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Beer lovers are getting in the mood to sink a pint or two at Chippenham's 23rd real ale festival, at the Olympiad on March 28 and 29. Tickets are on sale for the Chippenham Beer, Perry and Cider Festival, organised by the North West Wiltshire Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.
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Wessex Chambers is hosting a tour of the MoD Corsham site at Basil Hill on March 20. There are 15 places available on the trip, which runs from 10am to noon.
Local chef Peter Vaughan is showing pupils at a Calne school that baking bread is great fun as well as being a healthier way to eat.
A WILTSHIRE charity is getting behind apprenticeships as a way of tackling a high number of young people not in education, employment or training .
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident which occurred on and around the Bridgemead Roundabout on Great Western Way at around 1.05pm pm on Saturday 8 March.
Warminster business Webbs Motor Caravans continues to go from strength-to-strength, after acquiring Salisbury Caravans in Castlegate Business Park.
Diminishing stocks and high demand saw prices driven higher at the end of season Carter Jonas hay and straw sale, with the top price for wheat straw going to a Devizes farmer.
The TGI 'team' during their day of learning the cooking skills at Sampans Restaurant at the Holiday Inn, with the chefs who provided the training Eight teenagers from the TGI youth group in Bradford on Avon were given a cooking lesson by two expert chefs who run the Holiday Inn's Pan-Asian restaurant, Sampans, in Bristol.
Worried families have lobbied for a crossing near their homes in Bath Road, Devizes, because they fear someone could be seriously injured or killed trying to cross the road.
A DRIVER was so brassed off at getting a A 25 parking ticket - despite having paid and displayed - that he got 2,500 pennies and dumped them on the council office counter.
The retirement of retained firefighter Martin Hancock - after 29 years of protecting the population of Corsham - has ended a long association between his family and the town's fire service.
The allotments, off Green Lane, opened last June and have proved popular with residents eager to grow their own produce.
Leigh Park Hotel and Vineyard in Bradford on Avon has been rewarded with a plaque to mark 25 years with hotel chain Best Western.
Art teacher Emma Burbidge with 94-year-old Vera Wardell and some of the artwork, which is on display at Pewsey Gallery this month A dementia art group in Pewsey could be forced to put down their brushes if funding is not found to extend the project.
A teenager told his mum he may as well throw himself in front of a train before he lay on a railway line at Chippenham later that day.
CHILDREN at St Nicholas Primary School in Bromham will shortly bid au revoir to the teacher who has been introducing pupils to the French language through after-school fun and games for the last 21 years.