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November 28, 2017

Thank you ladies! From all the discrete parcels you passed to Michelle, she has 33 bras, aka a bagful, aka 2.5 kilos in weight to send off to Against Breast Cancer's research funding/Africa campaign via Hayloft Plants' freepost address.

There's still time to join in (...

November 25, 2017

Sally was the latest Pewsham Belle to attend a workshop when she tried the Christmas willow crafts day at Denman. As you can see, she not only got her Christmas wreath sorted, she also came home with plenty of other festive decorations. The cute reindeer got an especia...

November 24, 2017

There was a lot of chat and laughter at our monthly meeting last night as everyone got to grips with felted Christmas makes with our resident Crafty Crew!

There was a choice of Christmas puds, stockings or cute gingerbread men decorations, with the shapes pre-cut so t...

November 21, 2017

Now is a good time to pause and reflect on what we've read so far. We've selected 16 books - both classic and contemporary fiction - from a wide variety of genres.

Our top read was A Town Like Alice, closely followed by Rebecca and The Guernsey Literary and Pota...

November 17, 2017

The Theatre Group enjoyed a fabulous evening at the Astoria cinema watching the NT Live production of Follies. A wonderful production and a great budget alternative to going to the theatre.

November 13, 2017

Five Pewsham Belles tackled their first Wiltshire Federation workshop with enthusiasm and impressive results! They joined tutor Annie Mulholland in Broughton Gifford to make their first stained glass windows and were amazed at the number of different techniques and too...

November 12, 2017

Fiona and Pauline did Pewsham Belles proud today when they took part in the Remembrance service and wreath laying ceremony this morning. Our pictures give you a flavour of the town's commemorations and the key part they played representing all four Chippenham's WIs - P...

November 8, 2017

This month the book club reviewed This House is Haunted by John Boyne. We thought it had a strong start which deteriorated into a predictable, unbelievable, and not very frightening tale. Most of us like a seasonal chiller! Everyone was fairly unanimous in their voting...

November 4, 2017

The start of the month saw the Our Town group exploring the streets of Pewsham where they'd researched the soldiers commemorated in the streets in which they live(d). Teresa's story of her great uncle showed there are names yet to be commemorated.

The route started ou...

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