Watercress Walk

13 Feb 2018

Watercress Walk through Luccombe Mill and the path running through Wessex Water land is CONFIRMED as a Public Footpath with immediate effect. 

New Library Service

04 Jan 2018

New mobile routes for North and South Mobile libraries will commence from 12th February 2018.

Stay Safe Online

20 Dec 2017

DO YOU FEEL SAFE ONLINE? Anyone over 60, or 18+ registered disabled is eligible for online safety advise. The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust - Home Security...

The 64th EDINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL, 18-25 August.
18 Aug 2019;
12:00AM
REEVES ORCHARD – SUMMER CLEARING WORKING PARTY DAY, PLUS PICNIC LUNCH
24 Aug 2019;
10:00AM -
At Bratton Cricket Ground
24 Aug 2019;
01:00PM -
The 64th EDINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL, 18-25 August.
18 Aug 2019;
12:00AM
St. James Services
25 Aug 2019;
08:00AM -
AUGUST WEEKEND BREAKFAST
25 Aug 2019;
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Weekend Breakfast at The Duke 830 242
25 Aug 2019;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Baptist Church Service
25 Aug 2019;
11:00AM - 12:15PM
Takeaway PIZZA from The Duke 830 242 Every Night except Mon.
25 Aug 2019;
06:00PM - 09:00PM
New Pilates Class
26 Aug 2019;
09:30AM - 10:20AM

Events Calendar

The 64th EDINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL, 18-25 August.
From Sunday 18 August 2019
To Sunday 25 August 2019
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EDINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL, 18-25 August.
In the Priory Church, Edington. The 64th Edington Music Festival will shortly be with us. After the commemorations of 2018, this year’s theme, Laudate Dominum, is all about celebration, examining the relationship between worship and many aspects of our daily lives - Public Service, Nature, Education, Science, Healing and of course Music. The four daily services, sung by over 70 choristers from the UK’s Cathedrals and Collegiate Choirs, accompanied by some of the best organists in the country, include some absolute gems of sacred choral music. Plainchant, of course, then Byrd, Weelkes, Palestrina; Leighton, Vaughan Williams, Britten and more. The Requiem Mass returns to its usual Friday evening slot, and this year it is the sublime Requiem by Gabriel Fauré. One of this year’s highlights will be Benjamin Britten’s ‘Rejoice in the Lamb’ and the festival commission is from David Bednall. Regulars will be pleased that Jeremy Summerly is returning to take charge of the Consort; Matthew Martin continues his direction of the Nave Choir of men and boys, and Peter Stevens leads the Schola in their superb singing of plainchant at Matins and Compline especially. Former Festival Director Ashley Grote is one of the great organists who will be playing the organ before Evensong (Friday 24th).
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