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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Cricklade Town Council
The Annual Town Meeting will take place on Monday, 30th April at 7pm at the United Church in Calcutt Street. Doors open at 6.30pm for refreshments. It is an oportunity to come and listen to your Town Councillors talking about what the Council has been doing in the last year and its future plans. After the meeting learn more about the findings of the recent consultation on the draft Town Plan and meet the volunteers who sit on the Steering Group and who undertook the work.
The Agenda can be found at the following link :-http://www.cricklade-tc.gov.uk/A_T_M_Agenda__2nd_30_4_12.pdf
The “Cricklade Bugle” will again video the proceedings and last year was the first time the Annual Town Meeting had been videoed. These can be seen HERE. ….. http://wp.me/pPhCq-wn
Cricklade Town Council can be followed on Facebook and Twitter. The Tweets are published on the “Bugle” Website.