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Location in UK Chilton Foliat is an ancient settlement, going back to Saxon times, and beyond.  It is a small village with a current population of just over 300 adults. And it's beautiful, with many ancient houses. You could say it's a typical English country village.

The village nestles in the undulating landscape of the Marlborough Downs, lying alongside the River Kennet, a very beautiful and clean chalkland river, much loved by fishermen.

This web site has been created by villagers, for the villagers, and aims to provide visitors and locals alike with information about the village. Any comments on how we can improve the site are always welcome.


Road works on Stag Hill next week

There will be no roadworks on Stag Hill next week.
However, there will be road resufacing between 19th and 21st November on the unclassified road at Crooked Soley North past Thrup Farm to junction with C6 near County Boundary.
See also http://streetworks.wiltshire.gov.uk/map.aspx (N.B. select date in bottom right corner)


Chilton Foliat Village Hall Management Committee AGM

This will be held in the Village Hall on Tuesday 20th November at 7pm.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.


Sunday Roasts at The Wheatsheaf

We all love roasts...we love knowing that a beautiful joint of meat is slowly cooking in the oven, potatoes in the same tray, whilst we go for a good walk. When someone else is cooking for you, it is a truly special meal...

The Pub use Nesbitts Farm for their pedigree organic Beef... it has the best flavour and it's only 5 miles from us! For larger groups, The Wheatsheaf's private dining room can seat up to 14 people with an intimate atmosphere.

They promise no waste, no microwave vegetables, no Bisto granules, no mediocrity... everything is homemade and cooked just how "it used to be".

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Forthcoming events

Tuesday 20th Nov 2018

Rubbish Collection

Black wheelie bin

and Green wheelie bin


Tuesday 20th Nov 2018

Village Hall AGM

7pm

Village Hall


Tuesday 27th Nov 2018

Rubbish Collection

Black box

and Blue wheelie bin


Monday 3rd Dec 2018

WI Carol Concert

7.00 pm

St Mary's Church


Tuesday 4th Dec 2018

Rubbish Collection

Black wheelie bin

and Green wheelie bin


Thursday 6th Dec 2018

WI Christmas Dinner

7.00 pm

Village Hall


Further details