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£150 energy rebate update We are continuing to pay the £150 energy rebate to residents who pay their council tax by direct debit. So far we've paid out over £12.8million to 85,438 households in Wiltshire and we'll be making payments to a further 18,000 households that pay by direct debit next week. If you don't pay your council tax by direct debit, you'll receive a letter in the post next month explaining how you can claim the energy rebate.
Parish of Collingbourne Ducis
This website is maintained by the Parish Council for the benefit of the residents of Collingbourne Ducis and anyone with an interest in the village.
Welcome to Collingbourne Ducis on the North East corner of Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, U.K.
The Council's contact e-mail address is:  Disclaimer:  Any views expressed within this website are not necessarily those of the Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council.The links on these pages may allow you to access other websites. The Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council has no control over the linked websites and is not liable for your use of them. Please read the linked websites' terms and conditions.
Collingbourne Ducis Accounts for 2021 - 22 can be found by following the link
Data Protection Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council recognises its responsibility to comply with the Data Protection act 2018. The Act regulates the use of personal data and affects all authorities. It acknowledges the rights of individuals over data that is held and used by Councils. Please follow these links to find further information on how Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council treats your data:
The council has drawn up a list of useful contacts which should help cover any emergency.
The next Parish Council meeting meeting will be held on Thursday 14th July 2022 at 7pm. The meeting will be held at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall. The minutes for the Annual Parish meeting held on 5th May .
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The minutes of the Annual Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 5th May 2022 .
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Your Parish Council would like your opinion on the website. The council is in the process of revamping its website. We would like the parish to give its view on what they would like to see on it. A feedback questionaire can be found by following the link. The council supports the Community Speed Watch team which has recently started but needs much more support from the community as there are only 8 team members currently. If you feel you can help please contact Paul Hartley the scheme co-ordinator at Paul.Hartley@Collingbourne-Ducis.com
Accessibilty and the council. The Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council has an accessibility policy which can be found by following the link.
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The Queen’s Jubilee village celebrations Plans have been firmed up to celebrate the jubilee on the recreation ground with a ‘Jubilee Garden Party’ carrying on into the evening.This is not being run by the parish council but is supporting the event financially and with effort. A steering committee will organise and make it happen made up of people and groups within the parish. Please keep your eyes open for further news. Volunteers to assist in preparations beforhand and on the day.
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The Ukrainian Refugee Crisis You may or may not be aware that as a result of the Government scheme to host Ukrainian refugees there are currently eight families in Burbage who have offered accommodation. It became obvious at the start that most of prospective hosts were unaware of each other but following a post on the Burbage Notice Board Facebook page the Burbage Ukraine Network (BUN) was created, this is a support network currently consisting of the host families.The support starts at the pre-arrival stage ( matching , visas etc ) , goes through the Arrival stage ( transport, money, doctors etc ) and onto the Post arrival stage ( joining in the community , finding work etc)
Matching hosts with refugees is taking time. There are, however, two groups matched and good progress is being made with the application process. It is hoped that some refugees will arrive in the village in the near future. If you or someone you know in the village has put themselves forward as host and would like to join the network please ask them to get in touch with Tony Walker ( tony.g.walker@btinternet.com) or 01672 810494.
Solar together Wiltshire Wiltshire Council is working with independent experts iChoosr and Swindon Borough Council to give homeowners the opportunity to invest in renewables through a group-buying scheme for solar panels and battery storage. This is a group-buying scheme which will offer solar panels with optional battery storage and EV charge points, as well as offering battery storage for residents who have already invested in solar panels and are looking to get more from the renewable energy they generate, as well as increase their independence from the grid. Given the current cost of living, significantly impacted by the surge in energy prices, we feel this scheme will be worth consideration from eligible households and help provide longer term savings.
Good news. For the first time in a good many years we have a full council. At the parish council meeting on the 5th May Kelly and Thomas Earle were co-opted onto the council after volunteering to take the Parish forward. This means the council has its full compliment of 11 councillors. Thomas will be focusing issues environmental and Kelly is currently revamping the website.
Solar together Wiltshire  Wiltshire Council is working with independent experts iChoosr and Swindon Borough Council to give homeowners the opportunity to invest in renewables through a group-buying scheme for solar panels and battery storage.  This is a group-buying scheme which will offer solar panels with optional battery storage and EV charge points, as well as offering battery storage for residents who have already invested in solar panels and are looking to get more from the renewable energy they generate, as well as increase their independence from the grid. Given the current cost of living, significantly impacted by the surge in energy prices, we feel this scheme will be worth consideration from eligible households and help provide longer term savings.
The bus shelter is now fully operational. The bus shelter at the corner of Everleigh and Tidworth roads is now fully installed, operational and infact being used. This project was head by Sean Batley for which are very grateful as it was a big project. It should really come into its own in the Autumn or even sooner if we have a bad summer.
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