A house-to-house collection is a charitable collection made by means of visits from house to house to give money or other property. This is also applicable to collections taking place in public houses and places of business. The collector moves on after each collection.
It is both an offence to promote and make a house-to-house collection for charitable purposes without the promoter first obtaining a licence from the Licensing Authority.
House-to-house collection application forms
- House to House Collections Application Form House to House Collections Application Form 52kb
- House to House Collections Statement of Accounts Form House to House Collections Statement of Accounts Form 56kb
- House to House Collections Regulations House to House Collections Regulations 63kb
If you need an Application for a Certificate of Exemption of a Local Collection of a Transitory Nature please contact the Licensing Team at Wiltshire Council.
Wiltshire Council has four main offices where correspondence can be sent. Applications can be sent to any of the offices, but it will speed processing if they are sent directly to the office covering the area in which the premises are situated.
Last updated: 9 February 2016