Tessa, Trowbridge Museum's Marketing Officer, brings you an update on what's happening . . . The Museum team have been working with Jamie Briggs Removals to welcome back hundreds of boxes of objects over the past month, and have begun the time-consuming process of checking each object is stable and in the correct place. Once
A number of questions have been raised recently about Trowbridge Town Council’s borrowing. Please find below some details about our investments in the town which have been funded by borrowing, and also how the pandemic is impacting on the council’s finances. The Council has undertaken a number of significant investments since 2008, most notably the
Trowbridge Town Council is very happy to now be able to tell residents and visitors to the town that all of its play areas will be re-opening from Saturday July 4th. We would, however, ask that a few simple rules are observed, as we still need to do all we can to prevent the spread
(Thanks to Gary Baker of Trowbridge Nub News for kindly allowing us to repost this interview.) Trowbridge Museum, whilst mainly focusing on the town’s past, may be unique in being situated in a modern shopping mall. Many of the public passing its entrance, however, will have noticed that it has been closed for a while
Since the beginning of the lockdown period, employees of Trowbridge Town Council have continued to work to help the town and its residents through these unprecedented times. While members of various departments have been constantly helping those more vulnerable members of our community, it shouldn't be forgotten that other colleagues have also been keeping things
A new cycleway is to be created along Hilperton Road in Trowbridge as part of a county-wide scheme, for which Wiltshire Council has recently secured more than £200,000 in funding. Part of this funding will help bring about the creation of a segregated cycleway on the A361 Hilperton Road in Trowbridge, starting from near the
Wiltshire Council has joined forces with Wiltshire Police to remind residents to play their part and act responsibly when pubs reopen this weekend. At the end of June, the UK Government announced that pubs, restaurants, and hotels would be allowed to reopen from July 4th. Several other types of businesses would also be allowed to
Wiltshire Council has dismissed suggestions the county could be one of the next locations in the UK to go into lockdown. Media reports in June had stated that there had been a recent weekly increase of new cases in the county of 300%: however, this actually equates to an increase from one to four new
Trowbridge Town Council has set up a Working Group to work across the community on initiatives to protect and improve the environment, biodiversity and climate change. Councillor Chris Hoar, Chair of the Working Group reports, “The Environmental Working Group has now had two very productive meetings over zoom. Bringing together councillors from all political groups
A new dog grooming service has recently opened in Trowbridge, bucking the trend of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting small firms. During uncertain times for business, the launch of a new venture might feel risky, but for Trowbridge branch owner, Jo Mumford, and We Love Pets company directors Jo and Ryan White, the timing couldn’t be