The National Trust

Published on: 02 May 2016

THE National Trust wants to recruit more volunteers at Dyrham Park for the summer season.
As the stately home comes to the end of its conservation project, it has opened some new areas in the house – including a conservation studio and exhibition which looks at the garden.
If you can spare a few hours on a Saturday or a Sunday once a fortnight,  contact the visitor and volunteering officer Kate  at kate.collins@nationaltrust.org.uk or telephone 0117 937 1333 to find out more.



A NEW running group, the Stanbridge Fliers, has launched in Downend. It meets on Wednesdays from 6-7pm and the free sessions are facilitated by two Run England qualified leaders. Join the Staybridge Fliers group page on Facebook to find out more.




MANGOTSFIELD Scout Group will be be celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2017.  
The group is looking for additional helpers for the Monday evening scout section (8-9.30pm). If you would be interested in helping the group please contact The Group Scout Leader, Simon Budd e-mail simondbudd@gmail.com or mob: 07765 201435



A HOUSING development close to Badminton Road Methodist Church in Downed is to be named after Princess Charlotte.
Housebuilder Cotswold Homes has chosen Princess Way as the name of  the estate of of nine homes for sale. The properties range from two-and-a-half storey homes to four-bedroom detached houses.

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