Monday, 04 February 2019 22:20

NEWS IN BRIEF: The monochrome landscapes of John Virtue, drug arrests, a new wetland and planning applications Featured

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Monochrome

MARLBOROUGH: An exhibition of the monochrome landscapes of English artist

John Virtue is on at the Whitehorse Book Shop Gallery until February 15.

New wetland

FROXFIELD: Action for the River Kennet has requested planning to create a new wetland comprising a channel, small pools and damp grassland. A boardwalk and pond dipping platform with handrail constructed from dark brown recycled plastic will enable people to access and enjoy the site at Froxfield Meadow, Bath Road.

Demolish plan

BURBAGE: Planners have received an application from Robert Randall to replace a bungalow with a two storey house with detached garage. The property is at Mount Pleasant, 58 High Street.

Drugs arrests

UPAVON: On Thursday, January 17, three men were arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs after their car was stopped in Upavon near Pewsey by officers suspecting the car was carrying drugs.

Pub opportunity

SHALBOURNE: A brewery is looking for a new tenant for the village pub. The Plough Inn needs a new ‘business partner.’

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