The results of the 2016 Survey are published under the footpaths section of this website
May we appeal to drivers to consider pedestrians and buggy users when parking on the roadside. The incidence of vehicles obstructing pavements is happening more and more often in the Village. Whilst it is appreciated that on road parking is nearly at saturation point and that the roads are narrow in places, it is inconsiderate and unacceptable to park in such a way that pedestrians and buggy users are forced into the road.
Please think before parking on the pavement!
A resident has expressed concern about the speed at which traffic travels through The Midlands. Please can we appeal to drivers to exercise care, especially on the two sharp bends at either end of the road where numerous ‘near misses’ have been witnessed.
Tenders are being invited for caretaking and grass cutting in Holt. Information may be found here.
Information and discussion on topics that may affect you &/or your business in Holt
6.30 pm Glove Factory Studios Holt
Will include item on the Neighbourhood Plan
More details Your Economy Your Business 140916 (5)
Work has started today on Dawes Pond. By early next week the pond will be re-modeled to include a shallow safety area around the side and a buried neoprene lining . There will also be an electric pump to top up the water from the brook. The work is being paid for from the Parish Council village amenity fund and a generous donation from Nick and Alix Kirkham of Glove Factory Studios.
Residents using vans and large trailers at household recycling centres in Wiltshire will require a permit from 5th September 2016. For more detailed information email Martin.Litherhead@wiltshire.gov.uk or Vicki.Harris@wiltshire.gov.uk
An update from the Parish Council may be found here.
The September meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday 15th September in the ground floor room of the Village Hall, and not on 22nd September as previously advised.
Reports are being received of a man calling local residents claiming to be from Wiltshire /Council and conducting a survey about an accident the person they have ‘phoned has had. Treat such calls with suspicion. For more information go to http://bradfordonavon.ourcommunitymatters.org.uk.news/don’t-be-fooled-by-fake-wiltshire-council-call/.