Useful Links

Report It - It is easier than ever to report things like potholes, dog mess, graffiti, litter and street lighting in your area using our My Wiltshire online form .Reports can be made anonymously, but it only takes a few minutes to register. Registration is free and once you have joined you can track the reports you have made, even receiving a notification once the work has been completed.

Paul Oatway - Wiltshire Councillor for the Pewsey Vale. I am married and my wife and I have lived in the vale for 21 years where we have raised a family and educated at one of our wonderful small village community schools and later at Pewsey Vale...

For all of my working life I have lived and worked in Wiltshire and mainly within this part of the County for one of our emergency services. As a result I have a good understanding of the vale, its people and problems.

Claire Perry - MP for the Devizes constituency.

As your MP since 2010, I have been a member of the Justice Select Committee, represented Britain at the Council of Europe and been the Parliamentary Aide to the Secretary of State for Defence. I became a Government Whip in 2013 and in July 2014 I was appointed as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Transport until July 2016

Redhorn News - the monthly magazine serving communities either side of the A342 east of Devizes.

 

***All residents of Chirton & Conock now receive a free copy (courtesy of the Parish Council) from Jan 2017 - please let us know if yours doesn't arrive


A member of our committee, Julia, is responsible for the Chirton pages in the Redhorn News and always welcomes more content, so if you have anything, however small, please send it here.

 

The editors also welcome contributions from readers either by email at redhornmag@gmail.com or hard copy can be handed into the Urchfont Community shop. If you would like to advertise,please contact 
David Leigh
 

 

Chirton Community Life - Facebook Group

 

Events, pics & much more !

Rural Services Network - to keep up with rural issues - click here !

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