Minutes and documentation from the PCAP Meeting on 17th October 2019 at Shalbourne Village Hall, with thanks to Shalbourne Parish Council and Hall Committee for the donation of the meeting room:
Minutes from the Pewsey Vale Health & Wellbeing Forum held on Monday 14th October 2019 at Pewsey Parish Office.Download minutes from 14th October 2019 meeting
Will you, or someone you know, be on their own this Christmas?
The Pewsey Community Christmas Day Lunch committee will again this year be providing a Christmas Day lunch at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey.
With thanks to local sponsors, the lunch will be free of charge to local people.
For further information or to register:
Nigel Lihou – 07777 663 135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Hollands – 01672 562788 or email@example.com
This document contains activities for health and wellbeing which take place across the Pewsey Community Area.
It can be used by healthcare professionals to find suitable activities for clients and patients or by individuals who are looking to take up an activity.
A booklet containing this information has been provided to local GP surgeries.
The information includes the location, timings and contact details for the activities, as well as plenty of other information.Download the 2019 Health & Wellbeing Activities spreadsheet
Launch of the New National Rail Timetable – GWR visits Bouverie Hall Pewsey on Thursday 31st October 6.45pm.
Pewsey Vale Rail User Group and Great Bedwyn Rail User Group invite local rail passengers to attend a public meeting where Guy Watts from GWR will present the new Network Rail timetable set for implementation in December.
There will also be information about GWR ticketing options.
Both Rail User Groups work to improve the service to and from our local stations. The meeting opens at 6.45 pm for a 7pm start and aims to finish promptly by 9pm at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey SN9 5ES.
Please note this meeting is to discuss the new timetable and ticketing only. Issues with the current service should be reported to GWR customer services.
Any queries please contact Dawn Wilson Chair of PVRUG at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New participating members of PVRUG welcome.
This policy describes the Safeguarding Code of Conduct required by activities and events that are organised by the Pewsey Community Area Partnership. Agreement to this policy is required from anyone who works with the Partnership, whether voluntarily or as a paid role, and where their work involves young people or vulnerable people.Download the Safeguarding Code of Conduct policy
This document details how the Exercise Classes – Movement & Mind Together – will operate to ensure that the attendees, volunteers and those running the sessions are safe.Download the Operational Terms of Reference for Exercise Classes