Have Your Say in Our Survey – Your Town, Your Choice!_

4th March 2019 / News archive

We are excited to announce our first round of public consultation on the Neighbourhood Plan. We have created a short, online survey, which will take you only 5 minutes to complete. Please click HERE to complete the survey The survey will help us better understand what you like or dislike about the Town, what you …

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Chippenham Town Council to host South West in Bloom Spring Seminar

27th February 2019 / News archive

Chippenham Town Council to host South West in Bloom Spring Seminar The Mayor of Chippenham, Councillor Andy Phillips will open the South West in Bloom Spring Seminar to be held at the Neeld Community & Arts Centre on Thursday 28 February 2019. Chippenham Town Council will be receiving the news on their entries into the …

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Commonwealth Day

22nd February 2019 / Events, News archive

Commonwealth Day Join us outside the Town Hall as we celebrate Commonwealth Day. We will be joined by Councillors, Dignitaries and local school children. Soldiers from 9 Regiment will complete a march down the High Street towards the Town Hall, we hear the Commonwealth Affirmation and the Commonwealth Flag will be raised at 10am. You …

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Would you like to join our team?

20th February 2019 / News archive

We currently have two excellent job opportunities both of which are  based at the Town Hall. For more information on both roles, click HERE Democratic Services Manager Chippenham Town Council has recently undergone an organisational review and the new post of Democratic Services Manager is one of three newly created job roles from 1 April …

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Work starts at John Coles Park

24th January 2019 / News archive

On Monday 28 January, we start the work at John Coles Park to replace a section of the perimeter fence. The gate on Malmesbury Road opposite Greenway Avenue will be closed next week as we start the 200m section of fencing. This work will take approximately one month to complete. Please be aware if you …

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Job vacancy: Director of Resources & Section 151 Officer

7th January 2019 / News archive

Chippenham is one of the largest town Councils operating in the town and parish sector, in fact we operate in a similar manner to a small district council. We have a population of over 40,000 a revenue budget of over £3.5M, we have over 100 employees and volunteers. We operate in a two tier county …

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Video: Successful year for Chippenham Museum

17th December 2018 / News archive

A successful year for Chippenham Museum, watch the video HERE Major improvements to Chippenham Museum have seen an increase in shop sales and more positive comments from visitors says its staff. Owner Chippenham Town Council has added a new entrance and visitor shop to the museum to provide increased space for souvenirs and products by …

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VIDEO: Behind the scenes at the Neeld

26th November 2018 / News archive

Successful year for The Neeld Staff at Chippenham Town Council’s entertainment venue are celebrating a successful year with bookings and audience satisfaction on the up. But the small but dedicated team at the Neeld Community and Arts Centre barely has time to rest on the laurels with almost 30 shows already booked in for 2019. …

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Christmas lights switch on

19th November 2018 / News archive

It started to feel a lot like Christmas on Saturday 24th November with a day packed full of free entertainment for the big Christmas lights switch-on organised by Chippenham Connected in partnership with Chippenham Town Council. The event, kindly supported by title sponsors John Williams Heating Services Ltd, began early with an artisan market adding …

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Devolution

CHIPPENHAM Town Council leaders have begun negotiations with their counterparts at Wiltshire Council on taking over the running and delivery of a major package of assets and services in the town. It could mean the town council becoming responsible for maintaining play areas, street cleaning and grass cutting. But the big win for Chippenham could …

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