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Have your say on how the village develops over the next few years and how Chapmanslade can be an even better place to Live.

Volunteers will be delivering Questionnaires to all households in our community.

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The Questionnaire is the next step in the production of a Parish Plan and will be used to guide future decisions made by the Parish Council. By completing the questionnaire you can play your part in influencing the future of our village - so please DO IT FOR THE VILLAGE.


You may find this information useful when completing the Questionnaire

Should you need a digital copy of the questionnaire you can find it here

Many thanks to our generous SPONSORS and volunteers. 


WELCOME to our village website. Created by voluntary help, this site aims to help people living in and around our village get involved with community activities and keep in-touch with what’s happening. Please look around the website and contribute where you can. There are more things going on than you may realise.

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ABOUT OUR VILLAGE.  Chapmanslade is a vibrant and friendly Wiltshire village populated with some 675 happy souls. Situated in wonderful countryside on the border with Somerset, the Village stretches both sides along the road between Westbury and Frome, some 3 miles from Warminster. Chapmanslade enjoys it's own Pub, Church, School, Pre-schools, Village Hall, Recreation Ground, Children’s Playground, together with many local clubs, societies, activites and small businesses. There are numerous footpaths with walks through the countryside to our sister village Corsley, to the imposing Cley Hill and to the Longleat estate, not forgetting walks through our very own Black Dog Wood.

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facebook-icon-preview-1The Chapmanslade Village Facebook Community Group now has 124 members (as of 5/06/17) but we want as many villagers as possible to join. Go on - do it NOW. It's a great way to keep in touch with what's going on in the village.