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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.

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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Invitation to Pewsey Area Board 21 J...

The next Pewsey Area Board will take place at Woodborough Club on the 21st January 2019. The meeting starts at 7pm with networking and refreshments from 6.30pm. Find out all about the CCG RUH Maternity Transformation consultation and how communities can get involved with National Armed Forces Day celebrations later this ...more

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Wiltshire Libraries invite you to &#...

‘Feel Better with a Book’. Monday 3 December, 6.00 – 6.45pm, The Vale Community Campus, Wilcot Road, Pewsey. Drop in, sit down and enjoy listening to a great story or poem. Meet new people, be inspired and relax. No pressure to read aloud and all readings are provided. This event precedes the Pewsey Area Board Meeting   more

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The Vale Community Campus to host th...

The Vale Community Campus will host the next Pewsey Area Board meeting on Monday 3rd December. Come and take part in the activities and join in the discussion. All welcome. From 6pm……. Tea, coffee, cake and networking Take a tour of the new Campus Find out about leisure promotions and offers Pewsey cheer dance ...more

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Youth grants

The area boards are committed to providing revenue grant funding for those wishing to provide postive activities for 13-19 year olds and those aged up to 25 with special educational needs and/or disabilities. Projects delivered in the past include arts, music, sports, leisure and other after school activities where young ...more

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Community area grants

Your local area board has a capital budget to support grants for local community projects in the area. The grants are used in accordance with the Council’s community area grants policy that is explained more fully below. The community area grants budget is aimed at one off or start up projects – the money can be ...more

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