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COVID-19 Reponse

The Town Council is working hard as part of the Melksham Community Hub to help and support those who are vulnerable. If you would like support or would like to put yourself foward as a volunteer please sign up by clicking here. 


We love people coming to visit our town centre, so why not park for one hour free, on us? Every time you visit?

To find out how, click here.


 

Melksham Town Council hereby gives notice of a meeting to be held by zoom as follows: 

Meeting of the HR Sub-committee - 7pm, Wednesday 12 August 

Members of the press and public are invited to contact the Town Hall by email on townhall@melksham-tc.gov.uk or by phone on 01225 704 187 for an agenda and access information.


Allotments from Melksham Town Council

The Town Council administers some 149 allotment plots spread around 8 different locations within the area. Demand for plots has grown nationwide over the last few years and Melksham is no exception to this trend.

The plots vary in size and quality. New tenants sign an agreement to maintain and cultivate their plot, paying a current annual fee of £40.00 for a full size plot and £20.00 for a half plot.

The task of maintaining a plot is not to be taken lightly, demanding time, energy and commitment. The rewards, however, are the satisfaction of growing your own fresh fruit, flowers and vegetables and meeting other fellow enthusiasts.

The allotments are located at Addison Road, Awdry Avenue, Dorset Crescent, Methuen Avenue, Milton Avenue, Portman Road, Southbrook Road, Wiltshire Crescent, there are also allotments at Berryfield and Briansfield these last two are managed by Melksham Without Parish Council.

To find out more, please contact Mel Rolph on 01225 704187 or email mel.rolph@melkshamtown.co.uk 

Allotments

 

Sample Tenancy Agreement and Rules Allotments

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