Welcome to the Lacock Parish Council Website
Wiltshire Link Schemes are voluntary groups which offer a transport and good neighbour service to local people who are in need, perhaps because they are elderly, disabled, isolated and lonely, single parents, or temporarily in need because of illness.
Due to Covid-19, local Link Schemes are experiencing a shortage of volunteers who are unable to drive due to age and/or vulnerability.
They desperately need more volunteers to support those in need of transport to and from their Covid-19 vaccination appointments. Volunteering your time could make a huge difference in supporting the national Covid-19 vaccine effort.
If you are able to help, please get in touch to find out more.
Telephone: 01380 722 241 or;
POST OFFICE OPENING HOURS
The village Post Office is open:-
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9.00 to 13.00
Wednesday 9.00 to 12.00
LACOCK SPRING CLEAN 2021
The Keep Britain Tidy Campaign are organising the Annual Spring Clean in a different way this year.
Can you help keep our village clean and sign up to their campaign?
Information can be found at www.keepbritaintidy.org and you could become a Lacock Litter Hero.
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.
Village Store Open
The village store is open
Please use the store – it’s an essential local resource.
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