2016 winner of the Best Kept Village
(large category) in Wiltshire.
Organised by the CPRE with sponsors of Hills Waste
Local Parish Events
Annual Parish Footpath Walk
Annual Parish Footpath Walk plus hunt for nuts and berries. Learn which are edible and which are poisonous. Sunday 6th September. Start anytime between 1.30pm and 4.30pm from Glebe Hall car park.
Map of village footpaths provided plus a questionnaire to report on condition of footpaths. Children and dogs very welcome.
CPRE Best Kept Large Village in Wiltshire
Following the recent success of the Winterbournes winning the Best Kept large village in Wiltshire, Winterbourne Parish Council held the official celebrations on Sunday 25th September 2016.
in conjunction with the organiser CPRE & sponsors Hills Waste, the event was held at Winterbourne Dauntsey where a BKV large village standard was unveiled.
The presentations and certificates were presented at St Michael and All Angels Church, Winterbourne Earls and then followed by afternoon tea.
This important and proud day for the village was enjoyed by one and all.
Unveiling of Standard & Shield undertaken by Mrs Sarah Troughton President Wiltshire Branch CPRE and Lord-Lieutenant for Wiltshire and pictured with Cllr and Chairman Mr David Baker.
Cake made by Parishioner Joanne Sankey of "House of Sankey" cakes, with special thanks to her.
From left to right: Mr Mike Manson, Deputy Secretary, Campaign for Rural England, Wiltshire Branch, High Sherriff of Wiltshire, Dr David Hempleman-Adams , Mr Mike Hill, Chief Executive, The Hills Group (competition sponsors), Cllr and Vice Chairman of Winterbourne Parish Council Mrs Maureen Atkinson, Cllr and Chairman of Winterbourne Parish Council Mr David Baker, Mrs Sarah Troughton President Wiltshire Branch CPRE and Lord-Lieutenant for Wiltshire
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