Welcome to all Residents & Visitors of Alderbury & Whaddon.
Village Hall Project
The tenders for the extension and refurbishment of the Village Hall have now been received. The most cost-effective way forward is to complete all phases of the project as one contract and to enable this to happen a loan facility will be needed. Therefore, at the Parish Council meeting on the 6 May it was resolved to seek the approval of the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to apply for a Public Works loan of £90,000 over the borrowing term of 20 years for the Village Hall Project. The annual loan repayments will come to around £5,634. It is not intended to increase the Parish Council tax precept for the purpose of the loan repayments and the loan will only be drawn down as and when needed.
Parish Clerk, Alderbury Parish Council
PO BOX 2366, Salisbury, SP2 2NY
About our Village
Alderbury & Whaddon benefit from schools, a Village hall and social club, two rural pubs, a police station, a church, a post office and a village store. There is a working village forge, which continues to this day, although others nearby have gone.
Alderbury & Whaddon are two small adjacent villages lying on a hill in beautiful unspoilt countryside three miles to the south-east of Salisbury, in the southern tip of Wiltshire. With a population of about 2,000, this quiet rural backwater belies a thriving and long-standing community with a strong sense of identity. There are a number of footpaths around our villages, please click here to download a map of the local designated footpaths.
What's On in Alderbury
Alderbury Parish Council
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Alderbury Council is holding its meetings using video conferencing. Members of the public can access the meeting as described on the agenda.
Wednesday 13th May- Annual Meeting of the Parish- CANCELLED
Tuesday 26th May 7.30pm- to be held using Video Conferencing
Thursday 4th June 7.30pm- to be held using Video Conferencing
Agendas & Minutes can be found under"Parish Council" on this website