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90,000 Household Enquiry Forms returned – have you responded yet?

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Nearly 90,000 of you have responded to our Household Enquiry Forms within a fortnight! The election canvass started on Friday 4 August, with 213,000 Household Enquiry Forms being delivered to each residential property in Wiltshire. Within a fortnight, 40% of households have responded and nearly 60% of those returns were made online or by text read more…

Come and discuss the future of Adult Social Care in the Corsham Area

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You are invited to attend an interactive meeting, hosted by the Corsham Area Health and Wellbeing Group, to discuss the local transformation of adult social care. It will take place in the Brunel Room, Springfield Community Campus, Corsham on Monday 11th September between 3pm and 4pm. We are particularly interested in hearing from: • People read more…

Never too old to play football!

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Walking Football is to start at leafy Lane Playing Fields, Box, SN13 0JY from the 14th September. It will run from 1.30pm to 2.30pm every Thursday followed by refreshments. The first 4 sessions are free and then there is a £2 charge per session. If you would like to find out more then contact Bob read more…

‘Heat and Eat’ – Sign up for free at Springfield Campus

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Re: Free Places Available on Healthy Cooking Course, 7th,14th and 21st Sep 2017 Following the success of running two free cookery workshops at the Corsham Community Campus in Sep 2016, Corsham Health and Wellbeing Group will now be offering free additional sessions this September on a first come, first serve basis. In Sep 2016, the read more…

Helping Wiltshire Council meet the challenges ahead

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Invitation to voice your views at interactive public meetings Wiltshire Council is hosting a series of interactive meetings to discuss the challenges that the council is facing and the impact that these could have. The council currently spends £900 million each year on more than 300 services and has recently agreed a plan to deliver read more…