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The village 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.
A community response to the challenges of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Please contact one of the ‘support network contacts’ below, if you are self-isolating and need help with shopping, prescription collections, or even a chat on the telephone.
Nikkie MacNamara: 07533 591 831
Lauren Eeley: 07778 832 422
Rhianna Eeley: 07546 355 212
Becca Tomlin: 07493 049 603
If you live in Chaddleworth and would either like to volunteer or if you would like to receive this service and haven’t been contacted, please call any of the following contacts above or the Clerk. 07867 310121 or email email@example.com.
All residents are encouraged to identify potentially vulnerable neighbours. Groups vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus include the elderly, pregnant women and people with underlying respiratory or neurological medical conditions. Residents that are willing to join the support network for anyone self-isolating are asked to contact Nikkie MacNamara: 07533 591 831 or contact the clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also inform them that the Chaddleworth community is working to develop a trusted local support network and to be wary of unsolicited approaches from other unknown individuals or organisations.
Covid-19 Support Group Network “During the current coronavirus pandemic, the parish council and volunteer groups will also use personal data of vulnerable and at risk individuals which has been supplied by them, or by their relatives, to ensure that they are fully supported during the current crisis. The information held will be used for this purpose alone and will be deleted once the pandemic is at an end. Individuals contacting the parish council for assistance through this scheme will be considered to have given consent for their data to be used for this purpose.”
DID YOU KNOW CHADDLEWORTH HAVE THEIR OWN FACEBOOK PAGE
See, “CHADDLEWORTH VILLAGE“
Chaddleworth Hardship Fund
This charity was enacted in 1813 to provide fuel and ‘necessaries’ for the people of Chaddleworth Parish. This charity has now been updated to become the Chaddleworth Hardship Fund.
The Trustees of this fund (the Parish Council) would like to help the village during this unprecedented pandemic. If you find yourself in financial difficulties for the foreseeable future please apply to the Parish Clerk by email to email@example.com the Trustees will look at your application (in strictest confidence) and may award you a loan or other financial help.
We are delighted to announce Chaddleworth has a defibrillator installed in the 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. Lets hope we don’t have to use it ,but its a reassurance to know the Village has one.
Any questions or technical matters concerning the defibrillator, please contact the Parish Clerk.