From Monday July 27th, resurfacing works will take place in Trowbridge, between the A363 Trinity roundabout junction and the B3106/ Bythesea Road roundabout and the entrance to Station Approach: the site extents can be viewed here and here. The works will involve repairs to the existing carriageway, the installation of new road markings and the
Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets in England will become mandatory from Friday July 24th. Shops and supermarkets will be expected to encourage compliance with the law and can refuse entry. Those who fail to comply with the new rules could face a fine of up to £100. This new ruling also applies
The Innox Mills site in Trowbridge, located between the rail station and the former Bowyers site, recently hosted its first Sunday market, which saw nearly 3,000 visitors. Commenting on the success of the day, Jonathan Dean, managing director of Innox Mills Ltd, said “It went very well and certainly exceeded our expectations. The majority of
At a recent Full Council meeting, Trowbridge Town Council unanimously accepted the recommendation from the Town Council Environmental Working Group to declare an ecological emergency. The working group is made up of councillors from across the political spectrum, as well as community organisations and individuals concerned with environmental issues. The group worked on and unanimously
People in Trowbridge were saddened to learn of the death of a well-known local man and D-Day veteran, Mr. Bob Conway, who could always be seen at the annual Wiltshire Armed Forces and Veterans Celebrations in the Town Park, as well as the town's Remembrance commemorations. Mr. Conway, 94, was chairman of the Wiltshire branch
Every eight weeks, Trowbridge Town Council holds a Full Council Meeting, attended by all Town Councillors, the Chief Executive and Town Clerk, council officers and members of the press. Also, members of the public are always welcome to attend. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic however, these and any other council meetings (of the
COVID-19 testing sessions are currently being held in Trowbridge. The sessions are taking place at the Greyhound Inn car park on Mortimer Street: the tests are free of charge, and simple to take part in. For more advice on what is involved in booking a test, what happens during the test and how to receive
Looking for something a little different this summer? Cinema Retrow is delighted to present a series of spectacular drive-in cinema events at Innox Mill, Trowbridge, from 7th-9th August 2020. A supersized 60 sq metre LED screen will show 11 all time movie greats, from children's films to family classics and recent popular features - there's
Like thousands of towns and communities throughout the country, Trowbridge is gradually coming back to life after lockdown, and on Saturday August 1st, Trowbridge Town Hall will once again open its doors, with a range of community projects planned to raise the town's cultural profile. As might be expected, things will look a little different
A £23m funding bid to transform Trowbridge's town centre has been approved by Wiltshire Council leaders, and will be submitted by the end of the month. At a recent cabinet meeting, Wiltshire Council leaders unanimously agreed to progress a bid which aims to rejuvenate the town, with a range of projects to attract visitors and