Swans WI. Two October meeting reports plus September walk & 2nd November meeting details
Local Government, Parish Newsletters etc here
200 Club - September Winners
Valley Art; details here
St Andrew's Church - a "Thank You" from the Parochial Church Council
An Extract from Secretary's Report
Water levels on the River are of concern to us all.
The recent history is shown below.
The dotted red line on the graph denotes the highest ever recorded level of 1.06m (above datum).
The highest recent level was on 10 Jan 14 at 1.02m.
Latest level (updated at least daily) is here
Improving rivers in South West Wiltshire - meeting on 12 July 2017
The South West Wiltshire ‘Our Community Matters’ event was held on 16 November 2016 at the Nadder Centre in Tisbury. Over 90 members of the public and partner agencies attended and participated in the event, which focused on the data set out in the Community Area Joint Strategic Assessment 2016-17.
Participants at the event used the data to inform themed roundtable discussions and to identify local priorities underpinned by the research. On the Environment table two of the identified priorities were:
Wildlife and diversity
Many local people are already involved in groups helping to monitor local rivers or improving local habitats for wildlife. The Area Board has invited Martijn Antheunisse (Team Leader Water Projects, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust) to give an overview of their work with partners in the Mere, Tisbury and Wilton community areas and explain more about how local volunteers can get involved in the future.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday 12th July 2017, 5pm at Wilton Town Council Chamber.
If you would like to attend or have any further questions please contact Steve Harris, Community Engagement Manager (01722 43421 or Stephen.Harris@wiltshire.gov.uk.
Date: 12 July 2017
Organiser: South West Wiltshire Area Board
Location: Wilton Town Council Chamber Kingsbury Square Wilton Salisbury SP2 0BB
5pm - Welcome
5.05pm - Martijn Antheunisse (Wiltshire Wildlife Trust): Chalk stream habitat and wildlife – improvement works on the Nadder in the last decade
5.25pm - Liam Reynolds (Wessex Chalk Stream & Rivers Trust): River water quality: sediment and septic tanks
5.45pm - Phoebe Weller (Wiltshire Wildlife Trust): Non-native invasive species threatening our local flora and fauna: works so far.
6.05pm - Questions
6.25pm - Closing remarks