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This is a stand-alone website, launched and managed by our own members, although we continue to maintain a close association with Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service.
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Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service will hold a Christmas Carol Service on 14th December 2017 at 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Methodist/URC Church, Long Street, Devizes.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
The WRFA has been invited to provide two of the eight Bible readers. Members wishing to volunteer for this privilege are requested to contact John Craig 01380 726343.
The latest SEPTEMBER edition of The Branch newsletter is now published. Go to THE BRANCH page to access.
Royal Marines Band Concert at Cheltenham Town Hall – Tuesday 28th November 2017
WRFA Christmas Lunch at The Bear Hotel, Market Place, Devizes – Saturday 16th December 2017
Menu/booking form is now available.
Latest date for receipt of bookings 8th December 2017.
Go to SOCIAL EVENTS page.
The next walk will be on Wednesday 6th December 2017. Full details are awaited.
2018 walk dates are not yet available.
Go to WALKING SECTION page.
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