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In this first issue of the new year, we find out about opportunities to get involved with the charities and organisations across the county in 2022. From helping with museum exhibitions and gardening to coaching adults who struggle with reading, we explore ways that you can offer your spare time; Jen Gale author of the Sustainable(ish) Living Guide explains how to make simple changes in our everyday lives that can make a difference to both our pockets, and the planet; Gary Lawrence heads to Salisbury Museum and discovers how National Lottery funding is transforming their exhibition space, bringing history back to life; Mary-Vere Parr meets Colin Heber-Percy the Savernake vicar, and author of Tales from a Country Parish – a new book inspired by reflections, shared with parishioners during lockdown; from a Moroccan princess to events at the Bleeding Horse inn we find out about the extraordinary history of Easton Royal; BBC Radio Wiltshire’s Shaun Hodgetts shares tales of life behind the microphone; at just 22 years of age, Jack Folkestone took part in one of the hardest endurance races in the world, raising funds for Horatio’s Garden; jewellery expert Izzie Balmer explains how to pick up a gem at auction; Sophie Butcher begins a new monthly series on gardening for bees; and we reveal the shortlist for the Wiltshire Life Awards 2022.

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