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Published on January 2, 2014

Fundraising and fun; a year with Westbury Lions

PRESIDENT of Westbury Lions Club, Anita Drago, reports on the very successful year of 2013 for the club.  She said, “Well another busy year fundraising and enjoying ourselves, that really…

Westbury residents urged to keep well and keep warm this winter

Vulnerable and elderly residents in Wiltshire can access financial support and practical advice on how to keep warm this winter. Wiltshire Council is supporting a charity which gives out grants…

White Horse News Christmas Greetings 2013

White Horse News Christmas Greetings 2013

Westbury’s tradespeople wish you the very best for the festive season in this four page Christmas Greetings feature. Click on the icons below for all four pages! Merry Christmas from…

Fairfield Farm College needs your vote

FAIRFIELD Farm College is one of three Wiltshire-based charities that have been nominated to share a £500 cash boost this Christmas.  And the college in Dilton Marsh now needs your…

Westbury solar farm gets go-ahead

Permission has been granted for a Solar Park at Blenches Mill, a 12.5 hectare site adjacent to the sewage treatment works and Westbury Business Park. The decision was agreed by…

Westbury boy nominated as a young ‘animal hero’ in RSPCA awards

A NINE-year-old Westbury boy mingled with celebrities when he was nominated for an Animal Hero award.  Alfie Waker was nominated in the ‘’young animal enthusiast’ category in the awards, which…

Chapmanslade primary school’s exciting new play trail

After a year of fundraising and a generous donation from a local trust, Chapmanslade School PTFA have installed a new 32m-long play trail on the school playing field. The school’s…

Matravers School governor vacancies

There are currently three vacancies for governors to serve on the governing body of Matravers School – for one parent governor and two partnership governors. Guy Davies, Chair of the…

Westbury supports cancer unit scanner appeal

A dance teacher from Westbury helped to launch another fundraising initiative on behalf of the Bath Cancer Unit Support Group (BCUSG) on Saturday 30th November.   The BCUSG fundraising committee…

New 51-acre woodland for Chapmanslade

A NEW woodland is being created on the former Thoulstone Park Golf Club on the outskirts of Chapmanslade. James and Alka Hughes-Hallett, are the owners and co-founders of the Thoulstone…