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November 12, 2019

The final tally from October's cakes and raffle came to £90.10 after Kim took her Bakewell leftovers into work. We've now had a lovely email from Alan Lake at the Wilts & Berks Canal Trust, who Michelle met at the Neeld earlier this year. This inspired her to nominate...

September 30, 2019

We welcomed back Torquil MacInnes to September's group meeting, without his baldrick and bells this time! His new 'hat' on this occasion was to tell us about his role as an elected public governor for the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. That's qui...

July 25, 2019

Our local community is at the heart of what we do. The slideshow below shows our story so far, both in monetary terms and more practical initiatives.. Hover your mouse (PC) or tap the picture (tablet or phone) at the bottom of the image to see a description if needed....

July 1, 2019

June's main meeting was a very different one with a visit from some of the Wiltshire based Serve On team and their rescue dogs. The team have attended many of the disasters which make the news, both in the UK and abroad and they can provide assistance needed at short n...

April 9, 2019

We now have a fab insiders guide to Chippenham - thanks to everyone at February's meeting who helped with the initial brainstorm, and the Our Town group! Following last week's meeting, the Post-Its have been tidied up into a suitable mock-up for a web page.

It's packe...

April 4, 2019

Following Caroline Gray's talk at March's AM on scam awareness, here's a summary of her top tips, plus some resources and links for future reference.

There are many ways fraudsters try to part people from their money and anyone can be a target. Caroline gave examples...

March 31, 2019

Our third Annual Meeting* concluded with an informative talk by Caroline Gray, from NatWest Bank. Her role as Community Banker includes awareness raising of the various scams criminals use to extract a cool £5-6 billion pounds per year from the public. Only 5% of these...

February 23, 2019

It was snowdrop day at Lacock Abbey today, though the purple crocuses held centre stage instead. William Henry Fox Talbot planted a few corms around 200 years ago and they have steadily multiplied into this glorious sight.

They're earlier than usual this year owing to...

January 13, 2019

The above certificate was sent to Sally recently following the collection of goodies at our Christmas Party, then converted by her into a publishable format. The accompanying note from Amy Davis via email reads:

I’m attaching the Thank you Certificate so you can share...