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Carers Training Dates

          Understanding autism – Basic awareness and understanding of why an individual may behave in a certain way. Tuesday 31st Jan 2023, 10:00-11:00am – Online Thursday 6th April 2023 12pm-13:00pm- County Hall, Trowbridge Wednesday 31st May 2023 12pm-13:00pm- Five Rivers Campus, Salisbury Wednesday 7th June 2023 13:30-14:30pm- Online Tuesday 24th October 2023 12pm-13:00pm- ...more

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What’s on over the ne...

Hello! We are days away from our first ever ‘Space for Nature Wild’. At these sessions we will explore more deeply the themes of our environment and natural world around us and this session is all about water and ice. We’ll also be fire starting together using ...more

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Make a huge difference to a...

Have you considered becoming a foster carer? It’s an incredibly rewarding thing to do. Come along to an online information session on Tuesday 31 January from 6pm and find out more from our fostering team. We’ll be able to answer all your questions and foster ...more

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Prospect Hospice Spring Run

Event Date : 12/03/2023

After pausing for the pandemic, our Spring Run returns in 2023 and this time runners will be able to choose between three distances: a 2.5km fun run or the 5km and 10km multi-terrain routes. Whether you’re an experienced runner or new to the sport, this event is open to everyone who wants to challenge themselves to running a distance while helping raise vital funds to help care for local ...more

Prospect Hospice Starlight ...

Event Date : 24/06/2023

Our Starlight Walk is back for the 15th time and this year we’re celebrating festival fever. Dress up in your favourite cowboy hat, your sequins and sparkling glitter makeup as we brighten the streets of Swindon, raising money to support vital care for those in the local are ...more

Volunteering Information Se...

Volunteer for The RISE Trust and support your local community. Ever thought about volunteering but not sure what is available. If you are interested in finding out about the volunteering opportunities with RISE, please join us for one of our volunteer information sessions on: Tues 7th Feb, ...more

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Family Visiting Service

Volunteer Vacancy Would you like to make a difference to the lives of families in your local area?  The RISE Family Visiting Service is completely free for families in the North Wiltshire area and can be accessed by anyone with a child under five, regardless of status or family situation. As ...more

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Wiltshire Council libraries...

Wiltshire Council libraries have officially become warm spaces for people this winter, providing a warm and friendly welcome to support anyone who needs help through the cost-of-living crisis. Of course, Wiltshire libraries are open to the public throughout the year, but now anyone is welcome ...more

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Dear loyal followers, this twitter handle and feed has now changed. For news and updates on Calne follow…

tweeted on : Thu Nov 17 14:45

TEA DANCE AT Calne's POCKET PARK! Party like its 1952 ... Have you got your tickets yet?!! Click here for all the…

tweeted on : Thu May 26 13:29

Calne's Big Get Together definitely had the Swing! Good to see so many people having fun, eating MammaBakes great c…

tweeted on : Tue May 24 17:38

Here you can find more Tweets from Royal Wootton Bassett and Cricklade along with Tweets from Wiltshire Council.