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Published on August 23, 2016

Online gift shop celebrates first birthday

TWO Westbury businesswomen are celebrating their first year of success after setting up their own online home and gift shop in 2015. Debbie Cole and Tina Jagielka this month celebrated…

Colouring competition winners announced

THE winners have been announced for Martin & Co’s Euro 2016 colouring competition with each of the three winning young artists receiving a Portuguese national football shirt and a football. The…

Westminster celebration for Westbury apprentice

Westbury apprentice, Jonathon Miller has been honoured at a prestigious House of Lords reception. Jonathon Miller, a trainee operations manager at rail freight operator DB Cargo UK, received an award…

The Duke of Bratton welcomes new landlord and lady

The Duke of Bratton welcomes new landlord and lady

POPULAR village pub The Duke at Bratton has new owners, and they are looking forward to settling into life in the community.  Rick and Tracey James have already had a…

Care company awarded ‘Investors in People’

A Westbury care company has been awarded its first ‘Investors in People’ accreditation after three years of working in Wiltshire. Butterfly, owned by local couple Anne and Eric Pelling, welcomed…

Weight Management for cats and dogs!

Local veterinary practice, Garston Veterinary Group, has been named by Royal Canin pet foods  as an approved weight management centre as part of a national weight management programme. All four…

Twisted Brewing Co. wins gold

Westbury’s micro brewer, launched in May 2014, is celebrating a Gold award at the SIBA South West regional competition. SIBA, the Society of Independent Brewers Association, hold annual beer competitions…

Workers in the South West slacking when it comes to back health

FURTHER to Chiropractic Awareness Week (11th – 16th April) Kay Pearce from Maristow Chiropractic Clinic is urging workers to do more to protect their backs, both in the office and…

Stepping down from Pinniger Finch & Co

Probate executive Anthea Prince, retired from Westbury solicitors,  Pinniger Finch & Co, at the end of last month. Recruited in 1997 by Malcolm Wieck, who then owned the company, his…

Imperial Charity heads for the high street

IMPERIAL Charity has announced that it will open a shop on Westbury High Street when it closes one of the Warminster Road stores later this year. The charity, which funds and…