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
closed for lunch 12.45pm to 1.45pm

WELCOME TO CRICKLADE - First Town on the Thames

 Photograph Courtesy of Steve Edwards

Click the image on the right to view our new Town Guide!

Video - To see more about why Cricklade is popular with visitors see here

Neighbourhood Plan
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.

Cricklade and Purton Dog Awareness Week
Short Story Competition
- supported by the Royal Wootton Bassett & Cricklade Area Board.
Details of how to enter out Dog Awareness Week Short Story competition - There’s No Such Thing As A Dog Poo Fairy , are attached here.
Closing date for the competition is Friday, 27th March 2015.

Launch of a Photography Competition
The competition is open to all amateur and professional photographers, including Cricklade Town Council staff and councillors.
The subject of the photographs will be decided each quarter.
The quarters are: Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn.
The theme for the first quarter will be Winter in Cricklade.
Entries must be received by 10am on Friday, 27th March 2015.
Details of the competition are here.

Fritillary Watch
The display of snakeshead fritillaries in Cricklade’s North Meadow is one of England’s wildlife spectacles. Keep up to date with news of the fritillaries at Fritillary Watch and find details of Court Leet Guided Walks and the Fritillary Tea Rooms opening hours 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
0300 4560105.