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Published on November 6, 2018

Ham bus stop to be relocated

FOLLOWING concerns from a local resident about the new pavement at The Ham being too short to reach the bus stop, Wiltshire Council has stated that the bus stop sign…

Update on litter and dog waste bins

Westbury Town Council has been made aware of several damaged or missing litter/dog waste bins in Westbury and have agreed to replace them. Wiltshire Council no longer replaces damaged or…

All aboard! Former Victorian train carriage transformed into art gallery

A RUSTY old Victorian train carriage has been converted into a shiny new art gallery showroom in Bratton by the daughter of a popular local rail enthusiast who died in 2016.…

Paying tribute to those who served in WW1 at exhibition

AN exhibition  to celebrate those who served in the First World War from Westbury and the surrounding villages, is being held at All Saints Church from Sunday 11th to Saturday…

Bronze medal for Westbury triathlon athlete

Local athlete, Diane Hier, has returned to Westbury with a bronze medal following her success in the ETU Middle Distance Triathlon Championships in Ibiza despite torrential weather.  Diane, who takes…

MP welcomes budget but calls for Wiltshire’s fair share

LOCAL MP, Andrew Murrison, has welcomed Philip Hammond’s 2018 budget. He has been trawling through the Budget’s ‘Red Book,’ published last week, for opportunities for South West Wiltshire.  The MP…

The wait is over – weight no longer!

A slimmer who has transformed her life by losing 2 stone is using her success to shape a whole new career, helping other people change their lives and achieve their…

“We’re ready for winter”

WILTSHIRE Council’s winter maintenance team says it is more prepared than ever to keep the roads running smoothly over the cold period. “We have more than 13,000 tonnes of salt…

Remembrance day celebrations

An evening of words and music to commemorate the end of World War One All Saints’ Church, Westbury will be the setting for an evening of words and music titled…

“You make our town a better place to live” Mayor praises local organisations at grants presentation evening

Mayor, cllr Ian Cunningham, has praised the work of local groups for the support and services they provide the town in the wake of local government cuts. The mayor made…

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