Shalbourne is a picturesque, winding village, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a pretty c12th church, many old and thatched houses (some c16th/c17th), a well-used village hall and a recreation ground with one of the most beautifully-positioned cricket pitches in England.
It’s a busy, thriving village, with a very strong community spirit. Village life revolves around the Church, The Plough, the shop, the enviable list of sports and social clubs and our many fund-raising events. We use most of these events not simply to socialise, but also to support each other and keep our village special.
So, whether it’s a tasting evening in the Village Hall, a Pilates class at Shalbourne Pavilion, a Burns Night dinner, a choral concert, or a quiet game of Boules on a summer’s evening - you’ll find it here.
To post a notice here, contact Administrator
Here's who to contact.
Dr Paddon has written an article for the Parish Magazine detailing who to contact if in need of medical advice. The full article can be found here.
Statistics for this area can be found here.
PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
The next full meeting of the Parish Council will be on Thursday 11 January 2024 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The agenda and related papers will be on the Council page of this site.
PARISH COUNCIL ACCOUNTS
Papers relating to the Parish Council Accounts for 2022/23 are now available through the Council page of this website.
Details of how to inspect the working papers can be found here.
Details of public worship on the 'Church' page of this site.
SHALBOURNE CLASSIC CAR SHOW 2023
This year's Car Show was held on Sunday 27 August.
Pictures by Peter Orr can be found here.
AVIAN FLU BRIEFING NOTE
Wiltshire Council's Briefing Note on avian flu can be found here.
Part of Bacons Farm Road in Oxenwood will be closed for one day on 24 November. There is no diversion. Details here.
There will be road works on the A338 between Shalbourne and Burbage between 14 and 19 December. Details here.
DEFIBRILATORS IN SHALBOURNE
There are three defibrillators in the village. A note about them and their use can be found here.
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH CO-ORDINATOR
Mrs Kelly Elliott is Shalbourne's Neighbourhood Watch Co-Ordinator. New data protection rules have made it impossible to transfer mailing lists so if you want to get Neighbourhood Watch information please e mail Kelly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The link to reporting non urgent crime to Wiltshire Police is here.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR RUBBISH COLLECTIONS
Details of changes to rubbish collection times over Christmas and the New Year can be found here.
SHALBOURNE CLUB AGM - 2023
Papers from the AGM can be accessed via the Club's page on this site under 'Clubs'.
PARISH MAGAZINE - Through the Lens
Those who read the Magazine will know that, every month, we publish one of Peter Orr's amazing wildlife pictures. We can only publish in black and white and are constrained by definition.
If you would like to see what the dragonfly looks like in colour, please click here.
If you would like to see the fungi in colour, click here.
Potholes and other road hazards can be reported directly to Wiltshire Council through MyWilts, click here for link.