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Well known popular TV antique expert, Paul Martin, will be sharing his knowledge and experience with Swindon residents on Monday 19th February. He’s going to be hosting a free community valuation day at STEAM.
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR WINS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE SWINDON COMMUNITY. Fi Da Silva Adams, founder of Swindon and Wiltshire’s leading performing arts company for children and young people, Revolution Performing Arts, has won an award for Outstanding Contribution to the Community.
TAKE APPRENTICESHIPS EVEN MORE SERIOUSLY. That’s the rallying cry of accountant Emma Skinner an associate director at accountancy firm Haines Watts Swindon as she calls for a more holistic approach to apprenticeships.
Swindon charities put spotlight on mental health for national Time To Talk Day. Tell us what you mean’ is the message from a group of Swindon charities, coming together on Thursday 1st February to mark national Time to Talk Day.
LOUISE HUNT SKELLEY COMMENTATING AT PARALYMPICS. Former British wheelchair tennis player Louise Hunt Skelley PLY will be sharing her expertise commentating at this year’s Paralympic Games hosted in Paris.
ALLERGY campaigner and food entrepreneur Julianne Ponan MBE is heading to Swindon. Why so? Well to be the keynote speaker at an open business networking event hosted by the BusinessWise, business networking group.
The not-for-profit business group, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, is holding an open event for business owners and directors. It’s on from 6.30pm at Basset Down Complex, off j16, Swindon on Tuesday February 6.
On the Southwest Business Awards Shortlists we have, in no particular order: Dave Southby, Fiona Da Silva Adams, Rob Curtis and Claire Brewerton.
Here are details of an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 Swindon.
Saturday 27th January at 12 midday at the Friends Meeting House, Eastcott Hill, SN1 3JF. There, there’ll be a gathering for remembrance, reflection, readings, and hope.
Swindon’s popular Festival of Tomorrow returns with its biggest ever programme of activities and events next month. It’s back with loads of free experiences to keep families and adults entertained during the half-term break.
Sitting on Regent Circus, on the the opposite side to Rudi’s, and on the site of the forty-year-old ‘temporary’ library, lies Swindon central library. Designed council architects Nic Newland and Tony Currivan its 71, 405 bricks and 18, 415 roof tiles cost the princely sum of £10, 214, 930.00. Princess Anne performed the official opening of the library on 22nd May 2009.