Lacock Parish Council Home Page

Welcome to the Lacock Parish Council Website

Lacock Parish Council is committed to working for the good of the whole of Lacock Parish and wants to hear your views on what we should be doing to support the local community. Please do not hesitate to contact Councillors to express your views and ideas!

Coronavirus   Covid-19

For latest advice on Coronavirus please visit the Goverment website.  Support is available for you during this pandemic.

Lacock volunteers are on hand for shopping, prescriptions, essential items or for a chat. For more information please contact us or call Lana Steward 730254 or Heather Shepherd 730040 – we are here to help.

Help is available from Wiltshire Well Being Hub wellbeinghub@wiltshire.gov.uk or phone 0300 003 4576 8am-8pm

Meals On Wheels (Age Concern UK) 01380 727767 or by email at communitymeals@ageukwiltshire.org.uk
A hot meal and dessert for £6.50

Wick Solar Farm

POST OFFICE OPENING HOURS

From Monday 30th March the village Post Office will be open:-

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday  9.00 to 13.00

Wednesday 9.00 to 12.00   

Notton A350 Survey

Survey results

‘MAKE YOURSELF HEARD’

What to do if you need urgent police help through the 999 service, but can’t speak.

A campaign has been launched to raise awareness of how to call 999 when you are too frightened to speak out loud.

Wiltshire and Swindon Community Messaging

Have you signed up to Community Messaging?

Wiltshire Police use an email alert system called Community Messaging, also known as Neighbourhood Alert, across Wiltshire and Swindon to provide real time information to subscribing residents and businesses.

This is a free service and once subscribed you can choose what sort of alert to receive and how to receive them. This way the alerts will be tailored specifically to your interests and delivered by email, text or phone.

Community Messaging allows Wiltshire Police, and carefully selected partners, to help keep communities better informed about police and crime updates affecting their local area. The messages can even be sent to individual postcodes.

It should be emphasised that Community Messaging is not a way of reporting crimes – always call 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency situation.  www.wiltsmessaging.co.uk