The Winchcombe Homeworkers Group is a useful networking opportunity for us all to meet up to exchange ideas and learn what support is available to improve our working lives. Sian Davies has just taken over the lead for the Group and would like to invite you to our next meeting. Please join us for an early morning coffee on Tuesday 29th April at the White Hart Inn 8-9am.
This months topics for discussion are:-
Get to know you- Introduce your business, bring business cards if you have them.
Brainstorming Subject - Future topics of interest for the Group.
Tell us about - Bob Turner and Katie Anson will update us on all the news from the Winchcombe Forum and explain how the Forum can help the Home worker.
The 2014 series of Guided Town Walks, which are supported by the Winchcombe Business Forum, start again on Easter Sunday and run until October.
They take place at 11 am and 2.30pm every Sunday, starting at the TIC; they are for anyone, visitor or resident, who is interested in the fascinating history of Winchcombe – from ancient Saxon Borough to WW2 and beyond.
They are short and easy: designed to be accessible to all, 1–1¼ hours, less than a mile, all on pavements around the town centre.
Following the great success of our first 1940's event in 2013, the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway are pleased to announce there will be a further "Wartime in the Cotswolds" weekend on Saturday and Sunday April 26th and 27th .Please mark the date in your diary now for another nostalgic light hearted weekend with plenty to see and do. Trains will be running from Toddington to Cheltenham Race Course (air raids permitting of course) and there will be lots of entertainment for the whole family.Enjoy the distraction of wartime songs and melodies while mingling with soldiers on leave and on duty; wonder at the bravery of the auxiliary fire service and see displays of military and civilian vehicles from the period and lots more.New for this year, a display and demonstrations of a fully manned RAF ops room provided by WWII RAF Group.To add to the weekend's atmosphere, we are pleased to announce that subject to operational requirements and weather conditions, an RAF Spitfire will overfly the event on the Sunday afternoon. Come along and enjoy the fun.
Anyone who has ever fancied themselves as the next Sara Cox or John Humphries should get on down to the Radio Winchcombe studios in Gretton Road.
The community station is looking for new presenters, disc jockeys, reporters and also back room staff.