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Celebrate history centre’s tenth anniversary at family fun day

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The Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre, in Chippenham, is celebrating its ten-year anniversary with a family fun day on Saturday 28 October, 10am-4pm.  The day will be packed with fun activities for all the family to enjoy, and it’s a double celebration, marking 70 years of the Wiltshire and Swindon Archive Service.  To help celebrate read more…

Temporary Closure of Mill Road, Netheravon

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Wiltshire Council Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Closure of: Mill Road (Part), Netheravon (Ref: TTRO 5034) Notice is hereby given that Wiltshire Council has made an Order to close temporarily to all traffic: Mill Road (Part), Netheravon; from its junction with Pigott Close for a distance of approximately 40m in read more…

Tidworth Community Area Insight Project: What does a good life look like?

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What do we want to do? We want to identify what matters to people living in your area: what makes a difference in their lives, what is important and what they would like to change, so we can find ways to best support the community to be a kind and welcoming place. This isn’t just read more…

Wiltshire Mind Counselling Service

Wiltshire Mind

Wiltshire Mind is the local Mental Health Charity based in Melksham.  They work to provide various support to the local community through 9 support groups, 1-1 counselling and Mental Health Awareness Training.  They also have a charity shop in Church Street Melksham.  Wiltshire Mind offer a low cost 1-1 counselling service from their offices in read more…

Wiltshire celebrates a successful Libraries Week

Wiltshire Libraries Week

Wiltshire libraries enjoyed a successful Libraries Week (9-14 October), with people attending author talks, displays from the archives, a sci-fi and fantasy day, children’s activities, and an official opening celebration in Devizes.  In Salisbury, the week also coincided with Secret Libraries Week, with a special display of maps and other items rarely seen from the read more…

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