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Christmas Poultry Auction At Frome Market

Annual Public Auction Sale
of
Dressed And Long Legged
Christmas Poultry
at
The Agricultural Centre,
Frome Market, Standerwick, BA11 2QB
on
Thursday 20th December 2018
Commencing at 11.00 a.m.
Viewing from 10.00 a.m.
For all enquiries, telephone 01373 831010 (3).

Carols At The Bell & Crown, Warminster

Warminster Baptist Church
is hosting
Carols
at
The Bell And Crown,
Deverill Road, Warminster
on
Sunday 9th December 2018
7.00 p.m.

Coffee Morning At Warminster United Church

Coffee Morning
Cakes and Bring & Buy Stall
at
Warminster United Church
George Street, Warminster, BA12 8QA
on
Saturday 8th December 2018
10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Proceeds to Riding For The Disabled.

Shaftesbury Christmas Market

Shaftesbury Christmas Market
on
Sunday 16th December 2018
10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Massive market in Shaftesbury,
filling the streets from one end
of the town to the other.
Probably the biggest and busiest
Christmas Market in Dorset.

Tiz The Season In Tisbury

Tiz The Season In Tisbury
at
High Street, Tisbury, SP3 6HD
on
Saturday 8th December 2018
11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

40 Food and Craft Stalls
from the
Anonymous Travelling Market.
Santa in his Grotto
(12 noon to 3.00 p.m.)
Carols led by Mark James
and the St. John's Choir
at 3.30 p.m.
Mulled wine, cider,
hot dogs and pizzas.

Wilton & District Band Christmas Concert

Wilton & District Band
Christmas Concert
at
Wilton Community Centre,
West Street, Wilton, SP2 0DZ
on
Sunday 9th December 2018
3.00 p.m.
Free admission.
Refreshments and Raffle.
Retiring Collection.

Wren House Christmas Fete, Warminster


Wren House Christmas Fete
on
Saturday 15th December 2018
2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Come and join us for
Mince Pies, Mulled Wine and Christmas Songs.
Visit from Santa
(£2, includes a child's gift).
Prize Raffle with great prizes including
Whitehall Gift Card, 
Dents Voucher and a Food Hamper.

Wren House,
32 Vicarage Street, Warminster, BA12 8JF. 

A Christmas Carol At St. Margaret's Church, Corsley


Chapterhouse Theatre Company
present
A Christmas Carol
by
Charles Dickens
at
St. Margaret's Church, Corsley, BA12 7QE
on
Thursday 6th December 2018
7.30 p.m.
Doors open at 6.30 p.m.

Festive mince pie and glass of wine
on arrival.

Adults £15, Child £10
Family (2 adults, 2 children) £45

Tickets and information from
The Elizabethan Playhouse
Telephone: 01373 832113
email: office@theelizabethanplayhouse.com


B3414 At Norton Bavant Will Be Closed For Eight Weeks While Work Is Carried Out On Skew Bridge

Tuesday 4th December 2018:

 The B3414, between Norton Bavant
and Heytesbury, will be closed for
eight weeks from 14th January 2019
so that improvements can be made to
Skew Bridge.

 Presumably, a diversion will operate
via Bishopstrow and Sutton Veny.

 Photographs taken by Danny Howell
on Tuesday 4th December 2018.

Plastic Bottle Christmas Tree Highlights Community Litter Pick In Warminster

Tuesday 4th December 2018:

Plastic Bottle Christmas Tree Highlights Community Litter Pick In Warminster

A member of Warminster Town Council staff has made an eight foot high Christmas tree from empty plastic bottles. Sally Ward made the tree entirely in her own time to highlight the Warminster community litter pick.

The tree is called “The Salvaged Spruce”. It took over a month to make and contains around 200 empty bottles. Town Councillors have been hugely impressed with the tree and have praised Sally for her hard work and inspiring creation. 
The message of the tree is about the importance of the environment and the need for people to reduce their use of materials, particularly plastic, and to encourage reuse and recycling. The tree is currently on display in the Warminster Civic Centre and will soon be moved to the Parish Church of St. Denys (The Minster) as part of their Christmas Tree Festival.

 'The Salvaged Spruce', 
made of plastic bottles by Sally Ward.

The community litter picks are usually held on the first Saturday of every month and target a different part of Warminster each time. All the litter pickers, be they members of the public, Councillors or Council staff, are volunteers. Anyone is welcome to join the litter pick team. The next litter pick will be on Saturday 2nd February 2019. Further details will be posted on Warminster Town Council’s website and Facebook page or you can register with the Council to get an email alert.

Cancer Research UK Warminster Group Sale


Cancer Research UK Warminster Group
Sale
at
Warminster Park Community Hall,
Lake Pleasure Grounds (Town Park),
Weymouth Street, Warminster, BA12 9NP
on
Tuesday 4th December 2018
9.30 a.m. to 12 noon

New & Preloved Goods, Collectables,
CDs, DVDs, etc.

All items on our Christmas Table ~ only 50p each!

Refreshments. Free Admission.

Warminster Town Councillors Choose Three Schemes To Fund

Thursday 29th November 2018:

Warminster Town Councillors Choose Three Schemes To Fund.

Warminster Town Councillors have selected their top three projects for funding by the Town Council’s share of the Community Infrastructure Levy.


The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a sum paid by developers on new housing developments in Warminster. 75% of the money goes to Wiltshire Council and 25% goes to Warminster Town Council.

The three projects chosen by Town Councillors are:
• Enhancement of skatepark facilities in the Lake Pleasure Grounds (Town Park).
• Upgrading of the paddling pool in the Lake Pleasure Grounds (Town Park).
• Additional minor highways improvements in Warminster.


Councillor Chris Robbins, Chairman of Warminster Town Council’s Finance and Assets Committee said: “The purpose of the Community Infrastructure Levy is to help address the demands that development places on Warminster. These three projects will be visible and tangible and wouldn’t realistically be funded from other resources without a contribution from the Community Infrastructure Levy. I am pleased that local people will be able to see positive benefits from new housing being built locally. Once these projects get underway and we receive more CIL funding, we will consider what next to add to the short list.”

Mark's News, Warminster, Collecting Toys And Treats For Bath Cats And Dogs Home

Thursday 29th November 2018:


Mark at Mark's News, 27 George Street, Warminster, BA12 8QB, is collecting toys and treats for the dogs and cats at Bath Cats And Dogs Home this Christmas. He is also collecting treats for the staff and volunteers at the Home, to thank them for all the hard work they do throughout the year. Mark is also donating 10% from every pet item he sells in the shop to the same cause. People can drop off toys and treats at Mark's News up until Wednesday 19th December 2018, after which he will take them to the Cats And Dogs Home at the Avenue, Claverton Down, Bath. Mark can be contacted by telephoning 01985 218886.

Warminster Skatepark given £20,000 Boost

Thursday 29th November 2018:

Warminster Skatepark Given £20,000 Boost.

Plans for the Community Skatepark in the Lake Pleasure Grounds (Town Park) Warminster, have been given a significant boost by the award of a £20,000 grant by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund.


The Armed Forces Covenant Fund gives grants to projects that will benefit the armed forces and the community. The award is particularly welcome as the Armed Forces Covenant say funding is limited, so they will only be able to fund the very best projects.

Councillor Chris Robbins, Chairman of Warminster Town Council’s Finance and Assets Committee said: “I am delighted that we have been awarded this funding. The armed forces are a very important part of the Warminster Community. We have a track record of engagement and partnership working. We have a real understanding of the issues and pressures on armed forces families, particularly children. The skatepark will be used to promote integration between military and civilian families This funding boost is a huge vote of confidence in the project to provide a new skatepark.”