Mayflower Cottage, Swindon Road, Hilmarton SN11 8SD
Mobile: 07545 322101
I moved to the village in 2018 with my husband after falling in love with it in the pouring rain, and never looked back! Since then we’ve explored every public right of way and can’t think of anything better than being outside enjoying the charm that the village and neighbouring areas have. It’s this that inspired me to get involved, meet the local community and hopefully play an important role on sharing our love for the place we all choose to live in. By day I’m an optician and customer services manager for a national domiciliary company after realising I wanted to help support people when volunteering in a nursing home as a teenager. One thing led to another as they usually do and that’s where I find myself now. I’m passionate about the countryside, sustainability, health and well-being and hope I can promote and support ideas to continue ensuring we have a fantastic place to live in and share with one another.
Phone: 01249 760401
Mobile: 07850 567068
I have lived in the Parish all my life apart from 4 years when I lived in Tetbury.
As a very active member of the community I like to feel I am putting something back into the place I love. As well as Clerk to the Parish Council I am Clerk to the Poynder Almshouse Trust, I was also Clerk to Hilmarton Primary School Governors for 12 years and I am a committee member of Hilmarton Community Association and one of the editors for the Parish Newsletter. Over the years I have served on many committees including Toddler Group, Playgroup, Hilmarton School Association, Parochial Church Council, Phoenix Group, Fete Committee and the Parish Plan Steering Group.
Phone: 01249 760572
I have lived in the Parish most of my life and follow in the footsteps of other members of the Wilkins family who have lived here since 1620.
I have served on the Parish Council for nearly 30 years. I am also one of the Trustees of the Poynder Almshouses, Chairman to the Trustees of Hilmarton Community Association, a member of HAGGIS, Co-ordinator of the Hilmarton Speed Watch Group and producer of ‘Neighbourhood News from Hilmarton Parish’
The wellbeing of the whole Parish is my highest priority and I take great satisfaction being involved in community events and projects, giving a little back to the Parish that has supported my family and I most of my life”.
Phone: 01249 760401
Mobile: 07901 750564
I was born in Chippenham and moved to Compton Road with my wife Jacquie in 1988. We have a daughter who attended Hilmarton Primary School and The John Bentley School in Calne. She continued her studies at Plymouth University and then moved to Exeter University to complete a Phd.
I worked as an Area Sales Manager for Shell UK Oil and retired in March 2020. I have served on the Parish Council since May 1999 during some of that time I was Chairman. I was also a Governor at Hilmarton Primary School for 13 years. Currently I am an active member of the Parochial Church Council (PCC), Church Warden and a keen member of St Laurence Bell Ringers. I view the whole of the Parish as my family home and enjoy being involved in any worthy cause or activity that can add value to the community.
2 The Old Malt House
Phone: 01249 760112
My husband Dave and I moved to Goatacre in 1998, we were both full time employees at that time.
I have now retired and like to try to be supportive within the community when I can.
I saw the role of Parish Councillor as an opportunity to do this and I look forward to contributing to the work of the Parish Council and bringing forward any views residents may wish be discussed.
Mobile: 07900 526369
My name is Robert Fry and I have lived in the parish since 1967, the year I was born. I have been involved in agriculture all my life and I am the third generation of Frys, farming at Spillmans Farm. Myself, my three siblings and my two children have all schooled at Hilmarton Primary School.
Work takes up most of my time, especially during the spring and summer months. My passion when not working is coaching football to my son’s football team. This I have done since he was an under 6, and my aim is to continue coaching this team all the way through to adult football.
I am pleased to now be part of the parish council, where I can hopefully be involved in decisions affecting the parish and the community in the future.
Phone: 01249 760535
I have lived in Goatacre since 1992, after moving here from Yorkshire with my husband and two sons.
Over the years I have served as a committee member of Hilmarton Toddlers, Hilmarton Playgroup and also Hilmarton School Association. I was a committee member of Goatacre Sports and Social Club and also Secretary of Goatacre Village Hall for 10 years.
I currently work as a veterinary receptionist.
10 Poynder Place,
Phone: 01249 760689
I have lived in Hilmarton since 1972 and have a great affection for the village.
I served on the Parish Council from 1983 – 2000 much of that time as Chairman. I returned to the Council in 2004.
The safety and cleanliness of our community is a priority I wish to encourage for the welfare of everyone.
The Old Forge
Phone: 01249 760611
I have lived in the Parish since 1989, 3 years in Goatacre the rest in Hilmarton.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 1997 and also served as Chairman to the Governors of Hilmarton Primary School for 8 years.
I was a committee member of the Parish Plan Steering Group and also served on the committee for the Parish Festival/Fete.
Phone: 01249 760336
I live in Church road near the chapel with my wife, adult daughter and our dog ‘Basil’. My son and his fiancé moved out in 2011 and now live in Calne. My children have both attended Hilmarton and John Bentley Schools. We have lived in Hilmarton since 1995.
An active member of the community, having been involved and attended many of the projects and events held in the Parish and surrounding area. I have been an active member of the HSA, Neighbourhood First Responders; Also I am currently the Vice-Chair of the SSAFA Forces Additional Needs & Disability Forum.
I am a keen photographer, dog walker and cyclist (when time allows). When walking with ‘Basil’ we use many of the footpaths and bridleways that criss-cross our Parish, and try to keep them clear and accessible. I have served as a councillor for several years and I am proud of where we live and want to be involved in the community and maintain the charm the parish has.