Months after shutting due to the pandemic, the Horse and Groom in Charlton has re-opened for business.
WILTSHIRE Police is supporting a national surrender scheme to get dangerous weapons off the streets.
Under the scheme, which was launched by the Home Office yesterday, offensive weapons that will soon be prohibited as well as rapid firing rifles, which fire at a rate closer to semi-automatic rifles, can be surrendered to the police.
Wiltshire’s health boss says the county will be part of a pilot scheme surveying Covid-19 outbreaks across venues.
Malmesbury Primary School has been granted the chance to create an outside learning space to help Year 1 pupils.
Malmesbury League of Friends has donated a total of £61,000 in 2020 to a variety of local organisations and needy individuals.
More than 80 per cent of applications to allow carers to make difficult decisions for vulnerable people take far longer than the legal time limit to process.
CHRISTMAS time in schools means time for the nativity play, or nowadays often a play with a Christmas theme.
Woodland cover in Wiltshire could increase by 68 per cent if councils and the government worked together to boost tree planting, environmental campaigners have claimed.
Healthwatch Wiltshire has appointed four new board members to help prioritise health and social care issues most important to Wiltshire.
CHRISTMAS really is coming - and even if the Coca-Cola truck won't be rolling through our streets this year, lots of locals are making sure there's no shortage of festive houses to admire.
VILLAGERS in Lyneham and Bradenstoke have come up with a novel idea to help raise funds for the village church.
A Wiltshire office supplies company is hoping to spread some Christmas cheer this year.
Office Evolution in Melksham is asking businesses and residents to support two local specialist schools through their online gift list service.
Carer Support Wiltshire are grateful to the many organisations, businesses and individuals who have so far supported their Time for Carers Appeal, but are keen to encourage more to fundraise for unpaid carers this Christmas.
A CHIPPENHAM rock musician has received an award from the Canadian Country Music Association for international newcomer.
THIS week the national lockdown has ended and Swindon and Wiltshire has been placed into the Tier 2 “high alert” restrictions.
Malmesbury School is taking precautionary measures after one pupil at the school tested positive for COVID-19.
Decisions set for Freeth Farm Quarry in Compton Bassett have been delayed by a last-minute legal complication.
SWINDON isn't usually appreciated for its good looks. It doesn't draw the same kind of admiration neighbours like Oxford and Bath enjoy.