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Upcoming events (next 30 days)

5 June 2017: Microsoft Excel Basic Training

Monday 05 June 2017, 9:30am – 4:00pm Cost: £70pp for members (£80pp non members) and includes light lunch. Excel is an incredibly useful package and is probably the most flexible of all of the Office suite. “Excel Essentials” is a 1 day ‘helping hand’ course to assist you in getting to grips with the essential read more…

8 June 2017: Defibrillator Training


How confident are you in using a Defibrillator? Did you know that without a defibrillator, survival chances decrease by approximately 10% per minute after a cardiac arrest? There are no warning signs for sudden cardiac arrest, just the realisation that when it happens to someone, treatment is required as fast as possible to provide the read more…

9 June 2017: Corsham Walking Festival 2017

Corsham Walking Festival returns for its fourth year, already a firm fixture for all who love the great outdoors and enjoy Walking Festivals. Corsham is a medieval market town that sits on the fringe of the Cotswolds and at the heart of the beautiful rolling North Wiltshire countryside on paths dating back to Roman times. read more…

13 June 2017: Pewsey Vale Railway Society meeting

Ian Baxter – Part 1: Rescuing the Edwardian Banbury North Signal Box; Part 2: The Marylebone-Oxford Upgrade. Ian returns to present a two-part programme which covers the rescue of the 1899 signal box, and the 2016 upgrade of the alternative line to Oxford. Please note: it is a good idea to check our website just read more…

15 June 2017: Samaritans Recruitment & Information Event

Samaritans is a registered charity whose aim is to alleviate distress and reduce suicide by providing confidential emotional support to anyone struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide. Volunteers are non-judgemental and trained not to give advice but to encourage callers to reach and make decisions for themselves.