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Published on March 25, 2014

Westbury Age Concern charity shop to move to the High Street

FORthe last 24 years Age Concern UK have run their charity shop in Edward Street, opposite the Morrison’s store. Sadly, the doors of the shop were closed for the last…

Work to start on £1.2m haven for Anne the Elephant at Longleat

Longleat Safari & Adventure Park is to start work on a major new purpose-built haven for Anne the elephant. It will include a 994-square-metre heated accommodation area with deep sand…

White Horse News circulation – 10,000 and growing!

WHITE Horse News is celebrating a significant milestone after the number of newspapers distributed each fortnight has now broken through the 10,000 barrier. The increase in copies printed and distributed…

Westbury’s Scallywags under new leadership

SCALLYWAGS Mother & Toddler Group is now under new leadership. Previous leader and organiser  Margaret Morris has recently retired after many years of service. Bethan Knight and Zoe Hill, who…

Charlies Bar under new management

Charlies Bar in Westbury is now under new management. Karen Mariette and Laura Norris are the new owners and are intent on to turning the bar into a successful music…

Westbury chimney could be demolished

LAFARGE says it is likely to demolish some of the old buildings on its Westbury site, but has not specified whether the iconic chimney might be included in these plans. …

Slow road to super fast broadband in Westbury

WESTBURY is on the bottom of Wiltshire Council’s list for super fast fibre broadband.  The majority of the council’s installation of fibre broadband in the county will commence in 2013…

Westbury apprentices are celebrated at ceremony

Westbury apprentices are celebrated at ceremony

FIVE Westbury winners received awards at the 2013 Wiltshire College Apprenticeship Awards recently.  They were among 25 award winners and their employers recognised at a ceremony at the Arc Theatre,…

Calls to retain local post offices at Dilton Marsh & The Ham

TWO communities fear they are losing important local facilities, with the future of their shops and post offices in doubt.  Dilton Marsh Stores, which has a post office counter, will…

Westbury chef Josh Bingham has the right ingredients for success

Westbury chef Josh Bingham has the right ingredients for success

AN ex-Matravers student has consolidated his status as a rising star in the restaurant world, with a recent award from the Craft Guild of Chefs.  22-year-old Josh Bingham, a chef…