Why not get involved in community activities?

Footpath Volunteers

A designated ‘Alderbury Countryside Circular Walk’ is available to enjoy. It was developed and is still supported by Wiltshire and Alderbury Parish Councils, Longford Estate and the Ramblers Association. It links to the South Wiltshire Footpath Network that includes other local circular walks from West Grimstead, Pitton, Firsdown and Downton. Local footpath maintenance volunteers operate weekly in the key months when areas get overgrown. New volunteers are welcome   Find out more >>>  

Wildlife Champions

Alderbury Parish Council has pledged to become a Wildlife Friendly Village.  We will be working alongside Wiltshire Wildlife Trust to develop a wide range of projects to enhance and preserve our unique habitats.  We would love to hear from anyone interested in getting involved in this project.  If you can spare a few hours a month to help enhance our wonderful environment, please get in touch.  We now have a dedicated page for this initiative.  Find out more  >>>

Winter Weather Volunteers

Alderbury Parish Council works along side a dedicated team of volunteers to clear snow and ice from pavements and junctions around the village.  Volunteers use their own shovels but the Council provides Hi-Viz tabards, grit spreaders and keeps an eye on the grit bins to make sure they are all topped up.  We are always on the look out for more volunteers.  Why not join our merry band?  Find out more >>>

Speedwatch Volunteers

Alderbury Parish Council works with the Community Speedwatch Volunteers to monitor vehicle speeds through the village. All information recorded is passed to the police. Community Speed Watch only takes place where there is an identified speeding issue in a 20mph, 30mph or 40mph speed limit areas. All volunteers are trained by Traffic Management Policing Officers.  Find out more >>>


Litter Pickers

There are a dedicated bunch of litter pickers who go out and about wombling in the village, picking up the litter left behind by others.  It keeps the village looking its best, somewhere we can all be proud of.  It is also important because every year we enter the Best Kept Village Competition run by the Campaign for Rural England - we have won the top prize in the past.  We are always on the look out for new volunteers.  Its fun, sociable and healthy and we don't go out that often, so why not get in touch?  Find out more >>>


Garden Volunteers

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