The Parish Council are aware that a water leak has caused some issues with the surface of this road, near to the entrance of Crocodile Packaging. We have reported it to Swindon Borough Council who will be dealing with it as soon as they can.
This Sunday, 28th October, our Open Spaces Working Group volunteers will be working in the Recreation Ground to give some TLC to some of the trees.
They will be meeting at 10am and welcome help for any other residents who would like to get some fresh air and help care for our lovely green spaces.
If you would like to join them, please meet at the Recreation Ground or call Barry on 826697 for more information.
The Friends of South Marston Primary are again hosting their popular Christmas Craft Fayre on Friday 23rd November. Come join and get some great Christmas gifts!
Residents of South Marston and their families are invited to our free family Halloween event being held on Saturday 27th October in St Julian’s Woodland. See below for more details.
Do you want more time in the open air? If so, perhaps you should take up an allotment in South Marston village?
We have two lovely and manageable allotments looking for a caring tenant. With just a little work, you could be planting your winter onions & garlic and putting in your broad beans for the spring.
For more details please email Barry Thunder at firstname.lastname@example.org Time to get fitter and enjoy your own locally👨🌾 grown foods!
The next monthly meeting of the Parish Council will take place on Tuesday 16th October at 7:30pm in the Village Hall. An agenda can be seen here.
Members of the public are welcome to attend and ask questions during the Open 10 minutes at the start of the meeting.
September 2018 meeting minutes
In September 2018 the Council held their regular monthly meeting and the minutes of this can be seen here.
Please note that these minutes are draft until approved by the Parish Council at the next meeting.
Swindon Borough Council are running on consultation on their waste strategy which will set out the principles for how they manage Swindon’s waste over the next ten years as well as shape some specific measures to be introduced over the next 12 months to the towns recycling rate.
Visit http://www.sustainableswindon.co.uk or see the poster below for more details.