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Health & Physical Acti...

Christmas Challenge Walk gets walkers in the festive spirit! Over 130 walkers attended this year’s Christmas challenge walk which was held on the 6 December at Salisbury Rugby Club. The walkers were treated to a fantastic morning walk allowing them to take in the ...more

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Troubled by Tech?

We have helped many visitors to the Bradford on Avon Computer Club. We meet every Monday except public holidays between 2pm and 4pn. We will assist anyone who is having hardware or software problems. So whether it be an IPad, an IPhone, Smartphone, Android tablet, ...more

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#EPIC talks presents changi...

        Date: 23rd January Time: 17.30 Location: Council Chambers, County Hall, Trowbridge We have all met vampires at some stage in our lives, who drain us of our energy. In this talk, Maria will take you through some of the essential steps that ...more

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History is Here: Langley Bu...

Event Date : 04/02/2020

Get the most from your library with this study session focusing on the village of Langley Burrell, looking at local history sources held online and in Chippenham Library. Great for beginners. £4, booking advisable on 01249 705500 or archives@wiltshire.gov.uk more

Matinee Club

Event Date : 04/02/2020

We are proud to share with you the next film for the “Tuesday Matinee Club”.   February sees us going back in time in the English countryside with Downton Abbey.  The continuing story of the Crawley family, wealthy owners of a large estate in the English countryside in ...more

National Apprenticeship Wee...

Event Date : 06/02/2020

National Apprenticeship Week is an opportunity to champion all things apprenticeships and this year is no different! The theme for 2020 is ‘Look Beyond’ and will serve as a rallying cry for the apprenticeship community to showcase the true meaning of diversity within apprenticeships, ...more

Can you help the BoA commun...

Bradford on Avon Town Council is looking for volunteers to help run BoA’s community fridge,  get in touch if you can help out in any way, anything from 1-5 hours per week. Telephone 01225 864240 Email Address office@bradfordonavontowncouncil.gov.uk more

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Volunteer at Lacock

Looking to start something new this year? Ever thought about volunteering? Volunteers are a huge part of what makes Lacock so special; helping with conservation, room guiding, gardening, children’s activities, events and much, much more… Saturday 18 Jan we’ll be in Lacock’s ...more

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The Fabric of Life project 2 follows on from a similar project delivered through Wiltshire arts partnership. This time the project will be for young people with additional needs and their friends and allies. The Fabric of Life project will be looking at the history of fashion and how this has ...more

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@BoATownCouncil… If you’re keen to improve the carbon footprint of your home - don’t miss this free event hosted by t.co/SUjkpjU2DO

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#VillageHallsWeek@CommFirstWilts Today marks the start of 2020! We'll be celebrating the and community buildings at the…

tweeted on : Mon Jan 20 10:54

#areaboard@BoATCCEVs If you're a local parish in the Bradford on Avon or adjacent town you're welcome to come along as well. Please RS…

tweeted on : Fri Jan 17 12:14

Here you can find more Tweets from Bradfordonavon along with Tweets from Wiltshire Council.