South West block management firm, Fraser Allen Estate Management, are sponsoring an International Women’s Day afternoon tea & networking event on Wednesday 8th March.
I’ve been meaning to get to this one for a while now – an introduction to the MIT community engagement officer, Dan Fishlock.
Charities from across Swindon are coming together on Thursday 2nd February to hold Swindon’s Biggest Conversation
SWINDON will mark HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY at 12 noon on Friday 27 JANUARY 2023
South Swindon Parish Council has been welcoming visitors to an enchanting festive experience like no other. It’s in Swindon’s beautiful Town Gardens and, for the last two weeks, has had outstanding reviews. There’s spectacular, brand-new installations for 2022 . And with a cosy Christmas village around the bandstand, the event promises visitors the perfect evening to celebrate the season.
Funding Continues for Swindon Veterans. With much pleasure, Voluntary Action Swindon is announcing it’s received funding for a second year from the Veteran’s Foundation. With that VAS can continue employing our Veteran Support Navigator, Katie Linstead.
Former Paralympian and elite tennis player Louise Hunt PLY became an ambassador for Wiltshire Air Ambulance earlier this year. From that she believes working with the charity has opened her eyes to the need for such an emergency service.
The Redcliffe Art Collective – Well! This week it’s been all about art for Born Again Swindonian. On Wednesday evening myself and Linda Kasmaty went to a happening at St Barnabas’ church in Gorse Hill – apropos the amazing paintings in there. I’ve not yet got round to blogging about that. It’s on my list.
Swindon-based Revolution Performing Arts (RPA) has more than 2,000 summer Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF) places available. The places are for young people aged between four and 18 years.
Poppy’s charity doggy paddle – Swimmers taking part in one of the swim calendar’s most popular events will once again have a four-legged contestant to compete against.
So! The Swindogs are coming! ‘What are?’ I hear you cry. Swindogs is what! Like the one you see below:
Well – when I say like the one in the image – not quite. For a start, the scale of that one is not unlike the Goodie’s Kitten Kong. Yep – there I go again with my antediluvian references.
The county of Wiltshire celebrates Wiltshire Day on the 5th June. Never heard of it? Read on!
The British county flags website tells us that the reason for the day is to commemorate the date, in 2007, when the Great Bustard flag first flew on County Hall in Trowbridge.