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Collections are weekdays at 4pm and 9.15am on Saturdays. Deliveries are once a day around lunchtime.


For details of Nos 20 & 22 bus services to Great Bedwyn, Hungerford and Marlborough, click here.


For details of mainline train services from Great Bedwyn and Hungerford to London Paddington or Andover to London Waterloo, click below.



Week A

Black Wheelie/black lid:
plastic & cardboard recycling

Black Box:
glass, tins & papers recycling

Week B

Black Wheelie/blue lid:
household waste

Black Wheelie/green lid:
garden waste

Download the current collection calendar




Neighbourhood Watch is very much a  community affair, so everyone is involved. Please keep in contact with your local co-ordinator when you notice anything unusual happening and also when your property will be empty. Please take it on yourself to contact the Police on routine matters by dialling 101.

Ham is divided in to 6 areas, each headed by a resident co-ordinator. Steve Byatt is the head of the team.

1. Cutting Hill
Tony Griffiths 01488 668 093

2.  Village Green 1
Jacki Barnwell 01488 668 166

3.  Village Green 2
Robert Miller 01488 669 289

4. Buttermere Road

5. Spray Road 1
Steve Byatt

6. Spray Road 2
Richard Schofield 01488 668 145



Emergency number 999
Non emergency number 101


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Our local neighbourhood policing team are:

SGT Vincent Logue
PC Teresa Herbert
PCSO Melissa Camilleri


The local Parish magazine is published 10 times a year. Contact our Ham editor, Melanie Melsom, on 668389 or mel@agencyinsight.com with any items to be included.

Well winding gear at Rose Cottage. Ham was only connected to mains water and drainage in the 1970s.


Following the change of contractors from Ringway Parkman to Balfour Beatty on 1 June 2013, there is no longer the regular monthly Parish Steward service in Ham.


Villagers can either contact Donna Byatt by mail with any maintenance issues and she will funnel requests to the new Community Coordinator & Engineer for the Pewsey Area.


Or you can report defects directly to Clarence (Customer Lighting and Roads Enquiry Service) online here Please let Jacki know that you have done this to avoid any duplication.


The wooden bench on Ham Village Green was installed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of VE Day and was installed after the Ham Village Fete in 1995.


Ham has a Community Public Access Defibrillator, which is housed in a yellow cabinet on the outside wall of the Crown and Anchor village pub.

In the event of a defibrillator being needed, the ambulance service will tell the caller to send someone to collect the defibrillator (and they will give the code to access the cabinet). Training is not required to use the defibrillator but any villager who would like to have a practice (on a manikin!) should contact Richard Schofield on 01488 669 229.

For further information click here.


Wiltshire Council has a very useful booklet full of help for carers. Click here.

Carer Support Wiltshire is a charity that supports carers in Wiltshire. Click here









The Trust  provide a Courtesy Home Security Service for older, vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Swindon and Wiltshire, who have become, or are at risk of becoming victims of house crime or domestic abuse.


Our Operators drive Police marked vehicles and dress as Police Support staff, their salaries, the security equipment we use and their vehicles are all funded by the Trust.


Once we have been contacted, an appointment is made by the Bobby Van Administrator for an Operator to visit homes and conduct a full security survey and fire risk assessment.  With the agreement of the client, appropriate devices are installed to secure the property.  Time is spent offering reassurance to clients and advice is given on how to protect against house crime.  Often the fear of crime is as damaging as the crime itself.


We offer talks to community groups and clubs in a pro-active approach to securing homes for all over 60s or those vulnerable due to a disability.


If you know someone in your community who would benefit from a visit please call 01225 794652 to arrange a visit.