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It’s Back: HWB Day in Devizes

Devizes Rotary, working in partnership with the Devizes Area Health and Wellbeing Group, and supported by Wiltshire Council, is hosting the second DCA HWB Day from 11am – 3pm on Saturday 15th June 2019 on the Small Green in Devizes. Once again the aim of the day is to provide visitors with information about the health ...more

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Your starting point for grant fundin...

Every community group needs funding to deliver its local activities.  This can come from subscriptions, donations, membership fees, sponsorship, trading, fundraising and grants. Grants are a key source of funding and are available from a range of sources.  Funders are keen to support local community groups providing ...more

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Wiltshire’s Shape Up 4 Life weight...

          What is it? Shape Up 4 Life (SU4L) is a FREE 12 week weight management programme that supports people to lose weight and keep it off long term. Run in groups of 12 – 15 people both daytime and evening in community settings or completely online; sessions are interactive, practical and ...more

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Official Opening of The Vale Communi...

        Olympic medallist Shelley Rudman will be joining the official opening of the Vale Community Campus in Pewsey this month. It’s been just over two months since the campus opened its doors to the public. In that short space of time, it has welcomed more than 13,000 visitors, more than doubled ...more

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Free swimming returns for 2019

Free swimming is back for children and young people at Wiltshire Council leisure centres this February half term.  The scheme, which enables children to take part in enjoyable fitness at no cost, runs during the school holidays throughout the year.    To get involved, people should pop down to their local leisure centre ...more

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Fantastic range of activities on off...

The Vale official opening Save the date – Friday 22 February, 1pm – 4pm! We will have various activities available on the day and local groups providing demonstrations, as well as free swimming for all between 1pm – 3pm. A full timetable of activities can be found below with a group exercise class programme, ...more

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Milton Lilbourne Bells Restoration P...

Milton Lilbourne’s Bells Renovation Project has now been completed – a marathon rather than a sprint! The bells of St Peter’s Church, Milton Lilbourne, in the glorious Pewsey Vale have been ringing out for over 200 years.  Bell-founders Robert Wells in Aldbourne did an excellent job when they cast and installed the ...more

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National Apprenticeship Week Support...

The Employment and Skills service and Wiltshire Careers will be hosting various ‘drop ins’ during National Apprenticeship Week across Wiltshire. You will be able to find out information on apprenticeships, whether you are looking to hire an apprentice or start an apprenticeship – no matter your age! Wiltshire Council ...more

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