Wroughton is one of the biggest parishes in the UK. The village is well known through its connection to the Ridgeway National Trail and has a rich history, dating back to the Mesolithic period.
Wroughton has a thriving community atmosphere, supporting many local shops and businesses. Once best known as the home of RAF Wroughton, which closed in 1995, the village site now houses the Science Museum archives, one of Britain's greatest collection of national treasures.
Forming the first tier of local government, Wroughton Parish Council has 15 elected members.
Wroughton Parish Council works hard to improve the life and environment in our neighbourhood. We hope that this website provides you with useful information relating to the Council and local facilities and groups.
If you are interested in the Parish Council or would like further information please contact the Parish Office.
Steve Harcourt, Chair