2022.1.16 Response to the Consultation for the Church Commissioners proposal for Roughmoor Lane Living as per website from Peter Bright. Click on this link to see it.
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Sorry but there seems to be little option under current circumstances but to cancel this event for this year. There would be uncertainty on just what the risks are, uncertainty about the numbers to cater for, and concern for the various helpers and organisers who would be more or less close together at various times. […]
This event was planned for the evening of 22nd December. Because of the current Covid situation this event will not now take place. It is cancelled and we hope for better circumstances at Christmas in 2022.
Westbury Inn: The Pub is open every day except Sunday evenings. Following the changes in Government guidelines it will not be compulsory to wear face masks on entering or moving around the pub. Face masks are no longer required but, of course, those who wish to, may continue wearing a mask as suits them. All […]
These are the photos that go with the Nature Notes in the PEW for August 2021. The Chalkhill Blue flies over unimproved chalk and limestone grassland from July until September. John Ball
2021.5.12 week beginning -Takeaway-Menu-PLB-version
Peacock butterfly as seen in Westbury flying on 2nd February 2021. Another was seen on 8th January and was barely able to fly! They hibernate as adults in sheds and wood piles and can come out at any time during the winter if there is a sunny warm spell. They will have returned to hibernation […]
2020.12.7 week beginning Takeaway Menu PLB version
The Hawkmoths, Sphingidae are a widespread family of moths with more than a thousand species worldwide. They are usually large, broad-bodied strong flying moths whose caterpillars have a characteristic tail spike. Some members of the group have long tongues and feed extensively being able to use long tubular flowers as nectar sources, while others have […]