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Published on April 22, 2014

‘Swimming in the Wylye’ at Warminster Library

HEAR stories of childhoods spent in and around Warminster in the 1950s and 60s at an event being held at Warminster Library. ‘Swimming in the Wylye’ – a free, fun,…

Westbury Choral Society’s spring concert

WESTBURY Choral Society’s Spring Concert will take place at All Saints Parish Church on Saturday 26th April, commencing at 7.30pm. The choir will be conducted by Luke Pickett and accompanied…

Cycle Wiltshire – Two days of cycling fun and excitement

FAMILIES, communities and cycling enthusiasts are being encouraged to participate in a special May Bank Holiday weekend of cycling excitement. Cycle Wiltshire, part of Wiltshire Council’s A Legacy for Wiltshire…

Bratton Jubilee Players ‘Great British Spirit’

THE Jubilee Players present on the 25th and 26th April in the Jubilee Hall, Bratton at 7.00pm – ‘WAR! What is it good for’ in commemoration of the ‘Great British…

White Horse Dog Of The Year 2014

FOLLOWING on from last year’s highly successful White Horse Dog of the Year Competition, Ideal Images Photography are delighted to announce White Horse Dog of the Year 2014. This year’s…

30+ Beers & ciders to try at Griffin Beer Festival

THE Griffin pub in Frome will be hosting its biggest ever beer festival over the May Bank Holiday. There will be over 30 beers and ciders to try from a…

South West’s largest Camera & Photographic Fair

THE Frome Wessex Camera Club will be holding a Camera & Photographic Fair on Sunday 13th April at the Cheese & Grain, Frome. This is the South West’s largest camera…

Foot-tapping evening of music in Westbury

A concert will be held at Westbury Leigh Community Hall on Sunday 13th April at 7.30pm. Kate Howden and Paul Jones are songwriters who travel round the country playing at…

Westbury Choral Society’s spring concert

WESTBURY Choral Society’s Spring Concert will take place at All Saints Parish Church on Saturday 26th April, commencing at 7.30pm. The choir will be conducted by Luke Pickett and accompanied…

Scarecrow Trail in Dilton Marsh

Due to the success of last year, the Friends of Dilton School (FODS) are planning another Scarecrow Trail with this year’s theme being ‘occupations’. If you would like a chance…