The next full Parish Council meeting will be Monday 5th March 2020 starts at 7.00pm. at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall.
Council’s current financial situation.
Collingbourne Ducis Audited Accounts for 2018 - 19
Data ProtectionCollingbourne 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.
Results of the village survey.You can find the results and notes on the way forward by following the link below
The minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 2nd January 2020 at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall can be found here.
Find out your nearest Registry Office.By following the link you can find your nearest Registry Office or even any in the UK.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) payment.The council has recieved £1942.74 as a result of a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) payment with regards to the planning permission given at Station House. Full details can be found by following the link
Look after yourself this winter.As the dark nights draw in across Wiltshire and winter really starts to bite, it’s worth thinking about how we can all make sure we’re looking after ourselves and staying well over the cold winter months. The NHS recently launched its annual winter campaign – Help Us Help You– which is here to help make it easier to understand the things you can do. We all know hospitals and surgeries can be especially busy during the winter months and it can often be tricky to know the best place to go for help, so here’s some handy tips to see you though until spring: 1.It’s not too late to get your flu jab The free flu vaccination is offered to those who are at increased risk from the effects of flu, including people aged 65 and over, pregnant women, those with underlying health conditions and children aged 2-10. If you’ve not had one yet, it’s not too late. 2.Call 111 or visit 111.nhs.uk onlineIf you’re unsure where to go and think you need urgent medical attention, but it’s not life-threatening, contacting NHS 111 can help you make sure you reach the most suitable NHS service for your needs. 3.Ask a pharmacist for advice before minor ailments or winter illnesses get worse Community pharmacists are qualified healthcare professional who can offer clinical advice and over the counter medicines to safely manage things like coughs, colds and sore throats.It’s quick and convenient to see a pharmacist– you don’t need to book an appointment and can often be seen in a private consultation room. 4.See your GP in the evening or weekend if you can’t see them during the dayIf you need to see a GP but find it hard to find the time during routine hours, appointments with a GP, nurse or other healthcare professionals are often available in the evenings and at weekends through many local practices or other local NHS services. For more information about services in your area visit:
Future Presentations at the Film PlaceLion King Friday 28th FebruaryThe Good Liar Friday 27th MarchKnives Out Friday 24th April
New Councillor and VacanciesWe welcome Shaun Batley as a councillor to Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council. He has lived for many years in the village and so knows it well and will be a great asset to the parish. Terry Greenwood has resigned from the council as he is moving from the village. The council would like to thank him for his support over the years and we wish him every happiness in his new home. Please see the election notice below.This currently means there four vacancies on the council and if you are interested in supporting you parish please let the parish clerk know.
Job CentresYou can find the nearest job centre from the following the link below