Welcome to the Keevil Village Website

This website was introduced as our village's legacy from the Diamond Jubilee in June 2012 and has the support of Keevil Parish Council. We hope you find the website useful to find out more about our village and what is available. 

Some village organisations have their own tab to the left. Many also have sub pages which are black with white writing. If you click on a sub page it will bring up additional information.

Please visit the page of the organisation/club that you would like to know more about.  Many pages have links to the person who runs the organisation/club where you can email them directly.  If no link appears, please use the "Contact us" button below and your questions or comments will be passed on.

Thank you for visiting our website, we are always interested in photographs of interest of Keevil, so please do send any of events, views, interesting buildings etc. We will create a Gallery for everyone to view.

Please contact us with any questions, observations or comments suzwickham@btinternet.com






Village Information
  • What's new

    Website Update -
    Regular visitors will see some significant changes in that due to a lack of use and unwillingness to use it by many village organisations, many pages have been disabled. Despite this, we have had in excess of 25,000 hits to this modest site for Keevil village.

    Unitary and Parish Council Elections - these take place in May 2017. Please go to the Parish Council pages - Election 2017 for more information on the process involved and timings for nominations. This page has general information, a timetable and a file detailing the process towards the bottom of the page.

    See new link for St Leonard's Church


    Keevil Theatre Group War Horse at the Bristol Hippodrome. The date is TUESDAY 24th OCTOBER 2017! See Theatre Group page









  • Wiltshire Council - Parish Newsletter


  • St Leonard's Church

    St Leonard's Church dates from the 13th century and stands impressively in the centre of the village.


  • Village Hall

    The Village Hall is in Martin's Road and is the centre of a host of meetings and activities



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