Cricklade Cycling Festival
The annual Cricklade Cycling Festival takes place in September and incorporates a number of cycling events:
Children up to the age of 16 can take part in the
Cricklade Go-Ride Racing event which is on Saturday, 6th
September - the venue is Cricklade Leisure Centre and the start time is 12noon. Later that same day, the Cricklade Kermesse takes place. This is in its third year and attracts competitive cyclists who race round a circular route for a total of 50 miles, travelling through Cricklade and Chelworth, where spectators get a great view of the action. The race starts at 4pm from Cricklade High Street.
The final event of the Festival is the Via Roma Sportive - a
non-competitive cycle ride open to everyone - which takes place on Sunday, 14th September. Race HQ is Cricklade Leisure Centre and entrants can choose to cycle either 40 or 80 miles, cycling through the picturesque Cotswold countryside.
Changes to kerbside garden waste collections
Wiltshire Council are facing significant financial pressures with reduced funding from central government, increased service demand and inflation. One way of achieving savings is by changing the way the garden waste collection service is delivered. They are looking at 3 different options and would like your views on this.
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Wiltshire Council Smartphone App
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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.
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.