Neighbourhood wardens

Neighbourhood wardens work in their neighbourhoods providing a service to council tenants. Their main role is to improve the quality of life for residents.

Their day-to-day activities include:

  • responding to community issues
  • creating a safer and cleaner environment
  • encouraging community involvement
  • participating in community projects
  • promoting respect for people and property
  • inspecting communal areas of blocks of flats
  • promoting the involvement of young people in their local environment through the young warden scheme and school projects
  • helping tenants and leaseholders to access other organisations and services

You can contact your neighbourhood warden for the problems related to:

  • environment
  • anti-social behaviour
  • litter or fly-tipping
  • graffiti
  • disposal of used needles
  • local disputes
  • community safety

Names of neighbourhood wardens

The lists below show the names of our neighbourhood wardens and the areas they are responsible for.

To contact any of these neighbourhood wardens, email

Warwick Lynham

Warwick is the neighbourhood warden supervisor for all areas of Swindon and is the neighbourhood warden for:

  • Pinehurst
  • Gorse Hill
  • Rodbourne
  • Moredon
  • West Swindon
  • Railway Village

Maxine Clifford

Maxine is the neighbourhood warden for:

  • Penhill
  • Stratton
  • Blunsdon
  • Highworth
  • South Marston
  • Rural areas in North Swindon

Joan Woods

Joan is the neighbourhood warden for:

  • Parks
  • Walcot
  • Eldene
  • Liden
  • Chiseldon
  • Wroughton
  • Rural areas in South Swindon

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