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Upcoming events (next 30 days)
1 September 2017: BRIDGE LESSONS
BRIDGE LESSONS Lessons for Absolute Beginners, Improvers & Intermediate New courses start September 2017 Practice sessions also available Marlborough Area No Partner needed Friendly relaxed atmosphere Please contact Andy Hill for further details & Availability Tel : – 01380 724725 email@example.com www.bridgewebs.com/bfamarlborough Bridge is utterly compulsive once it has got hold of you. It isn’t read more…
2 September 2017: Melksham Food & River Festival
Come to the King George V Park Melksham, on September 2nd and 3rd from 10:30am for a free entry weekend of delicious food and watery activities. Attractions on Saturday include the Wiltshire Outdoor Learning Team’s climbing wall, the Cooper Tires’ Wire Challenge, hot food stalls, soft drinks, and children’s activities. The Foxhangers Raft Race has read more…
2 September 2017: Bradenstoke’s Got Talent
The Cross Keys Inn Presents… BRADENSTOKE’S GOT TALENT! There are some big funds up for grabs! Saturday 2nd September 3:00-7:00PM Raising money for the Brighter Futures Radiotherapy Appeal and the Alzheimer’s Society. Food, Drink, Raffle and a Live Band in the evening. For more information please contact Melissa on firstname.lastname@example.org
3 September 2017: Royal Wootton Bassett & District Rotary Club Car Boot Sale
Don’t miss this well attended Rotary Charity Car Boot near Lydiard Park. A grand afternoon out for all and an opportunity to grab some bargains. The Rotary Club of Royal Wootton Bassett & District will be serving burgers, hot dogs and bacon butties all day. Tea, coffee and cakes will be available, plus ice creams. read more…
7 September 2017: Carer Support Group
Do you look after someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s? Our support groups offer you space to talk in a safe environment about your experiences of caring for someone with dementia. The group provides an opportunity to share information, provide coping strategies, give advice and support with other carers. Attendance is free. This is for carers read more…