Household recycling centres have reopened PLEASE NOTE: Not all sites are open seven days a week and all sites are operating different hours with a postcode rota. Please check your postcode, opening times and what materials you can recycle before you travel.
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The parish council warmly welcomes a new councillors, Mark Arnold, Stephen Lyons and John Wood. They all live in the village answered the call for new blood. Their respective skill sets will be of great value to the council and the parish. We still have three vacancies and if you would like to serve your village and community please contact the parish clerk.
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Collingbourne Ducis Accounts for 2019 - 20
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.
COVID-19 NOTICE BOARD The council has a covid help page which has news, advice and information to get you safely through these dificult times.
Parish Council Meetings and COVID-19 As a result of COVID-19 Parliament has passed two new pieces of legislation relating to the holding of Parish Council meetings and the timelines for the approving of the Council’s Accounts for FY 20/21. The impact of the legislation is that there is no requirement to hold an Annual Meeting of the Parish Council, the Chairman remains in place until 6 May 2021, and that meetings can be held remotely (e.g. via Zoom) and the date for the Accounts to be approved by the Council moves from 30 June 2020 to 31 August 2020.
Don’t delay seeking medical help because of coronavirus People living in Wiltshire are being advised not to let worries about coronavirus stop them asking for medical help for themselves or their children if they become ill, have a serious accident or have a concern about their health. They are also being warned that not seeking medical help for symptoms that could be the early warning signs of serious conditions such as cancer could be putting lives at risk.
The next full Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 9th March 2021 at 7.00pm. The meeting will be virtual using Zoom. If you wish to attend please let the Parish Clerk know and he will issue an invitation to you.
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England moves to national lockdown. England entered a national lockdown at 00:01 on Tuesday 5 January. This means you must stay at home and only go out if it is essential. View more detailed government guidance including essential reasons to leave the home and meeting others at GOV.UK - national lockdown You should follow this guidance immediately, however laws will be updated to reflect the new rules on Wednesday 6 January 2021.
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Wiltshire Council Covid19 News Letter Wiltshire Council have released a news letter to help its residents during the current Covid 19 pandemic. It has information relevant to our area and is most useful. If you are interested please follow the link below.
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The minutes of the virtual Extraordinary Parish Council meeting held on Wednesday 27th January 2021 held via Zoom can be found here.
Bus pass time restrictions temporarily lifted in Wiltshire from 1 February From Monday (1 February) start time restrictions on Wiltshire Council bus passes will be temporarily lifted, to give people more opportunities to get to COVID-19 vaccination appointments they may have. Usually, people can only use their bus passes from 9.30am, but people will be able to use them at any time until schools fully reopen.
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Council’s current financial situation.
The minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 12th January 2021 in Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall can be found here.
Current finances Current finances Covid 19 Cases in Wiltshire  GOV.UK data of COVID-19 cases as of 15th February 2021  Type of data	                                         Case rates  Total number of cases in Wiltshire	             New cases in Wiltshire in the last 7 days	     Rate of cases per 100,000 in Wiltshire in  the last 7 days 	                                            Rate of cases per 100,000 in Wiltshire in  the previous 7 days	                                           Rate of cases per 100,000 in England in  the last 7 days	                                            15,605 581 116.2 140.8  157.5
A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Salisbury Plain area. Flood Alert in force: Groundwater flooding in the Salisbury Plain area. Flooding is possible for: Boscombe, Cholderton, Collingbourne Ducis, Hanging Langford, Hindon, Hurdcott, Idmiston, Newton Tony, Orcheston, Porton, Salisbury, Shipton Bellinger, Shrewton, Stratford Sub Castle, Tidworth, Tilshead, Tisbury, Wilton, Winterbourne Stoke and Woodford.
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Repair and resurfacing of footpath along the Bourne. The footpath that follows the Bourne along the west side of the High Street has been repaired and resurfaced. The work was carried out between 8th - 15th February 2021 and. During this time the path will be closed in its entirety or in phases depending on the issues discovered when the works are carried out. This is something that has needed to be done for sometime and has cost a significant amount but the end result is a safe right of way for all. We would like to thank Andy and Jake of Andover Groundworks for such a good job in the less than hospitable weather of that week.