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If you're a small or medium sized business, you'll undoubtedly know what a struggle these unprecedented times have presented. Additionally, you'll maybe be aware that grants to help your business can be applied for from the UK Government: however, some people may find this a bit of a minefield. With this in mind, Sage UK
GOFISH is a Trowbridge-based initiative aimed at young people, to help them prepare for the world of work after their education. The GOFISH philosophy is to create a new way of learning with a more interactive, project-based approach, as well as getting as many local business mentors tutoring as possible. Their services are offered free
Based in their unit in The Shires shopping centre, Trowbridge Future are now back open throughout the week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 10am and 1.30pm. They'll also be hosting the BeYoutiful ladies group, within Trowbridge Town Hall, each Thursday between 10.30am and 12.30pm. The Trowbridge Future team are seeing service users and
The latest report outlining the activities of Wiltshire police in our area has just been published. As we all know, the last few months have been particularly trying for each and every one of us, and in particular our emergency services. To find out what the Trowbridge CPT (Community Policing Team) have been doing to
This year’s Trowbridge Apple Festival will be a virtual event, so the public are being asked to take part by sharing videos and pictures of their apple trees and results of their cooking exploits using apples. Organisers, The BIG Community Grow, are planning a range of videos that showcase some of the well-loved activities from
Active Trowbridge will be running their Active Kids Camp during October half-term at the Clarendon Academy, and will be doing so with Covid-secure practices: Only week-long bookings will be accepted in advance, no on-the-day bookings will be accepted. Familial groups must remain together and requests for friends to be in the same bubbles must be
This year marks the 800th anniversary of the death of a truly remarkable man, Henry de Bohun. One of only two Magna Carta Barons from the West Country, he was elected to enforce the Charter, the massively important document that has ensured that future kings, and later English governments, are not above the law. The
. . . was how Trowbridge Mayor, Councillor Peter Fuller, described a new landscaped garden in the town's park. The garden area, with benches, gravel paths and lawns, now takes up the space of the former location of the park's public toilets. The official handover to the Town Council took place earlier this month. The
Even though the Coronavirus pandemic continues, it has not dampened the entrepreneurial spirit of two local Trowbridge businesses, one of which offers the chance to find a pre-loved clothing or accessory bargain in one of the town's charming little side streets, the other providing a place to relax or meet friends over a coffee or