Specific to South Marston village, find out more about local charities, our green spaces, maps and history.

  • South Marston’s bi-monthly magazine is produced every 2 months. It is delivered to village residents and posted online on the website. For any queries please email:

  • A local charity set up for the benefit of residents of South Marston, who in the opinion of the Trustees, would benefit from a grant or assistance. The Trust invests in local groups and projects that improve village life.

  • A group of South Marston volunteers and parish councillors form our Open Spaces Working Group. They regularly employ their skills and organisation to improve our open spaces and woodland. Most of our green spaces and events in them are managed for residents benefit from our beautiful green surroundings, including; St Julian’s Wood, Oxleaze Wood, the Village Garden and War Memorial, Orchard Meadow, and Oak Tree Corner.

  • There are two funds available from these charities that can make one off grants to residents of Highworth and South Marston who are in Genuine need. The Relief of Need Fund – for the benefit of residents in the area who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress by making grants of money or providing items, services or facilities. Educational Fund – supporting residents of Highworth and South Marston who are under the aged of 25 years with education or training . Limited money is available, therefore any assistance given cannot be repeated.

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