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Our Community Matters website has been set up to provide local people with an interactive notice board everyone can use. We would like you to make this website your first port of call to post local news, events, have discussions and find out local information about your area. There are 18 community websites in total that cover various areas in Wiltshire.

Fun Loving Youth Leader Required!

We are eager to recruit a suitable candidate to be our Youth Club Leader at Shrewton. The club is small but to the young people important. When our last leader fell sick and we had to close the protests were very loud!  We now are open till Christmas and depending on the success of recruitment this will ( and must) carry ...more

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Amesbury Area Board

Amesbury Area Board took place on 13th September. This meeting was well attended. Alistair Cunningham, Chair of the South Wiltshire Recovery Coordinating Group and Councillor Pauline Church, Cabinet member for Economy and South Wiltshire Recovery gave an update and were asked questions about. Update on the investigation ...more

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Update on incidents in Amesbury and ...

Baroness, Councillor Jane Scott will be attending the next Amesbury Area Board to update the public on the latest developments and recovery programme for Amesbury following the major incident in June. The meeting will take place on Thursday 13th September at 7.00pm at Figheldean Village Hall, Pollen Lane, Figheldean, SP48JR. Everyone ...more

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Latest news on the incidents in Ames...

Keep up to date on the latest news and advice from Public Health England. See the latest news on meetings to update the public on progress. Information on free parking and help for local businesses. Click here to keep up to date. www.wiltshire.gov.uk/salisbury-amesbury more

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All about your local area board

Introducing the Boards Wiltshire Council wants to make sure local people are fully involved in decisions that affect them. The council’s area boards bring local decision making back into the heart of the community providing a way for local people to shape the policies and services of Wiltshire Council, the police, NHS ...more

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Important information on A303 Amesbu...

Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of State has accepted an application by Highways England Company Limited of Bridge House, 1 Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, GU1 4LZ (“the Applicant”) for a Development Consent Order (“DCO”) under the Planning Act 2008 (“the Application”). The Application was submitted by the Applicant to the Secretary of State c/o the Planning Inspectorate (“the Inspectorate”) on 19 October 2018 and was accepted on 16 November 2018. The reference number applied ...more

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Wessex Community Action. here to hel...

Wessex Community Action is a local charity that offers information, advice and support to groups and organisations in the community and voluntary sector. Our role  is to represent; support; and connect groups and organisations. Our key aim is to help the sector function effectively to achieve their aims; manage risk; get ...more

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Rugby Club see the light thanks to A...

Thanks to Amesbury Area Board, Amesbury Rugby Club is able to train on our home pitch through the dark nights.I would like to provide an update regarding the use of our recently awarded grant to purchase mobile floodlights for our Amesbury Rugby Club. We have now received and actively using our first batch of 8 lights ...more

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Shrewton remembers

On 13th November around 20 people assembled to plant 105 trees to form the basis of the Shrewton War Memorial Copse. There were representatives of St. Mary’s,  Shrewton RBL, the WI and regulars from the Plume plus other volunteers. The first tree was planted by four generations of the Cruse family, led by great grandfather, ...more

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WW1 tree planting to remember

On Monday the 12th of November 2018 the Parish’s final act of remembrance was to plant commemorative trees, provided by the Woodland Trust as part of their campaign to mark 100 years of the end of the First World War. Pupils from the recently opened St Michael’s School Larkhill, along with Durrington Town Council Chairman ...more

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Black Friday bargains at your leisur...

Bag a bargain at your local leisure centre this Black Friday Weekend. On 23-25 November you can grab a great deal to get the most out of your health and fitness. 12 months for the price of nine on annual Life Zone, Fitness Zone and Swim Zone memberships No admin fee and December-for-free on direct debit Life Zone, Fitness ...more

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