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Wiltshire schools need governors Do you live or work in Wiltshire or the surrounding area and want to give something back to the local community? Are you passionate about improving outcomes in schools to provide the best possible future for all of our young people? Consider becoming a school governor or trustee and you could also
  About me: Animals and the great outdoors have always been a big part of my life! I was lucky to grow up with a whole array of pets (everything from stick insects to dogs) & I've always been drawn back to animals, gaining alot of experience over the years, including working as a volunteer for an animal and equine
Trowbridge is proudly twinned with Charenton-le-Pont in France. Trowbridge French Twinning Association have produced their January newsletter. Click here to view. If you wish to become a member or would like further information, contact the committee on trowbridgefrenchtwinning@gmail.com
Winter weather: ice and potential flooding Following a period of heavy rain and then sub-zero temperatures, Wiltshire's gritting teams have been very busy this week. So far, they have treated the primary and secondary routes 18 times during this current cold snap, spreading more than 1,600 tonnes of salt. They have also ensured 100 salt
As you may know, the Government has introduced a requirement for voters to show photo ID when voting at a polling station at elections and referendums. This new requirement will apply for the first time in England at the local elections taking place in other parts of the country on Thursday 4 May 2023. So,
Philip Wilkinson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon has published the latest edition of his Quarterly Performance Newsletter which highlights some of the work that was delivered from September to November last year.   Watch this summary video, or read the full newsletter here. https://bit.ly/QuarterlyPerformanceNewsletters #MakingWiltshireSafer
Section 14(1) and 14(7) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Closure of: Church Street (Part) and Union Street (Part), Trowbridge (Ref: TTRO 8540) Notice is hereby given that Wiltshire Council has made an Order to: Close temporarily to all traffic: A) Church Street (Part), Trowbridge; from its junction with B3106 to its junction
Battersea Cats & Dogs Home will be doing door to door fundraising during March. All fundraisers will be identifiable by photo ID badges and will be wearing a Battersea branded tabard. If you have any questions regarding the Battersea campaign, you can call the Battersea Supporter Care Team on 0300 323 1216 (Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm).
The following is a message from Wiltshire Council: Wiltshire Council’s proposed budget has been published. It sets out how we will continue to deliver quality and vital services over the next three financial years through this unpredictable time amid a cost-of-living crisis, while also delivering on our Business Plan priorities. The proposals also outline a
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is asking Wiltshire residents to take part in an ambitious Waste Free February challenge. Visit the WWT website to find out more information including registering taking part, choosing how much waste you are going to pledge to reduce as well as plenty of supportive resources to help you with your challenge such