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July 27, 2019

We welcomed Rob Head, a volunteer guide at Westonbirt to our main meeting this month. It was an appropriate choice (despite the record breaking heat!) as 2019 marks the Forestry Commission's (recently renamed Forestry England) hundredth birthday and local-to-us Westonb...

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 24, 2019

July's Our Town visit saw our Belles travelling back in time to the Victorian School at Sevington. Carolyne Carter (via Facebook) reports:

"Michelle and I had a lovely afternoon. We had to eat cake (or we would have been punished like the notice says!!). Michelle got...

July 22, 2019

Our theatre group helped themselves to a double portion of visits this month and enjoyed two completely different productions and settings...


... First up was The Handlebards' production of The Tempest on a gorgeous evening in the lovely outdoor setting of the Almshous...

July 16, 2019

A new venue for the Crafty Crew this month with Steph kindly acting as hostess for the evening and everyone enjoyed making felted pictures this time round.

Steph's top tip is to use a favourite photo or picture as the basis for the felted version. She also provided pl...

July 11, 2019

For August's Book Club read, we're trying something a little different. May I present... The Pewsham Belles Reading Challenge - a baker's dozen!

Your next read is up to you! Choose a book which fits one of the categories listed below. Easy or hard; completely new to y...

July 10, 2019

Another great evening with the book club ladies, where we discussed The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead and had very mixed reviews. Some found the book hard to engage with, both because of the subject matter and the writing style. Scores ranged from 3 to 8 out...

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...

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March 29, 2020