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Welcome to the Pewsey Community Area Partnership (PCAP) website.

Important links to local and regional coronavirus information:

Pewsey Community Coronavirus Assistance  to register for help or to register to volunteer to help

C19 Vale of Pewsey Support Network to get key contact information across all the parishes and villages in the Pewsey Community Area

Wiltshire Council Coronavirus Page


WhatsApp Group for the Farming Community

Together with the North Wessex Downs AONB, we have set up a WhatsApp Group for the farming community to enable quick and easy communication between farmers if they  are in difficulty or need support from others.
These are the instructions on how to join the group.


 

Urgent Appeal for Farm Workers

 

 

Click on the image to go straight to the website where you can register.

 

 

 

 


Due to the coronavirus outbreak, PCAP has had to cancel the following events:
Movement & Music Together – now running online via Zoom on Friday mornings – for more information call Sylvie Clayden on 07770 417 013
April Memory Cafe
May Memory Cafe

June Memory Cafe

July Memory Cafe

August Memory Cafe

PCAP meeting in April

We hope to be up and running again once things are back to normal and will follow public health advice.


PCAP supports and helps organisations and Parish Councils in the Pewsey Community Area.  Working with local groups, Parish Councils, businesses and Wiltshire Council, through the Pewsey Area Board,  PCAP strives to resolve issues and make changes for the better.

PCAP meets quarterly and it is a public meeting where Parish Councils, Wiltshire Council and other interested organisations are invited to take part.  Projects and other actions are generated by the meeting and are monitored through the PCAP plan and through a quarterly Parish Council Issues Report.

PCAP has a committee covering:

  • Management Group
  • Countryside & Environment
  • Education & Lifelong Learning
  • Housing & Local Development
  • Transport & Highways
  • Crime & Community Safety
  • Culture, Heritage & Leisure
  • Economy
  • Health & Social Care

You can find out more about PCAP here.

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