- From the Chair
- CSS New Year Lunch
- RNLI Mollie Mitford
- Beckford’s Tower Project
- The Old Vicarage
- Quarrymen of Corsham
- 80 Years This April
- Mayors of Bath
- Post boxes of Corsham
- Responses to Book Reviews
- Book Review
- Some Corsham street signs and new businesses, Part 1
- Catherine Eden RIP
- Planning round-ups
TUESDAY, 7th DECEMBER 2021 10 o’clock Room CBO1 Hartham Park marks the start of the 4-day Planning Inquiry into an Appeal by Care UK against Wiltshire Council’s rejection of their plans for an 80 bed Care Home in Pickwick. The Appeal is to be heard before Janet Wilson...
Pickwick, some aspects of life and times is an exhibition at Corsham Library and part of Corsham Story Town. The exhibition is primarily aimed at children up to the age of 11 years old but can be enjoyed by all ages.
The attached details are the Planning Inspector's decision to dismiss the appeals by Gladman concerning their Bath Road proposals. Click on the image below to read full report:
This Spring sees the departure from Corsham of one of the Civic Society’s longest serving Committee members, Pat Whalley. Corsham born Pat is taking the opportunity of downsizing and moving to Broughton Gifford to stay with her son David and family. For Pat this has...
The sequel to Pickwick Capers – boldly entitled ‘Pickwick Winter Tales’ took place this winter as a Zoom event in conjunction with Corsham Regis Primary Academy last December. John Maloney has put together a record of the exercise which you can download here: Pickwick...
Recently, I was much cheered by negotiating a part-exchange of our old, failing grandfather clock for a mid-19th century one by Mr Thos. Bullock, made in Corsham [it’s on the clock face!] whose shop in Pickwick Road I have worked out is now Corsham Hardware, No. 27....