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Volunteer First Responders needed

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South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) was the first Ambulance Trust in the country registered as a NHS Foundation Trust (FT) demonstrating the highest levels of service quality, performance and financial management. Delivering high performing emergency and urgent care and NHS 111 services to the residents and transient population of Cornwall and Isles read more…

Funding Awarded for Positive Activities

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Amazing!! During the last 9 months the sum of £21,869.38 was awarded towards Positive Activities for Young People living in the Warminster Community Area. Thank you to all those who made it possible.

Domestic Abuse Workshops for Young People

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The Young People’s Support Service at Splitz will be running a 6 week group programme for Young People who have witnessed or been affected by Domestic Abuse. The group will be being held at Studley Green Children’s Centre in Trowbridge. Session 1 – Saturday 10th June Session 2 – Saturday 17th June Session 3 – read more…

Wiltshire Council Disability Sports Survey

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Please find a link below to Wiltshire Council’s disability sport survey. Wiltshire Council are keen to hear the views and opinions of individuals with a disability, parents and guardians and partner organisations in relation to the disability sport offer in Wiltshire. The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and responses are read more…

Warminster’s Hidden Heritage

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Research for the new Victoria County History volume covering the Deverills has revealed some more of Warminster’s hidden heritage: Dorothy Treasure (principal buildings historian for Wiltshire Buildings Record based at the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre, Chippenham) uncovered a nearly complete 3-bay early 16th century timber framed house in the High Street, complete with see-saw read more…

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