Charitable events happening soon:

  • Saturday 30 September 2017 at 19:30
    Come and join us for a Harvest Supper at Farley Village Hall in aid of Morning Star and Farley Ward Tickets £10,  for hot homemade savoury and sweet dishes*  Do bring own drinks! Morning...
  • Sunday 01 October 2017 at 11:00
    Come and join us for a Harvest Service: Sun 1/10/17 at 11am at All Saints’ church, Farley Food collection to Trussell Trust.  Any gifts of tinned and dry food would be much appreciated. (Door...
  • Sunday 01 October 2017 at 11:00
    Come along and join us for a Harvest Festival Service with a difference.  Please if you can bring along a gift of food for the Trussell Trust,    
  • Wednesday 11 October 2017 at 20:00
    Every 2nd Wednesday of the month we hold our popular QUIZGO nights- a cross between a Quiz and Bingo! Very informal, lots of cheating, lots of fun- individuals or groups welcome and all in aid of our...
  • Saturday 28 October 2017 at 19:00
    Information on the Pitton Social Club can be found here.
  • Wednesday 08 November 2017 at 20:00
    Every 2nd Wednesday of the month we hold our popular QUIZGO nights- a cross between a Quiz and Bingo! Very informal, lots of cheating, lots of fun- individuals or groups welcome and all in aid of our...

Pitton Ward at Salisbury District Hospital

Pitton residents have provided support for Pitton Ward at Salisbury District Hospital ever since it was officially opened on 20th January 1993. Over the years money has been raised to buy items such as televisions, domestic appliances and medical equipment for the benefit of patients and staff.

Murals capturing the spirit of Pitton with scenes of St Peter’s Church, the Silver Plough and Webb’s Farmhouse on Whitehill, painted by local artists Sharon Rogers, Harry McMasters and Iris Stowell are features which brighten the walls of the Ward.

 

There is a small Committee which deals with the liaison between the Village and the Ward, present members being:- Brian Cole (Chairman/Secretary), John Veck (Treasurer), Olive Veck, Veronica Townsend and Ann Pope.

For more information about the work that the village does for Pitton Ward at Salisbury District Hospital, please contact Brian Cole on 01722 712288.