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History museum still open by appointment

Heritage LogoWhilst we are still unable to hold our monthly meetings we thought that you may well be interested in following the link below:

Salisbury 800 Stonemasons Talk

https://www.wiltshirecreative.co.uk/whats-on/salisbury-2020/andrew-ziminski/

Salisbury in ruins “Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.”

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Road Collision witnesses sought

Somerset police badgeAvon and Somerset police are seeking witness to a serious two car collision on the A30 at Henstridge which occured at about 7am on 10th June. The full request can be seen here.

Gardening club thankful for our gardens

GardeningThe month of May should have been a busy time for the Gardening Club with the annual plant sale and also a planned demonstration of planting up hanging baskets and summer containers. Members were to bring their own chosen container to make up. Castle Gardens had agreed to send us a wonderful selection of plants on a discounted sale or return basis. Disappointment aside, early June is a good time to plant up for summer colour (especially as it seems it may be some time before we have complete freedom to roam so need our gardens looking as good and colourful as possible).

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Milborne Port Climate and Nature Action

climate emergency logoCleaner, greener and healthier!

Safe cycle routes are a miracle for health in so many ways, and especially now in these times of coronavirus. Consider this article in the Guardian, written by Peter Walker in 2017, which asked us to “imagine scientists had devised a drug which massively reduced people’s chances of developing cancer or heart disease, cutting their overall likelihood of dying early by 40%. We have that drug: it’s called cycling.

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