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The store in Chippenham wanted to bring some Christmas support to five local charities by donating A 200 to each of them.
Corsham High Street twinkled and shone as the town turned out in force to see its Christmas lights switched on.
HOLIDAYS are coming to Swindon after the popular Coca Cola Santa truck stopped off at the town yesterday, much to the delight of Christmas shoppers.
The Bishop of Ramsbury Edward Condry, mayor Paul Batchelor and town crier Phil Seddon with a flock of Minster School pupils in Three Horseshoes Mall, Warminster, during the Messy Nativity Sheep Trail event The event invites people to spot knitted sheep in shop windows and runs until December 21, with a prize draw on December 24 at the Minster ... (more)
Devizes youngster Morgan Denbury is whizzing about with a smile on his face again after receiving a new scooter to replace the one stolen from his garden in November.
Angus Macpherson, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire, found out more about a countywide scheme he has funded when he visited Devizes Boxing Club.
Community fundraiser Marie Bucknell-Smith is the winner of this month's Wiltshire Times Community Hero due to the rapid success of the Melksham charity group she set up this year.
Steeple Ashton youngsters Monty and Nancy Lester, front, with triplets Isabel, Sophie and James Gore, and organisers Chris Plum and Rosemary Brett-Green St Mary the Virgin Church in Steeple Ashton is one of many giving the Salvation Army Toy Appeal a helping hand by holding a church toy service next Sunday.
The centre, in Cheney Manor Industrial Estate, was forced to close for the day due to loe lying smoke from the fire which broke out at Swindon Skips last Wednesday.
Welton Bibby and Baron moustache growers, front, Graham Haydon, Tony Ringe and Mike Gunstone; back, Terry Veale, Gavin Veale, Kev Burge and Nick Russell Razors were called into action all across Wiltshire last weekend, as fundraising efforts for Movember came to an end for another year.
Lisa Williams with Julie Perrett-Smith, Natalie King, Harmony Miller, Yasemin Kisioglu and Miranda Evans with hair they donated to be made into wigs for children with cancer It was a case of hair today gone tomorrow for five Bradford on Avon fundraisers who each had seven inches of their hair cut for a children's wig charity on Saturday.
The auction at Bonhams falls on the first anniversary of Dr Moulton's death and the money raised will go back into preserving the Moulton heritage.
It took about 18 months before they started courting and they married on December 9 1948 at St Anthony's RC Church, Melksham.
Buy this photo Councillors for Walcot and Park North, Mark Dempsey, left, and Abdul Amin at the play park which is to be removed due to the anti-social behaviour centred around it.Picture: ALEX SKENNERTON A PLAY park in Walcot will be torn down by Swindon Council after residents were plagued by youths misusing the site.
Massive plans for the regeneration of Langley Park and Hathaway Retail Park were given the go-ahead in principle tonight, after two years of discussion between agents and council officers.
A day was spent improving the environment for families living in Derriads Lane by Wiltshire Council's Chippenham community team.
Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford on Avon is on target with an appeal to pay for a new 'light sculpture' designed by Warminster artist Bruce Munro.