Town Council supports Floaty Boat Fund and Avoncliff Wood Campaign

At last night’s Full Council meeting, Councillors voted to support two valuable initiatives for the community. The first of these was to make a small donation to support the campaign by the Woodland Trust to purchase Avoncliff Wood in order to preserve the ancient woodland at its heart, and create amenity space for the community … Read more

Mayor’s Tea Party at The Hall launches WW1 commemoration

The Mayor’s Tea Party was held on 1st of November in the historic and iconic venue, The Hall. This marked the launch for the Town Council’s series of events commemorating the centenary of end of WW1 in 1918; Countdown to Peace It provided many of the attendees a unique experience to see inside the late Alex Moulton’s home, … Read more

The Hub sends urgent request for food bank donations

“We are reaching crisis point” is the stark warning of the manager of The Hub, Avril Clarke.  “In the three years that we have been running, I have never seen empty shelves in the Food Bank” The Hub in Bradford on Avon runs the local food bank and debt counselling service, providing vital help for … Read more

Deputy Mayor and Ali Vowles open a successful ‘Walk of Life’

On Saturday 12th May, 500 walkers stepped out along the Kennet & Avon canal towpath to take part in the Walk of Life, the Forever Friends Appeal’s annual charity walk. To date, over £30,000 has already been raised to help transform patient care at the Royal United Hospitals Bath. Over 8,200 miles were clocked up … Read more