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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacon Trail

Join Sir Barnaby Beacon and his seven friends as they go on an adventure for the Jubilee, and guide you through the Queen’s 70-year reign at the same time. Simply scan the QR codes in the seven locations in the town centre to collect digital stamps and choose what happens in the story, plus the characters come to life in augmented reality. Go to to get started on this FREE family activity.


Find the Queen’s Corgis!

Thanks to the talented knitting members of Pickwick WI, there are corgis hiding in the windows of shops and businesses in the town centre from 21 May-5 June. Can you find them all? You can download an entry form or pick up a copy from the Town Hall and other locations in town. It’s FREE to take part and there’s a special Jubilee prize for the winner.


Taste of Corsham – 18 June

It’s back! Taste of Corsham, our celebration of local and regional food and drink, returns on Saturday 18 June, 10am-4pm, in the town centre. This year’s treats include a picnic lawn at the Digital Mansion, with live music there and on the Taste Stage by Co-op; children’s sports and activities, and the return of the Taste Trail! Come and join us for day of foodie fun in the sun in Corsham. If you’re interested in taking part, or want to know more, email


Jubilee Summer Fete – 9 July

Plans are underway for our first Summer Fete since 2018. There’ll be community stalls, food and drink (including the bar run by Kettlesmith’s), fun and games, fairground rides, live music, the traditional dog show run by Guide Dogs, Jubilee-themed activities and, fingers crossed,  a very special flypast. It’s all happening on Saturday 9 July, 12-4pm, at Springfield Rec. To take part or for more information, email  


Statement on Ukraine

Corsham Town Council supports the people of Ukraine and strongly condemns the attacks and violations of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. We express our full support and solidarity to the Ukrainian people and our peers in local government.

We know Corsham's caring community has been moved beyond words by the heart-breaking plight of Ukraine and its people and want to help. Wiltshire Council has produced a comprehensive list of charities collecting for Ukraine. If you can, giving money to established charities seems to be the best way to support as it can be spent locally, and for specific items, in Ukraine itself, as well as Poland, Hungary and other bordering countries taking in the Ukrainian people. A list of the major charities taking donations, including the Ukraine Disaster Emergency Committee Crisis Fund (DEC), can be found on Wiltshire Council’s website.


Town Council Co-Options for Councillor Vacancies

Corsham Town Council has a vacancy for a Town Councillor in Corsham Neston Ward, which will be filled by co-option. This is an interesting and valuable role and an opportunity to be involved in making decisions about what happens in the town. Details of the vacancy can be found at the links below:

Co Option Poster

Co Option Guidance for Applicants

Co Option Application Form


Potley Community Art Project

Expressions of interest are invited from artists experienced in community engagement, co-creation and socially engaged practice, for a commission at Potley, Corsham. Corsham Town Council plans over the next two years for an individual or company to collaborate with the community to produce a piece, or pieces, of public art.

Read the brief


Funding Bid Approved

We are delighted that Wiltshire Council’s bid to the Department for Transport for funding to develop a feasibility study for a new station at Corsham has been approved.

A Strategic Outline Business Case will now be produced. This will be the first stage of the Department for Transport’s business case process and will set out in more detail the proposed project and the case for building a new station. It will also explain how the plans would fit strategically into local priorities and wider government transport ambitions.

Corsham Town Council Chairman Steve Abbott said “This is a really positive step forward. A new railway station would bring many benefits to the town and this funding should bring us closer to realising that aim.”

Corsham Town Council will continue to support Wiltshire Council and other local stakeholders as the project progresses.


Two Hours FREE Parking

The Town Council is funding the TWO HOURS FREE parking scheme, which will run until at least March 2023, to help our local businesses. You do still need to get a ticket, though.


Corsham and coronavirus - latest information

For the most up-to-date Town Council and community information, please visit our Covid-19 page.