From Ian Millard:
We are having an extension built at our house in the upper village which has entailed taking down a lot of the existing side wall. We have not been able to reuse most of this stone in the new extension and so it is spare and likely to get taken away for landfill.
It is all Bath stone and includes a number of quoins and other large stones plus a couple of walls of dressed and ordinary rougher stone. If anyone in the village is looking for stone for an extension or outbuilding we are happy for you to have it, but there are a few tonnes so you will need to collect it!
Please call me on 07748335523.
Thanks to George Lodge for this item:
There are a couple of interesting pieces in the most recent Wiltshire Parish Council newsletter.
The first is broadband workshops aimed at hobbyists and sole traders who would like to take their hobby or small business to the next level by learning how to maximise their presence on the internet.
The second is for anyone who fancies a turn being a stone age man or woman at Stonehenge!
Here’s the link to the PDF format newsletter published on 29th September.
From Vicky Brown:
I live in the lower village and go to St Laurence School. I am currently in year 12 and am part of a challenge group that is travelling to Romania in the summer with a charity called People Against Poverty. We are travelling there in order to build a farm complex in a poor region of the country. As part of this challenge group we are asked to raise money for the project and next week will be undertaking a 53 mile sponsored cycle.
If you would like to donate or sponsor me, please contact me either by email or at my home address:
Vicky Brown, 26 Lower South Wraxall
Thank you very much.
Posted in Events
From Laura Lodge:
There are still a few tickets remaining for tomorrow’s event (Saturday 11th October) at the Wiltshire Music Centre, starting at 7:30pm.
Hosted by Peter Addington, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, some of Wiltshire’s finest young musical talent commemorates the role Longleat House played as a relief hospital during the war. It evokes the ‘entertainments’ performed for and by the soldiers, nurses, staff and family.
More details are available here.
From Liz and Rob:
We are looking for friendly and motivated individuals to join our team at the award winning Longs Arms. A passion for food, attention to detail, and great customer service are a must! Previous experience is preferred, but not essential.Own transport is necessary due to location.
Please get in touch if you’re interested! We’d love to hear from you!
The Longs Arms, South Wraxall, Bradford on Avon, BA15 2SB
T: 01225 864450 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Fiona Acheson:
Philip Smyth, Jessica Acheson’s groom, is looking for a room to rent and wondered whether anybody in village has a room available. He is extremely tidy, great company and is also happy to consider helping around the house (odd jobs, house sitting, dog walking etc.) in exchange for the room. Please call Philip on 07547 121529 or Fiona Acheson on 07850 869522 if you can help.