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
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Thursday 18 March at 7.00pm. The agenda which will include how to join the Zoom meeting will be on the Council page of this site.
Details of the forthcoming elections for, inter alia, Wilts Unitary Council, Shalbourne Parish Council and the Police and Crime Commissioner can be found here.
There is a Pewsey Deanery prayer group working remotely. For details click here.
CENSUS - March 2021
The census will take place on 21 March 2021. a booklet giving further details can be found here.
THE PLOUGH REOPENS
The Plough in Shalbourne has reopened with a new landlord. Hours are from Tuesday (4.00pm) until Sunday evening. Look out for details of food offerings. Now closed again for Covid. Takeaways are available, see their website
PICTURES OF THE CAR SHOW
Pictures of the Car Show, taken by Peter Orr, can be found here.
CPR AND COVID 19
The Shalbourne Community Fund have recently received advice on using CPR during the present pandemic. Details can be found by clicking here.
TRAFFIC NEWS - ROAD CLOSURE - A4 BETWEEN HUNGERFORD AND MARLBOROUGH AND ROAD CLOSURE IN HAM
OPENING OF PLAY AREA
The play area is now open, subject to the government guidelines which are set out in a notice at the gate and are also here.
Part of the guidance is that hands should be washed before and after using any equipment. Sanitisers/wipes are not being provided and you are asked to bring your own.
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 join the Neighbourhood Watch WhatsApp group is here.
The link to reporting non urgent crime to Wiltshire Police is here.