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New 'Corsham in Focus' book published

New 'Corsham in Focus' book published

No doubt some of you will be aware that at the end of last month a pocket-sized book was published, Corsham in Focus, which contains superb B&W photographs of architectural features from buildings all within a mile of Corsham, including quite a few from Pickwick.

New lease of life for Corsham Civic Society planning group

New lease of life for Corsham Civic Society planning group

The group, valiantly run for some time by Margaret Smith, has recently gained a new lease of life by the addition of Larry St. Croix and John Maloney. The meetings are held every third week, two days before Town Council meets to consider the submissions for the...

The Head Family

The Head Family

  When the Head family emigrated into Corsham, all the way from many earlier generations a few miles down the road in Box, they came en-masse and they brought their Bath Stone yard with them. My paternal great-grandfather, James was born in 1841 in Box Hill, in...

What is Corsham Town Council for?

What is Corsham Town Council for?

What’s Corsham Town Council for! Councillor Ruth Hopkinson, Chairman of the Town Council; David Martin, Chief Executive; and Councillor Philip Whalley, Corsham Town Ward ~ notes of the talk on 27th January 2017 Michael Rumsey started the proceedings with a tribute to...

A tribute to Sally Fletcher, 16th August 1944 – 27th December 2016

A tribute to Sally Fletcher, 16th August 1944 – 27th December 2016

All the details below were provided by Sally’s brother, Nick, to whom the CCS extends its commiserations and expresses its grateful thanks. Sally was born in Shipley and adored Yorkshire, especially the Dales which are only a short drive north of where her family...

Exploring Wiltshire’s Parish Churches

Exploring Wiltshire’s Parish Churches

I’ve always enjoyed visiting parish churches while travelling around the UK and having spent 35 years working in Church of England primary schools, there was always a parish church attached which was visited frequently by the pupils and staff.