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Office Space available in Semington

Office Space available in Semington

          Office space available at the Independent Living Centre in Semington. We currently have a 517 sq ft office available on the first floor, comprised of three small inner offices, and an open plan area. As of the end of July 2017 we will also have a large 743 sq ft read more…


Press Release – Are you Hay Fever Ready?

Press Release – Are you Hay Fever Ready?

      Are you hay fever ready? With the arrival of warmer days, many of us will be looking forward to spending more time outdoors, either in our gardens or local parks. But this time of year also sees the arrival of hay fever – with symptoms including runny eyes and nose; sneezing and itchiness. read more…


Wiltshire Music Connect presents….

Wiltshire Music Connect presents….

Inclusive Music Conference 21st June 2017 – 10am – 4.30pm Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT For more details, please click on the link below:- Inclusive Music Conference To book your place visit:- https://goo.gl/4y2E2a or email: carrie.creamer@Wiltshire.gov.uk  


Comic Relief – Try for Change Fund

Try for change

In partnership with England Rugby, Comic Relief has launched its first funding initiative through the Try for Change fund. In 2016, Comic Relief and England Rugby joined forces to launch the Try for Change Fund. The fund will use rugby union and the rugby union community to deliver social change in England and across the read more…


The M& S Community Energy Fund is back

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The M&S Energy Community Energy Fund is back, with £300,000 to support renewable energy projects and technologies across the UK. Last time around we distributed the money to inspiring organisations, shortlisted from hundreds of entries, that brought the benefits of energy initiatives to their communities. In the end almost 80,000 votes were cast and 25 read more…


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