We are delighted to announce our latest grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
Wonderful news for our Newburn House cookery project! The Gannett Foundation, the charitable arm of the group that owns the Wiltshire Times, has awarded us £5,490.
There is a difference between being named on the mortgage of a property and being named on the title deeds of the property. The title deeds are the legal documents that confirm who owns the property.
In a time of cutbacks and limited funding opportunities, we're delighted that three more town councils have given us grants: Devizes, Marlborough and Melksham.
Splitz achieved IIP Silver at our annual review in November. Well done to everyone who contributed directly or indirectly to this achievement.
We're excited that the Community Foundation for Wiltshire and Swindon has awarded us £2,452 toward volunteers' travel costs on the Buddy Scheme.
To keep up with demand and help us meet the needs of the community we will be running a 3rd perpetrator group from November 2011. The additional group will run in Trowbridge on a Wednesday evening.
We're thrilled to have received grants from the Town Councils of both Bradford-on-Avon and Calne.
We were delighted that Salisbury Waitrose chose to make us one of their three charities of the month in September. We are even more delighted to have just received a cheque for £203.
We have improved our website to bring you more useful information on a range of issues. We will be adding new content every month and hope to publish new articles regularly. If you have suggestions on what we could publish or other comments on the new website, please let us know.
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