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From the Chairman, March 2017

From the Chairman, March 2017

  If it’s not too late, welcome to 2017 and the Society’s full programme, as shown on the back page of this edition.  For the first time, in a number of years, we had a Society talk at the Pound Arts Centre in January, moving the annual lunch to February 24th,...

A visit to Corsham Print

A visit to Corsham Print

It’s Thursday afternoon, February 9th and I have just returned from a most interesting and informative visit to our ‘Spotlight’ magazine printers, Corsham Print.

‘Old’ Pickwickians

‘Old’ Pickwickians

Our Editor, John Maloney's first article in the  July Spotlight, was of great interest to me, as he referred not only to his own property – 12 Pickwick, but the adjoining house No. 14. This was the home of my grandparents Bill and Rose Say, for about 40 years, it may...

'Old' Pickwickians

'Old' Pickwickians

Our Editor, John Maloney's first article in the  July Spotlight, was of great interest to me, as he referred not only to his own property – 12 Pickwick, but the adjoining house No. 14. This was the home of my grandparents Bill and Rose Say, for about 40 years, it may...

‘Above and beyond’: Corsham commemorates WW1 hospital at Town Hall

‘Above and beyond’: Corsham commemorates WW1 hospital at Town Hall

The title says it all ~ the hospital was instigated by Lord Methuen, the Parish Council and the Red Cross. Professional nurses came from far and wide to run the hospital but the local people also worked extremely hard to support the venture. Many ladies volunteered as...