swindon borough council emerging local plan and the old golf course site
Swindon Borough Council Emerging Local Plan – Click Here
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Public Consultation – Click Here
Collation of Questions from the Public submitted to Councillor Gary Sumner
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Response to questions received from Swindon Borough Council – Click Here
Highworth Town Council approved and submitted the response to the Swindon Borough Council Emerging Local Plan at Full Council on Tuesday 7 September 2021, to see the submitted response to each Policy please click each Policy below:
Allotment Locations and Price – 2021
We have two allotment sites in Highworth, one at Park Avenue, one alongside the A361 Swindon Road and one a little further back from the A361 site near the Golf Course/ Recreation Centre field. In total we have 234 allotment plots, all of which are currently allocated, and we have a waiting list that is building up fast.
The Council Offices are currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but you can contact us via phone or email, Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 1.00pm and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons 2.00pm to 4.00pm.
The rent for the allotments from 1 February 2021 to 31 January 2022 is £25.00 Payment of the rental may be made by post or paid by bacs online. Cheques should be made payable to Highworth Town Council and any cash payments put in an envelope with your name and plot number on.
If you wish to pay by bacs, our bank details are
Sort Code: 08-90-12
Account Number: 61580271
If you do pay by bacs, then please use your plot number as the payment reference.
HIGHWORTH CEMETERY A local green space situated along the Cricklade Road on the western side of the town. This is a tranquil area with a small chapel and commanding views over the Thames valley.
HIGHWORTH PARISH CHURCH CHURCHYARD: A tranquil and historic open space within the Conservation Area, visually important to the setting and character of the historic town centre.
SEVENHAMPTON CHURCHYARD: A tranquil and historic open space within the Conservation Area of the hamlet, visually important to the setting and character of Sevenhampton. Ian Fleming is buried here.
Highworth Cemetery is available for cremated remains into ashes plot or full burial plots. If you are not a Highworth Parishioner the cost is elevated. Please call 01793 762377 or email email@example.com for more information.
If you wish to find a friend or relative within Highworth Cemetery please email with as much information as possible to enable us to locate the correct plot number.
Memorial benches have been placed within the cemetery. If this is something you would like to do, we ask you to pay Highworth Town Council directly for the cost of the bench and Highworth Town Council will source and install it. Due to the space being limited the number of benches permitted are limited.
Highworth is an ancient hilltop Market Town and has a population of approximately 8000 residents. In 1206 Highworth was granted a charter for its Market which is still held weekly and can be found in the Market Square on Saturday mornings 8:am-2:00pm.
For more information or to enquire about becoming a stall holder please see the official Highworth Market Facebook page or contact the Market Manager – Richard Williams on 07789781151.
Enquires can also be forwarded through the team at the Council Offices using the contact us form or phoning 01793 762377
Barra Close Park
Jubilee Park (The Rec)
Highworth Town Council is looking into upgrading the Play Areas within the Town and potential schemes are being drawn up. To tell us what YOU would like please complete the short Play Area Survey. The survey will run until the end of September 2021. Watch this space for more information.