Meeting Dates for 2023 are on Tuesdays every other month starting at 7.30pm in the Chaddleworth Village Hall.
This agenda is published 3-working days before the meeting.
Future meetings planned are:
• 4th July 2023 – Ordinary Meeting
• 12th September 2023 – Ordinary Meeting
• 7th November 2023 – Ordinary Meeting
• 2nd January 2024 – Ordinary Meeting
• 5th March 2024 – Ordinary Meeting
• 7th May 2024 – Annual Meeting
• 4th June 2024 – Annual Parish Meeting (APM)
Please contact the Clerk via email Chaddleworth.PC@outlook.com or phone/text on 07827 309401 as needed.
The Chaddleworth Annual Parish Meeting will be hosted on Tuesday 6th June at 8pm in Chaddleworth Village Hall
The Annual Parish Meeting, which used to be known as the Assembly, is a meeting for the electors of the Parish who have the right to attend and to speak on any matter of local interest.
All from Chaddleworth Parish are welcome to attend
Community groups are also welcome to attend, provide a talk on their group’s activities or simply to have a table to showcase their materials.
An outline Agenda for the meeting is available.
Please contact the Clerk for any more information or to confirm your group’s interest.
David Jennings, Clerk
or SMS/call 07827 309401
Chaddleworth has a defibrillator located in the red telephone box opposite The Ibex Inn.
If you come across someone who has had a cardiac arrest, its vital to call 999 and start CPR.
They will give you the code to the cabinet where you will find the defibrillator. You shouldn’t be afraid of using a defibrillator as anyone can use them in an emergency by following clear spoken instructions, you don’t need training to use one.
Any questions or technical matters concerning the defibrillator, please contact the Clerk to Chaddleworth Parish Council via firstname.lastname@example.org
Defibrillators are devices that send an electric pulse or shock to the heart to restore a normal heartbeat. They are used to prevent or correct an arrhythmia, an uneven heartbeat that is too slow or too fast. If the heart suddenly stops, defibrillators can also help it beat again. If you should find yourself in the situation where someone needs a Defibrillator, on calling 999, they will be able to tell you where the nearest Defibrillator is located and provide the cabinet code to take the Defibrillator to the patient. The Defibrillator will then instruct you on what to do while waiting for an ambulance. This could save someone’s life!
Local defibrillators, including in Chaddleworth, are registered with the National Defibrillator Network via ‘The Circuit‘ which, in turn, provides the NHS ambulance services with vital information about defibrillators across the UK.
The parish of Chaddleworth lies below the southern slopes of the Berkshire Downs, just east of the A338 road, which runs between Hungerford and Wantage to form the western parish boundary. The south-east corner of the village is called Nodmore and the hamlet of Southend sits only a mile to the north-east. In the north of the parish is Woolley and in the south is Poughley, both barely hamlets now. Woolley Down rises above the former. The parish mostly consists of farmland, with some scattered woodland such as Nine Acre Wood, Spray Wood, Down Copse, Rooksnest Copse and Bassdown Copse. The West Berkshire Golf Course, on Buckham Hill, and the northern edge of RAF Welford are in Poughley.