Melksham Without Parish Council


in the heart of WEST WILTSHIRE

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The Parish of Melksham Without is in the Melksham Community Area.

It surrounds the Town of Melksham and has thirteen Members. It is the largest rural parish in Wiltshire and has a population of approximately 7,500. It covers an area of 2,904 hectares (7,173 acres).

The next Full Council Meeting is on Monday 9th March 2020

There are several villages and communities in the parish, each with its own distinct character and needs.
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adopted at the Annual Council Meeting 13th May 2019
  • To continue working to produce a robust, community led Neighbourhood Plan for the designated Area.
  • To continue to investigate the possibility of installing a Teen Shelter in Bowerhill.
  • To continue to actively seek ways to promote the hire of the Bowerhill Sports Field and Pavilion changing room facilities.
  • To continue to work in partnership with Melksham Town Council & the Friends of Shurnhold Fields to actively develop the shared Public Open Space at Shurnhold Fields.
  • To continue to work with partner organisations to achieve flood alleviation in the parish.
  • To continue to work with the relevant organisations to improve Shaw Play Area.
  • To continue to maintain a good working relationship with Wiltshire Council, the Area Board and all the neighbouring parishes who abut Melksham Without.
  • To ensure, following the Local Government Boundary Commission for England review of the unitary boundaries in the County, that Melksham Without maintains its integrity and independence in order that the rural nature of the parish and the individual character of its constituent villages and communities are preserved.

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Mon 2nd March 2020
Finance Committee- Grants
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Mon 9th March 2020
Full Council Meeting- 7.00pm
Mon 16th March 2020
Planning Committee - 7.00pm
Mon 16th March 2020
Staffing Committee (Following Planning Committee)
Mon 6th April 2020
Planning Committee - 7.00pm
Tue 7th April 2020
Annual Parish Meeting **at Bowerhill Village Hall **
Mon 20th April 2020
Full Council Meeting- 7.00pm
Mon 27th April 2020
Planning Committee - 7.00pm
Mon 27th April 2020
Highways and Streetscene Committee- Following Planning
Mon 27th April 2020
Highways and Streetscene Committee- Following Planning
Mon 11th May 2020
Annual Council Meeting- 7.00PM
Mon 18th May 2020
Planning Committee - 7.00pm
Mon 18th May 2020
Finance Committee- Following Planning committee
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Meeting Calendar

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