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02Mar
2022
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WOIC – March 2022

This edition includes information about the upcoming Jubilee events in Crudwell.
Download the March edition
We are pleased to note that distribution of the printed copy has now recommenced and will, subject to Covid progress and regulations continue throughout the year. The Parish Council has agreed to subsidise printing if required in order to ensure that production of this community resource continues

28Sep
2021
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WOIC – September 2021

Download the September 2021 Edition
(This is a copy of last month’s and that we will post October’s copy shortly.)
We are pleased to note that distribution of the printed copy has now recommenced and will, subject to Covid progress and regulations continue throughout the year. The Parish Council has agreed to subsidise printing if required in order to ensure that production of this community resource continues.

25Mar
2021
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WOIC – April 2021

April 2021 edition: click here
We’d like to draw your attention to three articles in particular: see following info
 
The first is from Avie David a very brave young woman who needs our help. She and her family are organising a number of fund raising events over the Easter Weekend and we’re sure many of us in Crudwell and the parish will do our best to support them.
The second is from the Carpenter family thanking the village for their support after the passing of Hope Carpenter. Hope will be missed by many of us as a regular ‘meet’ on walks around the village.
The third is a very important notification of the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum to be held on 6 May. Details are on pages 7-8.

24Feb
2021
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WOIC – March 2021

The March copy of eWOIC is now available online at WOIC – March 2021
In addition to the regular content there is also up to date Covid 19 information from Wiltshire Council and an Annexe detailing the proposed steps in the roadmap out of lockdown easing. There are also tributes to the late Derek Taylor.
 
 
 
 

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