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It surrounds the Town of Melksham and has thirteen Members. It is the largest rural parish in Wiltshire and has a population of approximately 7,500. It covers an area of 2,904 hectares (7,173 acres).
|The next Full Council Meeting is on Monday 22nd January 2024|
There are several villages and communities in the parish, each with its own distinct character and needs.
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MELKSHAM WITHOUT PARISH COUNCIL
OBJECTIVES & PRIORITIES FOR 2023/24
Adopted at the Annual Council Meeting on 22 May 2023
LONGER TERM OBJECTIVES & PRIORITIES FOR 4 YEAR TERM OF OFFICE 2021 - 2025
Approved at Annual Council meeting on 22 May 2023
|Contact number for urgent Parish Matters|
|Cllr Vacancy - Beanacre, Shaw, Whitley & Blackmore|
|Accessing Council meetings on YouTube|
|Grant Aid 2024-25|
|COUNCILLOR VACANCY- Bowerhill Ward|
|To book the new Berryfield Village Hall|
|NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PODCAST|
|Map of Electric Car Charging points|
|How to find out the latest road closures in the pa|
|MELKSHAM NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN 1 - adopted July 2021|
|Privacy Notice & Data Protection Policies|
|How the parish council use and store personal data|
|Pre-application meetings with developers welcomed|
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