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Welcome to the Baydon Village Website

The village lies on the ancient Roman Road of Ermin Way; between Newbury in Berkshire and Swindon in Wiltshire. Rising to 760 feet above sea level, Baydon is the second highest village in Wiltshire, comprising some 300 homes, including outlying farms, with a population around 600. Nearby villages include Aldbourne, Lambourn, and Ramsbury; with the famous market town of Marlborough being nine miles to the south.

 

 


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Church in Crisis

Community Help

The Church 100 Club and a GoFundMe page are setup to aid fundraising for the church.
Please click here for more information.

Baydon Book Exchange

Book Exchange

In the Church, open
Wednesday & Sunday.
New stock has arrived, but donations are always welcome.



Baydon News Diary for the Week
commencing:-

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Next meeting:
Monday 27th September.
8 pm BYPA Village Hall
(Postponed from 13th)
Agenda Available here



Unfortunately due to the limited supplies of Fireworks and having taken advice on public safety due to Covid regulations,
Fireworks Cancelled this year 2021
the Fireworks Team have decided to cancel the village display this year. Hopefully we can get back to normal next year !!!!



Ramsbury Surgery Feeling Proud



Local - Road Closures
White Hart roundabout -
(A419 / A420)

Work is being carried out on the White Hart roundabout, Swindon (A419/A420) and it is closed for a period of 3 months from Monday Aug 16th.
Traffic can flow from A419 southbound onto the A420 towards Oxford; and from the A420 west (from Oxford) onto the A419 southbound. The main A419 over the top of the roundabout remains open.
Click here for more information.










Monday 27th September
This is NOT a Waste Collections Week

Monday New Sparklers
pre-school group at St. Michaels Church, Aldbourne.

Monday Parish Council meeting - 8pm BYPA Hall

Thursday -
Baydon Flyers gather outside the Old Red Lion 18:30

Sunday - Church is open for Private worship and online services are available from 11:30am.



Monday 4th October
This is a Waste Collections Week

Monday - New Sparklers
pre-school group at St. Michaels Church, Aldbourne.

Monday -
Kerbside collection:  Recycling

Blue Lid Bin - Cardboard, Paper, Plastics, Cans, foil, etc. and empty aerosols.
Black Recycling box - Glass bottles / jars, textiles BUT NO METALS.
Click here for details.

Tuesday -
Kerbside collection: Rubbish
                            Garden waste
Black Bin - Household waste;
Green bin - Selected Garden waste; (a subscription service), click for details.

Click here for the Wiltshire collection calendar.

Thursday -
Baydon Flyers gather outside the Old Red Lion 18:30

Sunday - Harvest Festival from 09:30am.
Online services are also available from 11:30am.




COVID-19 Response:
Autumn and Winter Plan 2021

The government has published the 'COVID-19 Response - Autumn and Winter Plan 2021' setting out plans for autumn and winter 2021/22 in England.

Adjusting or changing the restrictions does not mean that the risks from COVID-19 have disappeared.

It is important to respect and be considerate of those who may wish to take a more cautious approach as the winter months draw in.

To read the full details of the guidance,
click here




Wiltshire Council draft
Climate Strategy.

The Council is consulting on its draft Climate Strategy from 1 September for six weeks, as it aims to meet its pledge to be carbon neutral by 2030.

This consultation is your chance to help shape the future of Wiltshire on its journey to becoming a carbon neutral county and more resilient to climate impacts. We all have a responsibility to do what we can to tackle this global problem, and your support on a local level will be vital, so please do get involved!


 

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