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  1. in Pictures: Storm Imogen hits DorsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Bournemouth Echo

    Gale force winds of more than 60mph hit the coast, with ferries cancelled and flood alerts issued for both Poole and Christchurch harbours. At Sandbanks , waves crashed over the sea wall, flooding Shore Road, with the chain ferry service cancelled due to the high winds.

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    Sunday Feb 7 | Western Gazette

    The first is for the Middle Stour from Sturminster Newton to Wimborne, and applies to Hammoon, Bere Marsh, Stourpaine, Durweston and Lower Blandford St Mary. The second is for the Rivers Stour and Iwerne and will have an impact on Havelins and the SPFA sports pavilion areas in Stourpaine.

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  3. Hat-trick of wins sends Salisbury RFC into fourth placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2015 | Salisbury Journal

    TRY fest ensured Salisbury RFC secured a 45-10 win over Trowbridge RFC - their heaviest in South West 1 - at a rain-drenched Castle Road. Scorers Rob Larcombe, Tom Pottage , Christian Metson and Ollie Bowden see Green and Whites climb into fourth place after a third win on the bounce.

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  4. Trowbridge author visits former school to inspire future writersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | This is Wiltshire

    Author Joffre White once a pupil at Parochial school arrives back to his old school now Bellefield in Trowbridge.. Pics Trevor Porter TP52400/02 AUTHOR Joffre White took a step back in time by visiting his old school in Trowbridge to show pupils what it takes to become a writer.

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  5. Embroidery group enjoy range of needlework activities Frome &...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Wiltshire Times

    Frome & District Branch of Embroiderers' Guild have had some varied and interesting meetings, covering both hand and machine embroidery and mixed media techniques as well. In June Annette Emms came again to tutor a workshop, this time showing us several ways of transferring images to fabric.

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  6. Elderly residents on 'tranquil' residential park forced...Read the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Small World News Service

    Pensioners in a tranquil residential park are arming themselves with water pistols and walking sticks - to fend off a pair of aggressive The two feathery fiends live on a river next to Hope Mill Park and had lived in harmony with residents for over a decade. The huge birds harass cyclists, hiss at lorries and chase the postman on a daily basis - and one even attacked a toddler last year.

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    Saturday Jan 30 | This Is Somerset

    Pensioners in a Cotswolds residential park are arming themselves with water pistols and walking sticks - to fend off a pair of aggressive swans. The two birds live on a river next to Hope Mill Park and have lived in harmony with residents for over a decade.

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  8. Hat-trick of wins sends Salisbury RFC into fourth placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2015 | Salisbury Journal

    TRY fest ensured Salisbury RFC secured a 45-10 win over Trowbridge RFC - their heaviest in South West 1 - at a rain-drenched Castle Road. Scorers Rob Larcombe, Tom Pottage , Christian Metson and Ollie Bowden see Green and Whites climb into fourth place after a third win on the bounce.

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  9. Rugby: Head coach Dunne is keen to build momentumRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2015 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    HEAD coach Paul Dunne is hoping that he will finally get a proper chance to see what his Dorchester side is made of during their run of games between now and Christmas. With breaks for cup competitions and the World Cup, Dorchester, like the other teams in Southern Counties South, have only played five league fixtures since the opening day of the season on September 12. And with the county town outfit forfeiting their clash at Devizes on matchday two because they couldn't raise a side, they have actually taken to the field just four times so far this term.

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  10. Girl, 15, arrested after house blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Wiltshire Times

    A 15-YEAR-OLD girl was arrested on suspicion of arson and two counts of assault after an incident in Sutton Veny. Police were called to assist ambulance and fire crews at a property in Haycombe Hill just before 7.15pm on Sunday, January 17, following reports of a fire in a first floor bedroom of a detached house.

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  11. Charlton MusgroveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | FarmingUK

    Stoke Farm is located to the north of the village of Charlton Musgrove. The A303 lies approximately three miles to the south offering a direct link to the M3 and London beyond.

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  12. MPs unite in call for faster broadbandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | This Is Somerset

    More than a dozen West MPs have called for greater competition in the broadband market, as a new report reveals the South West has some of the worst superfast access in the country. The group of Conservative MPs have joined 121 of their cross-party colleagues in condemning the "natural monopoly" that BT Openreach enjoys, which they claim is holding the UK's digital economy back.

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  13. The Finest Digital Creative Design Agency In FromeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | PR Log

    Jan. 27, 2016 - PRLog -- Wiltshire boasts some of the greatest scenery to be found withinthe the United Kingdom. With major tourist attractions like Stonehenge, The Salisbury Plains and Longleat Safari Park, the county is home to some of the finest beauty spots in the country.

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  14. Click through our gallery to see Barbara Hulanicki & Peony & Moore's handbag designsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | This is Bath

    The mother and daughter duo behind international Frome-based handbag company Peony & Moore have collaborated with fashion royalty Barbara Hulanicki on a new range of designs. They tell Bath Weekend magazine's Lisa Evans what it's like to work with the iconic Biba founder and why Bath inspires them in so many ways.

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  15. Long delays on A350 due to roadworks in BeanacreRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2015 | Wiltshire Times

    The X34 Faresaver buses between Chippenham and Frome via Melksham and Trowbridge have reported long delays due to the works. X34 running upto 25minutes late at the present, due to roadworks at Beanacre. this is outside of our control. Drivers are doing their best.

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  16. Giving tree bares fruit in Bradford on AvonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | Wiltshire Times

    HUNDREDS of donations have flooded into Dorothy House Hospice Care in Winsley and Bath Cats and Dogs Home following a giving Christmas tree project in Bradford on Avon. The tree in Lamb Yard, organised by Christopher Curtis, Frome College's head of maths and a town resident, has been inundated with contributions since it opened for business late last month.

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  17. Nature reserve being developed for Freshford Primary SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2015 | Wiltshire Times

    A DILAPIDATED mill in Freshford is being transformed into a haven for local wildlife, 21 new homes and a nature reserve for Freshford Primary School children to learn about. Ecological companies Environ and Simecology are working to rejuvenate Freshford Mill, on the River Frome, to become a learning and environmentally friendly development.

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  18. 'Giving' tree ready for work in Bradford on AvonRead the original story

    Nov 26, 2015 | Wiltshire Times

    DONATIONS for Bradford on Avon's working Christmas tree are flooding in to support the Bath Cats and Dogs Home and Dorothy House Hospice Care in Winsley. The 15ft Nordic pine, which was decorated last weekend in Lamb Yard by a local artist and pupils from Frome College and St Laurence School, will be in operation when the town switches on its Christmas lights tonight.

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  19. Bath has a lot more to offer than just its Roman spa and Georgian architectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | Mirror.co.uk

    Stephen Hayward enjoyed the beautiful city's delights - but also found much more to enjoy away from the tourist hustle and bustle Think of Bath and it's usually the 2,000-year-old Roman spa or stunning Georgian architecture that spring to mind. But tear yourself away from the ancient city and there's plenty to do and see, from spectacular aqueducts to riverside walks and breath-taking landscaped gardens.

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  20. Mells ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2016 | This is Bath

    Jack Horner, steward to Abbott Richard Whiting of Glastonbury Abbey at the time of the Dissolution, was sent to London with the deeds to a number of manors that were part of the rich demesne of the Abbey. For his efforts, Henry VIII told him to 'pull out' one of the deeds for himself, the prize being none other than Mells Manor.

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