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Published on March 25, 2014

Westbury patients’ anger as NHS dentists run out of funds

RESIDENTS in Westbury say they are ‘outraged’ after dentist appointments in the town were cancelled until April due to NHS funding running out.  Several local people have contacted the White…

Future of Westbury’s youth service secured

WILTSHIRE’S youth service’s future was given a boost after Wiltshire Council accepted a proposal to invest an additional £250,000 by Wiltshire’s Lib Dems. In the last issue of the White…

Westbury Leigh rat run angers residents

RESIDENTS in Westbury Leigh claim the village has become a rat run and the increased traffic is becoming a real burden on those living there – a problem that could…

Spotlight turned on Westbury issues

Tackling domestic abuse, raising aspirations for local youngsters and improving recycling rates were among just a handful of priorities produced by local people at a packed meeting in the Laverton…

Make your voice heard in Ethandune By-Election

ON Thursday 6th March voters will be going to the polls to elect a new Wiltshire councillor for the Ethandune Ward. The candidates for this by-election are Rod Eaton (UKIP),…

Westbury mums fight to keep special needs centre open

A GROUP of Westbury mums have joined forces to urge the public to help raise funds to save Stepping Stones special needs nursery.  The nursery in Trowbridge serves west Wiltshire…

Real rail success for Transwilts in Westbury

THE Transwilts rail service from Westbury to Swindon received the seal of government approval on 7th February with a visit from the Minister of State Baroness Kramer.  The minister attended…

Westbury Mayor’s first half marathon

Westbury Mayor’s first half marathon

WESTBURY Mayor, cllr David Windess, is to compete in the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday 2nd March. The Mayor is running the half marathon on behalf of Bath Cats and…

£12,000 presented to local groups by Westbury Town Council

£12,000 presented to local groups by Westbury Town Council

  WESTBURY Town Council has presented £12,000 worth of grants to local organisations. 46 groups attended the awards presentation event to receive their cheques from the Mayor of Westbury, cllr…

Counselling service starts in Westbury at Crosspoint

LOCAL people with anxiety and depression will benefit from a new service in the town from the beginning of February. The new service will be offered at Crosspoint, the drop-in…