Mildenhall in Wiltshire - The Minal Community Website

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  • Minal Playpark Re-opening

    The Minal Playpark will re-open on Tuesday 14th July.  We have been working through the Government Covid 19 guidelines so you will notice some changes.  To use the playpark please

    1.  Use hand sanitiser or wipes

    2.  Maintain social distancing - there are limits on some of the equipment

    3.  Please be patient and take turns on the equipment

    4.  No food to be consumed in the playpark and please put litter in the bin

    We will be having the plapark sanitised daily.  This is an extra cost for us which the people of our Parish are bearing.  Our plans are that the playpark will be open for the summer and we will review the costs in early September Parish Clerk on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01672 512847.  We are know that many of you travel from other areas to use our award winning playpark so if you would like to contribute towards the cost of keeping the playpark open please contact the Clerk Sue Hine This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01672 512847

     

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Mildenhall, Wiltshire - Our Community Website

Our ancient village of Mildenhall is located in the Kennet valley, two miles east of the beautiful market town of Marlborough.   We villagers, and everyone who knows the village, call it Minal; so be aware when asking directions!  We are a population of around 450 and our village is easily found on the east-west road that links Marlborough with Ramsbury.

Mildenhall is served by the much acclaimed Norman church of St John the Baptist, which was highly praised by the poet Sir John Betjeman, a village pub - the Horseshoe Inn - as well as a well equipped village hall which is used by many local interest groups. We also have a sports field with a pavillion, a camping site, a children’s nursery as well as an exciting children’s playground. But like most villages in lockdown, all our amenities and activities are currently suspended until this dreadful virus finally leaves us to enjoy our comunity life again.

Explore our website, which serves the community and also promotes the activities of both our church of St John the Baptist and the Mildenhall Parish Council, and you’ll see why we are so proud of our village and its history.

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