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
Here is some of the latest information regarding COVID-19, some of which will be of particular interest to the residents of Trowbridge . . . A three-tier system of local restrictions to curb the transmission of COVID-19 has been introduced in England from the middle of this month. The new system will see different parts
Trowbridge Town Council leader Councillor Stewart Palmen writes once again for this website on a topic of interest to the town and its residents . . . On this occasion, he explains why he believes that the town's venue The Civic is a great asset to the town . . . When I first joined
Thanks to National Lottery funding from Sport England, an innovative physical activity game that has engaged more than a million people is set to launch in Trowbridge. The Beat the Street game will take place in Trowbridge over four weeks from October 7th until  November 4th, thanks to a National Lottery grant from Sport England.
It's that time of year when thoughts turn to fireworks (though things may be a little different this time around), and Trowbridge Town Council are looking for your paintings or pictures of fireworks to be featured in a virtual display that will be shown online as part of the town's virtual Christmas Lights Switch-On. The
Trowbridge Town Council Environmental Working Group had another extremely positive meeting in early October. The working group is made up of local environmental organisations, individuals concerned with environmental matters and town councillors from across the spectrum, to coordinate and assist each other in trying to make Trowbridge a greener, healthier and happier place for everyone.
Let's face it - we all love books. Even if you own an e-reader or download books to your mobile or tablet, there's still nothing like them . . . The smell of the paper, whether the book is freshly off the shelf, or it's a dog-eared edition from decades ago, and of course the
Neighbourhood Services at Trowbridge Town Council have been out and about once again making the town a more pleasant and safe environment for both residents and visitors alike. On a recent damp Thursday morning, the team made a huge effort to tidy up the pathway between Innox Mills (the former Bowyers site) and Innox Road,
At a recent meeting of Trowbridge Town Council's Neighbourhood Services Committee, a decision was taken to plant a tree in the Town Park commemorating those among the public of Trowbridge who have died due to the Covid-19 outbreak. In addition, the tree will also celebrate the 'unsung heroes' who provided a fabulous response service within
Innox Mills (the old Bowyers site car park) in Trowbridge will be the place to be on Saturday 14th November between 10am  and 2pm* for both petrolheads and foodies . . . Innox Mills and are proud to bring to Trowbridge a top-notch car exhibition together with a selection of delicious street food, all