Parish of Collingbourne Ducis
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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.
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  Regular Groups and Societies meetings: Collingbournes’ Short Mat Bowls Club: we meet Wednesdays 7-00pm. to 9-00pm. Our season starts in Mid Sept. through to Mid April the following year. For further info please phone Alan Wilkins 01264850605 or Mike Bailey 01264850525. Table Tennis Club meets three times a week, Tuesday & Wednesday at Kingston Village Hall between 10-12pm and at Ducis Village Hall on a Monday between 7-9pm. All welcome and further can be obtain from Terry Greenwood on 01264 852776 or greenwt@hoymail.co.uk Brownie Guides: meet every Tuesday between 5:45 - 7:15 (in term time) at Collingbourne Kingston Hall. It is for girls aged between 7 - 101/2 years. More details at collingbourne7@yahoo.com   Cubs: are now meeting regularly on Mondays at 6.30 in Collingbourne Kingston village hall. For more information please  email cubs@collingbournescouts.org.uk. Beavers: Monday evenings at Kingston Village Hall from 17.45 until 18.45 during term-time. The sessions are for boys and girls aged 6 to 8 years. More details at  beavers@collingbournescouts.org.uk. The Collingbournes & Everleigh Society of Ringers, The band practice every Monday 7.30 - 9 pm, at Ducis on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. COLLINGBOURNE PETANQUE CLUB Play at the Barleycorn Collingbourne Kingston on Tuesday evenings from 6pm For a taster contact Larry Read on 850598 or Peter Bell on 852779 TAI CHI and QIGONG Thursdays from 7- 8 pm at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall. The Collingbourne Quilters first and third Wednesday of each month from 7 pm to 9 pm. Main Hall of Collingbourne Kingston Village Hall. 
Notice Board
The next Parish Council meeting will be 7pm on the 6th September 2018 at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall.
Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes
Minutes for the council meeting held on the 5th July 2018 can be found here.
Council’s current financial situation.
Accounts Accounts Accounts The system has been changed and improved in the following ways:   	The old Clarence number has been replaced by 0300 456 0105.This feeds direct into the Customer Care Centre     and avoids problems that used to arise   for mobile phone callers. 	Reports may now be made online to          	It is now possible to track progress in real time on resolving road maintenance issues that have been reported online. 	Issues that can be reported include council signs, car parks, fly-tipping, potholes, playgrounds, street lighting, roads and drains and manholes, traffic lights, dead animals on a public road, trees and many others.   There is now a new procedure for Reporting  Highways Issues.            also an app is available for smart phone and pad users who can download it from the online reporting website.   www.wiltshire.gov.uk/mywilts
Grants for projects that benefit the community. There are a number of sources of financial help to assist new schemes as well as improvements to existing ones. This support can be either  for capital expenditure or assistance in running costs. The two major sources are the Tidworth Area Board and Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council
More details. More details. Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Accounts Accounts Accounts The village flood warden has issued a flood  guidance document and it can be found by  following the link. Flood advice and useful contacts Non to report
The council has drawn up a list of useful contacts which should help cover any emergency.
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Jobcentre Help A website has been ceated to make life easier to find a local Jobcentre Plus offices, benefits and employment information.  http://www.jobcentrenearme.com
The Mobile Library stops on Fridays at Collingbourne Ducis,   West Farm Close1 1.20 - 11.45am  Feb 16                June 8                      Mar 16                July   Apr 13                 Aug 3, 31   May 11                Sep28   For more information visit the website  www.wiltshire.gov.uk New times for mobile library visits to Collingbourne Ducis
Let them know it is 30mph Stickers are are available to put on wheelie bins to encourage those driving through the village. They are available from: nick.beaumont-jones@auditel.co.uk @ £1.50 each
Wiltshire are at it again! Wiltshire Council want to close Everleigh Recycling Centre. A consultation period has started and you can have your say by following the link below. 
Consultation site Consultation site Flood guidance Flood guidance
Wiltshire needs more local authority foster carers. Do you know of anyone who may wish to become a foster carer? Please follow the link below and read the briefing note, and share this information with anyone you think may be a suitable carer.
Fostering notes Fostering notes
Collingbourne Ducis Audited Accounts for 2017 - 18
To the Accounts To the Accounts
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:
General Data Protection Regulation Policy General Data Protection Regulation Policy Data Protection Privacy Notice Data Protection Privacy Notice
Warming up Wiltshire! Do you struggle to keep your home warm or worry how you will afford your energy bills this winter? Contact Warm & Safe Wiltshire for free, impartial advice about keeping your home warm, using your heating system, understanding your energy bills and making energy saving improvements as well as registering for the Priority Services Register.  Advice can be given through home visits as well as over the phone.  Fire safety alarm and appliance checks can also be organised in partnership with Fire and Rescue for eligible residents. 
Jobcentre Help A website has been ceated to make life easier to find a local Jobcentre Plus offices, benefits and employment information.  http://www.jobcentrenearme.com
Further information Further information