3 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
The golden postbox in Bradford on Avon is being repainted gold this week as part of Royal Mail's nationwide project to strip back and repaint all 100 of its Olympic monuments in the United Kingdom.
6 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk
Mr Paget, a 35-year-old building surveyor, hopes to raise money for Parkinson's UK and Macmillan Cancer Support as they have supported his father, Jim Paget, 68 of Devizes, who has both conditions.
7 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
Anita Hodgson, Karen Brown, Tina Mead, Linda Roberts, Jayne Gaffney, Kelly Gaffney, Mary Harris, Clare McAtear, Stephanie Mundy and Claire Stevenson at the peak of Ben Nevis Fundraiser Anita Hodgson was overcome with emotion as she reached the top of Ben Nevis in a climb aimed at highlighting the work of the charity that supported her husband.
9 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times
Warminster Town Council will investigate whether funding would be available to accommodate a day care facility either at Dewey House or at St John's Hall when Woodmead Residential Home closes.
9 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Tragic: Sandra Wiltshire, 68, died along with her dog Bruce when they were trampled by cows last year, an inquest heard today A retired accountant was trampled to death by a herd of cows as she walked her dog, an inquest heard today.
13 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk
At an inquest into Mrs Wiltshire's death in Salisbury this morning, Sylvia Crawley said she was on her way back home walking her dog when she saw Mrs Wiltshire and her dog, Bruce, lying in a field off Riverside Drive.
When the pair saw each other across the dancefloor at the community centre in Faringdon Road in 1951, sparks flew - and the rest is history.
MOVES to give young people in Highworth a new area to play are set to be submitted to Swindon Council.
Michael Chudley told police he had planned to shoot himself in a bedroom of his former home but gave up when he could not gain entry.
FROM 1st June fire stations at Tisbury, Wilton and Amesbury will hold emergency foodboxes on behalf of the Trussell Trust.
Westbury Train Watch will be meeting this afternoon after plans for rail electrification at Westbury Train Station took another backwards step today.
A man accused of a series of sex offences against a child, including attempted rape, has been released on bail.
A CAMPAIGN to bring back the Christmas market has received the support of hundreds just days after it was launched.
Among the top prizes are A 500 in cash, a six-month membership to St Mary's sports centre, dinner for two at the Foxham Inn and a light aircraft flight from Yatesbury Airfield.
Anger at the change of name of a historic site in Devizes has resulted in a partial climbdown by the developers.
Warminster Town Council has decided to end its involvement with a self-build scheme proposed for land off Boreham Road.
ALMOST 200 people turned out on a sunny but blustery day for the second Chippenham Harriers' five-mile road race and family fun runs on Sunday.