Tuesday 16 October 2018 7pm - Full Council Committee Meeting (click here for Agenda), Planning Committee Meeting (click here for Agenda) and Community & Civic Resources Committee Meeting (click here for Agenda).
Notice of Interim External Audit Report issues 28/09/2018 (click here)
Please see below link to the printable/foldable Medieval Town Trail around our beautiful town and information on Devizes in Focus.
A parking working group made up from members of the Town Council, local businesses and heritage groups have looked at Wiltshire Council’s requirements and believe there is a middle option by providing some mixed use. We would welcome your views and would ask that you complete the attached survey form.Many thanks.Link to survey.. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SHBXK7D
Allotments available - contact Cathy on 01380 722160 for further details.
The next Councillors Roadshow will be inside the Shambles Market on Saturday 17 November 2018 between 10am and 1pm. Come along and engage with your councillors.
If you have lost something in the Town, please head to the Library on Sheep Street. They may have it or will be able to report it to the police for you.
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We have a new facebook page which we will hope you will follow. We will use it to say what we are doing and listen to what you have to say.. Click to follow
Town Events Calendar
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The Council is proud of Devizes' history and actively seeks to maintain it's civic history, a collection of historical artefacts and ceremonial duties. Devizes is twinned with Mayenne in France and Waiblingen in Germany.
The Town Council seeks to promote a healthier lifestyle by ensuring that local people have accessible facilities for leisure and recreation. Whether for sport, play or just enjoying the ambience of a quiet place, we hope our facilities contribute to the quality of life of our community.
The 'Old Section' of Devizes cemetery is Victorian, opening in approximately 1878 (the first interment was 9 October 1878). The cemetery is situated on the north side of the Kennet and Avon canal which runs through the town.
Working in partnership with the people of the town, independent organisations, groups and individuals, the Town Council supports many community activities that help make our town a good place to live, work and visit.