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Summer Reading Challenge 2019

The 2019 Summer Reading Challenge is now on! Come and sign up at the library and receive the first of the special Space Chase themed goodies. Ask us about the Astronaut Challenge!! The Summer Reading Challenge runs from Saturday July 13th to Saturday September 7th so there’s plenty of ...more

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Summer holiday children’s ac...

Camp Activate, Wiltshire Council’s summer holiday activity scheme for children aged 5 – 14 years old, is now open for booking at Devizes Leisure Centre! There are five themed weeks to choose from this summer including: Week 1; 29 July – 2 August – When I Grow Up Week 2: 5 August ...more

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Beyond Stonehenge: Exploring w...

Saturday 27th July, 2.00pm A 2-3 hour guided walk exploring this complex and compelling landscape All walks are free but as numbers are limited, we ask that people book places in advance. To register interest and receive joining instructions and further information, please contact us by ...more

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Young people living with sight...

Event Date : 20/07/2019

Wiltshire Sight’s young people’s Zoom Club organises events and activities that provide visually impaired children access to a range of opportunities using touch tours, audio described activities, meet and greet sessions and use of specialist sports equipment. Register ...more

Young people living with sight...

Event Date : 20/07/2019

Wiltshire Sight’s young people’s Zoom Club organises events and activities that provide visually impaired children access to a range of opportunities using touch tours, audio described activities, meet and greet sessions and use of specialist sports equipment. Register ...more

BRIDGE LESSONS

Event Date : 29/07/2019

BfA   Bridge for All Marlborough Learn to play or improve your BRIDGE. LESSONS in Marlborough.  (EBU Professional Tutor) for Absolute Beginners, Improvers & Intermediates (Club players) New courses start September 2019.  No Partner needed. Practice sessions, Supervised ...more

Youth Club Leaders

I am hoping to start up a Youth Club in the upper rooms at St Andrews’ Church on Friday 13th September from 7 – 9 pm. It will be for children ages 10/11 – 14/15. Is there anyone willing to help run this Group? You will need to be DBS checked and go on a Safeguarding Course. We ...more

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Volunteer with Alzheimer’...

“Side by Side” is a one-to-one volunteer service to help people living with dementia to keep on doing the things they love – and try new things too! It’s a fun, friendly and flexible volunteering opportunity through which you’ll receive expert training and support. You can become ...more

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Personalisation Board

A Personalisation Board is being set up in Wiltshire and we are looking for volunteers with lived experience of health or social care to apply to become members of the Board. To apply to be a volunteer board member contact Kate at Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living on 0300 1233 442 or ...more

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