Hand over £12, man involved in £50k cannabis farm told

A man involved running a cannabis factory at a rural farm which could have produced more than £50,000 in drugs has been ordered to hand over £12.28p. Handyman Stephen James, 56, set up and equipped two shipping containers so they could be used for the ...

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Bradford on Avon carolers ready to hit pub trail

Carolers in Bradford on Avon kick off their annual pub singing trail on Sunday. The choir will sing in pubs across the town. The first pub sing-a-long will be at the Dandy Lion, on Market Street, on Sunday from 4pm. Visit www.bradfordonavoncarols.info Thi...

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Lorry Watch Prosecutions December

LATEST LORRY WATCH PROSECUTIONS Wiltshire Council v MGF (Trench Construction Systems) Ltd – Fine £500, costs £200, Victim surcharge £50 Wiltshire Council v Bartrums Haulage and Storage Ltd – fine £700, costs £200, Victim surcharge £70

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Getting Bradford on Avon tourism back on agenda

The tourism information centre in Bradford on Avon could make a comeback next month when the town council asks residents what they would like to see happen for tourism in the town. The centre closed because of a shortage of money at the end of October. Sh...

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Bradford on Avon school goes solar thanks to fundraising

Fitzmaurice Primary School can pride itself on being environmentally friendly after the installation of 46 new solar panels. The panels went on the roof of the Bradford on Avon school over half term, and at an assembly last Friday, those involved in the n...

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Anger at grass left to rot in Bradford on Avon

Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust says its volunteers have been left to clear up the mess in North Meadow on Pound Lane that’s been left behind by Wiltshire Council contractors. The group of 20 volunteers have had two clean ups and gathered more than ...

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BoA Computer Club

I would like to draw attention to the excellent, very experienced voluntary tutors who give their time every Monday afternoon from 2.00pm – 4.00pm at the Bradford on Avon Library.. I am personally indebted to the help I have received over the weeks ...

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Job: Part Time Work During Term Time

Lerwill Entertainment LLP is currently recruiting for 1 part time person to help with the marketing & telesales of Farmer Tim Stories. Hours can be flexible around school hours. Full training is given and the role is home based. Please feel free to lo...

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Bradford is hoping for a rethink on its plans

Following Wiltshire Council’s announcement that Bradford on Avon would be removed from the community campus programme, Jim Lynch from the town’s Community Area Network says he is still hopeful that an alternative will be found. Mr Lynch has been heavi...

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Bradford on Avon hub is due to open soon

Progress on the planned community hub in Bradford on Avon means the facility could now be open in January. From left are Sue Glanville, Peter Dunford, steering group chairman Cllr Laurie Brown, Sue Lowther and John Hutchinson The Hub@BA15 centre will be i...

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Funding for computer equipment

If you are looking for computer equipment to help people get online, learn how to send emails or use the internet to help them in their everyday lives then Wiltshire Council’s Wiltshire Online project may be able to help. The Area Boards and Wiltshire O...

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Bradford crisis squad formed for emergency help

A recruitment campaign has been launched in Bradford on Avon, to enlist community emergency volunteers for civil emergencies such as flooding. Paul Robertson, who is leading the recruitment drive, hopes 30 people will sign up to provide additional “boot...

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20splentyboa need you!!

20’s Plenty Where People Live Bradford on Avon SHAM SCRUTINY Unless we respond quickly and vocally 20mph in Bradford could become a distant dream. We have just read the shameful scrutiny report released this week by the 20mph scrutiny task group at ...

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Anger at state of town roads

Resident complains over failure to clear out drains and gullies ROADS in Bradford on Avon are being left to degenerate says angry Tom Mercer, who has complained to Wiltshire Council about how the drains and gullies in his road remain uncleared. Mr Mercer,...

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Crime down in Bradford, board told

CRIME is down by nearly a quarter in Bradford on Avon in a year, according to figures for the town’s Area Board meeting on Wednesday. A police update says overall crime is 22.4 per cent lower than the same period last year, while house burglaries had dr...

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Fun and practical Mandarin lessons for children and adults

Native Chinese speaker, fluent in English. I have been a teacher for the last 13 years teaching English and Mandarin. I offer Mandarin lessons with fun and practical teaching methods to children and adults at a very affordable rate, catering for your need...

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Bradford on Avon Author Reinvents the Gothic Novel

Peter Foreman, of Bradford on Avon, launches his dramatic novel ‘Pisuktuk the Wanderer’ on 14th November 2014, available on Amazon. The sinister book brings a startling twenty-first century twist to Mary Shelley’s famous gothic novel, &#...

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Job: Full-time Office / Project Administrator

Varn Media is a unique company that combines website development with search engine marketing, digital marketing, PR and website statistical analysis. Our aim is always to make our clients’ websites and sales channels more profitable and out perform the...

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AskBoA: Have you seen Boris the tortoise?

A Bradford on Avon family has renewed an appeal for missing tortoise, Boris. The tortoise has been missing since July 15. Anyone who can help should contact owner Heather Clark on 07545 550671. This is Wiltshire

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Financial difficulties shut Tourist Information Centre

THE Tourist Information Centre in Bradford on Avon has closed its doors to the public due to financial difficulties. Town councillors were told on Tuesday that the Tourism Association held an extraordinary general meeting last Thursday at which it was agr...

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Christmas lights switch-on date

Bradford on Avon’s Christmas lights switch-on is Friday, November 21, at 6pm in Westbury Gardens. Late night shopping follows until 8pm. It marks the start of the Festival of Christmas 2014, including choirs, entertainment, Santa’s grotto and a Santa ...

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Lorry Watch Sept and Oct. Prosecutions

8th September 2014 Wiltshire Council v Kenneth Howley Transport Ltd  (West Yorkshire) Fine = £650    Costs = £200   VS = 65 Wiltshire Council v DHL Supply Chain Ltd (Milton Keynes) Fine = £1800    Costs = £500   VS = £65 20th October 2014 ...

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Be Creative Fair

The Be Creative Fair is a new Arts & Crafts event for Bradford on Avon. Alongside showcasing a wide range of artists and makers original works and crafts to enjoy and buy; there will be some “learn how to” workshops as well. For everyone who enjoy...

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Bradford on Avon families call for end to parking nightmare

Residents who live next to Wiltshire Music Centre and St Laurence School say they are running out of options to stop cars blocking their driveways. People living in Churches say they have seen an increase in drivers causing havoc in the road that leads to...

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Huge response to waste collection consultation

More than15,000 residents have had their say on the future of kerbside garden waste collection, the most responses ever to a Wiltshire Council consultation. The consultation, which began on 1 July 2014, asked residents to have their say on the future of k...

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The Town Council Needs You? Tackle graffiti.

The Town Council wants to tackle the problem of graffiti in the Town and is setting up a Task Force Group of volunteers to remove it. Would you be interested in joining to keep the Town looking at its best? Materials and training will be provided to all v...

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Bradford on Avon fireworks night under threat

Bradford on Avon’s annual fireworks display is at risk of cancellation this year if the committee does not find more members to help organise the popular event. Every year, the BOA Fireworks Committee – made up of parents of pupils attending Chris...

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Nominate Bradford's outstanding citizen

Bradford on Avon Town Council is calling for nominations for the annual Town Achievement Award. It is presented to a town resident who has given outstanding service to the community during the previous year, in a private or public capacity. Email the town...

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Job: Looking for twice monthly cleaner

Can you recommend a cleaner who is reliable capable and thorough. Perhaps you have someone helping you who needs extra hours – maybe you’re moving away or downsizing and don’t require as much help. Be grateful if you could give me a call...

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BoA Lorry watch facing cutbacks

Bradford on Avon’s Lorry Watch scheme faces drastic cutbacks as it becomes a victim of its own success, unless the town council can step in. Lorry Watch currently runs all year thanks to about 40 volunteers who take shifts on the Town Bridge, tallying v...

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Hope of longer Post Office hours in Bradford

Post Office hours in Bradford on Avon will be longer if the decision for a new open-plan branch goes ahead. Winsley Road Post Office, located in the Co-op store, currently has a separate screened counter but the proposed changes will see it replaced with ...

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Found: Childs bicycle

A childs 2 wheeled bicycle has been left by my gate for a few days…. prob for a 4-6 year old… contact me if you have lost one…. blue in colour. Add a comment below, as no contact number was sent with this post.

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BoA club aims to sail into record books

It will be a battle of the boats on Sunday as Bradford on Avon Sailing Club take part in a Guinness World Record attempt. The club, behind the Beehive in Trowbridge Road, is one of about 750 taking part in Bart’s Bash to set a record of The Largest Sail...

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Big plans to give Freshford Mill a new lease of life

The unfinished houses at Freshford Mill will finally now be finished, after the development was bought by a firm with local links. Work there stopped several years ago when the previous developer, Ypres Rose Developments Ltd, went into administration. The...

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Housing Needs & Business Survey

The Housing and Business Needs survey is ongoing, with a closing date of 19th September (this Friday). If you are resident or business owner in Bradford on Avon, please remember to fill it in (we need as many responses as possible) and remind your friends...

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Bradford on Avon artist's work takes off in the USA

A painting created during the 2012 floods in Bradford on Avon has been chosen to tour America. Mother Care, by Trowbridge artist Tanya Achilleos, depicts a moorhen and her babies in the reeds on the River Avon, shortly before being washed away in floods. ...

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Bruce Munro lights up Wiltshire Music Centre

As the doors open for the autumn/winter season at Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford on Avon audiences will notice quite a few changes – most notably the spectacular new light sculpture, Rhythm and Blues by the internationally renowned artist Bruce Munr...

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Tour of Britain: Bradford on Avon celebrates

Flags were flying and crowds were cheering as the Tour of Britain raced through the streets of Bradford on Avon this morning. The 120 riders tackled Winsley Hill, before speeding through the village and down in Bradford, where hundreds of people lined Mas...

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Jonathan Hewat

Broadcaster and author Jonathan Hewat has died following a fall at his home in Bradford on Avon. He was 75. He was a well-known broadcaster, lectured in “Handling the Media” internationally and had a colourful career in which he published books on the...

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BoA's Rosie Upton Album Launch

Rosie Upton’s new album Basket of Oysters recorded at WildGoose Studios on the Village Pump label is due for release at the end of October. A concert launch is being held at St Margaret’s Hall in Bradford on Avon on the evening of 29 October and will ...

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Houses for Bradford on Avon get nod in spite of fears

Concerns about safety and overcrowding fell on deaf ears this week as Wiltshire Council approved plans for 10 new houses and an access road in Bradford on Avon. Plans for the 0.33-hectare site on Winsley Road include the demolition of two houses to be rep...

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The Tour of Britain 2014 comes to Bradford on Avon

The Tour of Britain ride goes through Bradford on Avon at approximately 10.50 on the 12th September. In Westbury Gardens there will be stalls all day and there will be displays by M.A.D. (Mountainbike Ariel Display Stunt Team) in the afternoon between 4pm...

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Part Time Work During Term Time

IT Focus are currently recruiting for 2 part time telemarketers. Hours can be flexible around school hours i.e. 9 – 2.30 / 9.15 – 2.45 etc and we’re more than happy for successful candidates to only work during school terms. Pay rate is ...

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Job: IT Telemarketer £18000 pa Plus commission.

IT Focus is seeking to employ enthusiastic members of staff and grow our well established Telemarketing Team. IT Focus specialize in conducting cold calls within the IT sector on behalf of our customers to promote Services, Solutions and Support. The main...

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2014 Walking Festival is this weekend!

The 3rd BoA Walking Festival is taking place this weekend – 5th, 6th & 7th September, so there’s only a few days to go to. Tickets are selling really well, so don’t miss out. The 2 Tunnels Walk on Saturday is already fully booked and the...

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Lorry Watch: 5 Prosecutions for August 2014

The following cases were heard at Swindon Magistrates Court. Hopkins Concrete Ltd – fine £200, costs £100, Victim surcharge £20 Grafton Merchanting GB Ltd – fine £400, costs £200, VS £20 David Mead (driver) – fine £100, costs £10...

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AskBoA: Teens to the Barre!

Did you give up ballet when you were younger and want to return, without joining a class with younger pupils? Or would you like to try ballet, but think you have left it too late? Maybe you are studying for GCSE or A level dance and want to improve your d...

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The biggest bicycle in the world?

We need about 200 people to take part in an amazing spectacle designed to promote Bradford on Avon, as the Tour of Britain comes through the town on Friday 12 September. BAFTA-winning set designer Bill Laslett has designed a 20 x 50-metre (HUGE) cycle ‘...

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Help Plan The Future of Bradford on Avon

Bradford on Avon Town Council needs your help to find out about the housing and business needs of the community. Every household will soon be receiving a short questionnaire. Please take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire – you could make a dif...

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Irish set dancing classes

Hi All, We live in Bradford on Avon & go to Irish set dancing classes  at shoscombe village hall. We would like to invite you to come along. 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month  8 – 10 pm (7.30 – 8pm steps practice) Tuesday: 2 sep, 16 sep, ...

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For Sale: Canadian Canoe

Make the most of BoA’s canal and river with your very own canadian canoe! I’m selling my 3 seater canadian canoe for the bargain price of £220 ono. You could get it in time for the bank holiday! More details on gumtree here http://www.gumtree...

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There's no mistaking it's Bradford on Avon now

Visitors travelling to Bradford on Avon by train will get a clear welcome to the town after a new 3-D sign on the station’s bank was unveiled by the mayor on Monday. The project was started in October by Simon Meade-King, who has volunteered with Friend...

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BOACA: Open day

BOACA (Bradford on Avon Co- operative growing project) is having an open day on Sunday 31 st August from 11 till 3 pm. Bring a packed lunch and join us in developing this community adventure to provide a green gym, great chemical free fruit and veg as wel...

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Keep an eye out for Boris the tortoise in Bradford on Avon

Families in Bradford on Avon are being urged to look in their gardens for Boris the tortoise who has gone missing from a house in Elms Cross Drive. Owner Heather Clark, who says two-year-old Boris can move quite quickly for a tortoise, can be contacted on...

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For Sale: Double Futon Sofa

Blue futon sofa bed with light wood arms, approximately four years old, washable covers. High quality sturdy construction. £80. Please call 867754. Thanks!

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Youth Music Network – New Grants Programme

Changes to Youth Music’s grants programme include introduction of new small grants and higher qualifying age limits. Youth Music’s grants programme provides funding for music-making projects in England. It is made up of three separate funds:- Fund A o...

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New Group for Wiltshire Crohn’s and Colitis Sufferers

A new group representing Crohn’s and Colitis UK, in Avon, Somerset and Wiltshire has been set up to raise awareness, funds and to support those local people with the condition.Charity volunteer, Rowena Sutcliffe, from Bristol, said: “They are long ter...

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Lorry Watch June and July prosecutions

Here are the latest Lorry Watch prosecutions, for some of the haulage companies it is their second appearance in Court. June Wiltshire Council v Wrings Transport Ltd (South Gloucestershire) Fine = £700 Costs = £100 Victim Surcharge = £70 21st July 2014...

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Yoga: How can it benefit us?

Yoga is a very large subject, and has been practiced for a long time in a variety of forms according to the culture in which it evolved. In the West, it has developed to be generally a physical practice which also emphasises the importance of good breathi...

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Free Fortnight for the Town Bus

The Town Bus, Route 98, will be free to use between 4th and 16th August. The bus takes a circular route from Sainsburys up to Downs View, and runs every hour during the day. The fare is £1 single or £1.50 return. Wiltshire Council have printed Town Bus ...

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Sales & Hire Administration Support

Posted on: 22 July 2014 Sales – To receive telephone enquiries, and provide information on products and services, price and delivery or as necessary – To respond to enquires from website and email – To provide administration support • ...

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For Sale: 50" Plasma TV for Sale – Freeview HD

50″ Plasma TV for sale. Warranty with Richer sounds valid till Autumn 2015. Never had a single problem with this TV and we also use it with a Hard Disk attached (not included) to play our library of other tv/movies. 50 inch HD Ready Plasma TV with b...

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Job: Casual Hall Curator

BRADFORD ON AVON TOWN COUNCIL Vacancy – Casual Hall Curator The Town Council requires two hall Curators on a casual bases to assist with the running of the St Margaret’s hall. Please contact Timothy Yeomans, Hall Manager for more information: smh@...

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Dad and daughter from Bradford on Avon pen new book

A teacher and his daughter from Bradford on Avon have joined forces for a second time to write a history book on the secrets of the Avon Valley. Martyn and Hannah Whittock wrote The Anglo-Saxon Avon Valley Frontier: A River of Two Halves, which spans the ...

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For Sale: Large Double Hammock with wood stand

I spent £350 buying this hammock and stand but no longer need it, c’est la vie eh. Total length (adjustable): approx. 300-365 cm, Weight: approx. 27 kg, Load capacity: max. 200 kg Comes with a Palm Beach Mare American-style Hammock http://www.amazo...

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For Sale: Lightweight Collapsible wheel chair

My mother in law asked me to buy this for her for a cruise we went on. She hardly used it in the end so she’s asked me to sell it on ebay. Very light, easy to use, great for occasional use. Local pickup in BRADFORD-ON-AVON only BA15 2HD Make me a se...

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Bradford on Avon man spots opening for sausage shop

William Browne has achieved a long-held ambition and at the age of 27 has launched his own specialist sausage shop in his home town of Bradford on Avon, thanks to support from Transmit Start-Ups. The Old Spot Sausage Company, based in Westdale Park, uses ...

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Are you related to the men who fought in WWI?

Bradford on Avon Town Council are planning an event on Sunday 3rd August 2014 to Rededicate the War Memorial in Westbury Gardens. As part of this event the Roll of Honour is being refurbished and will be on display in St Margaret’s Hall. The Roll of...

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Bookings now being taken for the 2014 Walking Festival

Bradford on Avon’s 3rd Walking Festival is taking place on the weekend of 5/6/7 September. The Festival programme is now available on www.walkbradfordonavon.org and leaflets will soon be available from the TIC, library and other outlets around the t...

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Fitzmaurice Solar project hits target!

Great news! Fitzmaurice Primary School has just reached it’s £16,000 target for solar panels and has enough to install 46 panels on the main school roof. The school is hoping the panels can be fitted during the summer holidays, they are just waitin...

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Limpley Stoke good neighbours’ plans

Villagers in Freshford and Limpley Stoke have become the first in the country to get within touching distance of a Neighbourhood Plan, giving them more power to determine the future of their communities. Stephen Williams MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary ...

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Funding for Bradford on Avon

The Colonel William Llewellen Palmer Educational Charity is now inviting applications for funding to help schools, groups and individuals in Bradford on Avon. If you have a project that meets any of the following criteria you are eligible to apply: To pro...

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Cycling to raise money for Bath Cancer Unit Support Group

Andy Single, 45, from Bradford on Avon has decided to challenge himself and at the same time, raise awareness, support and finances for Bath Cancer Unit Support Group. He will be entering Bike Bath, on 28th and 29th June 2014, which will be a memorable cy...

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Gavin Henson 'promises' date to highest bidder!

Fancy a date with Gavin Henson- Bath Rugby Player? This really is the latest promise ‘up for grabs’ from the Auction of Promise! Friday 27th June, 6pm, St Margaret’s Hall. Raising funds for the Fitzmaurice Solar Schools project. Find out...

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The Bradford on Avon Leg Club

Leg Ulcers and other chronic leg problems can affect people of any age but are particularly common in people over 60 years of age. There are over 200 people in the Bradford on Avon area who are suffering with pain, odour, obtusive bandaging, which may lea...

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Free Computer Club in Bradford on Avon

Do you need help with the basics of computers, or know someone who does? Do you know your emails from your Ebay, or your FaceTime from your FaceBook? Well, never fear – Bradford on Avon Computer Club is here! The Club is run by volunteers from Wilts...

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Bradford on Avon heroes’ families in centenary call

Bradford on Avon Town Council is appealing to relatives of the heroes on its Roll of Honour to join them in commemorating the First World War in August. The Roll of Honour, placed in the grounds of Westbury House in 1914, has the names of about 500 men fr...

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Jobs: Part Time Support Worker vacancies

Extraordinary individuals deserve rewarding work 2 x part time Support Workers – 25 hours per week Bradford on Avon £13,756 – £15,631 pa pro rate depending on qualifications and experience Plus sleep in/waking night allowance We are also see...

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Job: Spot of weeding?

Anyone fancy a spot of weeding? The flower beds in our garden have got a little over run and we need a hand sorting them out. (Contact details not supplied, so may be worth leaving a comment if interested)

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Jobs: Care Givers in Bradford on Avon

We are looking for Caring people to give our elderly clients a more fulfilling life. Home Instead Senior Care is a private care company that provides bespoke care to the elderly in their own homes. All care visits are at least one hour long (no short call...

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Reminder: Neighbourhood Plan Exhibition

Thank you to everyone who has already attended the Neighbourhood Plan Exhibition. We would like to remind anyone who has yet to come that exhibition is on for one more week with the final day being Friday 13th June. The exhibition is open Monday to Friday...

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Two Bed Flat in Heart of BOA Available to Rent

We have a great two bed flat available to rent coming available very soon. The flat is in the heart of the town (above Bread and Butter) with views over the river. The flat is fully furnished and tastefully decorated throughout. It consists of hallway lea...

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Recycled laptops available

I want to bring to your attention an exciting new project being run by the council where vulnerable individuals are able to purchase ex Wiltshire Council laptops. The laptops are refurbished by a Bristol company called Byteback. They have the operating sy...

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Spanish Conversation Classes in BoA

Learn Spanish in the picturesque town of Bradford on Avon. Quiero una cerveza, una clara, un zumo de naranja y un bocadillo de queso. How many times have you been in a situation where you wished you could say a few words…? Fun relaxed conversation class...

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Bradford on Avon banks on new church venture

The old HSBC bank building in Bradford on Avon could soon be given a new lease of life as a ‘one stop shop’ to help vulnerable people in the town and surrounding villages. The Church Street building has been empty since the bank closed in September la...

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BoA Donor Relations

Please note we are returning to St Margarets Hall on Tuesday 29th of July. Please call 0300 123 23 23 or go to www.blood.co.uk to book an appointment.

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Job: Finance Home Administrator

New Care Home in BOA – Wiltshire Heights is recruiting for a Home Administrator Full Time Position Administer Purchase ledger ordering system Reconcile petty cash Manage a budget control system Administer the sales reconciliation system, banking, fe...

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Area Board Agrees its Priorities and Big Pledge

Further to the evidence from the Joint Strategic Assessment for Bradford on Avon and voting outcomes from the “What Matters To You in Bradford on Avon” event in February, the Bradford on Avon Area Board at its meeting on 14 May agreed its priorities f...

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