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Yes it’s true the “Cricklade Bugle” has been publishing its Online Community and Event Website for 4 years.
Cricklade is a Saxon Town situated on the banks of the River Thames on the northern border of Wiltshire between Swindon and Cirencester close to the Roman Ermine Road.
The “Cricklade Bugle” has been supported by many Organisations – Talk about local website www/talkaboutlocal.org /
@TalkAboutLocal and individuals -@getgood @willperrin @mike_rawlins @Media Trust @hill_wheeler @CrickladeLeis @CrickladeTC . And all Cricklade Clubs and followers of the site and twitter. Thank you again for your support.
Currently the Website is hosted on WordPress.com but thanks to an offer of www.bloggersworld.co.uk it is moving to self-hosting using WordPress.org . This may take a little time to develop the site.
Media Trust (www.mediatrust.org ) have sent an invitation to apply to join their our Local360 Network interested in becoming a beacon. The intention is to apply.The future looks good.
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Cotswold TV www.cotswoldtv.com presented a Video –
To see more about why Cricklade is popular with visitors see http://www.cotswoldtv.com/feature_player_fftv.php?id=831
Cricklade is a quaint small town situated on the banks of the River Thames on the northern border of Wiltshire. The Centre of the town lies within what used to be a Saxon stronghold built by Alfred the Great to help defend the Kingdom of Wessex.
You should visit Cricklade – you know it makes sense !
Acknowledgement to Cotswold TV.
Cricklade Town Guide can be found HERE…
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Following the success of the Cricklade Health Walking Group, the “Get Wiltshire Walking” inspired a starter group to be formed. This is a great way to begin to be more physically active. Last Friday the 7th. February, meeting at 10.00am the first starter walk enrolled eleven members.
Registration with Viv Tomkins (Qualified Walk Leader)
After registration each received a free ICE (In Case of Emergency)Card.
Everyone should be independently mobile and able to meet the demands of the walk, which was a level stroll along Waylands and up the High Street along Calcutt Street to The United Church Hall for refreshments.
The regular walking group met at 9.30am on Friday at the Cricklade Town Council Offices to walk for approximately an hour along Stones Lane to Hailstone House and then returned to the Cricklade United Church for refreshments with the participants of the Starter Walk..
Everyone is welcome, providing you are independently mobile and able to meet the physical demands of the walk. It’s free and fun. Just turn up at Cricklade Town Council Offices on Friday at 9.30 am/10.00am for the Strollers), or contact the walk leader below. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted on the walks.
Rosie Golding 07917 599964 email@example.com
The Cricklade branch of the Royal British Legion is to hold a General Meeting on Wednesday 19th February commencing at 7.15 pm in the White Hart Hotel Cricklade (Members only).
This will be followed at 8pm by an open presentation by the RBL Riders Branch. Continue reading
G4P – Newsletter 12 – February 2014
North Wiltshire MP James Gray will open the refurbished Purton Telephone Kiosk this Friday 17th January at 12.15, which has been restored and revitalized through the cooperation of the Parish Council and local data communications company Lde Digitial Services (www.lde.co.uk) , Continue reading