Henge Arts at Maddington Church Room this weekend

HengeArtsA group of local artists from the village of Shrewton have formed “HengeArts” who are to take part in The Wylye Valley Art Trail in May. The group are eight enthusiastic people embracing a variety of media, including photography, watercolour, oils, pastels, pottery, wire sculptures and ceramics.

Follow the signs to the Arts Trail venue at  MADDINGTON. CHURCH ROOM, Shrewton, SATURDAY 30th MAY and SUNDAY 31st MAY, 10am to 5.30 pm. Tea and cakes as well!!

There will be some truly inspirational works to view and purchase, as well as the chance to talk to the artists.

For more information http://www.hengearts.com  or enquiries@hengearts.com.

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Free Music In Park – Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury

Salisbury City Council has announced the exciting line-up for this season’s series of five free Sunday concerts in Queen Elizabeth Gardens from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Each concert has been added to the What’s On page and you can view the press release.

Take a picnic and enjoy an afternoon of live and free music.

 

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Amesbury Area Board

Shrewton is covered by the Amesbury Area Board – the latest news of events and meetings can be read here and visit the Amesbury Our Community Matters website.

“The area boards are a way of working to bring local decision making back into the heart of the community. They are a formal part of Wiltshire Council that try to find solutions for local issues such as road repairs, traffic problems and speeding in villages, litter, facilities for young people and affordable housing.

People who work with the 18 area boards include councillors, community area managers, democratic service officers together with one member of the council’s top decision making committee, the cabinet. It also includes the local NHS, fire and emergency services, police, town and parish councils, community area partnerships and many other groups.

By working in partnership with local communities, the council can achieve so much more than it ever could on its own. We hope this will lead to better services, better communities and a better quality of life for everyone in Wiltshire.”

 

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Dark Skies for Shrewton

At their May meeting. Shrewton PC Cllrs proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed to Street Lighting being switched off off between 12 midnight and 5:30 am on all residential streets.

The lights along High Street, London Road and the A360 will not be affected as they are major routes for traffic.

The ultimate decision is with Wiltshire Council as they will be providing the funding to do the work. However, the Clerk to Shrewton PC was advised that funding was available.

We will keep you informed on shrewton.com of further decisions and progress as we get further news.

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Army Basing Update – May 2015

This monthly publication aims to update you on the British Army Basing Programme which will see some 4,300 additional Service personnel plus their families relocate to Salisbury Plain over the next five years.

May 2015 Newsletter (pdf).

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Wylye Valley Art Trail 2015

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The Wylye Valley Art Trail is an artist-led, non-profit project, organised by an enthusiastic team of volunteers.  Over 200 artists and crafts persons from in and around the Wylye Valley are involved and exhibitions of works and the chance to take part are at around 70 venues in the area from Saturday, May 23rd to Sunday, May 31st.

On Saturday May 30th and Sunday May 31st, Shrewton based artists of Henge Arts will be exhibiting at Maddington Church Hall (location 51 in the programme) from 10:30am to 5:30pm.

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Garden Waste Recycling

If you have a Wiltshire Garden Waste recycling bin and want to continue using the service don’t forget to sign up for the £40 green waste collection by 17 May if you don’t want a break in your service.

Subscribe online.

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