• The Three Horseshoes Chapmanslade

WELCOME to our village website. Created by voluntary help, this site aims to help people living in and around our village get involved with community activities and keep in-touch with what’s happening. Please look around the website and contribute where you can. There are more things going on than you may realise.

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ABOUT OUR VILLAGE.  Chapmanslade is a vibrant and friendly Wiltshire village populated with some 675 happy souls. Situated in wonderful countryside on the border with Somerset, the Village stretches both sides along the road between Westbury and Frome, some 3 miles from Warminster. Chapmanslade enjoys it's own Pub, Church, School, Pre-schools, Village Hall, Recreation Ground, Children’s Playground, together with many local clubs, societies, activites and small businesses. There are numerous footpaths with walks through the countryside to our sister village Corsley, to the imposing Cley Hill and to the Longleat estate, not forgetting walks through our very own Black Dog Wood.


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News

Recently published on the website

  • New on-line calendar for Chapmanslade Village Hall. You can now check-out what's going on in the Village Hall or see whether it's available when you need it. Click here (Village Hall Bookings) to take a look.
  • Interested in FRACKING and what it could mean for the village? Want to know more? See our recently added FRACKING page under Community & Amenity or click here.
  • Our local Police Officer, PCSO Debbie Robbins, reports on recent crimes and gives us some useful advice here.
  • Wiltshire Community Foundation announces new grants programmes and additional rounds of funding for local community groups. Click here for information.

Parish Council News

Read about the Election of councillors, Fracking, Planning applications, The Village Plan, lots more - and even bluebells in Blackdog wood in Phil Jefferson's May 2016 PC newsletter.

 

Website seeks reporter

Journalist Vacancy

Chapmanslade Village Website is desperately seeking a volunteer reporter. We need more news stories to fill these pages and to keep us all informed. The ideal candidate is probably you!!

We want someone who is regularly around the village and happy ask a few questions and take a few snaps on a camera phone. The stories may very well not be earth shattering but they are about where we live and they are happening now. 

If you would like to help or you have a story or pictures that we could use, contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Oil Industry Legend goes round the clock

Chapmanslade resident David Terret has chalked up a massive 50 years working in the oil supply industry. Click here to see pictures and full story

New Footpath correspondent joins team

We are delighted to welcome our new footpaths correspondent onto the Chapmanslade Website team. Betty R. is often to be seen strutting around the paths of the parish and has added a fantastic guide with pictures for a 4 mile walk.

Events & Activities

Community Coffee Morning - 19 May

Do come along to the next Church & Community Coffee Morning at the Three Horseshoes Chapmanslade on Thursday 19 May, from 10.00 - noon. Meet lots of friends, old and new, for a chat over a cup of Ben's freshly brewed coffee. And if you're new to the village, this is the place to come to be warmly welcomed and to say hello. Community Coffee Mornings are held the third Thursday of every month.

Cricket Match 29 May - Players Needed!

This year's Corsley v Chapmanslade annual cricket match for the Bridge Cup will be held on Sunday 29th May at Corsley Playing Field, 11.30 start with children's match. The Chapmanslade team will be captained by John Foster.
 
Calling all cricketers old or young - If you are interested in representing Chapmanslade either in the children's or adult's match, please contact Adam Oakley on 07504 192 656 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Adam says no special skills necessary although the ability to hold a pint of beer (smoothie for the kids) is a definite advantage. No willing player refused!

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Parish Council Meeting - Thursday 9th June

The next scheduled parish council meeting is due to be held on Thursday 9th June. As the school is currently unavailable in the evenings we will meet at the village hall.  Do come along to the meeting if you can, to speak or maybe just to listen.

 
Contact Phil on 832845 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Celebrating the Queen's 90th - 11 June

The Event of the Year
Celebrations for the Queen's 90th birthday are to take place in Chapmanslade village hall on Saturday 11th June starting with a Childrens party at 3pm and continuing through the afternoon and evening with teas, games , attractions, BBQ , live music, dancing and a bar.
See more at Queens 90th.