Please see the attached for upcoming dates of road closures in the area
Application Forms, Notice and Small Grants Award Criteria and Conditions available for community bodies and groups in the Parish. Chieveley Parish Council is committed to supporting and strengthening the many community groups and organisations that help to make a positive difference to the residents in the Parish.
Deadline for applications: 31 October 2019
Apply with the attached forms or at the link below:-
Hermitage Church (which includes Curridge as part of the parish) is fundraising for some extensive work on the church yard.
Details are available on the church website at the following link:- https://www.hermitage-church.org.uk/latest-news
Dear Parish Residents,
Chieveley Parish Council is currently in the process of reviewing the community Emergency Plan.
The Parish Emergency Plan works in conjunction with West Berkshire Council’s to enable the Parish to have a structured response should ‘a significant major’ incident affect our community while we await the assistance of the Emergency Services and other responders. We are hopeful that this document will never have to be implemented. However, we have to provide an Emergency Plan and issue it to key stakeholders and community groups in the Parish to keep in a safe, accessible place should a major incident cut off electronic communication, power supplies, trunk roads and we have to manage ourselves until the appropriate services can.
It would be great to hear from you if you have professional skills that could be useful in an emergency. E.g. a qualified medical person, first aider/carers, builder, plumber, farmer, electrician, engineer, HGV driver, plant operator, administrator, mechanic or caterer to name a few.
Could you provide or permit access at the time of an emergency any of the following?
Tractor, trailer, 4 x 4 vehicle, JCB, Lorry, chainsaw, safety equipment, lifting gear, cooking equipment, sandbags, pillows, blankets, portable heaters, lanterns, generator, fuel, wood, radio transmitter, utensils or anything else you feel useful for an emergency situation.
Do you feel you personally would need specific assistance during a significant major incident? Please contact us and let us know what your needs will be so we can ensure all our community members as looked out for and supported.
Please fill in the Emergency Plan Form 2019 and return it to the Parish Clerk by email or post as guided on the form. We thank you for your support and look forward to hearing from you. As said before it is hoped it will never be needed but in true scouting words, ‘be prepared’!
Phone: 01635 247507
Please see below for some upcoming roadworks on the A34 that will see it closed overnight
See below for the March news update from Chieveley Parish Council
Below you will be able to view the uncontested election results for Chieveley and Chieveley (Curridge) Parish
Please see below link for details of upcoming road closures on the M4 at Chieveley
Curridge Residents' Association will host our annual village litter pick on Sunday 7th April, from 10am until 12 noon at the WI Hall. All equipment will be provided and a range of predefined routes are available, including family friendly options.
After an hour or so of litter picking, enjoy complimentary bacon rolls (or veggie option!) and hot drinks at the WI Hall.
If you live further out from the WI hall (e.g. Faircross, Arlington Grange, B4009) then let us know in advance using the link below and we can deliver the litter picking kits to you on the day before.
If you aren't up to participating in the litter pick around the village but might be able to help with the organisation at the hall ,e.g. kit issue or food & drink preparation, then please let us know using the same link above.
We will also host a collection point for used printer ink and toner cartridges to ensure they are recycled and in turn raise money for the village school and Children’s charities like Bullying uk.
News & updates from Curridge