Ludgershall Town Council News

Ludgershall Town Council Values Your Opinion

Who is responsible for what? Wiltshire Council is responsible for your county-wide services such as highways, street lights, schools, social care, bin collections and housing. Ludgershall Town Council provides your local services (unique to the parish of Ludgershall and Faberstown). Our services for our residents, and for visitors to our…

Bins on The Rec

Polite Notice – It has been brought to our attention that household rubbish is being discarded into our public bins around Ludgershall. Items such as electrical appliances & clothes etc are NOT permitted and will be treated as fly tipping, subsequently leading to prosecution by Wiltshire Council. Please see below opening…

Road Carriageway Works – Biddesden Lane & Hatchet Hill, Ludgershall

As consultant representative for Wiltshire Council, I write to inform you of carriageway repair works programmed on Biddesden Lane to Hatchet Hill, Ludgershall. The site extents can be viewed on the attached drawing. The initial dates for this scheme have changed due to programme slippage and change in weather conditions. These…

Kings Coronation Street Party 7th May 2023

Ludgershall Town Council held a Street Party in High Street Ludgershall to celebrate the coronation of King Charles & Queen Camilla on Sunday 7th May 2023. Music was provided by Castledown FM Road Show, The 2 of Us, the Covergirlz, Steve Slater, Nokando. A large number of people attended the party…

Wessex Water Grants- Environmental Fund – Opens 24th April 2023

Click the link below to apply: https://www.wessexwater.co.uk/visit-and-learn/environment-fund

Ludgershall Castle visit from Marlborough St Mary’s Primary School- 2nd of February 2023

White castle drew on black paper with white crayon & using white paint stamps to create the “bricks”. Blue flag shaped stickers are seen at the top of the castle and yellow stickers adorn the white paint stamps. The message at the bottom of the picture on a white piece…

23rd December 2022- Christmas lights

Large inflatable Santa and white fairy lights can be seen outside front of home.

Changes to The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations out by 11th May 2022