A Unique Wiltshire Artisan Collection
Conceived and handmade in Winterbourne Stoke by local potter, Sarah Holtby.
Based in Winterbourne Stoke, Sarah started her pottery four years ago. She has gone from strength to strength, holding workshops in conjunction with the BBC’s Hey Clay! initiative, producing an original trio of vases as a product for Horatio’s Garden for their Chelsea stand in 2015, exhibiting for the Wiltshire Art Trail, running pop-up potting classes in Salisbury Cathedral and displaying work in the First View Gallery at Stourhead. She is currently advising at Sarum College and is about to start running workshops in conjunction with the Sarum Museum in the Close, Salisbury. She sells at fairs and events around Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. She is always thrilled to connect with interested venues, individuals and communities in and around this area and further afield.
- The British Horse Society is the UK’s largest and most influential equestrian charity
- We protect and promote the interests of all horses and those who care about them, including the 3.5 million people in the UK who ride or who drive a horse-drawn carriage
- We’re supported by over 100,000 members
The Great Bustard Group
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The Great Bustard Group is a UK Registered Charity (number 1092515), symptoms working to reintroduce the species to the UK and to promote its interests throughout its range. Great Bustards were formerly very much part of British wildlife until the 1840s when they became extinct in Britain due to collectors and changes in agriculture. They have suffered similar dramatic declines in numbers across their range in the last 200 years and their global population is now estimated to be just 35,000 individuals. They are currently listed as Vulnerable in the IUCN Red List of Globally Threatened Species. They are a missing piece of UK wildlife heritage, artificially removed from the ecosystem due to over zealous trophy hunters. There still remains plenty of habitat suitable for Great Bustards in the UK, in particular the rolling downland and arable fields of Wessex. However, their population decline and fragmentation means recolonisation is unlikely to occur without a reintroduction programme.
The Manor Barn is a privately owned and exclusive wedding and events venue located on the edge of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. As a family run business The Manor Barn strives for exclusivity encouraging every couple that books to relax and enjoy their day, without feeling that they have to be out and cleared up for the next wedding on the conveyor belt. Likewise with private parties and corporate events The Manor Barn offers a flexible and personal approach. So please do get in contact to discuss your event in more detail.
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About Wiltshire Museum
The Wiltshire Museum, Library and Gallery were set up and are administered by the Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Society (WANHS), founded in Devizes in 1853, after the acquisition of the John Britton library of topographical and antiquarian books and manuscripts by a group of Wiltshire gentlemen. The inaugural meeting resolved to form a society ‘to cultivate and collect information on archaeology and Natural History in their various branches and to form a Library and Museum illustrating the History, natural, civic and ecclesiastic of the County of Wilts’. Most of the original members were clergymen and landed gentry.
The Museum and Library have been at their current location in Long Street since 1873, occupying first the old Victorian Devizes Grammar School, then the two Georgian houses on either side of the Entrance Hall. Further extensions have increased its size to the present day. It has overseen many of the famous excavations on Salisbury Plain and the Marlborough Downs made by the Cunnington family and is a repository of the artefacts and writings of earlier antiquaries such as Sir Richard Colt Hoare of Stourhead House.
Its collecting area once covered the whole of the county, although this is now shared with neighbouring museums like the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum and the Alexander Keiller Museum at Avebury. Today the Museum is still collecting, and provides a valuable service in identifying and recording artefacts recovered both professionally and by members of the public interested in the increasingly popular subject of archaeology.
The Wine Circle
Contact: Roger Palmer
Led by our mentor Roger, we (often vainly) try to improve our understanding of wine. It is also an excellent way of meeting fellow villagers in a convivial and friendly atmosphere. We meet monthly in each others homes. Contact us at the email address above for more information
This is the official website of the Wylye and Till Valley Benefice. It provides links to the the Team and Churchwardens as well as to e-copies of the two magazines produced on behalf of the benefice: “The Messenger” and “Lower Wylye and Till Valley Parish Magazine“.
Valley Art GroupAll levels of experience welcome
Contact: Loraine Sparley
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Based in South Newton and Stoford, the first session of 2017 will be on Friday, January 13th. The group will meet every fortnight until Easter and beyond. There is a minimal fee payable to cover the cost of a hallContact Loraine for further information
Perhaps unsurprisingly for a village located on the edge of Salisbury Plain, we have a fairly high proportion of households with either current, or more especially, historic links to the Armed Forces. It’s worth noting that in the last couple of weeks, the government have launched a new website called Veterans’ Gateway, designed to be the first point of contact for Veterans and their families on issues ranging from healthcare and housing, to employability, finances, personal relationships and more.
Veterans’ Gateway is made up of a consortium of organisations and Armed Forces charities, including The Royal British Legion, SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity, Poppyscotland, Combat Stress and Connect Assist. They have connection with additional key referral organisations – both within and outside the Armed Forces sector – meaning that they can get you to the right organisation who can help. Veterans’ Gateway is funded by The Armed Forces Covenant, this is the first time a group of this kind has come together formally to deliver a service to help the Armed Forces community.
Creating Perpetual High Performance
Waves is an agile and innovative Learning and Organisational Development (L&OD) consultancy implementing transformational change across individuals and organisations to increase performance, productivity and profitability. At our core, are our people, bringing a powerful blend of business, educational and military experience, at board, executive and all other levels. Our approach is to dig deep to identify root causes and challenge attitudes, beliefs and behaviours. We develop the individual and the team through our unique and stimulating experiential programmes such as our Teamscapes team building partnership, herding sheep with Raising the Baa and as Authorised Partners of Patrick Lencioni’s ‘The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team’. Our facilitators can create bespoke delivery interventions to help your Team thrive, linked to ILM accreditation.
Scotland Lodge Farm is becoming the South’s reputed ‘Leadership and Delivery Centre’. In addition we can offer office space, a self-contained studio flat and a conference room to rent on a daily, or longer basis.
Wessex Water run a Priority Services Register (PSR) for those customers who are a priority (medical needs, etc) or are vulnerable. The web link is shown above.
Wiltshire Council is our local unitary Authority.
This is a directory of businesses, organisations and locally relevant individuals that are either based in Winterbourne Stoke, or are of interest to villagers and visitors to the area. As a Parish Council, we believe in advertising the breadth of activities that go on in small, rural communities like our own; activities that have a diversity and global reach that might surprise many.
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