Support for Wiltshire BusinessesThe Council is doing its best to get all the support it can out to our businesses, as well as promoting the existence of those elements that it is not directly acting as agent for. Full details of help can be found by following the link.
Advice for Parishioners Regarding CoronavirusIn most cases, COVID-19 is mild but everyone should remain vigilant and carry on with good washing of hands and related personal hygiene measures.For specific medical advice, call 111.For emergencies, call 999.
Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation?
Gym Equipment on the Recreation Ground The council has decided to reopen the equipment on the recreation ground as long as the government guidelines are followed. Please enjoy but responsibly by following the guidelines for your own safety and fellow villagers. The full guidance can be found by following the link.
Covid 19 information, advice and guidance page
Bus pass time restrictions temporarily lifted in Wiltshire from 1 FebruaryFrom Monday (1 February) start time restrictions on Wiltshire Council bus passes will be temporarily lifted, to give people more opportunities to get to COVID-19 vaccination appointments they may have.Usually, people can only use their bus passes from 9.30am, but people will be able to use them at any time until schools fully reopen.
Schools and colleges have reopened.Schools will reopen on Monday 8 March for all primary and secondary aged pupils. Wiltshire Council is supporting schools and colleges as they prepare to welcome pupils back on this date.On Monday 22 February, the Government provided information on how lateral flow tests will be rolled out in secondary schools and colleges and information on safety measures. Wraparound childcare for primary and secondary pupils will resume from that date.Read more detail on the education plans at GOV.UKYou can also read our frequently asked questions on going back to school.
England has a road map for the easing of lockdown.People in England are starting to see restrictions start to lift with the government's four-step roadmap offering a route back to a more normal life.From Monday 12th the next stage of lifting lockdown goes ahead and allows the opening of pub gardens and non-essential shops in England.More businesses will open, but indoor settings should be visited alone, or with household groups. Outside, six people or two households can meet.All shops allowed to openHairdressers, beauty salons and other close-contact services can openRestaurants and pubs allowed to serve food and alcohol to customers sitting outdoorsGyms and spas can reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centresMembers of the same household can take a holiday in England in self-contained accommodationNon-essential journeys between England and Wales are allowedWeddings - up to 15 peopleFunerals - up to 30 people, with 15 at wakesChildren will be able to attend any indoor children's activityCare home visitors will increase to two per residentDriving lessons can resume, with driving tests restarting on 22 AprilFor all the details please visit the Government roadmap page.Wiltshire roadmap for reopening servicesAs lockdown is cautiously eased in 2021, you can use our roadmap as a guide to see when services will reopen in Wiltshire.