Following the obvious disappointment of having to cancel outdoor markets because of the coronavirus pandemic, organisers of the Trowbridge Weavers Market have now encouraged traders to go online. Trowbridge Town councillor Stewart Palmen, chairman of the Weavers Market Organisers Group, said: “Last Saturday should have been Trowbridge Weavers Market’s second market of 2020. “Due to
If you are retired and looking to keep active, or have some spare time, why not join the Green Lane Wood volunteer group, organised by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, on the outskirts of Trowbridge? Join them on the first Sunday of the month or on Tuesdays, between 10am and 4pm. You'll be able to learn about
Trowbridge Chamber of Commerce was founded on 29th January 1901 and we are still here well over 100 years later, representing local business and the town itself. Led by an Executive Committee made up of volunteer members of the business community, the President, Vice-President(s), Treasurer and Executive members, the Chamber acts as a conduit for
Wiltshire Police's enquiry office at Polebarn Road, Trowbridge, has reopened from today (Wednesday 15th July). The decision was made following the latest Government advice and measures being put in place to protect both the public and also officers and staff. The opening times for the office will be Monday to Friday (8.30am-5.30pm) and Saturday (9am-1pm)
  If our experiences throughout the coronavirus pandemic have highlighted one thing, it's shown us how valuable exercise can be, for both our mental and physical well-being - and now one of our local clubs has started a new initiative, aimed at ladies wishing to try their hand at a team sport . . .
Trowbridge Future is a small, independent charity based in Trowbridge, Wiltshire offering support and advice to the local community. It runs a series of youth cafes across the communities of Trowbridge in Longfield, Seymour and Studley Green and host a thriving Community Hub in The Shires Shopping Centre, providing advice and support to the residents
After having been a sadly redundant location for a number of years in Trowbridge, Innox Mills (the former Bowyers site) will be the site of a fantastic outdoor market on the third Sunday of each month, beginning on Sunday July 19th. The market will be home to a range of stalls and traders, and is
One issue in Trowbridge which is regularly a subject for discussion is that of boundary changes and further proposed housing developments. We hope that, by clicking here, things will become a little clearer . . .
Road repairs are due to be carried out along Westbury Road, North Bradley (from Rising Sun Roundabout to Philips Way Roundabout). Click the following links for the site extent and diversion route. The works will involve resurfacing of the existing carriageway and footway, the installation of new road markings and the adjustment of surface ironwork.
As many Trowbridge residents will be aware, at one time there were public toilets to the left of the bandstand in the Town Park. They were however misused, underused, often vandalised and a location for anti-social behaviour. Many visitors to the town and the park itself said that, although they were aware of the toilets,