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Active Wiltshire is now live on Facebook

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Find out about exciting leisure, sports development, health and physical activity programmes provided by us across the county.  Like and share Active Wiltshire Facebook page.  

Home visiting volunteers needed at Home-Start Kennet

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Once trained you will be supporting a local family in their own home for 2 to 3 hours a week.You will receive up to 40 hours of training in preparation for your role and will be supported every step of the way by professional Family Support Organisers and the entire Home-Start team. There will be read more…

The Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Campaign, Waste Free Feb

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The Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Campaign, Waste Free Feb was created in 2017 by the WWT Recycle for Wiltshire Team to give anyone and everyone the opportunity to take action and make a difference within their environment. Last year the team managed to limit their general waste to a glass jars worth for a whole month read more…

New Year, New You….a helping hand

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Many of you will have started a new year’s resolution to get fitter. Many of you may have intended to do so. Being more active can be difficult to maintain and there are barriers in the way – but the positive outcomes are very fulfilling so stick with it! At Tidworth Leisure Centre we are read more…

Successful open evening at South Wiltshire UTC

P1020048 Ciaran Robinson, Joe Mulligan and Katie Hopper at the open evening.

Bad weather and an earlier power cut across Salisbsury didn’t stop prospective students attending the South Wiltshire University Technical College (UTC) open evening last night. Young people interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects flocked to the Wilton Road college with its state of the art facilities. Fourteen year old Ciaran Robinson was read more…