Wiltshire Good Neighbours
Wiltshire Good Neighbours can put older residents in touch with the services and people who can help them to live more independent lives. We can provide information on a variety of topics & these may include:
. Befriending services and social activities
. Benefits . Healthcare
. Transport . and many more……
If you think we can help you to find the services you need then give Caroline Culley a call on 07557 922027 or
For more details see:-
Village Hall Development information
The Committee and Trustees of All Cannings Village hall announce a significant development programme for the historic village hall.
The present outdated kitchen area is being doubled in size.
This will allow the improvement of the working conditions and facilities for all hall users.
A major step forward in heating of the whole building will reduce condensation throughout, and modern control systems will improve the timing and management of the installation.
The committee has been slowly building up a significant reserve fund for just such a development and this will be combined with any grants expected to be forthcoming.
Steps have already been taken to re-cover a flat area of the roofing and to undertake cavity wall insulation.
The main part of the works will take place during the summer holidays break.
It is likely that the whole project will cost up to £25,000
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