Cllr Jon Hubbard

Wiltshire Councillor for Melksham South

Serving the community across Melksham

Cllr Jon Hubbard

Wiltshire and Town Councillor for Melksham South

Working hard across the Melksham Community

Melksham Town Council have announced their budget plans for the next year, and it sees more exciting investment in improving services in the town. Plans include the new Splash Pad in the park together with a new fit trail and accessible pathways, whilst the rest of the town will continue to benefit from improved grass cutting, a commitment to protect play areas and more street cleaning.

The council’s budget also continues to support the redevelopment and improvement works for the popular Assembly Hall, protects children’s play areas across the town and increases grant funding for community groups and voluntary organisations.


Local councillor Jon Hubbard commented, “I was shocked when the Conservative and Independent councillors proposed cutting the funding for the Assembly Hall. This facilitity is so popular in the town and provides so much for our community.
“This year we have seen more services from Wiltshire Council being reduced or cut, and the Town Council is stepping in to make sure these important jobs are still delivered.”

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