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What is probably the most prominent building in Trowbridge Town Centre has received a generous cash boost from the Government's £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund. Trowbridge Town Hall Trust was among more than 2,700 community organisations throughout the UK to benefit from the second round of awards, receiving £38,635 to help towards its recovery and
From Monday March 29th, Covid-19 restrictions under the current lockdown were eased: here are the details . . . Social Contact You are now able to meet outdoors (including in private gardens) in groups of six people (the Rule of 6) or two households, making it easier for you to meet friends and family outside.
The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub, which has proved a lifeline to many local residents during the pandemic, has taken on an additional role from the beginning of April. Since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, the multi-agency hub has provided support, guidance and signposting helping to provide a community response to assist those at
Trowbridge Town Hall is very excited to announce that it is currently working with journalism students from Bath Spa University, to produce a community paper, bearing the title 'Celebrate'. As the title suggests, it's intended to be a celebration of Trowbridge, of the people who live here and the amazing things they do. The team
As the nation eases itself slowly but surely out of the latest lockdown, we thought our readers might like to see how Trowbridge Town Council have been working with community organisation Trowbridge Future over the last three months to reach out to the more vulnerable members of the community - you can watch a short
Active Trowbridge are pleased to announce that their Active Extras programme of activities for school-age children begin again from Monday April 19th. After the late May half-term holiday, pre-school sessions are moving to the MUGA in the town park, having previously taken place at Longfield Community Centre. Wildcats, the FA’s football programme for girls is
As Covid-19 lockdown regulations start to ease once again, and with the prospect of spending time outside in the fresh air during the summer months, Trowbridge Town Council has been taking steps toward improving some of its recreational areas around the town. Now, the Town Council is presenting a further Tender Opportunity: it is inviting
As Covid-19 lockdown regulations start to ease once again, and with the prospect of spending time outside in the fresh air during the summer months, Trowbridge Town Council have taken steps toward improving some of its recreational areas around the town. Pursuant to Regulation 86 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 for new installation of
The Doric Park Survey went live on Survey Monkey on Wednesday 17th March 2021 and finished at 3pm on Friday 26th March 2021. No votes were counted after this time. A total of 817 completed responses were received, all of which were  received online. Trowbridge Town Council received no completed surveys either over the telephone
If you have a second property, you should complete a census form for your usual address as well as your other property whether it be a 2nd home or a holiday let. Each property in England and Wales will have received a Census Pack.  If you own a 2nd home or a holiday let it