We need your photographs tp showcase our community

13th February 2020, 9:09pm | By richardrogers |

Every 3 years, Wiltshire Council collates all the statistics and data for each of it’s 18 community areas. This covers all themes from the economy and highways to young people and health. This is then presented to the local communities at a special meeting held in each of the community areas and then those who have attended help to prioritise where resources and energy should be spent.

The Pewsey event will take place on Monday 18th May 2020 in Burbage Village Hall. More information will be released nearer the time including how to book a place. For now, please put this date in your diary if you would like to attend.

In the Pewsey area, we will also be making a short film that highlights many of the communities’ achievements over the past three years. If your group or organisation has done something you are proud of, please send me a photograph and a one-line description of it so that we can include it. Photographs should be of a reasonably high resolution so that they look good on a big screen. This is a great opportunity tfor us to celebrate what we have achieved together. Please send them to:

Richard.rogers@wiltshire.gov.uk and state that you are agree for us to use them

 

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