POLICE have concluded forensic examinations taking place in the churchyards of St Andrew’s Church in Collingbourne Ducis and at St Mary’s Church in Collingbourne Kingston.
DANI Harmer, one of the biggest stars of children’s television in BBC history, is set to play Fairy Godmother in Bath’s Christmas pantomime, Cinderella.
Marlborough dental lab technician Trevor Goodall has been lauded for raising an astonishing £1m for special baby care.
Chippenham’s Taj Mahal has been voted the best curry restaurant in all of Britain – and next it could win a Michelin star.
THE Mayor of Chippenham has unveiled a Blue Plaque to commemorate one of the first female presidents of the Trades Union Congress.
SOMETIMES I just wish that writers, directors and producers would just leave William Shakespeare alone.
His plays, that is.
I'VE never read one of Peter James' crime novels so I was interested to see how well his bestselling thriller Looking Good Dead would transform to the stage at Bath's Theatre Royal, where it is on until Saturday.
A SOLDIER who died during a military training exercise on Friday has been named as Jethro Watson-Pickering from 3 Yorkshire Regiment.
A SOLDIER who died during a military training exercise on Friday has been named as Jethro Watson-Pickering from 1st Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment.
A SOLDIER who died during a military training exercise on Friday was apparently killed when an armoured vehicle overturned and hit a tree.
A COUNTRYSIDE charity in Wiltshire has welcomed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's statement to prioritise development on brownfield sites.
FAMILY favourites Patricia Hodge and Nigel Havers star in a new staging of Noël Coward’s comic masterpiece Private Lives as The Nigel Havers Theatre Company launches its first production at Bath’s Theatre Royal later this month.
ORGANISERS of Calne's Beat the Street have praised residents for 'stepping up to the plate' and taking part in a giant keep fit challenge.
WILDLIFE artist Celia Smith is staging an exhibition of sculptures and prints of birds at No 19 Corsham High Street from Saturday .
A WILTSHIRE couple whose twin baby girls died have raised over £10,500 to help other grieving parents at the RUH.
PLANS for a replacement house and garage in Murcott have been rejected by Wiltshire Council.
Neville Hughes of Murcott Farm in Crudwell had applied to replace the bungalow at his farm.