Jon Hubbard

Liberal Democrat Wiltshire Councillor for Melksham South and Town Councillor for Melksham Spa Learn more

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Parking Prioritised

by Jon Hubbard on 23 April, 2009

I’m delighted to report that following my request at this evening’s Neighbourhood Policing meeting in Melksham, the police are going to prioritise managing the parking in the area around the Manor School. Parking is a real issue in this area and it is vital that routes are kept open throughout the day allowing access for […]

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Supporting the Trans-Wiltshire Rail Campaign

by Jon Hubbard on 22 March, 2009

I’ve just signed the pledge! That’s the pledge to support the Trans-Wiltshire Rail Campaign, looking to introduce a  viable rail service across Wiltshire. For full details on the proposed service, and how it would service Melksham can be found here and you can sign and support the pledge here.

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Reprieve for 237 Bus Route

by Jon Hubbard on 17 March, 2009

Some people may have heard that First Bus are planning to withdraw the 237 bus route running between Melksham and Trowbridge via Broughton Gifford and Holt. The service is due to cease on 10th May. This vital local bus link would have been a massive loss to the town and surrounding communities and I’m delighted […]

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Melksham Councillor Jon Hubbard has slammed the County Council for their plans to close Bank Street yet again, this time in the all important run up to Christmas. The Council intend to close Bank Street from Monday 6th October for up to 10 weeks, despite not even complying with their own rules for road closures. […]

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Bank Street to close in October for Road Works

by Jon Hubbard on 12 September, 2008

Melksham Town Centre is to face more disruption when Bank Street is closed in October for more road works. The works, set to commence on Monday 6th October, will require a full closure of the road to enable lifting equipment to be used. Pedestrian access will be maintained for shops on the eastern side. Busses will […]

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