- Fully equipped fitness suite
- Purpose built free weights room
- Multi purpose sports hall including group exercise classes
- Squash court
- Tennis Courts (summer only)
- Meeting room/party hire
Do you require a law firm in the Amesbury and Salisbury Plain area? Our lawyers offer a wide range of legal advice in Wiltshire from our Amesbury office.
- 4 lane, 25 metre swimming pool
- Fully equipped fitness suite
- Fitness class studio
Meets 3 Mondays per month at the Recreation ground hall.
Training for Good Citizen Tests.
Some dog and owner social activities.
New dogs must be sociable and friendly. Private training available for other dogs. Classes need to be booked in advance..
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Welcome to Plain Cleaning
We are based in Shrewton on the edge of the beautiful Salisbury Plain which is where we take our name from and we cover most of the local area including Larkhill, Durrington, Amesbury and Bulford.
Domestic cleans are our main business but we also do military march outs and one off cleans. All our cleaners are CRB checked and insured and we bring all our own products and equipment too.
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'Rollestone Manor Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful, grade II listed privately owned historic home on the outskirts of Shrewton, close to the World Heritage site of Stonehenge.
Some of the features of the originally built house of 1242 are still seen today, and in 1700 the front façade was created – where the front door is today. The ‘newest’ part of the house is the three story extension, completed in 1839!
Today, all of our seven en-suite bedrooms, named after some of the many owners of the Rollestone Manor, offer comfort and quality whilst having their own individual style. Modern features like digital TV and radio, iPod/iPad docking stations and power showers compliment the family antique furniture and period features that have graced this home for years.
One of our rooms is on the ground floor, ideal if the steep staircase to the first floor will cause difficulty.
Take pre-dinner drinks in our lounge, benefiting from the log burner, or on a warmer day, enjoy the sunshine on our garden swing seat.
Our restaurant at Rollestone Manor is open to non-residents. Booking is recommended, and we serve food from 6.30pm – 8.45pm seven days a week. Affordable, relaxed, comfortable!
We are ideally located on the edge of the village of Shrewton just under 2 miles from the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge and minutes from the A303, with easy access to the cities and towns of Salisbury, Southampton, Winchester, Bath and Marlborough.
We, Cyrille & Paula and the staff look forward to welcoming you to Rollestone Manor.'
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October 2015 - Local Band plays for 2 Dukes
A local brass band from a village based near Stonehenge in Wiltshire was given the opportunity of a lifetime to perform for Royalty on Friday 23 October. Shrewton Silver Band frequently play around Wiltshire for the Regimental Association of the Rifles and The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment based in Salisbury, so when they decided to commemorate marking the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Loos and 70th Anniversary of the ending of the Second World War at Windsor Castle in the presence of their Patrons, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke of Gloucester, they turned to the band to lead the commemoration.
[caption id="attachment_193" align="aligncenter" width="5262"] Leading the parade marching from Victoria Barracks to Windsor Castle.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_192" align="aligncenter" width="1884"] Assembled on the steps of St George's Chapel[/caption]
Following a short parade through Windsor, with the salute being taken by the Mayor and Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, there was a service of Commemoration in St George’s Chapel in the presence of the two Dukes. Very much a military occasion, it was an amazing experience for a civilian band to undertake this high-profile job. It also gave a recently retired army drum major the chance to put the band through their paces and sharpen up the band's deportment and parade work! The Duke of Edinburgh expressed his appreciation of the band, making this the proudest of moments for the band and an experience that all the players will cherish for many years and one in which we were privileged to take part.
The pictures show the band marching up from Victoria Barracks to Windsor Castle leading the parade and assembled on the steps of St George's Chapel.