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Wednesday, 27 January 2021 20:48

Crew tackles car fire near Corsham

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A fire crew from Corsham was called out late last night to tackle a care on fire at Box.

PRIME Minister Boris Johnson yesterday confirmed that schools across the country will not reopen until at least March 8.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 23:37

New award for Whatley Manor after sustainability success

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Staff at Whatley Manor, in Malmesbury, are celebrating after they were featured in Michelin's newly-published 2021 list.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 23:13

Obituary: Jean Bowers

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Mrs Jean Bowers

A POPULAR and long-serving member of Girlguiding, Mrs Bowers died at home in Trowbridge on January 2 aged 71.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 20:00

‘Disgraceful’ Lacock criminal targeted woman, 83

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A “DISGRACEFUL” criminal with a history of targeting elderly and vulnerable victims in distraction burglaries stole an 83-year-old woman’s savings.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 19:29

Fire crews mobilised for fires in the open at Corsham and Market Lavington

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FIRE crews in Wiltshire were mobilised to tackle two fires in the open at Corsham and Market Lavington yesterday evening.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 06:48

Police stop five vehicles on M4 for being dangerously overloaded

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FIVE vehicles were stopped on the M4 on Friday for being dangerously overloaded.

In partnership with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, the Wiltshire Roads Policing Unit targeted commercial vehicles at Junction 18 of the M4.

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 06:07

Naval shell on Pewsey farm was found five years ago

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A WILTSHIRE farmer has told how he kept an old 1950s naval shell for five years before deciding to report it to police.

Monday, 25 January 2021 04:21

WATCH: Army explosives team blows up wartime bomb

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EXPLOSIVE experts have detonated an unexploded wartime bomb found in a farmer’s field near Pewsey.

The four-inch naval shell was blown up last Friday – leaving a gaping hole in the farmer’s field at Stanton St Bernard.

FIRE crews in Devizes gained entry to a property earlier this morning to give South West Ambulance Service paramedics access to a patient who had fallen inside.

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