Links - local needs

There are helpful links here to local needs - the Doctors' Surgeries; Police, and Potholes among them - and starting points for researching family History Archives... other village websites, useful links to Cinemas, train times, Library, Bee-Keeping course and the Radio Times! We can suggest these websites, but obviously we aren't responsible for their content - please let the webmaster know when you find any 'broken links'.

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Local weather ~ Salisbury today

The Doctors' Surgery in 6d Handley; and (near the Queen's Head) in Doves Meadow, Broad Chalke, 01722 - 780282

Wilton Rural Neighbourhood Policing ~ information and details: Police

Chalke Valley Link Scheme ~ good neighbour volunteers ~ for residents in our area who are elderly or incapacitated and unable to use public transport: Transport West (Berwick St John to Broad Chalke) 01722 780800 Transport East (Bishopstone to Bodenham) 01722 718780 Care and Support 01722 718830

SCHOOLS: Broad Chalke, Coombe Bissett, Longford

Coombe Bissett ~ Shop

Chalke Valley Buses ~ timetable

Chalke Valley Cricket Club ~ News

Chalke Vallley Archives ~ History

Chalke Valley Preservation Society ~ information

Chalke Valley Playschool ~ website

News and Notes ~ local information

Salisbury Cinema ~ Films

Salisbury Library ~ Book-search

Salisbury Playhouse ~ What's on

Salisbury City Hall ~ Events

Salisbury Arts Centre ~ Happenings

Salisbury Station ~ Train times

Skills3 ~ Learn Bee-Keeping

Post-codes ~ finding them here

Public Transport ~ local links

Radio Times ~ the guide to tv and radio

BBC World Service ~ access the World Service

Church Times ~ Church of England news

Independent village websites

Bishopstone ~ website

Broad Chalke ~ website

Coombe Bissett ~ website


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Do not recycle: flat or broken glass, spectacles, pyrex, light bulbs, Yellow Pages, pillows and duvets.

The Village Archive

is stored in the renovated Chapel balcony; would you like to contribute time, documents or money? If so, please contact Ann Ferreira 01722 780477 or Michael Roe 01725 519242. "Fancy Fantastic" costumes from past productions are also archived here: please contact Christina Reynolds 01725 519341

What's on

Chalke Talk - this month's services

Do you like Bacon? Great Talks? Good company? Men's Breakfast Saturday 7 February at 7.45am, Bishopstone Village Hall

7 February 2015 Find out more

Holy Communion with Ashing 12.00noon at Broad Chalke Church

18 February 2015 Find out more

Holy Communion with Ashing 7.00pm Coombe Bissett Church

18 February 2015 Find out more

Lent Lunch - Saturday 21 February at 12.30pm, Coombe Bissett Village Hall

21 February 2015 Find out more

Lent Talk - 'Listening to the Disadvantaged' by Colin Brady. Monday 23 February, 7.00pm Berwick St John Church

23 February 2015 Find out more

Deanery Open Meeting with Bishop Graham 'SOUTH SUDAN' - Tuesday 24 February at 7.00pm, Dinton Village Hall

24 February 2015 Find out more

Midweek Communion - Wednesday 25 February,12 noon Ebbesbourne Wake

25 February 2015 Find out more

Meditation - Thursday 26 February 2.30pm Lodge Farmhouse, Broad Chalke

26 February 2015 Find out more

Lent Lunch - Saturday 28 February,12 noon, Berwick St John

28 February 2015 Find out more

'Stations of the Cross' Pilgrimage Trail Opens - Saturday 28 February

28 February 2015 Find out more