G4P – Newsletter 12 – February 2014
Answer: – Together they have donated a Defibrillator to the Town of Cricklade. This should help save lives in Wiltshire.
Between them the trio (Jolyon Livingston (Cricklade Osteopathic Health Practice ), Dennis Pearce, (Cricklade Dental Practice) and Andrew Rhys Evans (Optometrist) have clocked up 90 years of service in Cricklade, now to say thank you to people there, they have paid to install a defibrillator. Continue reading
Having held two successful legal clinics in Cricklade in the last few months, the North Wiltshire Law Practice of Bevirs has decided to hold a clinic again. Residents of the North Wiltshire town do not have a dedicated Solicitors Office in town and have to travel to either Swindon or Cirencester for professional advice in legal matters. Continue reading
British Cycling announced three cycling events taking place in September, following the success of the first Kermesse cycle race in 2012. All three events are run in association with Cricklade Town Council, Cricklade Leisure Centre and Cricklade Business Association. Continue reading
Local traders are being encouraged to promote their business responsibly following a review which has opted to relax regulations regarding street furniture. Continue reading
G4P – Newsletter 10 – June 2013
Following the successful legal clinic that the Royal Wootton Bassett Law Practice of Bevirs in Cricklade recently, it has been decided to hold a second clinic for the benefit of local residents. Cricklade does not have a dedicated Solicitors Office in the town and locals have to travel to Swindon or to Cirencester for specialist legal advice. Continue reading
G4P – Newsletter 9 – April 2013
There has not been a firm of solicitors practising in Cricklade since Peter Elliott closed his office in the early 1990’s. Since then residents from the Cricklade area, requiring specialist legal advice, have had to travel either to Cirencester or into Swindon. At the same time, residents of North Swindon are finding it easier to travel to Cricklade for many services, rather than having to travel into the centre of Swindon. Continue reading
Father Christmas will be arriving in Cricklade on Saturday December 1st after the Switching on the Lights, singing with the 4/4 Community Choir and Cricklade’s own Silver Band. There will be lots of fun and festivities.
opportunities for stalls at £10.00 ( free for Charities and non-profit organisations) – Information from Ken Williams 07582 481158 .