Chippenham Town Council commemorates VE Day with local community

8th May 2020 / News archive

Today marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day following the end of the Second World War in Europe. Our planned event with a day of nostalgia and laughter in the Market Place could not take place. However, still keen to join the national celebrations for VE Day safely at home, Chippenham Town Council have marked …

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Chippenham High Street to be resurfaced

7th May 2020 / News archive

We are delighted to announce that the resurfacing works programmed along the High Street will commence on Monday 11 May 2020 and will be completed by Friday 15 May 2020. Chippenham Town Council has been working in partnership with Wiltshire Council to encourage these works to be completed after Wessex Water had finished their essential …

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Don’t delay seeking medical help because of Coronavirus

5th May 2020 / News archive, Uncategorised

Don’t delay seeking medical help because of coronavirus People living in Wiltshire are being advised not to let worries about coronavirus stop them asking for medical help for themselves or their children if they become ill, have a serious accident or have a concern about their health. They are also being warned that not seeking …

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Chippenham Town Council Commemorates VE Day with Community Tribute

1st May 2020 / News archive

Friday 8 May 2020 marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day following the end of the Second World War in Europe. To commemorate this event, Chippenham Town Council has been working with community groups to stage a day of celebrations to evoke the feeling of spontaneous joy that occurred in the Market Place 75 years …

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Letters for financial support

22nd April 2020 / News archive

22 April 2020 Councillor Sandie Webb, Leader and Mark Smith, Chief Executive of Chippenham Town Council have written to Michelle Donelan, the local Member of Parliament for the Chippenham Constituency and Councillor Philip Whitehead, the Leader of Wiltshire Council. The letters are written with regard to funding to help cover the loss of income during …

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John Coles Park

18th April 2020 / News archive

18 April 2020 We are pleased today to receive clear guidance from Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government instructing all councils to open all of their parks. We will now put into place measures to ensure John Coles Park will be open early next week. The children’s play area, SplashPad, …

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Chippenham Museum’s Never Gonna Give You Up

16th April 2020 / News archive

This Easter Chippenham Museum has released a musical tribute to their volunteers, visitors and the town’s key-workers with a special rendition of Rick Astley’s hit single ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’. Shared on the museum’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, the video invites viewers to re-create their own favourite 1980s songs to share with the …

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Environmental Services update

9th April 2020 / News archive

An update from our Environmental Services team   Our Environmental Services team will continue to cut the grass in our open spaces and in London Road Cemetery over the coming weeks. Litter picking, bin emptying and all other forms of street scene services will also continue. This is to ensure the areas are accessible, clean …

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Chippenham Photography Club & Competition

27th March 2020 / News archive

The Photo Club have created a competition for the young residents of Chippenham to partake in. To enter: Enter your photograph with your name, age, contact number and address to One entry of your original work only The Image must have a title The image must be submitted in JPG format The image should …

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Neighbourhood Plan Community Survey

26th March 2020 / News archive

Are you currently stuck at home twiddling your thumbs? Do you want to do something useful for your local community from your living room? Then please spare us 20 minutes of your time to complete our Community Survey. Our survey questions have been created by members of the local community currently engaged in one of …

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