Councillors every three months, cut-off dates below:
30th April 2016
31st July 2016
31st October 2016
31st January 2017
Details of our competition, the rules and how to submit your entries can be found here.
The Fritillaries have begun to flower in North Meadow.
Keep up to date with their progress on the Fritillary Watch.
The Fritillary Tea Rooms will be open once again this year and the Court Leet Guided Walks begin on Saturday, 16th April.
Tea Room opening times and walk details are shown here.
Badger Excavations affecting part of the Old Railway Line between Cricklade and the River Thames
Cotswold Water Park Trust have issued the following statement regarding the badger excavations affecting part of the old railway line north of Cricklade.
Please click here to view the statement and, for further information, please visit their website.
Wiltshire Council is reviewing the status of the Campus programme in Wiltshire and Cllr John Thomson, the deputy leader of the Council, is carrying out this task.
The Town Council is urgently seeking clarification from Wiltshire Council on the possible implications for Cricklade, both at Stones Lane and Ockwells.
We will provide more information when it is available.
The results are now in from the housing questionnaire that was distributed to all households before Christmas. To read the report click here.
If you would like to read the report on the 2013 consultation, which also contains a lot of useful background information about neighbourhood planning, then please click here.
Wiltshire Council Smartphone App
Wiltshire Council have developed a smartphone app so you can report local issues on the go and receive progress updates. Please see this link for the full details.
Alternatively, if you wish to speak to someone, please call