18/05/20 to 27/05/20: Temporary closure of Gaston Lane, from junction with The Tarters for a distance of 210 metres in an easterly direction. This is to carry out a sewer connection.
Access for residents/businesses will be maintained.
June's meeting will be held virtually via Zoom (details to follow)
on Thursday 11th June at 7.30 p.m.
28/05/2020: There are 523 confirmed cases in Wiltshire; there have been 282 coronavirus related deaths up to 15 May.
The new Test, Track and Trace system is meant to be starting from now.
A diagram showing the process can be found by clicking here.
Full guidance can be found at the Governments website: link
29/04//2020: There are 394 confirmed cases in Wiltshire, out of a local population of 498,064
In the South West, 857 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus.
(Note: Confirmed cases only include those testing positive for the virus, not all will have been tested. Deaths in England only include those in hospitals.)
14/04/2020: Here's a link to a useful document from Wiltshire Council particularly aimed at parents during the lockdown.
As at 08/04/2020, there are currently 180 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Wiltshire. Here is guidance from PHE via the BBC on how to protect yourself and others. Please click on this link:-
As at 24/03/2020, new restrictions has been introduced affecting everybody. See the link to the Government website:
As at 24/03/2020, there are currently 28 known cases of Covid-19 in Wiltshire.
Update on 23/03/2020, most households will have received information about who their contact is in the Neighbourhood Network. Click on link for more information.
As at 16/03/2020, the Parish Council's emergency committee has been formed to assist with the dissemination of information from trusted sources and to organise support for vulnerable and isolated people in the community.
Further updates to follow.
Here's a report on the lecture about the 100 Tonne Low Carbon Diet. It was delivered on 10th January 2020 in the British School Rooms. Please click on this link:-
last updated on: 16/03/2020 FINAL (MS)
If you are in immediate danger call 999
Local risk assessment
Risk Matrix for Sherston
Map of Sherston showing Hazards
Local skills and resources assessment
Key locations identified with emergency services for use as places of safety Situation report for helping coordinate emergencies
Emergency contact list - Internal Emergency contact list – External
Useful Links and Contact Details
List of community organisations that may be helpful in identifying vulnerable people or communities in an emergency
First steps in an emergency
Community Emergency Group first meeting agenda
Actions agreed with emergency responders in the event of an evacuation
Alternative arrangements for staying in contact if usual communications have been disrupted
FLOOD PLAN ANNEXE A
SNOW PLAN ANNEXE B
PANDEMIC FLU PLAN ANNEXE C
LOSS OF UTILITIES ANNEXE D
ANIMAL HEALTH ANNEXE E
DISASTER ANNEXE F
A grant is any payment by the Council to be used by an organisation for a specific purpose that will benefit the parish, or residents of the parish, and which is not directly controlled or administered by the Council.
The Council awards grants, at its discretion, to parish organisations which can demonstrate a clear need for financial support to benefit the parish by:
• Providing a service
• Enhancing the quality of life
• Improving recreation and / or sports
• Improving the environment
• Promoting the parish of Sherston in a positive way.
The PDF below includes:
Grant Application Process
Conditions of Funding
APPLICATION FORM FOR GRANT(S) AND/OR DONATION(S)
Click here to view/print the full Grant Award Policy & Form.