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3 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
The band, which consists of Dick Lucas, Bruce Treasure, Andy Gale, Trotsky and Grant Jackson, formed in Warminster in 1981 and enjoyed some success with albums including The Day the Country Died, From the Cradle to the Grave and Worlds Apart.
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7 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser
THE new A 50m Regent Circus leisure destination has added more spice to its menu of restaurants after securing another well known chain.
9 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times
Neil Sutherland and Darren Healey both pleaded not guilty to a charge of actual bodily harm when they appeared at Swindon Crown Court on Friday.
12 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser
The Hi5 camp is available at Swindon Council's Haydon Centre in Thames Avenue, Haydon Wick , on December 23, January 2 and 3. The camp provides activities for children of primary school age and covers all aspects of a child's development and well-being including their emotional and social needs.
14 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk
Despite fewer participants in this year's White Horse Challenge the event raised an impressive A 8,801 for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
14 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk
Dog owner Nicky Moffatt was astonished when she was asked to pay damages after her Jack Russell Rudi piddled on a plant outside Floral Culture.
15 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
The Christmas lights switch-on went off with a bang, but shoppers are less than impressed with the end result THE Christmas lights in the town centre have received a mixed reaction from shoppers, with many suggesting not enough has been done to get shoppers in the festive spirit.
Miss Dytham is a self-supporting minister attached to the Savernake team, with particular links to Burbage, and works part-time at the Haine & Smith headquarters in Pewsey.
From the left, carnival princess Isla Fishlock, flower girl Jody Harris and carnival queen Katie Hogg at the switch-on Pewswey villagers crowded together in the Market Place, around the King Alfred Statue, to see Carnival Queen Katie Hogg have the honour of turning on the lights.
Head teacher Malcolm Irons, left, with Margaret Bryant, working with the area board, and head of sixth form Glyn Evans Sixth formers at Devizes School are to receive help to improve their prospects of work or further education in a new mentoring scheme jointly funded by the school and Devizes Area Board.
David Elkin, Walid Jamous, Jerad O'Pray, David Miljkovic and Tim Johns of MSA Environmental Ltd who have moved into new offices in Castle Street, Trowbridge An environmental and engineering consultancy is marking 25 years in business with a move to new offices in Trowbridge at Avon Court, Castle Street.
International Chess Master James Sherwin, who once played Grand Master Bobby Fischer, shared his skills at the launch of a new chess club in Winsley.
The West could be in even more danger of seeing its 'most important landscapes' swallowed up by inappropriate development after a landmark ruling by a Government planning inspector.
Corsham teenager Amy Charlesworth is one step closer to realising her dream of performing on the West End after reaching the second round of a national competition.
A teenage flying fanatic is aiming high to honour the memory of his pilot father who was killed in the Hatfield rail crash.
Around two dozen people met on a recent Saturday morning in Southwick Country Park to witness the planting of an oak tree in commemoration of Mary Stacey.
Rapidly growing Devizes Canoe Club has secured its future after Wiltshire Council agreed to transfer a depot for it to become its base.