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Tuesday, 30 July 2013 00:00

September 21st  2013

A final chance to save Dauntsey Lock’s pub at canal -  Gazette & Herald Report

See Saturday's Article

 

July 30th 2013

Public meeting  about the future  of the Peterborough Arms Public House at Dauntsey LockDaunstey Arms_Poster

The Wilts & Berks Canal Trust   would like to hear local views on the future of the Peterborough Arms
Public House.

Dauntsey Parish  Council has included this  item to  follow their normal meeting on Monday 5th August 
at 7.30pm in the hall of Brinkworth Earl Danby's CE Primary School The Green, Dauntsey, SN15 4HY
Please come along to  make your views known or if you  cannot  be there please  email your ideas to    

 

Contact Chris Coyle                    

 

June 29th 2013

IMG 2004Peterborough Arms listed as an Asset of Community Value

Great news!  The Trust has just been told that our application to list the Peterborough Arms
at Dauntsey Lock as an Asset of Community Value has been granted!  The pub was recently
closed by the owners Wadworth Brewery, who have applied for permission for a change of
use from licensed premises to private dwelling.  The Trust believes that the pub, one of only
two remaining canal-side pubs, can have a future as the focus of the canal in the area, as
well as being a focus for the community.

 

We now have a window of a few months to consider our next steps which could include
making an offer to buy the pub, and making something of it.  The Council of Management will be working on our plans,
in partnership with others who see the value of the pub as a social centre.

But the whole Trust and community will have to get behind the effort if we are to make a success of it. 
Contact us with your thoughts, suggestions, and offers of help.

Contact Chris Coyle

May 24th 2013

The Trust is seeking help to save the Peterborough Arms at Dauntsey Lock .

Wiltshire Council has just received a planning application to convert the Peterborough Arms Public House to a
private dwelling.
The Trust believes that this building should remain as a Public House as it will be one of the key attraction
alongside the restored canal. The Trust is currently applying for the building to become an asset of community value
It would help if there was a large response to the current planning application objecting to the change of use.
You can do this on line at at
  1. 13/01191 to  search for the application