Gloucester Road Allotment Society is holding its annual show on Saturday September 2nd - more details here.
Batty about bats? Crazy about chiroptera? Why not come along to Biss Meadows Country Park on August 29th? More details here.
The Friends of Trowbridge Park are a group of local volunteers who have an interest in preserving, maintaining and enhancing the beautiful public green spaces of Trowbridge Park.  In association with Trowbridge Town Council, the group over the last three years have been responsible for a number of projects and improvements in the park, including
Trowbridge Museum is proud to present WEFT17, the biennial West of England Festival of Textiles, from 26th August - 18th November 2017. The festival aims to highlight the history of textile crafts in the West of England by celebrating regional contemporary textile artists, craft groups and students through the exhibition of their work. WEFT17 is
A new 24-hour gym has come to formerly empty retail premises in The Gateway in Trowbridge, and has been officially opened by Trowbridge Mayor Deb Halik. The gym offers modern state-of-the-art equipment, fitness classes and private shower facilities. For more information and details of opening offers, click here.
Trowbridge Mayor Deb Halik recently attended the AGM of  Trowbridge Talking News, held at Trowbridge Rugby Club. The charity provides flash drive recordings of news items from The Wiltshire Times for the blind and visually-impaired, along with specially-designed players to enable the recipient to listen to the recordings. The charity is manned voluntarily, and the Mayor
The Friends of Trowbridge Park, a voluntary organisation headed by local businessman Sharl Adabashi, has been on the receiving end of a boost to its finances. At a recent committee meeting of the Friends of Trowbridge Park, Asda's Community Champion Nicky Phillips, who is also a member of the FoTP committee, presented the group with
Trowbridge Museum recently hosted an afternoon of Victorian-themed cream teas in the town's Sensory Garden. The event was held as part of the Museum's fund-raising campaign toward its expansion project, with staff and volunteers serving guests while dressed in period costume. Museum Curator, Clare Lyall said "Everyone who came really enjoyed the afternoon. We were
There was plenty of fun and games at the Civic Centre last Friday when Gemma Hunt from CBeebies' 'Swashbuckle' hosted a Pirate Party for several hundred youngsters. Many of the young guests were dressed as pirates for the occasion, which helped to raise money for Raising for Raife, a locally-focused charity which campaigns to combat NAIT
As part of a fund-raising campaign toward its 'Onwards & Upwards' expansion plan, Trowbridge Museum will be hosting an afternoon of Victorian-themed cream teas on Friday August 4th. The teas* will be served in the Sensory Garden, behind the Town Hall, between 2 and 4 pm. In addition, there will be Victorian games to take part in,