Chapmanslade Village Website

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Easter Message and a Surprise

Easter brought a special message and a surprise bunch of daffodils to all households and a chocolate egg to all children in the parish – courtesy of Chapmanslade COVID Action Group.

Read about it HERE. 

Dedicated Coronavirus webpage

This website has a dedicated Coronavirus page where you’ll find information about the Chapmanslade Coronavirus Action Group (COV-AG) plus Community Notices from the Parish Council, Wiltshire Council and the Police.

COV-AG Launches ‘Church Porch Larder’

contact COV-AG at covag-help@cleyhillchurches.org

Parish Council Meetings

Starting 20 May 2021, Chapmanslade Parish Council meetings will return to being held face-to-face in the Village Hall. COVID 19 secure arrangements will be in place.

COVID 19 Risk Assessments can be found at http://chapmanslade.org.uk/parish-council-policies-5/.

Two Green & Open Space Surveys

Wiltshire Council would like you to complete their survey on Green & Open Spaces.

About the Wiltshire Council Survey

Wiltshire Council’s Survey form (download)

Of equal importance, The Village Hall Committee want your views on improvements you’d like to see to the Chapmanslade Playing Field. Please complete the short online Playing Field Improvement Survey.

'Chapmanslade Chaps'

‘Chapmanslade Chaps’ is an informal ‘go-to’ group for getting things done in and around the village. Contact Adam Oackley at  cllradamoakley@gmail.com.

Chapmanslade Parish Plan Adopted

Following community consultation meetings the Parish Plan has formally been adopted by the Parish Council.

Nigel Brown, Steering Group chair,  says “The Parish Council and the community are determined not to let the Parish Plan sit on a shelf somewhere. It is a living document which has already resulted in many initiatives. Now we need more folks to get involved.”

Read more about the Parish Plan HERE

Link Scheme

Link provides a voluntary transport service to people who are in need, either because they are elderly, disabled, single parents or otherwise in need

Transport is provided for:

  • Medical Appointments
  • Shopping
  • Visiting relatives or friends in hospital or care homes
  • Attendance at Clubs or Day Centres
  • Shopping
  • Collecting Prescriptions

Click HERE for more information

Herbert Protocol Awareness

Do you know about the Herbert Protocol?   It’s a national scheme that encourages carers, family and friends to provide and put together useful information, which can then be used in the event of vulnerable person going missing. Click HERE to view a booklet. Forms are also available online: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/herbertprotocol