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Amesbury Councillors cross “The Pond”


Amesbury Massachusetts celebrates the 350th Anniversary of its Incorporation in May this year. An invitation has just been extended to our Town Councillors to attend this historic event. Two representatives have booked to go. The trip will be entirely privately funded by them: this year’s Deputy Mayor Richard Allen and Councillor Paddy his wife. They read more…

Take part in our walking sport survey.

Take part in our walking sport survey.

We are currently looking at launching some Walking Sport programmes. Please take the time to read the brief description of each activity below and fill in this short survey to help us determine interest and future development Walking Netball is a slower version of the game of netball delivered in partnership with England Netball. The read more…

Active Wiltshire is now live on Facebook

Active Wiltshire

Find out about exciting leisure, sports development, health and physical activity programmes provided by us across the county.  Like and share Active Wiltshire Facebook page.  

Community Transport South Wiltshire

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Local Salisbury based charity CTSW (Community Transport South Wiltshire) has for over twenty years provided community transport around Salisbury and surrounding areas. The charity focuses on providing door‐to‐door transport for people who would otherwise find it difficult to out and about, providing social development and help relieving loneliness and isolation. Our services operate mainly Monday read more…



I’m contacting community groups to let them know about the rolling Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme. My hope is you can share this information with groups seeking funding for local projects in your area. There are currently no grant applications in for the Amesbury region for the May/June voting round, so any eligible groups read more…