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Sep
28
Mon
Men’s Group
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Group

The Men’s Group restarted on Monday 15th June 2020, 7pm

The group are meeting online and in person when possible, while ensuring social distancing. What doesn’t change is the day, Monday and the time, 7pm.

For more information visit their Facebook Group @WestburyMen’sGroup
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Westbury Town Council launched its first Men’s Group, highlighting the fact that mental wellbeing is a yearlong focus.

The group will run every Monday at 7pm, usual in the Laverton’s Abraham room.

Wiltshire’s higher than national average suicide rate is one motivation for the group, not least because 75% of all suicides are male. It’s also true that 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem but are far less likely to seek help than their female counterparts.

However, the group is also aimed at anyone who just fancies a chat.

This meetup is all about having an informal space to talk or listen. Whether that’s about feeling a bit down or how terrible Man United are these days. There is no pressure and you don’t even have to say a word if you don’t want to. There’s tea, coffee and some snacks, along with a group of blokes who won’t judge and will just lend an ear.

This is going to be the start of a really exciting time for the town in terms of tackling it’s problems and highlighting its strengths together as a community.

The Westbury Men’s Group began on Monday November 4th, at 7pm at the Laverton.

Oct
5
Mon
Men’s Group
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Group

The Men’s Group restarted on Monday 15th June 2020, 7pm

The group are meeting online and in person when possible, while ensuring social distancing. What doesn’t change is the day, Monday and the time, 7pm.

For more information visit their Facebook Group @WestburyMen’sGroup
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Westbury Town Council launched its first Men’s Group, highlighting the fact that mental wellbeing is a yearlong focus.

The group will run every Monday at 7pm, usual in the Laverton’s Abraham room.

Wiltshire’s higher than national average suicide rate is one motivation for the group, not least because 75% of all suicides are male. It’s also true that 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem but are far less likely to seek help than their female counterparts.

However, the group is also aimed at anyone who just fancies a chat.

This meetup is all about having an informal space to talk or listen. Whether that’s about feeling a bit down or how terrible Man United are these days. There is no pressure and you don’t even have to say a word if you don’t want to. There’s tea, coffee and some snacks, along with a group of blokes who won’t judge and will just lend an ear.

This is going to be the start of a really exciting time for the town in terms of tackling it’s problems and highlighting its strengths together as a community.

The Westbury Men’s Group began on Monday November 4th, at 7pm at the Laverton.

Policy and Resources Remote Meeting
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Policy and Resources Remote Meeting

All council meetings are open to the public and press. Members of the public are invited to address the Council at this meeting at 7pm. You are asked to register at least 24 hours before the start of the meeting by emailing info@westburytowncouncil.gov.uk We will also accept written questions by email up to 3pm on the day of the meeting.

Any members of the press and public can follow this meeting by using this link: the link will be made available in advance of the meeting

PUBLIC FORUM: commencing 7pm (not to exceed 30 minutes). Members of the public are welcome to make representations, ask questions and give evidence at a meeting which they are entitled to attend in respect of the business on the agenda. Any individual representation is limited to no more than 5 minutes. The Chairman will call for representation from those who registered to speak; written representations can also be submitted to the Town Clerk in advance of the meeting. A summary record of any public participation session shall be included in the Minutes.

Recording and using social media is permitted at Council meetings which are open to the public however, anyone wishing to do so should speak to the Clerk prior to the meeting as there are rules which must be followed.

Westbury town council has resolved to capture a full recording of all committee and Town Council meetings (including the public forum) and will be published on our website.

Once the minutes have been approved and signed by the Chair at the next available meeting, the recording will be removed from our website

Oct
12
Mon
Men’s Group
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Group

The Men’s Group restarted on Monday 15th June 2020, 7pm

The group are meeting online and in person when possible, while ensuring social distancing. What doesn’t change is the day, Monday and the time, 7pm.

For more information visit their Facebook Group @WestburyMen’sGroup
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Westbury Town Council launched its first Men’s Group, highlighting the fact that mental wellbeing is a yearlong focus.

The group will run every Monday at 7pm, usual in the Laverton’s Abraham room.

Wiltshire’s higher than national average suicide rate is one motivation for the group, not least because 75% of all suicides are male. It’s also true that 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem but are far less likely to seek help than their female counterparts.

However, the group is also aimed at anyone who just fancies a chat.

This meetup is all about having an informal space to talk or listen. Whether that’s about feeling a bit down or how terrible Man United are these days. There is no pressure and you don’t even have to say a word if you don’t want to. There’s tea, coffee and some snacks, along with a group of blokes who won’t judge and will just lend an ear.

This is going to be the start of a really exciting time for the town in terms of tackling it’s problems and highlighting its strengths together as a community.

The Westbury Men’s Group began on Monday November 4th, at 7pm at the Laverton.

Oct
17
Sat
Litter Pick
Oct 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Litter Pick

Come lend a hand and help make Westbury a cleaner, safer and tidier place for all to enjoy.

We’ll bring – rubbish bags, litter pickers, hi-vis waistcoats
You bring – people power and any equipment you have

Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.

The location and meeting place will be confirmed nearer the time.

Oct
19
Mon
Finance Remote Meeting
Oct 19 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Finance Remote Meeting

All council meetings are open to the public and press. Members of the public are invited to address the Council at this meeting at 3pm. You are asked to register at least 24 hours before the start of the meeting by emailing info@westburytowncouncil.gov.uk We will also accept written questions by email up to 9am on the day of the meeting.

Any members of the press and public can follow this meeting by using this link: the link will be made available in advance of the meeting

PUBLIC FORUM: commencing 3pm (not to exceed 30 minutes). Members of the public are welcome to make representations, ask questions and give evidence at a meeting which they are entitled to attend in respect of the business on the agenda. Any individual representation is limited to no more than 5 minutes. The Chairman will call for representation from those who registered to speak; written representations can also be submitted to the Town Clerk in advance of the meeting. A summary record of any public participation session shall be included in the Minutes.

Recording and using social media is permitted at Council meetings which are open to the public however, anyone wishing to do so should speak to the Clerk prior to the meeting as there are rules which must be followed.

Westbury town council has resolved to capture a full recording of all committee and Town Council meetings (including the public forum) and will be published on our website.

Once the minutes have been approved and signed by the Chair at the next available meeting, the recording will be removed from our website

Highways, Planning and Development Remote Meeting
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Highways, Planning and Development Remote Meeting

All council meetings are open to the public and press. Members of the public are invited to address the Council at this meeting at 7pm. You are asked to register at least 24 hours before the start of the meeting by emailing info@westburytowncouncil.gov.uk We will also accept written questions by email up to 3pm on the day of the meeting.

Any members of the press and public can follow this meeting by using this link: the link will be made available in advance of the meeting

PUBLIC FORUM: commencing 7pm (not to exceed 30 minutes). Members of the public are welcome to make representations, ask questions and give evidence at a meeting which they are entitled to attend in respect of the business on the agenda. Any individual representation is limited to no more than 5 minutes. The Chairman will call for representation from those who registered to speak; written representations can also be submitted to the Town Clerk in advance of the meeting. A summary record of any public participation session shall be included in the Minutes.

Recording and using social media is permitted at Council meetings which are open to the public however, anyone wishing to do so should speak to the Clerk prior to the meeting as there are rules which must be followed.

Westbury town council has resolved to capture a full recording of all committee and Town Council meetings (including the public forum) and will be published on our website.

Once the minutes have been approved and signed by the Chair at the next available meeting, the recording will be removed from our website.

Men’s Group
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Group

The Men’s Group restarted on Monday 15th June 2020, 7pm

The group are meeting online and in person when possible, while ensuring social distancing. What doesn’t change is the day, Monday and the time, 7pm.

For more information visit their Facebook Group @WestburyMen’sGroup
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Westbury Town Council launched its first Men’s Group, highlighting the fact that mental wellbeing is a yearlong focus.

The group will run every Monday at 7pm, usual in the Laverton’s Abraham room.

Wiltshire’s higher than national average suicide rate is one motivation for the group, not least because 75% of all suicides are male. It’s also true that 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem but are far less likely to seek help than their female counterparts.

However, the group is also aimed at anyone who just fancies a chat.

This meetup is all about having an informal space to talk or listen. Whether that’s about feeling a bit down or how terrible Man United are these days. There is no pressure and you don’t even have to say a word if you don’t want to. There’s tea, coffee and some snacks, along with a group of blokes who won’t judge and will just lend an ear.

This is going to be the start of a really exciting time for the town in terms of tackling it’s problems and highlighting its strengths together as a community.

The Westbury Men’s Group began on Monday November 4th, at 7pm at the Laverton.

Oct
22
Thu
Neighbourhood Plan Remote Meeting @ The Laverton
Oct 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Neighbourhood Plan Remote Meeting @ The Laverton

All council meetings are open to the public and press. Members of the public are invited to address the Council at this meeting at 10.30am. You are asked to register at least 24 hours before the start of the meeting by emailing info@westburytowncouncil.gov.uk We will also accept written questions by email up to 3pm on the 20th October 2020.

Any members of the press and public can follow this meeting by using this link: the link will be made available in advance of the meeting

PUBLIC FORUM: commencing 10.30am (not to exceed 30 minutes). Members of the public are welcome to make representations, ask questions and give evidence at a meeting which they are entitled to attend in respect of the business on the agenda. Any individual representation is limited to no more than 5 minutes. The Chairman will call for representation from those who registered to speak; written representations can also be submitted to the Town Clerk in advance of the meeting. A summary record of any public participation session shall be included in the Minutes.

Recording and using social media is permitted at Council meetings which are open to the public however, anyone wishing to do so should speak to the Clerk prior to the meeting as there are rules which must be followed.

Westbury town council has resolved to capture a full recording of all committee and Town Council meetings (including the public forum) and will be published on our website.

Once the minutes have been approved and signed by the Chair at the next available meeting, the recording will be removed from our website.

 

Oct
26
Mon
Men’s Group
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Men's Group

The Men’s Group restarted on Monday 15th June 2020, 7pm

The group are meeting online and in person when possible, while ensuring social distancing. What doesn’t change is the day, Monday and the time, 7pm.

For more information visit their Facebook Group @WestburyMen’sGroup
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Westbury Town Council launched its first Men’s Group, highlighting the fact that mental wellbeing is a yearlong focus.

The group will run every Monday at 7pm, usual in the Laverton’s Abraham room.

Wiltshire’s higher than national average suicide rate is one motivation for the group, not least because 75% of all suicides are male. It’s also true that 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem but are far less likely to seek help than their female counterparts.

However, the group is also aimed at anyone who just fancies a chat.

This meetup is all about having an informal space to talk or listen. Whether that’s about feeling a bit down or how terrible Man United are these days. There is no pressure and you don’t even have to say a word if you don’t want to. There’s tea, coffee and some snacks, along with a group of blokes who won’t judge and will just lend an ear.

This is going to be the start of a really exciting time for the town in terms of tackling it’s problems and highlighting its strengths together as a community.

The Westbury Men’s Group began on Monday November 4th, at 7pm at the Laverton.