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Published on March 24, 2020

A statement from White Horse News

A statement from White Horse News

To all readers We are sad to announce that due to last night’s new restrictions introduced by the Prime Minister, we will have to temporarily cease production of White Horse…

Crosspoint – we can help you during the crisis

Local residents who are needing help or support during the Covid-19 pandemic will still be able to turn to Crosspoint and the town’s food fridge at this difficult time.  The…

Panic buying hampers town council’s food box scheme to help the vulnerable

WESTBURY Town Council has received donations to enable them to put together food boxes to distribute to vulnerable people who have no support network during the coronavirus outbreak.  The council…

Community centre to open this month

An exciting new community centre is to open in Westbury this month in the former youth centre on Eden Vale Road. Westbury Community Project (WCP) is currently transforming the building…

‘We need to act now’

Health of Westbury residents at risk as pollution levels increase NEARLY 2,000 people in Westbury suffer from asthma or other chronic  breathing problems, White Horse News can reveal, with  air…

Westbury celebrates 20th anniversary with twin town

WESTBURY is celebrating its 20th anniversary of twinning with French town, Chateau du Loir.  Members of the association are to visit the French town next month to celebrate. The two…

Campaigners ‘flabbergasted’ as Wiltshire Council refuses to ban dangerous pesticide

WILDLIFE campaigners have said that they are ‘flabbergasted’ by Wiltshire’s Council’s decision to continue using controversial pesticides. Councillors discussed at a meeting last month, a proposal to bring an end to…

Melksham gets a second bypass – but nothing for Westbury until 2025

WESTBURY will not be getting a bypass – or any major improvements to the A350 – until 2025 at the earliest.  Wiltshire Council has said that it intends to bid…

Prescription service under fire as patients unable to get medication

AN elderly Westbury man is calling the Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) service ‘dangerous’ after spending days trying to order his medication.    Since August 2017, patients of the White Horse Health…

Town council put its weight behind Bath bridge campaign

WESTBURY Town Council has thrown its weight behind a fight challenging the closure of the Cleveland Bridge in Bath to lorries which is diverting traffic onto the A350 and through…

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