BRIGHT sunshine on Saturday and Sunday brought out hundreds of villagers and visitors to West Lavington who spent part of the day trekking round its scarecrow trail.
Malmesbury Town Council has hired a new clerk.
After a rigorous process, the town council has appointed acting town clerk, Claire Mann to the role.
Alabaré, the Wiltshire-based charity which supports those who are vulnerable, marginalised and homeless, is gearing up for its third Big Sleep at Home event on Friday October 8.
ONE of Wiltshire's best-kept rural villages with a population of just over 1,000 people is to receive a top award next Sunday, September 26.
WILTSHIRE College & University Centre is hold graduation ceremonies for higher education students in November for the first time in two years.
A DEVELOPMENT of 50 houses in Malmesbury has been unanimously rejected by Wiltshire Council.
Stonewater Housing Association and White Lion Land had bid to build the development on land off park road in the town.
CREWS from Calne, Marlborough, Devizes, Swindon, Pewsey, Bradford on Avon and Trowbridge attended a fire involving a grain dryer.
NEW and returning students to Wiltshire College & University Centre have started their academic year by getting protected against coronavirus.
THE Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity at Semington has been gifted a tractor by local agricultural firm Howard & Sons.
WILTSHIRE Council project officer Simon J Marton has published his second book following the success of his debut work in 2019.
ONE of the world’s leading disabled badminton players is to go back to his old school next week to show off his Tokyo Paralympic Games silver medal.
THE new production of Ronald Harwood's The Dresser at the Theatre Royal in Bath is as good as drama gets.
A 20-year-old man from Ludgershall has been banned from driving for three years and given a suspended prison sentence following a number of drug-driving incidents.
ROAD works to improve the traffic signals at Plough Crossroads set to begin in October will see junction closure.
THE Council for the Protection of Rural England in Wiltshire has given a warm welcome to news that the Government is being recommended to rethink its proposals to relax planning regulations to allow further development.
RONNIE Scott's Jazz Club is one of the guest stars at this year's Devizes Arts Festival which is making a popular return from November 11-19.