You no longer need to book to visit household recycling centres. The booking system for household recycling centres (HRCs) ends from Monday 19 July, and from then you can visit a site without booking in advance. Please ensure you respect the teams on site and other HRC users by keeping your distance during your visit. Staff cannot help you remove waste from your vehicle or help you move your waste while on site - if you have heavy items, please bring a friend or family member to help you lift and dispose of your waste. I
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.
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.
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Collingbourne Ducis Provisional Accounts for 2020 - 21 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.
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.
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 Thursday 9th September 2021 at 7pm. The meeting will be held at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall.
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Council’s current financial situation.
The minutes of the Parish Council meetings held on Tuesday 13th July 2021 via Zoom.
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Collingbournes Chute and Everleigh Link Scheme is back serving the community. The Link Scheme was unable to operate during the height of the coronavirus, because many of our drivers are over seventy, and are in the 'vulnerable' category, which meant that they had to stay at home. However, since the beginning of June we are back in action, and are abe to transport people to the doctor, the hospital, shopping, or most other places. Also, a break in operations such as we have just had means several people have dropped out from the occasional driving role, so we do need more volunteers. If you feel you can help the less mobile members of our community it would greatly help our Link Scheme to continue its help for people in our parishes to get to their appointments In the first instance please contact Gerry Hooper who is the scheme chairman at
Wiltshire Council is consulting on its draft Climate Strategy from 1 September for six weeks, as it aims to meet its pledge to be carbon neutral by 2030.
The Book Exchange is open.  The Collingbourne Ducis book exchange, provided by the Parish Council, is now up and running in the smart, refurbished red telephone box opposite the Tipple Inn.  This is a community resource and we hope that everyone finds something to their taste.  We aim  to have a range of books for various ages and interests. Please feel free to borrow and/or donate books. It is used at your own risk and we ask that you use the hand sanitiser provided, please. If you are donating books and there is no room on the shelves, please leave them in the front porch of Ducis House in the High Street rather than leaving them on the floor or outside the exchange.  Happy reading. Covid 19 Cases in Wiltshire  GOV.UK data of COVID-19 cases as of 19th July 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	                                            22.296 1465 293 179  426.1
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Your Parish Council needs your support. If you wish to help to manage and take the parish forward or feel strongly about an issue and want changes please contact the Parish Clerk to let him know you are interested. We currently have 3 vacancies on the council open for co-option.
Road works to be carried out by Wiltshire Council will result in road closure in our area. Full details on these works and closures can be found by following the link.
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The consultation is your chance to help shape the future of Wiltshire in its journey to becoming carbon neutral county and more resilient to climate impacts. The council will be asking for your views on how you residents, communities and businesses in the county can all play their part to achieve this. There will be a chance to attend engagement events to ask questions and share your views during the six weeks of the consultation period, along with an online survey, so please do get involved and help to spread the word. The full consultation documents and information will be available at from 1 September. We all have a responsibility to do what we can to tackle this global problem, and your support on a local level will be vital, so please do get involved!
A welcome return. Paul Hartley has returned from working abroad and has returned to the fold. At the meeting held on the 13th July he was co-opted back onto the council. Paul was a very active member of the council and it is good to have him back. He will also take on the mantle for our Speed Watch getting up and running.
Restrictions are easing across the UK. The Government has confirmed that step 4 of their roadmap will commence from 19 July 2021. The Government has confirmed that from 19 July: You will not need to stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with. There will also be no limits on the number of people you can meet. However, in order to minimise risk at a time of high prevalence, you should limit the close contact you have with those you do not usually live with, and increase close contact gradually. This includes minimising the number, proximity and duration of social contacts. Meet outdoors where possible and let fresh air into homes or other enclosed spaces. The Government is no longer instructing people to work from home if they can. However, the Government expects and recommends a gradual return over the summer. The requirement to wear face coverings in law will be lifted. However, the Government expects and recommends that people wear face coverings in crowded areas such as public transport. There will no longer be limits on the number of people who can attend weddings, civil partnerships, funerals and other life events (including receptions and celebrations). There will be no requirement for table service at life events, or restrictions on singing or dancing. You should follow guidance for weddings and funerals to reduce risk and protect yourself and others. There will no longer be restrictions on group sizes for attending communal worship.
Closure of Mill Lane bridleway. Bridleway 13 (Part), Collingbourne Ducis; from its junction with the A346 Ludgershall Road to its junction with Footpath 15, Collingbourne Ducis. To enable demolition of disused railway abutments. No alternative route is available; access will be maintained for residents and businesses where possible. These works will commence 23rd August and likely to take three weeks.
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Pw And Ja Hedge Ltd - The Pharmacy The Pharmacy, Central Street, Ludgershall Wiltshire, SP11 9RA Opening hours are: Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm Saturday 9am - 1pm Sunday closed all day.
The nearest rapid lateral flow test collection site is:
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