Cricklade, Latton, Leigh and Ashton Keynes Churches Together have arranged a hustings meeting on Tuesday 14th April in Cricklade United Church at 7.30pm. All candidates in the forthcoming parliamentary election are attending.
Anyone can attend, should be an interesting evening.
Cricklade Town Council
The following results were announced by the Wiltshire Deputy Returning Officer, Caroline Rudland at the end of the Count for the election held on November 6th. 2014, following a vacancy on Cricklade Town Council..
The Total Votes cast were 660. The turnout was 19.77%
Peter Colmer received 349 votes. John Harmer 311 . Peter Colmer was duly elected as a councillor for the Cricklade Town Council .
Cllr. Peter Colmer
Peter Colmer returns to public life following a period out of public life, recovering from major spinal surgery. He did not attend the count and was nor available for comment.
Artists are now busy preparing for their next exhibition in the Cricklade Town Hall on 14th and 15th June, 2014, which takes place during the Cricklade Festival Week. The winter exhibition will be in the Town Hall on Saturday, 25th and Sunday 26th October. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
Read more Here for more details and programme and events……… http://wp.me/PPhCq-1jw
Cricklade Town Council
The following results were announced by the Wiltshire Deputy Returning Officer, Claire Shoesmith at the end of the Count for the election . The Total Votes cast were 646. The turnout was 19.39% John Nevill received 402 votes. Trevor Stinton 238 Votes not valid 6. John Nevill was duly elected as a councillor for the Cricklade Town Council .
Trevor Stinton congratulating John Nevill
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The Cricklade branch of the Royal British Legion is to hold a General Meeting on Wednesday 19th February commencing at 7.15 pm in the White Hart Hotel Cricklade (Members only).
This will be followed at 8pm by an open presentation by the RBL Riders Branch. Continue reading
G4P – Newsletter 12 – February 2014
Cricklade Health Walking
A record number of the Cricklade Health Walkers congregated at the Cricklade Town Council Offices at a later time of 10.30 am. on Friday the 13th. December 2013. The Walk was led by Rose for an hours walk which included the millennium woods. The weather was white/ dark clouds with a possibility of rain. Continue reading
On Friday morning on the 6th. December 2013 the Cricklade Health Walkers found on their circular walking route two bodies of dead Hedgehogs. One in the centre Thames Lane which had been run over and flattened. The other in the gutter of Westmill Lane . Continue reading
Following last years cancellation due to flooding, the Organisers are pleased to confirm that this years display will be spectacular.