Article for March Messenger

Be Extraordinary – become a Pewsey Parish Councillor!

You may just be the person your community needs.  Someone who can represent the views of local people, bringing fresh ideas about local services, influence decision making and helping to keep our community the special place that it is to live, work and play.

Did you know that Pewsey Parish Council has the largest number of councillors in Wiltshire? With 21 seats, a wide-ranging spectrum of people of all ages and backgrounds from across the community can get involved with this extremely rewarding role.  Here’s just a few things that your Parish Council is directly involved with:-

  • Allotments
  • Cemetery management
  • Play areas
  • Open spaces
  • Public toilets
  • Sports Clubs
  • Car parking
  • Planning
  • Local transport
  • Youth projects
  • Financial management
  • Climate change
  • Local health

If you feel you can give something back to the community with your skills, knowledge and experience then this is the role for you!

For further information go to or contact the Clerk on 01672 562014.

Ordinary people doing an Extraordinary job!

We would like to remind you that you can report any Highways, street scene, or rights of way issues on the MyWiltshireApp.


The public can attend any Full Council Zoom meetings  to raise any issues of importance. They are held on every 2nd Tuesday from 7.00pm.  Agendas, minutes, and dates of meetings can be found on our website. 

The Parish Office remains closed to the public until Covid restrictions are lifted but we are very much looking forward to seeing you all when these restrictions are lifted

All enquiries to the Parish Clerk, Parish Office, Bouverie Hall, Goddard Road, Pewsey. SN9 5EQ.  Tel: 01672 562014.  Email:

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