CRICKLADE TOWN COUNCIL

Telephone: 01793 751 394 - Fax: 01793 752515
E-Mail: admin@cricklade-tc.gov.uk
Website: www.cricklade-tc.gov.uk

The Council Office
Ockwells, 113 High Street
Cricklade  SN6 6AE
Opening Hours
10am-5pm-Mon - Thurs   4.30pm Fri

WELCOME TO CRICKLADE - First Town on the Thames

 Photograph Courtesy of Steve Edwards

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Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor
A vacancy has arisen on Cricklade Town Council. The Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor is attached here.
For further information, please contact the Town Clerk, Charlotte Rogers-Jones, on 01793 751394 or call in at the Town Council offices at Ockwells, 113 High Street, Cricklade.

Temporary Closure of Stones Lane and B4553
Wiltshire Council have advised us of the temporary road closure of Stones Lane on 19th to 20th September and 27th to 28th September - please view here for further details. There is a further road closure of the B4553 which will affect those travelling to and from Purton - please view here.

Bus Pass Consultation
Wiltshire Council are seeking your views about free bus travel before
9.30am with a Wiltshire bus pass.
To take part in the consultation, please visit:
www.wiltshire.gov.uk/council/consultations
before 26th September 2014.

Consultation on Garden Waste Collections
This consultation has now been extended until 1st October 2014. Please let Wiltshire Council know your views - here is a link to the survey.

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
0300 4560105.

Neighbourhood Plan
The Town Council is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a grant of 7000 by The Supporting Communities in Neighbourhood Planning Programme led by Locality, to further the work undertaken by the Neighbourhood Plan Working Party. This money will be used to commission specialists to produce assessments and appraisals that will underpin the research already completed. Further details can be found on the Neighbourhood Plan website which you can find by clicking here.

Long Close
We are really pleased to announce that after many months of clearance work, the dew pond at the far end of Long Close has been reinstated to its former glory. Out of sight for years, this a naturally occuring feature and water levels will fluctuate on a daily basis.