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Published on November 5, 2019

Village pub is rising again!

FAMILIAR faces have re-opened The Rising Sun in North Bradley, and promise to bring back to life a traditional village pub. Andy and Lynette Hobbs are no beginners when it…

Community hair salon celebrates 25 years!

CROWNING Glory hairdressers in Dilton Marsh is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month.  To celebrate – and as a thank you to all their loyal customers – they are inviting…

New offices in the High Street for Advance Insurance

Advance Insurance have opened a brand new office at 16, High Street, Westbury. After 19 successful years in Fore Street the team have moved to a more central location in…

Businesses to become ‘dementia aware’

BUSINESSES in Westbury are being encouraged to become ‘dementia friendly’ to support those in the community living with dementia and their carers.  BA13 Community Area Partnership, on behalf of the Westbury…

Rygor gets into gear for Charities of the Year

Rygor Commercials of Westbury, the Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle dealer group, sweated it out recently to help raise money for its employee-nominated Charities of the Year; Wiltshire Air Ambulance, Hope for…

Customer service is key for new plumbers merchant

A new independent plumbers merchant has opened in Westbury – Tube and Valve Supply Limited – to provide everything you need at the price you’ll be happy to pay. Tube…

Audience Systems Offers a Boost to Local School Leavers

One of Westbury’s largest companies, Audience Systems, are looking for talented school leavers to join their growing international business.  They are offering young people who have completed A-levels (or will…

Westbury IT firm’s recycling scheme gets boost from Microsoft

A WESTBURY IT firm’s computer recycling scheme has been given a boost after the company was accepted onto the Microsoft Refurbisher Program. Priority IT refurbish redundant and unwanted laptops and…

Opticians marks 30 years in business

STAFF from a Warminster opticians marked 30 years in business with a celebratory event on Saturday 9th February. The team from Specsavers in Warminster invited customers and members of the…

Government plans to impose new burden on bereaved families, warns local solicitor

The Government proposes to increase Probate fees to as much as £6,000 for the largest estates from April 2019, warns Darrell Collins TEP, a solicitor and partner at FDC Law…