Don’t forget to join us and lend a hand with the village spring clean this weekend.
We are meeting at 11am at the Village Hall. Further details can be seen here
Swindon Borough Council are trialling a new voter ID system at the elections next week. Please remember to take either your polling card or a form of accepted identification along with you to the polling station.
Full details of what ID is accepted as well as information how it will work can be seen here
South Marston Open Spaces Working Group invites you to a meeting in the village hall on Friday 27th April to discuss improvements to the Village Garden and War Memorial which is located in the centre of the village, opposite the school.
The meeting will be hosted by Chris Brooks and Anne Featherstone who are both members of the Open Spaces Working Group. It will run from 7pm – 9pm with some light refreshment provided.
This year is the centenary of the end of WWI (11th November 1918), and the formation of the RAF (1st April 1918). Chris and Anne are looking to bring together people who are interested in preparing the garden for these special dates and planning for the garden’s future.
Funding has been secured from the F&E Harris Memorial Trust and
South Marston Parish Council and remedial works have already been carried out.
The meeting is an opportunity for everyone to share ideas and/or offer practical help for 2018 and beyond.
We hope you are able to come along. Please call Chris (01793 829868) or Anne (07966593026) if you have any questions/ideas.
The Friends of South Marston Primary School are hosting a fun filled evening at the Coleview Community Centre on Friday 18th May 2018 to raise funds for the school.
Tickets are just £5 and everyone is welcome. Entertainment will be provided by the Groove Radicals, a nine-piece band who play classic disco, soul and funk.
Following the snow last week, we were forced to reschedule our village Spring Clean to a new date of Sunday 29th April 2018.
Can you help? Any time you can give will be much appreciated. We really need your help and everyone is welcome! Those with children can help by collecting litter in safer areas around the village. All equipment (including litter grabbers) will be provided by SMRA and the Parish Council.
We will be meeting at 11am in the Village Hall.
If you are unable to join us on the day, you can help by spending a few minutes tidying outside your property. It all helps.
Let’s all work together making South Marston a clean & safe place to live. Let’s stamp out littering & fly tipping. For further information please contact Mandie Olive on 07794076015 or email@example.com
Thank you to our contractor, AllBuild Building & Landscape, who are kindly supporting this event by disposing of all waste collected on the day for free.