Trowbridge recently saw the official unveiling of public artwork at the centre of Gloucester-based builder Newland Homes’ latest development in the town. Town Mayor, Councillor Denise Bates, along with former councillor Bob Brice, officially opened the installation, joined by Town Crier Trevor Heeks, Trowbridge Town Council leader Stewart Palmen, local ward councillors Andrew Bryant (who
Trowbridge Library will be closed for the day on Thursday August 19th, as it will be used as the location of four polling stations for the Swindon and Wiltshire Police & Crime Commissioner elections on that date. All other services will however continue as normal, and no other libraries in the county will be affected
Wiltshire Council wishes to update people throughout the county on the Government’s national bus strategy and the work that is being done in Wiltshire to improve local bus services. In March this year, the UK Government published its 'Bus Back Better' vision, underpinning a national bus strategy for England and outlining ambitious reform of how
For many people, the British summer wouldn't be the same without the occasional game of tennis - and now here's a fantastic opportunity for families in and around Trowbridge to enjoy unlimited tennis in the Town Park, for the unbelievable price of £17.50 per household for a six week period over the school holidays -
Lovers of regional beers and ciders will be spoilt for choice at the end of August, when Trowbridge hosts its Craft Beer and Cider Festival. Returning to the Innox Mills site at the former Bowyers factory in Stallard Street, the festival runs from Friday, August 27th to Sunday, August 30th, within the courtyard that is
On 22nd June 2021, Wiltshire Council members voted by 7 to 4 to approve a planning application to build an incinerator in Westbury. A disappointed Westbury Council are now asking us all to do our bit and write to the Secretary of State asking him to "call in" the planning approval decision made by Wiltshire
Active Trowbridge's Summer Roadshow is returning to several locations across the town during July and August. Unfortunately, there won't be inflatables at the roadshows this year, but instead you'll find an amazing range of team sports and our Soccer Schools team will be delivering a host of street soccer activities - a sneak preview of
If you’re visiting Castle Place Shopping Centre in Trowbridge and fancy a bite to eat or a sweet treat, why not stop by The Pantry? Having opened in early June, The Pantry always has a wonderful range of delicious home-made cakes, desserts and savouries, using locally-sourced ingredients where possible. Sarah, the owner of the business,
Trowbridge Town Hall is now making sure that every Friday night is film night, with showings of some of the best of world and independent cinema from the last couple of years. Tickets are £5 each per showing. More details can be found here.
Trowbridge-based bakery Wild Rye Sourdough is really proud to have been nominated for two Muddy Stiletto Awards this year - one for best local food producer and one for best new Covid business. Jess Robson launched Wild Rye Sourdough in August 2020 - slap bang in the middle of the pandemic, and whilst still working