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Published on July 15, 2014

Post office opens in Dilton Marsh – with long hours and Sunday opening!

Post office opens in Dilton Marsh – with long hours and Sunday opening!

Dilton Marsh now has a post office which opened in the Village Store on Tuesday 15th July and will have extra long opening hours from Monday to Sunday, 6am until…

Westbury councillor’s vision of a one-stop travel card for Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council is set to debate a motion to begin developing a smart card for the county which will be used to pay for public transport, parking library charges and…

Another housing development planned for Westbury

A public consultation is being held over plans for  a development of approximately 145 homes on land at Glenmore Farm, Westbury. The proposed development site covers an area of approximately…

Westbury runner sets new British Record

WESTBURY runner, Fiona Price, set a British record for her age category at the South West Veterans Championships in Brecon, South Wales. Fiona was competing in the 10,000 metres race…

Westbury man’s tower abseil for CLIC Sargent

A Westbury man is taking part in a fundraising abseil to raise money for the charity that helped his family when his daughter was severely ill.  Guy Aked will abseil…

Westbury’s Summer Celebration

Westbury’s celebrated Street Fayre takes place on Saturday 12th July in the Market Place, followed by an evening concert. The Street Fayre, which is organised by Westbury Town Council and…

Westbury’s jam-packed summer of events

Westbury is to host a jam-packed calendar of summer events including fayres, festivals and charity fundraisers, which will showcase live music, great food, arts and crafts,  exhibitions and children’s activities. …

Objections to planned 300 homes in Westbury

Local residents have until the 23rd June to voice their opinions about proposals for a new housing development in Westbury following a public consultation which took place on Friday (13th…

Westbury & Warminster’s town councils could join forces to tackle dog fouling

Westbury and Warminster town councillors are looking to work together  to tackle the issue of dog fouling in the two towns due to what they describe as ‘inadequate resources’ from…

Car parking ‘rip off’ Wiltshire Council earns three quarters of a million pounds from overpayments

WILTSHIRE Council has been heavily criticised after making nearly three quarters of a million pounds in overpayments in the last three years from car parking machines that do not give…