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Cream tea and Prosecco for Melksham’s WI

MEMBERS of Melksham WI enjoyed a cream tea and Prosecco evening for their meeting on Wednesday 18th July. They also had a quiz and were entertained by some of the members…

Shaw & Whitley Report for July

This month our speaker was from the Dorset & Wiltshire Children’s Hospices.  The Hospice at Devizes is dedicated to children with life-limiting conditions. It provides free specialist care for around…

Atworth Camera June Meeting

A talk entitled “My Photographic Journey” saw Kate Aston, who is taking a degree in photography with the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) sharing some of her experiences with Atworth…

Avon Bowls Club mid-summer news

Firstly, Avon Bowls members were saddened to learn of the death last week of a much-loved member 79-year-old Ted Lowton. Ted had regularly played at Avon for many years and…

Seend Royal British Legion to be represented at WW1 commemorations in Belgium

Members of the Seend branch of the Royal British Legion are to join thousands of veterans on a pilgrimage of Remembrance to the World War 1 battlefields, culminating in a…

Volunteers needed for Age UK

AGE UK Wiltshire are in need of volunteers in the Melksham area to support their services and make a difference to the lives of local older people. There are three…

Volunteers needed at ArtHouse Café

THE ArtHouse Café is on the look out for more volunteers. The popular café in the Market Place is run by Melksham Rotary and raises money for a range of…

Pork Pie Cycling Club aiming for gold

The lure of the Golden Jersey has finally beckoned Jenny Dalton from Seend  into signing up to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats again. This time, she will be…

New members join the pride!

PRESIDENT of Melksham Lions, Jim Whyborn, enjoyed his first official duty at the first meeting of the year by welcoming two new members. Jim Whyborn, who has recently been made president…

New president for Rotary Club

MELKSHAM Rotary Club has appointed Bruce Sanders as their new president, taking over from Verly Ives. The club says, “The new Rotary year started on 1st July, and after two years…