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Cricklade Town Council Election Result – Peter Colmer elected.

       Cricklade Town Council

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

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.



Cricklade Town Council Election Result – John Nevill elected.

       Cricklade Town Council

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

Trevor Stinton congratulating John Nevill

Police and Crime Commissioner consultation starts 6th. January – Monday 5th. February 2014

Angus1Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Wiltshire and Swindon Angus Macpherson is consulting on the police and crime element of council tax for 2014-15.
The Commissioner is considering an increase in the police and crime element of council tax of £3.15 a year for the average home (band D property). This to help reduce the impact of significant central government grant reductions on policing and crime services in Wiltshire and Swindon.
Continue reading HERE…….

The consultation will run from Monday 6 January 2014 – Monday 3 February 2014. During this time the Commissioner and members of his office will be attending Wiltshire Council Area Boards and Swindon Borough Council Locality meetings to talk with people about the proposal.
People can also read more about the proposal and give their views on the Commissioner’s website.

What matters to you? -A personal invitation to all Wiltshire Residents from the Leader of Wiltshire Council

Wiltshire Council12Dear Wiltshire Resident,
A personal invitation from the Leader of Wiltshire Council:
Councillor Jane Scott OBE
I am writing to invite you to take part in the 2013 ‘What Matters to You?’ survey – I do hope you will take part.
Wiltshire Council and its partners are committed to developing and delivering services that reflect the differing needs of local communities. With this in mind, I invite you to complete our resident’s survey “What matters to you?”
I hope you are able to spare a few moments to complete the survey. Your comments and input are very important and will help us to shape the future of your local area.
To start the survey click the button below, or use the link below that:
Start the survey now
Start the survey how http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/whatmatterstoyou2013online.htm
more information about this survey, please visit:
A full report will be produced once the results of the survey have been analysed. The report will be publicly available on the council website http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk
Please note that if for any reason the above link does not appear to work please instead just copy and paste it into your browser.

Yours faithfully
Jane Scott OBE
Leader of Wiltshire Council

About the survey:
The results of the survey will be considered by your local Area Board later in the year, so that priorities can be identified and projects initiated. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact our Research Team.
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What’s On in Cricklade – August 2013


Wiltshire Volunteer walk leaders Award certificate arrived in Cricklade.

Cricklade volunteer walk leaders together with all the walk leaders in Wiltshire shared the Liquid Media Award 2013.
wfh2013_logoConsider Joining the Group for Free, Fun active event. Make new friends and discover new places.
For more information click  sportsdev-get-wiltshire-walking
Everyone is welcome, providing you are independently mobile and able to meet the physical demands of the walk. It’s free and fun. All walks take about one hour. Just turn up at Cricklade Town Council Offices  on Friday at 9.30 am or contact the walk leader below. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted on the walks.
Rosie Golding 07917 599964 rosie.golding@wiltshire.gov.uk

Highway furniture regulations reviewed to help traders in Cricklade and all areas of Wiltshire.

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Local traders are being encouraged to promote their business responsibly following a review which has opted to relax regulations regarding street furniture. Continue reading

Wiltshire Police appeal for witnesses following spate of burglaries in Purton and Cricklade

Wiltshire PoliceWiltshire Police is appealing for information following a spate of burglaries in Cricklade and Purton.
In the last few weeks alone, there have been six reported dwelling burglaries within the two locations as a result of which a large amount of high value items have been stolen.
Property taken included; a silver Apple laptop, Samsung notebook, Medion notebook, Toshiba 15’’ black laptop, cameras, white ipod, Cannon EOS 7 D black camera, Playstaion 3 320 GB-slim, boxed JVC video camera, green Karrimor rucksack and a large number of items of jewellery. Continue reading

Cricklade and Latton Wiltshire Council results 2013

Cricklade and Latton

Number of seats: 1


Results finalised at 12:35 on Fri 3 May 2013 – Candidates for Cricklade and Latton
Candidate Description Votes
Colmer, Peter The Conservative Party Candidate 702 (43.36%)
Jones, Bob (Elected) Liberal Democrats 917 (56.64%)
Turnout and statistics
Turnout 41.57%
Spoiled votes 22

Wiltshire Council April 2013 Update Cllr. Peter Colmer, Cricklade, Latton & Marston Meysey

45+ Unit Extra Care Facility
Cricklade Community Hub (Campus) Update.

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