We have a diverse membership from Bath and the surrounding area. Younger singers aged 16-25 are actively encouraged to apply for our bursaries to help support vocal and artistic development. We strive to create a friendly and supportive environment in which to make music of the highest possible quality.
The Mendip School, a new special school for children aged 4-19, is delighted to announce that their preferred site at the Bath and West Showground, on the outskirts of Shepton Mallet, has been agreed with the developers. Planning permission has been granted and the school will open in September 2015.
Ever since the building of the original Victoria Hospital in the 1800’s the Frome community has always been involved in one way or another in the support of its hospital and staff.
In the mid-1980’s it was mooted that a new hospital was to be built. The then Friends group, in conjunction with the Frome Rotary Club, worked closely with the Victoria Hospital Trustees, and the NHS, in the planning of a modern medical facility to accommodate the growing population of Frome’s developing town.
Dinners for Dignity is an exciting and easy way to make a lasting difference to the lives of impoverished families in Sierra Leone. The concept is to hold a dinner party for your friends, and ask for donations in return for the meal.
Dinners for Dignity is run by Wherever the Need, an international charity working hard to alleviate poverty and improve health in India, Sierra Leone and Kenya.
The money you raise will go towards Wherever the Need’s projects in Sierra Leone, helping to bring life-saving sanitation and clean water to thousands of people.
Blue Sky Enabling is a fully accredited preferred provider of high quality flexible live-in and person-centred services to adults of all ages living with impairments, and/or disabilities. The company is dedicated to ensuring that all of the people that they work with are supported to live their lives in a way that promotes: free thinking; enjoyment; empowerment; and safety.