Author: Bob Harding

Shop for Bremhill

The village hall committee have been working with Morrisons to try and set up a ‘pop up’ shop.  There have been several stages to get through but we have just had final approval and...

Show being re-organised

With Covid cases in Wiltshire now above the national average people have been expressing concern about holding a gathering for the village show. It’s with a heavy heart that we have decided to not...

Village Show 2021

The village show is always popular and well attended – maybe the release of lockdown will mean that this year will be the best ever. The Show is on Saturday September 11th and more...

Video Conference

Parish Council back to Zoom

The recent upsurge in Covid cases a=has brought a tightening of restrictions with the result that Parish Council meetings are returning to Zoom. The next meeting is on Monday October 5th. Members of the...

History Trail

Bremhill History Event

Despite Covid-19 restrictions, the annual History Event will be as packed as ever with Bremhill’s fascinating history. The event will be spread from the 11th to the 13th of September. Historical experts will lead...

Avon and Marden Valley Development

In August, we witnessed fantastic efforts by the Bremhill councillor John Harris in resisting the planned development of a road running over the land close to Abbeyfield School. This road will lead to the...

Bremhill Plant Stall a Success

During the lockdown period, a plant stall continued to run in Bremhill and has sold a wide variety of plants to residents and visitors alike. The stall has raised £1,400 for the St. Martin’s...

Bremhill Chelsea Isolation Flower Show.

In July, the editor of the Bremhill newsletter (Ewen) organized a virtual Chelsea style flower show. Bremhill’s keen gardeners were invited to send in photographs of their ‘Individual Blooms’ and their ‘Front and Back...

Repair of St Martin’s Churchyard Wall.

Local stonemason, Simon Burridge, has completed the work to repair the border wall of St Martin’s Church. Years of facing the elements had led to it coming to a point of near collapse. Through...