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  1. More detail on 50m development pot for 30 hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Nursery World

    Just under 200 nurseries, pre-schools and schools in England will share A 50m in Government funding to build, expand and refurbish premises ahead of the 30-hour offer. Providers or the local authority were required to raise 25 per cent of the funding to be eligible and be open by 1 September when the extended entitlement starts.

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  2. Robson green no more after Trowbridge triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    TROWBRIDGE Town manager Tom Robson couldn't shake the feeling of 'ground envy' when his side rocked up at Oakfields last weekend but in the end, hosts Melksham Town Reserves were the ones left green-eyed. Trowbridge, who suffered a punishing 7-0 defeat at Shrewton United in their final game before Christmas, have now gone three games unbeaten after they condemned Melksham to their first defeat at their shiny new multi-million pound home.

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  3. 50m development pot shared outRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nursery World

    Just under 200 nurseries, pre-schools and schools in England will share A 50m in Government funding to build, expand and refurbish premises ahead of the 30-hour offer. Providers or the local authority were required to raise 25 per cent of the funding to be eligible and be open by 1 September when the extended entitlement starts.

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  4. FOOTBALL: Melksham claim first points at new home as Park stun First Division leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Wiltshire Times

    MELKSHAM Town broke their duck at their new multi-million pound Oakfields home with a 2-0 win over Cadbury Heath in the Toolstation League Premier Division on Saturday. Darren Perrin's side, who were dumped out of the FA Vase by Toolstation Premier leaders Bristol Manor Farm in their first match at their new home last weekend, maintained their place inside the top four with a goal in each half.

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  5. White Horse Challenge brings in A 12,600 for air ambulanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | This is Wiltshire

    Paramedic Paul Rock receives the cheque from the organising committee members sand sponsors Clive Milner of Rocking Horse Nursery, Samantha Young of Monahans and Graham Young of Rygor Commercials The White Horse Challenge is a sponsored walk where entrants can choose to walk between seven and 52 miles over the scenic white horses of Wiltshire including Devizes, Alton Barnes, Pewsey, Marlborough, Hackpen and Cherhill. Zoe Meaden, business development manager at Monahans Chartered Accountants, and one of the event organisers, said: "We are very happy with the amount we have raised from the 2016 event.

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  6. New airbase to make Wiltshire Air Ambulance set for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    THE Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity's aspiration was to find a site for a custom-built airbase which it would own as well as bring together the operational, fundraising and administrative teams. Working alongside land ambulance crews and other emergency services, the charity delivers the best possible care to anyone who lives, works or travels in Wiltshire, as well as neighbouring counties such as Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset.

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  7. Prosure Insurance Launches Musician's Home InsuranceRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | PR.com

    Melksham, United Kingdom, January 20, 2017 -- -- By night Keith Svendsen is an experienced bass player with semi-professional gigging bands...but by day he works in the completely different world of insurance. They were two separate parts of his life until recently - when Keith devised a musical insurance policy that could be a perfect solution for gigging musicians.

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  8. A 3D image of Wiltshire Air Ambulance's new airbase at SemingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | Wiltshire Times

    THE Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity's aspiration was to find a site for a custom-built airbase which it would own as well as bring together the operational, fundraising and administrative teams. Working alongside land ambulance crews and other emergency services, the charity delivers the best possible care to anyone who lives, works or travels in Wiltshire, as well as neighbouring counties such as Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset.

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  9. Help hit A 1.25m goal for Wiltshire Air Ambulance's new airbaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Swindon Advertiser

    TODAY Wiltshire Air Ambulance launches its new fundraising appeal to raise the remaining A 1.25 million needed to complete its new airbase in the county. The Swindon Advertiser is backing the final push and is urging readers to support this vital charity that last year flew 81 missions in the Swindon area.

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  10. Message from TrustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    HELICOPTERS have been flying in various formats for the last 70 years or more, but just over 26 years ago there was no air ambulance in Wiltshire, which is pretty astonishing when you remember in what a large and mainly rural county we all are lucky enough to live. Thanks to modern technology and the dedication of our skilled aircrews, Wiltshire Air Ambulance can be anywhere in the county and its borders within 11 minutes of first notification of an emergency.

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  11. Get set for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    Working alongside land ambulance crews and other emergency services, the charity delivers the best possible care to anyone who lives, works or travels in Wiltshire, as well as neighbouring counties such as Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset. The service operates up to 19 hours a day, 365 days a year and flies, on average, two to three times a day.

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  12. Villagers warm to barista-style coffee serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    A GROUP of volunteers have set up a new pop-up coffee shop in Bowerhill, providing barista-style drinks without the need to travel to Melksham. Fronted by organiser Chris Sealy and seven other volunteers from the Core Church, Coffee on the Way will be setting up at Bowerhill Village Hall in Halifax Road on the first, third and fifth Wednesday of the month.

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  13. Shed group sets sights on new base after lottery grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    MEMBERS of the Melksham Shed group are celebrating after being awarded a grant from the National Lottery Fund to help pay for a new building. The group, which currently has its meeting place at the Forest Community Centre in Bowmans Court, has received a A 5,000 grant as part of the National Lottery funding for community projects in the south west.

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  14. Richard Youens, President of Wiltshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust WelcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Wiltshire Times

    HELICOPTERS have been flying in various formats for the last 70 years or more, but just over 26 years ago there was no air ambulance in Wiltshire, which is pretty astonishing when you remember in what a large and mainly rural county we all are lucky enough to live. Thanks to modern technology and the dedication of our skilled aircrews, Wiltshire Air Ambulance can be anywhere in the county and its borders within 11 minutes of first notification of an emergency.

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  15. It's a Field of dreams as Pewsey break their league duck - at lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | This is Wiltshire

    WILTSHRIE Senior League Premier Division strugglers Pewsey Vale Development finally have something to cheer about after they claimed their first win of the season last weekend. Mark Field's hat-trick earned Vale their first points of the season following a run of 20 straight defeats in a 3-2 away success over Malmesbury Victoria Development.

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  16. Help hit 1.25m target for Wiltshire Air Ambulance's new airbaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | This is Wiltshire

    At the launch of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance Airbase Appeal are, left, paramedic Richard Miller, chief executive David Philpott, and, right, head of operations Kevin Reed and head of capital appeal Cheryl Johnson. Picture by Trevor Porter TODAY Wiltshire Air Ambulance launches its new fundraising appeal to raise the remaining A 1.25 million needed to complete its new airbase in the county.

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  17. Crowds and teams flock to new Melksham sports siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | Wiltshire Times

    HUNDREDS of people flocked to the new football and rugby grounds in Melksham to watch the inaugural fixtures for the home teams. The new grounds, based at Woolmore Farm, opened its gates for the first Melksham Town matches on Saturday, with crowds eager to settle in to the new facilities.

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  18. RUGBY: Bradford spoil Melksham's partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | Wiltshire Times

    Callum Hurn dives over to score the first try at Melksham's new Oakfields comlex on Saturday BRADFORD on Avon head coach Dave George saluted his side's handling of Melksham's special day as the visitors wrapped up a 33-19 Dorset & Wilts One North victory at the weekend. Melksham were playing their first match at their new multi-million pound Oakfields complex, but Bradford secured a bonus-point success to keep themselves in the battle for a top two finish in the division.

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  19. FOOTBALL: Melksham miss out on debut winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | Wiltshire Times

    MELKSHAM Town saw their FA Vase exploits brought to an end as they were beaten 5-3 by the Toolstation Premier's pacesetters Bristol Manor Farm. Darren Perrin's side found themselves 3-0 down at half time in their first fixture in their new Oakfields stadium.

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  20. Popular hairdressers closed in CorshamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | This is Wiltshire

    A HAIRDRESSING salon in Corsham has been repossessed after the business struggled to survive despite support from the Martingate Centre. The lease to The Salon, which provided state of the art tanning, beauty, hair and massage treatments, was forfeited by the shopping centre on Wednesday, January 4 and director Andrew Hall said they could no longer support owner Angela Martin.

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