WHEN lockdown shut down the high street confectioner Victoria Parry had to completely rethink her fledgling business.
Tina Ceferin has completed an incredible 1.5m steps in 100 days in aid of Wiltshire Air Ambulance to thank the charity for changing her life.
SHOPPING locally is vital to helping safeguard the future of Wiltshire’s high streets.
Since lockdown, the Gazette has been running a campaign encouraging people to support their local traders and businesses.
THE future of thousands of students hangs in the balance today.
With this summer’s examinations cancelled due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, the A-level results published today, and the GCSE results to come out next week, have been calculated by combining teachers’ estimated grades for individual pupils with a statistical model based on the school’s past results.
THREE Wiltshire schools are to receive a share of £560million in government funding to upgrade schools across the country.
WE'VE written plenty of stories recently in the Gazette and Herald about pubs re-opening, welcoming back regulars and diners after lockdown.
National Express has increased travel connections by adding Wiltshire towns its coach routes.
This include to 401 service between Bristol and London, which will now stop at Trowbridge, Melksham, Sells Green, Devizes and Wroughton via Swindon and Heathrow.
The weekend has seen nine more cases of coronavirus cases recorded in Wiltshire, official figures show.
More drugs are being uncovered by staff during searches at Erlestoke prison, new figures reveal.
It comes as drug finds in jails across England and Wales reached a record high – but prison reform charity the Howard League has warned confiscations do not show ‘the true scale of the problem’.
Six more cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in Wiltshire, according to official figures.
Public Health England figures show that 1,316 people had been confirmed as testing positive for Covid-19 by 9am on Thursday, August 6 in Wiltshire, up from 1,310 the same time on Wednesday.
THE last few months have proved a testing time for traders, but there are some who have gone above and beyond to look after their customers.
THE number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in Wiltshire has increased by 24 since last week but no new cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours, official figures show.
Wiltshire experienced substantially more deaths than normal during the worst period of the coronavirus crisis, new analysis reveals.
CARE homes, schools and high-risk settings are Wiltshire Council's top priority in its Covid outbreak control plan.
Hundreds of people were killed or seriously injured on Wiltshire's roads last year, new figures show.