Welcome to our community website

Welcome to our community website which covers activities within the Parish of Clyffe Pypard (The Barton, Bupton, Bushton and Clyffe Pypard) as well as Thickthorn and Preston and other neighbouring villages. We hope to make this your 'one-stop-shop' for news and information on local amenities, community activities and forthcoming events. We rely on the cooperation of all residents to make this a great place to live. Similarly we will need your help to keep this site up to date and a useful source of local information. You can do this by reading the Community Newsletter and coming back to this site to see how you can get involved and contribute to its future content.


How to find your way around the site:

Click on the subject tabs on the left-hand side of the screen or to view the drop-down list, click on the subject tab for more sub-headings. If you are new to the site and want to review all subject headings, please click on the 'site map' on the bottom left-hand side of the home page. Please be aware that terms and conditions of use apply to this website. To read more about these terms please click here

Picture reproduced by kind permission © Ed Rudler 'Bushton Fields - looking towards St Peter's Church, Clyffe Pypard'

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 New domestic abuse out of hours helpline
Victims of domestic abuse or those worried that someone may be suffering in silence can now access an out of hours helpline.
This joint initiative with Swindon domestic abuse support service will ensure people can get access to help and support at any time of day or night. 
The helpline number is (01793) 610610


What is coronavirus?

Coronavirus causes a new illness (COVID-19) that can affect your lungs and airways.

Coronavirus symptoms in most people will be mild – a bit like cold or flu. They include:

  • a cough
  • a high temperature
  • difficulty with breathing (shortness of breath).

A few people will get worse symptoms and need medical attention. People aged over 70 and anyone living with a long-term health condition or weak immune system is more likely to get worse symptoms.


How is coronavirus spread?

Coronavirus probably spreads in cough droplets. Because it’s a new illness, we’re still learning more about it. 

To help prevent it spreading, everyone should follow this advice:

  • Wash hands often for at least 20 seconds – use soap and water or a hand sanitiser
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue. If you don’t have a tissue use your elbow, not your hands
  • Put used tissues in the bin quickly
  • Avoid close contact with anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus
  • Only travel on public transport if you need to
  • Work from home, if you can
  • Avoid social activities - going to pubs, restaurants, theatres and cinemas
  • Avoid events with large groups of people
  • Use phone, online services, or apps to contact your GP surgery or other NHS services.

Don’t touch your face unless your hands are clean. And don’t have visitors to your home, including friends and family.


If you are self isolating and have no family or friends nearby to support you please get in touch with Peter Gantlett (the Parish Chairman) who may be able to help on 07713114342


Wiltshire Council has produced a community toolkit containing useful information and links to key resources follow….      http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/public-health-coronavirus


The Chief Medical Officer has provided new information on self-isolation  March 16th 


 You can follow the official link Public Health England…



These Web Sites will be Regularly Updated


Hopefully some events will resume when the Coronavirus pandemic is over 

In the meantime I would encourage you to read about the interesting history of the village and church which you will find on these pages

The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust


During the current lockdown we would like to notify you of the services still available through The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust to those over 60 or 18+ with a registered disability.

Our team of Home Security Operators are still securing the homes of victims of house crime and domestic abuse.  Our office team are on hand to give telephone support and advice on a range of home security issues.  Please call 01380 861155 and leave a message, your call will be returned within a few hours during working hours.  Our operators are also delivering Personal Protective Equipment for Wiltshire Police across the County.

Our team of Stay Safe Online volunteers are available to offer telephone advice on a range of issues from improving cyber security awareness, to cyber and scam prevention advice and signposting to future advice and resources. 


Please call and leave a message on 01380 861191 and someone will get back you shortly.









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