Thank you to everyone who joined us for our afternoon tea yesterday, as part of the Remembrance Day service/parade!
We hope everyone enjoyed last night’s Calne Bonfire & Fireworks Night at Beversbrook! Here’s some of our highlights from the night 🎆
We’re at @johnbentleyschool today for their Careers Fair, promoting all things Calne, and ways for students to get involved in their community!
Introducing Calne's River of Poppies 2018, organised by Royal British Legion Calne Branch, Calne Town Council and The REME Museum. Local school children have been busy creating poppies depicting their relatives who fought in the wars, as well as those mentioned on the memorial at St. Mary's Church. The River of Poppies will be on display at Beach Terrace from 1st November for a limited time.
CALLING ALL BUDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS! We’ve launched a photo competition for the 2019 Calne Calendar! We’re looking for 12 pictures of Calne to represent each month, with winners receiving a copy of the calendar and the top 4 entries winning a canvas of their entry! The competition is open to all ages and the deadline for submissions is Sunday 21st October. Link to download an entry form is in our bio! #calne #lovecalne #iggerswiltshire #timeforwiltshire #igerswiltshire #visitwiltshire
Today, we have reopened the Nature Trail from Horsebrook to Brewers Lane. The trail has been closed to allow us to complete path upgrade works as part as a plan to enhance the Nature Trail. Town Mayor, Cllr Glenis Ansell, helped celebrate the work completed by cutting the ribbon at the entrance this morning.
This morning, Town Mayor Cllr Glenis Ansell awarded entrants from this year’s Summer Festival & Carnival. It was a great celebration of all the hard work put into the walking and float entries. Thank you all for attending!
The Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor set off today, for their trip to Calne’s French twinning town of Charlieu. There’s loads on the agenda for the week, so we’ll keep you posted!