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Is your community ready for an...

Wiltshire Council is continuing to work with local Town and Parish councils to develop emergency weather plans. The plans will highlight the key risks in the area, what Wiltshire Council will do, and what you can do in the community to help make yourselves more resilient. Before next winter ...more

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Live Well Programme

            Come and discover the new weekly Live Well Programme which offers social daytime opportunities for adults in your community. Meet like-minded people and discover new activities that will help put a smile on your face! Activities will include short ...more

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A Walk to Remember – Sat...

          Fundraising for Alzheimer’s Support Take on our 8.5 mile sponsored walk around historic Battlesbury Hill – or one mile Meadow Walk Starts and Finishes at Warminster Pleasure Park Music Stalls Refreshments Family Fun Sign up online ...more

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WILDLIFE WALK with ARK

Event Date : 21/06/2019

This event is part of the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival. Join ARK’s Project Officer, Anna Forbes, on a wildlife walk along the banks of the River Kennet and the adjoining water meadow. Discover the chalk stream wildlife that lives at this beautiful, multi-award ...more

SATURDAY AFTERNOON HIKE

Event Date : 15/06/2019

This event is part of the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival. A sociable Saturday afternoon hike with Ashley Sandy from Wessex Nordic Walking.  Walking in the stunning Pewsey Downs past the Alton Barnes White Horse, up to the highest point in Wiltshire – Milk Hill – ...more

EVENING STROLL from HUISH

Event Date : 12/06/2019

This event is part of the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival. A lovely evening circular walk along the lanes around Huish with Dawn from Wilcot Parish Council.  Choose your starting point to suit you:  start at Huish for the 3-mile route, Draycot Farm for 2 miles or join ...more

Barnardo’s Play Volunteer

Barnardo’s provides a range of services on behalf of Wiltshire Council and are looking for volunteers to support us in our Wiltshire Short Breaks Activity scheme. We are looking for volunteers to: – Help at sessions one Saturday per month (as well as the possibility of one day per week ...more

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Volunteer with us!

There’s making a difference, and there’s making all the difference. Don’t just change someone’s life, change yours too. With someone developing dementia every three minutes, there are nearly 1,000 people waiting for volunteers right now. Sign up for Side by Side and get ready ...more

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Fundraising Collection Volunteer

Do you have a friendly smile and an approachable personality? Join our team of collection volunteers and you will not only be helping to raise awareness but also collecting vital funds! Alzheimer’s Support Fundraising Team raises money every year to help support our services for people living ...more

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