Salisbury District Hospital has an urgent need for volunteers, click on this link to read more! here
The Enford Village Hall has published an update on its use, click on this link to read more! here
The Enford Parish Council now has their own dedicated website at "www.enfordparishcouncil.gov.uk" and due to the EU GDPR their data will be removed from the Newsletter website.
Find their website here
or in the Links section below.
Preliminary information on the March 2021 Census, click on this link to read more! here
Latest Update on the Royal Artillery Museum Proposal, click on this link to read more! here
Wiltshire Council has set up a dedicated hub to support the most vulnerable residents during the ongoing COVID-19 situation, click on these links to read more! here
Film nights, clubs, classes and private events at the Village Hall have been cancelled until such time as restrictions are lifted.
Click on this link to read more! here
Information from Wiltshire Council on the Coronavirus, click on this link to read more! here
Neighbourhood Watch Launches New Web Site!
Our new website is up and running and you can access it at www.wiltshirenhw.org. Follow the Neighbourhood Watch link in Committees & Clubs.
The latest Village Hall Annual and AGM Meeting Minutes are available. -
Follow the links in Parish Archive/Documents.
Victim Support - Have you been affected by crime?
See the Poster here
Enford Church -
Find the PCC minutes and other church information here
Enford Emergency Plan -
Read the Flood and Snow Emergency Plan for Enford here
Read instructions for using the village defibrillator here
The Hub -
Treat yourself to a cuppa, a delicious slice of cake and a cosy fireside chat with your neighbours at 'The Hub'. Open at The Swan, every Thurday from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Village Hall Online Booking -
Provisional bookings for hire of Enford Village Hall can now be done on line. To make a booking, visit the bookings diary here
Need A Lift? -
Do you need a lift to come to events or clubs in the Village Hall? If you don't have transport or are worried about coming on your own, please call 01980 670501 or 01980 670345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will try and arrange for someone to pick you up and take you home.