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The Parish Council has a vacancy which will be filled by Co-option at
the next meeting of the Parish Council which is being held on :
Monday 25 March 2024
(Stourton & Kilmington Home Guard Club at 7.30pm)

Those interested in becoming a Parish Councillor should email
( for an application form


or download it from our website.CO-OPTION APPLICATION FORM

Application forms should be submitted to the Clerk by the close of business on Wednesday 20 March.

Parish Councillors work together to serve the community and to help the
Council to make decisions on behalf of the local community.
Whilst Parish Councillors are often deemed to be volunteers, they are in fact
public servants. They sign an acceptance of office at their first meeting after
they are elected and they agree to abide by a Code of Conduct. They are not
paid but take on the role to serve their local community.

Kilmington Parish Council meets every other month (6 times a year). As well as
attending the meetings, councillors help with lots of other aspects in
connection with the village. Sometimes these are practical things, like
repairing a fence in the playing field, setting up the Speed Indicator Device,
clearing blocked drains so it isn’t just about attending meetings.
Training is available.

If you think you can make a difference, please consider applying to be a Parish
Councillor. If co-opted you will remain in office until the next Wiltshire Council
elections which are being held in May 2025.

Celebrating Age Wiltshire – Event at the Nadder Centre, Tisbury – Tuesday 12 December 1.30 – 3.30 pm

Celebrate Christmas with the Salisbury Big Band.

All pension age residents of Kilmington Parish are invited to attend this event at the Nadder Centre, Tisbury.

It is a free event but booking is required – please phone Karen Linaker on 01722 434697 (full details on attached notice link below)…/Salisbury-Big-Band-Christmas-Party-12-Dec-23.pdf

If you would like to attend but have no transport it might be possible to arrange this – again please contact Karen Linaker.



The Wiltshire Home Guard Living History group will be visiting the Home Guard Club on


in time to observe the two minutes silence at 11.00 am.

Free coffee, tea and cakes will be available for all members and residents of Kilmington from 10.00 am

The group will be giving a talk for around 30 minutes and there will be a display of Homeguard uniforms and memorabilia in the club house.

The bar will open from 12 noon and then it will remain open into the evening.

The Home Guard Club will be placing a Poppy Wreath at the Kilmington Memorial on Sunday 12 November at 11.00 am and all are welcome to be present for this.