Reporting a problem


The MyWiltshire App is the online reporting tool that allows you to report directly to Wiltshire Council about issues in your area. It has been upgraded and re-launched the week of 21st September 2020. The type of issue that can be reported is fly tipping, street lighting (broken lights), rights of way (broken stiles/gates, blockages, overgrown vegetation etc.) and rubbish/recycling issues to name a few.

You can register for an account and receive updates on your reports in progress.  Alternatively, you can submit reports anonymously.  It’s also possible to download the MyWiltshire app on to your phone. You can attach documents, photos or videos to provide additional information and pinpoint exact locations using mapping software on your device.

Go to the website Wiltshire Online Reporting and sign up to help keep your local community clean, tidy and safe.

Parish Steward

The Parish Steward scheme was reintroduced to Wiltshire in October 2016. In their distinctive green and yellow vehicles the Parish Steward carries out minor highways work which has been set for them by the local community.  Their priority is roads, pathways, drainage and verge maintenance. Should you have any particular concerns around our villages please inform your Parish Council via the Clerk;

Cllr Philip Whitehead accompanying the Parish Steward at work.

We have a nominated Councillor who monitors the work and will pass on the request to the Parish Steward who visits the village on a monthly basis.

Parish Gardener

The Parish Council employs a contractor to maintain the grass, some hedges and leaf clearing in specific areas around the Villages throughout the year. These include: the Village Hall field and playground, the burial ground grass and hedge plus the strimming of grass along public footpaths, at regular intervals. We are always working to a tight budget and it is the responsibility of land and homeowners to maintain hedges that run alongside footpaths, byways and bridleways adjacent to their properties.  It is important that our public rights of way remain passable for all users at all times.