Image of The Mayor of Trowbridge Graham Hill in his full red robes and Mayoral Chain around his neck. He is stood in the Park with tree's behind him.

We feel safe to announce that we are firmly in 2023, with the festivities of November and December 2022 a distant memory, we are now looking forward to a year full of exciting events and we are kickstarting it with the return the Mayors Annual Dinner and Dance in just two months time!

On Saturday 18th March 2022 at Trowbridge Civic Centre, The Mayor of Trowbridge Graham Hill would like to invite you to the ‘Festival’ themed celebration.  During the event money will be raised for Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Storehouse through raffles, charity auctions and donations.   Last year, over £2000 was raised for the local chosen charities of 2022. The evening will include a three course meal, live entertainment, auction and awards. Not only does the event support the local charities, achievements within the town will be recognised by the presentation of the both the Civic Award (recognising an individual or organisation that has made a significant contribution to the town) and the Town Enhancement Award (similarly, a building project that has enhanced Trowbridge).

Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Wiltshire Air Ambulance provide vital support to our community during medical emergencies. Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s mission statement is a simple one: They save lives. They rely solely on donations to fund this vital service to our community.  Funds raised not only keep the helicopter in use, it also provides support on the ground as their paramedics also use Rapid Response Cars to attend incidents by road when the helicopter is unable to fly or it is quicker to use cars. All of the vehicles have the same equipment onboard as the helicopter.

Storehouse Foodbank

Storehouse food bank is a project that aims to support families, couples and individuals in short term need of food and toiletries. The service began in 2006 in response to a growing need within our community and since this time we have developed good working relationships with a range of local agencies and services aiming to support the wider community. In April 2010, the food bank opened a referral centre and since then has served 9,500 people. This equates to 85,500 meals. Access to Storehouse is available to people who are referred by a supporting professional such as a teacher, social worker, key worker, minister, or through another agreed referral agency. Provisions can be collected from our referral centre where service users will be provided with three days’ supply of food.

Trowbridge Town Council is extremely grateful for the generosity of the event’s sponsor this year, Apple A Day.

Apple A Day Supply are a Wiltshire based and Teacher-run education recruitment, retention and consultancy company with 10 years’ experience of supporting the local sector. We support MATs and Schools to find the best talent from LSA’s to Head Teachers and we also have a team of experienced advisors supporting various needs tailored to the requirement of each school/MAT.

You know that we like to stay social, you can follow Apple A Day on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and most importantly find their website.

Image shows a full room of guests sat at round dinner tables. They are talking to each other. The room is lit in pink and purple with string lights along on the ceiling. There are tree's on the tables with hanging tealights. The image is take on the night of the Trowbridge Civic Dinner 2022.


For any additional information, please contact  lo****************@tr********.uk, phone 01225 765072 or by post to Customer Service Manager, Trowbridge Town Council, The Civic, St Stephens Place, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 8AH.


With special thanks to Trevor Porter and K J Hartley for their photography.