Following 3 years of developing designs for the campus and working closely with community groups and residents, Cricklade SCOB – comprising of local volunteers appointed by the Area Board – would like to share with you the plans as part of the pre-planning consultation process. This will be your opportunity to comment on the design proposals and we welcome your feedback.
The campus plans represent a significant investment into Cricklade by Wiltshire Council – existing facilities will be extensively refurbished and new facilities and community services added including an extended gym, facilities for police and Wiltshire Council officers to hot desk, new changing rooms for wet and dry activities, a multi-use games area and an external face-lift.
The plans will be available at Cricklade Leisure Centre from 22 October until 5 November. Roadshows will also be taking place throughout Cricklade and the surrounding area later this month – all residents are invited to attend these roadshows to have their say on the proposals. Look out for posters and communications with the roadshow dates and times.
If you have any questions in advance of the preview exhibition, please email CampusConsultation@wiltshire.gov.uk or telephone 01225 718350.
JAMES GRAY MP
HOUSE OF COMMONS
LONDON SW1A 0AA
The New Year will bring some new focus in various parts of the town and district’s lives.
Planning, and opportunistic large-scale applications by developers must remain top of our “watch-out” list. Ridgeway farm was a great disappointment; but we must beware of several similar applications to follow. Continue reading
Following the success of the Cricklade Health Walking Group, the “Get Wiltshire Walking” inspired a starter group to be formed. This is a great way to begin to be more physically active. Last Friday the 7th. February, meeting at 10.00am the first starter walk enrolled eleven members.
Registration with Viv Tomkins (Qualified Walk Leader)
After registration each received a free ICE (In Case of Emergency)Card.
Everyone should be independently mobile and able to meet the demands of the walk, which was a level stroll along Waylands and up the High Street along Calcutt Street to The United Church Hall for refreshments.
The regular walking group met at 9.30am on Friday at the Cricklade Town Council Offices to walk for approximately an hour along Stones Lane to Hailstone House and then returned to the Cricklade United Church for refreshments with the participants of the Starter Walk..
Everyone is welcome, providing you are independently mobile and able to meet the physical demands of the walk. It’s free and fun. Just turn up at Cricklade Town Council Offices on Friday at 9.30 am/10.00am for the Strollers), or contact the walk leader below. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted on the walks.
Rosie Golding 07917 599964 email@example.com
At the Full Meeting of Cricklade Town Council held on Monday 28th October. Under Item 10 Cricklade Campus the Council decided to pursue an asset transfer of the entire Ockwells site from Wiltshire Council.
The Town Clerk was asked to prepare a full Press Release giving the full reasons for the decision to be issued asap.
Do you think that dog fouling is a problem where you live?
Would you like to see something being done to help tackle the problem.
If so, please complete a short survey to have your say on the matter. Continue reading
Cricklade Town Council
An Extraordinary Meeting of the Town Council will take place on Tuesday, 27th August 2013 at 7pm in the Council Chamber at Ockwells, 113 High Street.
The main item for discussion will be Cricklade Town Campus. Continue reading
Cricklade and Latton
Number of seats: 1
Results finalised at 12:35 on Fri 3 May 2013 – Candidates for Cricklade and Latton
||The Conservative Party Candidate
|Jones, Bob (Elected)
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WILTSHIRE COUNCIL UPDATE
45+ Unit Extra Care Facility
Cricklade Community Hub (Campus) Update.
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