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Published on November 5, 2019

Quest to reunite with Westbury hosts after 45 years

A GERMAN visitor who came to Westbury in the 1970s is looking to get back in contact with those she met during her time in the town.  Rosemarie Oberle visited…

Have your say on local transport issues

TRANSPORT will be the theme of the next BA13+ Community Area Partnership meeting on Wednesday 6th November 7pm at The Laverton. The meeting will include discussions on the issues of…

Christmas arrives at Barnardo’s Westbury store

A Westbury charity shop is encouraging people to pick up the perfect present while supporting vulnerable children this Christmas. The Barnardo’s store in Palomino Place is displaying its latest collection…

Local slimmer gets Christmas wish and New Year resolution all rolled in one!

It’s been nearly a year since local slimmer, Richard Lamb, decided enough was enough and to lose the weight he put on after leaving teaching. Over that time he’s lost…

Councils disagree over change of boundary proposal

HEYWOOD Parish Council has objected to proposals from Westbury Town Council to change their boundary, to include West Wilts Industrial Estate and The Ham.  The two areas are currently governed…

Air Ambulance Christmas cards on sale in Westbury

WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance’s Christmas cards are now on sale at their charity shop in Maristow Street, Westbury. This year, the cards feature festive scenes of Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s airbase near Melksham…

Parish Council safety fears over bus stop positions

HEYWOOD Parish Council chair, John Masson, is asking for two dangerous bus stops to be moved for fear they will cause a serious accident.  The bus stops are located on Hawkeridge…

Far Hills show home launch

Far Hills is an exciting new development of only three detached houses situated on the north side of town, close to open countryside.  There is an open event this Saturday…

Three local NHS groups to merge

Three groups responsible for the planning, buying and monitoring of health services in Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire are to become a single organisation in April 2020.…

Myths and Legends Come to Life at Longleat’s Festival of Light

See the magical world of myths and legends come to life as part of Longleat’s hugely popular Festival of Light. ‘Myths and Legends’, which opens to the public on Saturday…