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Welcome to Westbury Town Council

Working for a better Westbury

Westbury is in Wiltshire, one of the south-western counties of England, and is bounded by Gloucestershire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset. The town of Westbury is a small town that lies not far from its famous White Horse hill-carving at the western extremity of Salisbury Plain.

Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2018-2019

For more information and to see the report Click Here

Notice of Vacancy – In Office of Councillor
Westbury (Westbury North Ward) / Parish of Westbury (Westbury North Ward)

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Westbury Town Council
Westbury Town Council
We are making improvements to your Play Areas and while we undertake repairs and maintenance,

Timor Play Area is temporarily closed on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th September 2019

Penleigh Play Area is temporarily closed on Wednesday 25th, Thursday 26th and Friday 27th September 2019

This is weather dependent and we will share updates on Facebook and our website:
Westbury Town Council
Westbury Town Council
Traffic Issues – Edward Street/High Street

We are aware of traffic travelling in the wrong direction, using the High Street as a route to exit Edward Street.

We have been assured by the traffic management company that West End is accessible from the Edward Street junction (Trowbridge direction only). The positioning of barriers around some of the gully/drainage grids that have been removed may be giving the impression that the whole junction is inaccessible however this is not the case.

All traffic exiting Maristow Street and Edward Street should do so via West End and a representative of the traffic management company has been positioned at this location to advise motorists.

We will continue to monitor this.
Westbury Town Council
Westbury Town Council
A350 Westbury Resurfacing Works and Road Closure

Westbury Town Council have asked for additional signage at several locations to raise awareness that the High Street is still accessible and open for business during the road works.

We are also aware of traffic driving the wrong way along the High Street and other one-way roads in the area. We have been in contact with the Contractor, who is arranging for additional signage. We have also been in contact with the Police and the ongoing situation is being monitored.

We have just been informed by the Contractor that the phase of work has moved beyond the junction of the A350 and Edward Street. Traffic can now exit Edward Street in the direction of Trowbridge only, during this phase of work.

Visit our website for full details and where you will also find a link to the Wiltshire Council dedicated website page where they will be providing regular updates:

Updated 19.09.19
Westbury Town Council
Westbury Town Council
A350 Westbury Resurfacing Works and Road Closure

The bus diversion arrangements from 21st September 2019 are now available on our website.

Visit our website for full details and where you will also find a link to the Wiltshire Council dedicated website page where they will be providing regular updates:
Westbury Town Council
Westbury Town Council
Don’t MISS the LAST Inflatable Fun Dayz this Weekend !

A GREAT day out for just £5 at Grassacres Park. The sun will be out; bring a picnic and tire the children out!

Saturday (14th) & Sunday (15th), 11am to 4pm.

Upcoming Events

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Sep 21 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Westbury Library
Red River Girl  is the true story of the death of a fifteen-year old indigenous girl in Canada and the hunt for her killer. In the summer of 2014, Tina Fontaine was found weighted down in the Red River in the prairie city of Winnipeg.  Her death shocked the nation and sparked one of the most elaborate and unusual detective investigations ever undertaken by the Canadian police. Locally-based, award-winning journalist Joanna Jolly has worked closely with detectives, the alleged perpetrator and the indigenous community in Canada to unravel this compelling and gripping mystery. Tickets are £4 only available from the library[...]
Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm All Saints Church
If you love gospel choirs, then you are in for a real treat! Westbury Festival opens its festival fortnight with an exciting evening of music from Bristol-based Renewal Gospel Choir. With its usual high energy gospel music, the choir delivers a dynamic repertoire of songs and this promises to be an exhilarating and unforgettable night. Don’t delay, tickets will go fast!     Book your tickets here:
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Bach to the Beatles The Cantacordi Trio features Mike Bardsley on piano, Sue Collins on violin and Lyndsay Winpenny on cello. Their name – a variation of “The Singing Strings” reflects their origins as a trio: they met up and started playing together largely through their membership of the Wychwood Chorale, a West Oxfordshire based choir. Mike is a pianist and harpsichordist who studied at Dartington College of Arts and has played in many ensembles over the years as well as giving solo harpsichord recitals, most recently at the Bate Collection and Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, as well as in Westbury[...]

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  • Westbury Town Council
    The Laverton
    Bratton Road
    Wiltshire BA13 3EN

  • 01373 822232
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

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