Pets

Education, education…

Cats have long been seen as mysterious creatures – in reality we simply didn’t understand them. By their very nature, they are not demonstrative or ‘in-your-face’, so interpreting their emotions and needs can be tricky. But huge advances have been made in our...

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Enjoyable living in senior years

Valley News has put together an informative editorial feature about many different aspects of senior life. The feature provides practical advice on various issues, explains where to get support and information, and introduces several local businesses, including care...

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Corinne chooses change over stability

By Vaida Tamkiene Starting a business is something many people think about at one time or another during their lives, and underneath a desire to make money, or to be your own boss, often lies a deeper motivation. Wilton-based Corinne Roberts, who has 16 years’...

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Albino Starling living in Wilton

Mr and Mrs Booth who live in Bulbridge Wilton, by Wilton and Barford Primary School, were amazed when they spotted what they think to be a rare albino Starling on the bird feeder in their back garden. "He moved in about a week ago and keeps coming back. I haven’t as...

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Lost dog returns after seven month trip

Pay Grant, 85, was reunited with her beloved Manchester Terrier after more than seven months. The Chalke Valley dog went missing and ended up in Northamptonshire. “We had given up: there was no sign of the dog turning up," said Pay Grant The Grant family received a...

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Ducks rule OK!

People who keep pet ducks on fruit and veg allotments owned by the council will receive new written rules so they can quack in safety. The strict welfare instructions are being introduced at Ludgershall, Wiltshire, because it has become ‘very popular’ for people to...

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