A blackboard sign outside The George announces that the event on 1st August is cancelled.
Story updated: July 27th
We have been informed that this event was requested by a third party and was not instigated by the owner of The George.
The story has been amended.
A further development in the story of The George.
A wanted advert for lap dancers has appeared on a Freeads site. The George is described as “Busy venue with great earnings potential”.
The first evening featuring said lap dancers will, according to the ad, be on Saturday, August 1st between 7:00 pm and 2:00 am and become a regular monthly event.
Your Parish Council are aware of this.
STOP PRESS! The next country market in Shrewton will be held in Maddington Church Room on Saturday 18th July from 10.00 am – 12.00 midday.
All of the usual produce will be available, tea and coffee will be on sale, pop in and see us in this venue for just the one market this month.
See you there.
David Hassett has alerted us to this meeting.
“To all the Good People of Shrewton;
Amesbury Area Board will be holding their six weekly Meeting at 7:00 pm at Shrewton Recreation Hall on Thursday 30th July 2015.
This will give villagers an opportunity to air their grievances concerning local issues, and for many of us the main one is TRAFFIC. In addition you can put forward your ideas on how to improve matters in Shrewton. Wilts. Council Officers, the Police, Fire & Rescue Services will be represented.
I exhort you to come along and air your views.
See you there!
Thanks to David for this reminder. If you have something you want the community of Shrewton to be aware of contact us at .
The Shrewton and Till Valley Horticultural Society’s Annual Flower Show is one of the big events of the year.
You can find out what will be happening on July 25th at the Recreation Ground here. It is so much more than a flower show!
Printed copies of the schedule were available from Bridge Garage and the Co-op but you can now also download a copy from the Annual Flower Show page. There are plenty of classes so you are sure to find one or more to take part in.
Hope to see you there.
You find out more about the Horticultural Society on their main page.
The Big Pledge aims to encourage Wiltshire residents to lead healthier and more active lives and to engage with their communities. The theme this year is ‘make a difference’ with 12 pledges that people can make as an individual, a group, a work team, a family or a community.
‘Big Pledge – Make a Difference’ runs to the end of September 2015, participants are encouraged to write their pledge on the pledge card, take a photo or video and upload it to Facebook or Twitter using #BigPledge. All those submitting a pledge photo or videos will be entered into a prize draw for an iPad mini (terms and conditions available on the website).
The Big Pledge sign up website has plenty of ideas and tips on how to choose and successfully complete your pledge. It could be as simple as pledging to help a neighbour or a more difficult one such as doing the sports or sugar swap challenge.
Pledges can be fun, such as ‘eating a rainbow’ and rewarding for example raising money for a local charity. You can also view the Council’s Big Pledge website.
What will YOU pledge?
Please tell colleagues, friends and/or family and any others you think may be interested in taking part.
With your help and support we can make the Big Pledge “Make a difference”