Road Closure for sewage works

Please see below the details of the proposed road closures that affect the village from 12-30th October. Please see the plans as not all the village will be affected for the whole period. CN129 Eastcourt and Oaksey PR LetterDownload CN129_LOCATION PLANS-9001Download CN129_LOCATION PLANS-9002Download CN129_LOCATION PLANS-9003Download 9016 Sewer repairs leaflet (epoxy)(7-5-20)... read more

Minety Solar Farm

Message from the Minety Solar Farm Action Group. Minety Solar Farm Project Wiltshire County Council is due to close shortly its consultation and then make a decision on a huge, 50MW, solar farm being proposed at Minety. It would cover 271 acres of farmland around the Minety sub-station and adjacent to 150WM of battery storage facilities under construction there.  The Minety Solar Farm Action Group has written to the Council pointing out this proposal fits in with a large number of such projects, in operation or approved, in Wiltshire, making it home to much the largest number in England. The Group goes on to say that the scheme would breach a number of national and county planning policies and guidelines and should be rejected. Its adverse impacts include its visibility in an undulating landscape. The proposal also fails to analyse properly  flood risk or the risk to wildlife such as great crested newts or ground-nesting birds like the curlew. Information on the project from the Group is provided on the link below.  Alert. Kemble Solar Farm Project And we now have the further prospect of another solar farm, though at an earlier stage of development, being proposed closer to home on some 170 acres of farmland between Kemble Wood, Woodlands and Kemble Wick which is owned by the Bathurst Estate. The larger portion is just over the boundary in Gloucestershire with the smaller portion in Wiltshire in Crudwell. It lies directly on the border of Oaksey Parish. Key Facts SheetSolar Farm Application – MinetySolar Farm Developments by... read more

Defibrillator and CPR Training

We have been able to obtain a further defibrillator and training pack from the British Heart Foundation, with the support of Malmesbury League of Friends. This will allow us to cover a larger area with this important equipment and also run further training sessions on how to use the device and CPR. Should you be interested on attending a training session please email Helen Hall (ghbhall@btinternet.com) and we will update you on dates... read more

Refuse Collection and Recycling Schedule

The recycling, garden waste and household waste collection calendar for the period February 2020 – November 2020.  You can get further information on the Wiltshire local government website here. Updated Collection... read more