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Carnival AGM

Carnival AGM was held on Thursday 6th April and Trevor Dacombe was elected as Chairman. After long discussions, it was decided to run the Carnival this year on Saturday 22nd July as part of the Mini Rugby Festival both events taking place at Castle Meadow. More news...

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The Great Big Lunch

The Big Lunch is back! "The Big Lunch", a national community event, started at the Eden Project in Cornwall, returns to Wilton on Sunday 18th June at The Wilton Shopping Village. Wilton has staged three "Big Lunches" before since 2012, but it was not held in 2016, so...

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Food Waste Digesters

Food waste digesters are a useful thing to have in our gardens as they reduce the amount of waste that goes in our bins. These special bins are available through Wiltshire Council BUT the price of buying one is increasing at the beginning of the next financial year...

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Mayor’s Mad Hatter’s Party Friday 17th March

The Mayor of Wilton, Cllr Trevor Batchelder is having a wild "Mad Hatters" Party" on St Patrick's Day, Friday 17th March at the Michael Herbert Hall, in West Street, Wilton. Music and dancing will be provided by popular personality "caller" Gary Nunn and the lively...

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Free IT Training

Free Computer and IT lessons Free advice for all kinds of computers, tablets, smart phones and laptops. Courses held in conjunction with Wiltshire Online and Wilton Community Centre run every 1st and 3rd Thursday each month from 10.00am - 12.00pm at Wilton Community...

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The Elves and the Showmaker

The wonderful Forest Forge Theatre return to Wilton on Monday 19th December at 3.00pm with their Winter family show "The Elves and the Shoemaker" at Wilton Community Centre. A festive tale for all ages. Forest Forge and Bumblefly production, adapted and directed by...

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FREE Christmas Concert

The acclaimed Wilton and District Band are holding a Free Christmas Concert on Sunday 18th December at 3.00pm in the Michael Herbert Hall in Wilton. Refreshments, Raffle and retiring...

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New Kitchen Shop Re-opens in Wilton

The Wilton Kitchens Shop in Silver Street, next to Lloyds Bank in the Wilton Market Square, has been completely revamped and is holding an Open Weekend from Thursday 24th - Sunday 27th November. The shop has been re-branded and sells Neptune kitchens, furniture...

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Lighting of the Christmas Tree

Wilton town boasts the tallest living Christmas Tree in Europe, some 66 (19.8metres) feet high right in the Market Square and every year there is a special ceremony of switching on the lights. This year it takes place on Monday 5th December from 5.30pm. It is a FREE...

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Wilton Town Council Newsletter

Wilton Town Council have just published a newsletter full of useful information. These Newsletters were distributed with Valley News to households in Wilton, but you can get one from the Council Offices in Kingsbury Square or you can see a copy of this newsletter...

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NEW Info Phone Number 105 Launched

On 6th September a new national phone number “105” was launched by electricity network operators for customers to call should they need to report or get information about a power cut in their area. Key points to note about this service are: Dialling 105 will put...

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New Mayor for Wilton

In May 2016 Councillor Trevor Batchelder was made the new Mayor of Wilton. Mrs. Sheila Batchelder, becomes Mayoress of Wilton and both will be seen regularly at Wilton events, collecting for the Mayors Appeal 2016-2017 which includes the Wilton Link Scheme and a...

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Party at the Park

Sunday 12th June 2016.  2.00pm - 5.00pm FREE To celebrate Her Majesty's 90th Birthday there will be a free party in the park at the Parish Church in West Street, Wilton. Live covers band, Paper Moon will be playing all afternoon, there will be a FREE kids tea party,...

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Queen’s 90th Birthday Events in Wilton

To celebrate Her Majesty's 90th Birthday Wilton is planning four summer events. Saturday 4th June - VARIETY CONCERT at Michael Herbert Hall at 7.30pm. Songs, music, dances and comedy sketches covering the past nine decades. Bar. Tickets £6 adults and £4 children from...

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