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Wilton Carnival Queen crowned

Wilton Carnival Queen was crowned the on July 6 by the town mayor Cllr Peter Edge and Mayoress Pam Edge at the start a jam-packed weekend of activities. Queen Hollie Jones, her two Attendants, Tia Browning and Keeley Blackman, and the two Carnival Princesses, Natalie...

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Wiltshire is Cornwall bound

Wiltshire’s next match in the Western Division of the Unicorns County Championship is against Cornwall at St Austell on Sunday/Monday/Tuesday July 22/23/24, starting at 11am each day. Wiltshire's team SPONSORED BY WADWORTH & CO, includes Luke Evans (South Wilts), Tom...

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Wiltshire dubbed capital of walking netball

Since its launch in 2016, more than 200 people have tried walking netball in Wiltshire. The sport has developed so quickly in the county it has been dubbed ‘The Capital of Walking Netball’, according to Wiltshire Council. Now the council is ‘spreading the net wider...

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More Stones bypass consultations

Three changes are proposed to the Stonehenge/A303, Amesbury and Berwick Down scheme, and Highways England wants public views on them. The plan is to remove the link between Byways 11 and 12 in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site; to widen the green bridge near the...

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Gillingham is green

The public open spaces in Gillingham are recognised as one of the UK’s best green spaces This week, among a record number of parks and green spaces collecting a Green Flag Award, Gillingham have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as having some of the best...

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Mayor praises town and firefighters

Piers Brown, Mayor of Shaftesbury  has praised the residents for their resilience. In a statement to Valley News, he said: “As acrid black smoke billowed over Shaftesbury, last week, I was reminded  just what an amazing, supportive and caring community we have. A pile...

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Are The Stones rolling away from free sight

Wiltshire Council has been condemned for ‘stopping anyone getting a free close up view of Stonehenge’. The council has been accused of ‘flouting’ an Inspector’s decision by closing all byways ‘to motorised traffic’ by the internationally famous stone circles, visible...

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Mums and babies to join sing-along

Mums and babies are invited to join a sing-along with Thula Mama group. Thula Mama is named after  a traditional South African lullaby ‘Hush, Be Quiet, Don’t Cry’. The mums sing  to soothe their babies aged from newborn to pre-crawling, and  some yet to be born. Mums...

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Bacon, Freud and Hockney art benefit for city

Salisbury’s Young Gallery hosts a new exhibition that shows the work of significant and celebrated British figurative artists up to August 25. “The 26 works on show focus on innovators such as Auerbach and Kossoff, through to Freud, Bacon and Hockney. The works which...

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City’s history to be explored

Salisbury’s historic past is to be explored during the first-ever Fisherton History Society festival at venues across the city. “This is one of the most exciting local history events I have been involved in,” said organiser Cllr Frogg Moody. The research everyone...

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Library plans forest map

Gillingham Library has launched ‘a truly unique experience’ and invites residents to join Julian Stocks, artist in residence, to explore their concept of Gillingham’s Ancient Forest. “You don’t need to be an artist to participate – come and try something different,”...

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Wilton Carnival Queen crowned

Wilton Carnival Queen was crowned the on July 6 by the town mayor Cllr Peter Edge and Mayoress Pam Edge at the start a jam-packed weekend of activities. Queen Hollie Jones, her two Attendants, Tia Browning and Keeley Blackman, and the two Carnival Princesses, Natalie...

read more

Wiltshire is Cornwall bound

Wiltshire’s next match in the Western Division of the Unicorns County Championship is against Cornwall at St Austell on Sunday/Monday/Tuesday July 22/23/24, starting at 11am each day. Wiltshire's team SPONSORED BY WADWORTH & CO, includes Luke Evans (South Wilts), Tom...

read more

Wiltshire dubbed capital of walking netball

Since its launch in 2016, more than 200 people have tried walking netball in Wiltshire. The sport has developed so quickly in the county it has been dubbed ‘The Capital of Walking Netball’, according to Wiltshire Council. Now the council is ‘spreading the net wider...

read more

More Stones bypass consultations

Three changes are proposed to the Stonehenge/A303, Amesbury and Berwick Down scheme, and Highways England wants public views on them. The plan is to remove the link between Byways 11 and 12 in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site; to widen the green bridge near the...

read more

Gillingham is green

The public open spaces in Gillingham are recognised as one of the UK’s best green spaces This week, among a record number of parks and green spaces collecting a Green Flag Award, Gillingham have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as having some of the best...

read more

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Hot weather heats up tempers

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From the Editor – October 2017

By David Parker Government pressure on local authorities to build more houses seems to be imposing planning regulations and over-riding planning law. Housing estates are being imposed on areas but the numbers of houses to be built cannot match local facilities and...

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