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Wiltshire’s Sarsen Stones
A Canadian friend came to stay and, since they were a Neo-pagan, I decided to show them Avebury stone circle, a favourite place of mine. This didn’t go exactly to plan. For a start they were most upset because some Early Medieval people had decided to build their village on a sacred site.
Keen runner Michelle White is Doing it for Dan.
Known by everyone as Chelle, Michelle is in training for a gruelling 48 hour challenge to run more than 251 miles on a treadmill. The aim? To raise £4,800 for charity.
windon Borough Council’s Cabinet approves plans for Cultural Quarter in the town centre.
Cabinet members met last night (Wed 20th Oct) to discuss the proposals and gave the go-ahead to building the cultural quarter on the Kimmerfields regeneration site. The site lies between the railway station and opposite the former Debenhams building on Fleming Way.
Great news for children in North Swindon who love singing, dancing and acting with a new performing arts class for North Swindon. The class will start at the Great Western Academy on Thursday November 5th.
Kimmerfields for Swindon’s new Cultural Quarter – or looks that way anyway.
Exciting plans to rejuvenate the arts in Swindon could get a huge boost next week. Why? It’s when members of Swindon Borough Council’s Cabinet decide on where to build a brand new cultural quarter.
Why use original photography in your business? It’s a good question and one that professional photographer Neil Moore answers in this blog.
He’s urging business owners to consider the power of using original images in their marketing.
10th October 2020 The Elim Medi Heel Callous Peel is Perfection Well listeners - what a delightful experience I've enjoyed today with Pavlina at the Perfection Hair Salon in Moredon. My feet have been the happy recipient of an Elim medi heel callous peel. If you're...
Now the news that CityFibre chooses Swindon isn’t what you’d call new news. I doubt very much it’s news to anyone but me. But I’ve recently joined Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce as part of my earning-a-crust-activities. And at one of the recent online meetings I met Neil Madle, a city manager with CityFibre – so I’ve heard about them now!
A Wiltshire recording studio has turned up the volume on its business by launching a new website.
Royal Wootton Bassett-based Studio 6, operating since 2002, commissioned the new website from DMJ Computer Services.
The site showcases Studio 6’s impressive setup. The studio has the latest equipment for producing quality musi recordings from pop to metal and jazz funk to blues. And even rap.
5th October 2020 Latest news from The Platform Project ENTREPRENEUR JAMES PHIPPS BECOMES CHAIRMAN OF THE PLATFORM PROJECT Swindon youth development firm, The Platform Project has named Swindon entrepreneur James Phipps as their Chairman.Following a 12-month...