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Road Closure in Hankerton

Wiltshire Council are planning to close Cloatley Road on 29 July for resurfacing work. From what I can see on their site it looks to be pretty much the whole length from Hankerton to Upper Minety.

This is the link to their website :

http://streetworks.wiltshire.gov.uk/map.aspx

(Thanks to David Wood for this)

 

 

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Temporary Closure of C76

Wiltshire Council
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Closure of: C76 (Part), Crudwell and Minety (Ref: TTRO 6114)

Indicative Plan

Notice is hereby given that the Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic:
C76 (Part), Crudwell and Minety; from its junction with C83 to its junction with Hankerton Road.
To enable: Ringway to carry out verge overrun works.
Alternative route: via C92 – Hare Lane and vice versa
The closure and diversion route will be clearly indicated by traffic signs. Continue reading

Step Into Spring

Step Into Sprint

On Saturday 25th May the Parish Council organised a meadow walk to celebrate the beauty of the Wiltshire Wildlife Meadows. These meadows are rare and we are fortunate in Hankerton to live in a village bordered by such a well conserved area.

Many thanks to the enthusiasts who supported the ramble and special thanks to Steve Davies who acted as an excellent wildlife guide on this occasion. His detailed knowledge and observations were much appreciated by all.

Pam Walkinshaw  Footpath Warden

Hankerton Velo Social Bike Rides

Hankerton Velo Social Bike Rides

Aim is to offer social rides for all, especially those new too, or returning to cycling, or who just want to get some exercise.

All are welcome, for more info contact Geoff on geoff@hankertonvelo.uk.

Rides start from the bus shelter on Cloatley Road at 10:00 on Wednesday mornings.

Duration between 2-2.5 hours with a café stop.

Routes by consensus or suggested by leader.

Geoff

Best Kept Village

Scoring between the first 3 was very close with 4th a little further away.  Glad we entered – 1st place next year!  The judges’ report will be posted once received – which could be up to a couple of weeks away on previous experience.

Thanks
Michael

Result of BKV, North Wilts, Small Villages –

1at Upper & Lower Seagry 79 points
2nd Marston Meysey 78.6
3rd Hankerton 77
4th Clyffe Pypard 73.9

Patients Participation Group

NHS In Touch Newsletter – May 2019

Read the latest issue of In Touch, a newsletter for Wiltshire people that helps to keep you in touch with the commissioning and development of your local healthcare services.

Included in this issue:

  • BSW Commissioning Alliance  – new appointments to senior team
  • Our Health Our Future – have your say on the future of local health and care issues
  • Cover Up, Mate! – stay safe in the sun this summer.

Read and download In Touch from www.wiltshireccg.nhs.uk to find out more.

E-Zec Medical Transport Services to provide non-emergency patient transport

 

From 1 June 2019 the non-emergency patient transport service in Bath and North

East Somerset, Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire will be provided by E-zec Medical Transport Services – a family run company focused on delivering high quality, safe, effective transportation for patients to and from a healthcare setting.

 

Further information about the service can be found at

www.bgswpatienttransport.co.uk

 

Press Release