Wiltshire Council is working with the Devizes and Pewsey Community Area Partnerships because Wiltshire Council has to make savings in running public transport, and partly to trial long standing suggestions for improvements over the next year.
The opportunity has been taken to improve the bus/rail connections to Pewsey Station from Devizes. All villages in the new catchment areas will continue to be served. The savings are unavoidable but the improvements should balance out the savings.
Wiltshire Council are keen to hear the views of interested parties that will benefit from these bus services. There is still time to adapt the services to meet real travel needs. This is your chance to say what you think of the changes.
The proposal, questionnaire and background document are available from the following link http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/council/consultations.htm
Also I only received this today – a bit short notice I’m afraid…….
Have your say:
Drop in Session in Pewsey Tuesday 11th November from 2.30 pm to 8.00pm at Bouverie Hall Pewsey.
Presentation and Public Meeting Wednesday 12th November
7.00pm Corn Exchange Devizes
Passenger Transport Development Officer,
Passenger Transport Unit
Telephone: 01225 718511
Fax: 01225 713317
Call to Duty vividly brings to life the bravery of ordinary soldiers who fought for us in the First World War. This short play merges modern ‘virtual’ war games with the shocking reality of the trenches and uses humour and tragedy to take actors and audiences on an emotional, thought provoking journey.
9th November at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey two shows 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
Tickets from: www.pvads.net or phone 07977 561958 or 01672 810346
The series of talks to be held in aid of St Mary’s Church Alton Barnes are now sold out.
Thanks to all who have bought tickets. See this link for details http://user48641.vs.easily.co.uk/?p=738
Download the poster for more details
click here Halloween 2014
I have been very lucky to have been sailing with my friend Dylan this summer. You may enjoy a little video he has put on Youtube that captures some of the magic of the trip.
SUNDAY 12TH OCTOBER 2014
Come and catch up with friends & neighbours for a celebration of another harvest safely home.
Church Service at 6.00pm
Informal Harvest Supper in the Village Hall from 7.15pm – everyone welcome!
£7.50 per head for a harvest supper & donation bar available
Auction of Autumn produce
100 Club draw for August, September and October – will your lucky numbers bear fruit this time?!
Tickets for supper available from:
Hilary Roots on 851426, Aubrey Newman on 852246 , Rachael Schneider 851362
Please look at the poster attached.
Harvest Festival 2014