1 Innox Riverside development, Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Council planning refusal protest walk. Residents of Trowbridge have united to organise a public march in support of Innox Riverside this Saturday (7 July 2012). Supporters marched to County Hall where speeches were given. This was a truly unique event, showing that Trowbridge residents want to take the future of Trowbridge into their own hands and reverse the decision by Wiltshire Council to turn down Innox Riverside Development. 2 Innox Riverside Developement part 2. Trowbridge Wiltshire, the story continues Published on Jul 29, 2012 This short film is a personal documentary about the ongoing battle between Council planners, developers and the public. It covers a basic history of the Planning application, acceptance, rejection, protest march, petition, signatures etc. The facts and figures are to the best of my knowledge correct. It isn't sponsored by any companies. I created this film to help others understand what is going on, how it affects the town, how much locals the want it to happen and what is being done/can be done to help. 3 Innox Riverside Development campaign part 3, Trowbridge, Wiltshire Published on Feb 24, 2013 Hi, this is the third short film, updating the progress of the ongoing battle with Wiltshire council to get planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Bowyers site in Trowbridge. Please don't confuse this developement with the St Steven's Place development, this has nothing to do with that development. 4 Bowyers Trowbridge Dec 2014 An aerial view of the still (2017) empty Bowyers/Innox Riverside site
The Old Hilperton Meadows Hatchery Showing the work of the Hatchery based in Marsh Road, Hilperton, and which closed down in 2003
Trowbridge Spitfire Retail Park The original Spitfire manufacture took place in Southampton, but this location made it vulnerable to enemy attack. It was decided to disperse Spitfire production to Trowbridge, Salisbury, Reading and Newbury. To start with, production was set up on the old Boots site in Fore Street, at Bradley Road, near the car wash, and Barnes steamroller works in Southwick. These makeshift factories manufactured parts for a couple of years until a large purpose-built factory was constructed in Bradley Road. This enabled complete aircraft to be produced in Trowbridge for the first time.
Wiltshire College Trowbridge - Tourist Information A project by Wiltshire College Trowbridge students. Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012
The GAUMONT TROWBRIDGE Wiltshire Movie Palaces #96 - A brief visit to the GAUMONT, 27 Fore Street, Trowbridge, Wiltshire - the enlarged site of the original Palace Cinema. Opened in November 1937 by Gaumont/Albany Ward-PCT. Architects W. E. Trent and W. Sydney Trent. 1220 seats, 860 stalls and 360 balcony.
Larkrise Farm This 5 minute film visits Larkrise Community Farm in West Ashton, meeting some of the people and animals that make it such a special place to work and learn. Directed by Jamie McDine: ivisualise.co.uk
St Stephen's Place and Odeon development. 2006 to 2013
The proposal for St Stephens Place, Trowbridge received planning consent .The £12m scheme comprises a seven screen Cinema (27,000ft²), 80 bed hotel and seven family restaurants with extensive landscaping and creation of a new riverside walkway. Works started July 2012. The videos show the stages of the development, and and then concentrate on the cinema.
The Ushers brewery move from Trowbridge to North Korea. Ushers of Trowbridge was a brewery in Trowbridge between 1824 and 2000. North Korea's main brewery is actually English. It's the old Ushers brewery from Trowbridge in Wiltshire which North Korea took over - lock, stock and barrel. North Korea could have produced fine British ale but it chose to make pale, globalised lager. More fool them. 12 September 2016
A tour of Trowbridge park by drone. Recorded by Alan Campbell September 2016 and uploaded on May 12, 2017
Trowbridge Park: the past, Present and a glimpse into the future Published on Jun 22, 2017 Friends of Trowbridge Park: a group formed in 2014, to maintain and improve Trowbridge Park, and to help transform this space which has a great heritage, into a destination befitting the County Town of Wiltshire.