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Published on September 11, 2018

Resident says action was too slow over garden water leak

Dilton Marsh resident, Mary Myles, says that her complaints to Selwood Housing and Wessex Water following a water leak across her front garden, went unheeded. She says the leak made…

Family fun day at Leigh Park Community Centre

LEIGH Park Community Centre held their family fun day on Sunday 2nd September. The free event brought local people together in a local venue and provided activities to take part…

Apply now for community funding

Westbury Area Board are awaiting your application for community grant funding. Does your local group or project require a financial boost? Are you a community enthusiast, community or voluntary group,…

Village celebrates yet another successful music festival

The 63rd Edington Festival of Music ended on Sunday 26th August in pouring rain which absolutely failed to dampen the spirits of anyone who had taken part, whether singer or…

Wiltshire Council running groups hit their stride

Wiltshire Council running groups are helping hundreds of people take the first strides to a healthier lifestyle. The council says its project has encouraged more than 800 people in the…

Help commemorate fallen WW1 Bratton soldiers

BRATTON Parish Council is looking for help to find land to plant trees to commemorate the soldiers from Bratton who lost their lives during World War One. The parish council…

New home for Crosspoint Bratton

CROSSPOINT Bratton will be moving to the pavilion on the green from this weekend. The Bratton branch of Crosspoint, which was previously located at the Baptist Church, is an outpost…

Your chance to win england football tickets

FOR all those football fans still suffering from post-World Cup blues, local letting and estate agents, Martin & Co Westbury, have the perfect remedy – tickets for the England vs Spain…

Apply now for community funding

Westbury Area Board are awaiting your application for community grant funding. Does your local group or project require a financial boost? Are you a community enthusiast, community or voluntary group,…

Pick up your free bag of daffodil bulbs!

BRING colour to your garden next Spring by taking a trip to Whitehall Garden Centre in Lacock for a free ‘cram a bag’ of mixed daffodil bulbs when you spend over…