From Jimmy Adams:
Our cat has been missing since Tuesday last week (18/06/19). It is a small black neutered female. Missing from the Rushmead Lane area of South Wraxall, if anyone has any information of her whereabouts please let us know. Jimmy Adams 07977425350
From Jane Shanklin:
I am running a toy and children’s book stall on July 7th at South Wraxall Lodge.
If you have any good quality toys or books, please can you take them along to The Lodge where Vanessa has very kindly offered hto store them until 7th.
Alternatively, I can collect them. Contact number :-
From Timothy Bray:
Big Chiefs Jamboree, Orchard Farm Campsite, Lower South Wraxall
Saturday 22nd June – from 6pm until late
Big Chiefs Jamboree returns for its second year and looks like its going to be a good one with the added bous of sunshine and its promises to be bigger than ever!
This year we have the club bar and a live stage with music by two great bands.
Retrospecs playing groovy organ led classic covers on stage at 7.30pm
and local veterans of the BoA music scene Stray Dogs on stage at 9.30pm playing rock n rolling favourites from the 60’s and 70’s.
Bring your own food for the barbeque.
Donations for musicians.
From Gemma Darby:
We are starting a new weekly yoga course at South Wraxall Village Hall on Wednesday 26th June at 7:30pm for one hour. Introductory price is £6 per session. For more details see the attached leaflet.
Inner peace Yoga
From Jean Atkin;
The weather could not have been more different from the day of our first tea in May. It was cold and wet on Thursday, but our loyal customers turned out to support us yet again.
We were given many delicious cakes and had a good number of willing helpers. People were still drinking tea and eating cake after 5 o’clock. It was a sociable afternoon of prolonged chat between friends and neighbours.
Thank you to our helpers and to all who came and donated so generously. The result was a total of £211 for the upkeep of St James’s Church.
From Jean Atkin:
We extend a warm invitation to you all to join us for Afternoon Tea on Thursday 13th June from 2:00 – 5:00 pm. We will be serving tea, coffee, soft drinks, sandwiches and a variety of delicious cakes.
There is level access into The Longs Chapel and we are able to provide a wheelchair ramp at the main door. We look forward to your company in our beautiful surroundings. All your donations go towards the upkeep of St James’s Church.
If you have time to help on the day or to bake us a cake please ring George Parker on 07778 679202.
From Wiltshire Council:
Wiltshire Council will be closing the road between the 17th June until the 5th July 2019 to undertake highway verge repairs and other associated highway maintenance activities in the area.
The road closures are required due to the narrow nature of the roads in this area and the large machinery required to undertake the works. Work will take place between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Outside of this time the road will be open and accessible.
All closures and diversions will be clearly signed during the works. If we could please ask that you stick to diversion routes as much as possible during the works to allow us to complete the works quickly.
The site team will accommodate access for residents of the road and businesses during the works, however please be aware that on occasions there may be some delays whilst machinery manoeuvres the road.
We will work hard to keep the physical road closure down to the minimum area possible during each working day.
If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact me on 07826 943272 or by email email@example.com.