The play area on the Recreation Ground will reopen from Saturday 4 July. Families are strongly advised to follow the measures in place to protect others and use the facilities safely:
Numbers using the play area to be limited to thirty people at any one time.
Social distancing, as per government guidelines, must be adhered to.
Only one family member to accompany each child.
Consumption of food and drink is prohibited.
Users are encouraged to clean equipment after use.
Face masks should be worn.
Please take your litter home.
Holt Parish Council will hold a meeting by video conference call at 7.30pm on Thursday 25 June at 7.30pm. Any member of the public wishing to attend or to raise any issue should contact the Clerk on 783335 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The agenda may be found at http://holtparishcouncil.gov.uk/…/…/06/25-June-20-Agenda.pdf.
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held by telephone conference on Thursday 21st May at 7.30 pm. If you wish to raise any issues at the meeting then please contact the clerk on email@example.com. Similarly if you just wish to “listen in” please contact the clerk who will provide you with details of how to join the conversation. The Agenda may be viewed here
During the Covid emergency Parish Council meetings will be held by teleconference. The next meeting will be this Thursday, 16th April at 7.30pm. If you wish to attend or raise any matter please contact the Clerk, Neil Baker, on 01225 783335, firstname.lastname@example.org. The agenda for the meeting may be viewed here.
WC advice may be found here.
Help in Holt on Facebook here. Villagers need to click the Join Group button to access the information.
Please note: During the current Covid-19 Crisis Parish Council meetings will take place via Conference Call. Dates and details of how to participate will be on the Council meetings 2020 page of this website.
“Holt Parish Council would like to acknowledge and thank everyone for the outstanding efforts being given by villagers in the form of voluntary help. We feel proud to be part of such a wonderful community.
As a Parish Council, we have limited resources but would like to help where we can, so have set aside £1000 from reserves to support these voluntary actions, and will add to this if necessary.
We’ll continue to work on Parish Council business where possible, doing what we can from our computers during the lockdown period. Caretaking and grass cutting is continuing for the time being. Any relevant information we receive from Wiltshire Council will be shared to the Parish Council website (holtparishcouncil.gov.uk), on social media via Spotted in Holt and Help in Holt, and the village magazine.
If you have any questions or would like to speak to us about any concerns you have, please contact the Clerk, Neil Baker at email@example.com or call 01225783335.”
The useful links page has been updated to include Holt Village Hall and the Facebook Page for Holt Community Bus
Work is due to start on-site in November. A message from the builders may be found here.
Are you are interested in your community and wish to contribute to decisions on planning, highways, village facilities that affect your village?
Are you interested in becoming a member of a strong, proactive team?
If the answer to these questions is YES then why not become a Parish Councillor as there are currently 3 vacancies.
For more information please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01225 783335 or why not come along to the next Parish Council Meeting on Thursday 24th October at the Village Hall starting at 1930 hours.
Take part in Clean Air Day 2019 on Thursday 20 June
Holt Parish Council are supporting Clean Air Day 2019 and encouraging everyone in Holt to do at least one thing to help improve air pollution in the local community.
Air pollution is real and harms the health of millions. But there are lots of simple things we can all do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health.
You can help in lots of ways, from raising awareness of air pollution with friends and family, leaving your car at home for the day, turning your engine off when sat in traffic or using chemical-free cleaning products.
More information on how you can get involved can be found on the Clean Air Day website: