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Published on June 5, 2018

Hospital housing expected by 2019

FUNDRAISING over £1,500 has allowed Eleanor Almond from Bratton to experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Malawi, to help improve the locals’ knowledge of sexual reproductive health. Working with the international…

‘Prevention is better than cure’ Gasification plant protest group encourage community to make themselves heard

THE Westbury Gasification Action Group (WGAG) is encouraging the community to continue to comment on the planning applications for the gasification plant and waste sorting station in Westbury. Wiltshire Council has…

Nice day for a White Horse wedding

THE White Horse continues to be a special place for a Westbury couple after they celebrated their engagement and now wedding on the historic landmark. In April 2017, White Horse…

Local MP takes gasification campaign to Westminster

LOCAL MP, Andrew Murrison has written to the Secretary of State for Environment, MP Michael Gove, about the proposed gasification plant in Westbury. The local MP for the area joined the campaign to…

Community comes together to discuss Penleigh

THE community surrounding Penleigh Park came together on Sunday 3rd June in a fun day to discuss how they can make the area more appealing to residents, with ideas such…

Runners up against soaring temperatures in village dash

AROUND 200 runners tackled the heat to bring another Dilton Dash to the village, with yet more new faces joining the regular runners for another successful year. Organised by Tracey…

Councillor explains Westbury’s role in planning decisions

DUE to the increase of scepticism on social media discussing Westbury Town Council’s role in the town, White Horse News spoke to cllr Ian Cunningham, to explain the town council’s power…

‘A good future ahead’ for young Referee of the Year

A TEENAGER from Dilton Marsh, Ella Broad, has been awarded ‘Referee of the Year 2017/18’ by the Wiltshire County Women’s & Girls’ League committee and was awarded her shield during…

Decision expected soon on right of way claim on railway path

A DECISION is expected soon on the fate of a footpath between Dilton Marsh and Westbury, that residents and councillors have been campaigning to have claimed as a public right of…

Supporters thanked as Wiltshire Air Ambulance moves into new airbase

AN EXCITING chapter in the history of Wiltshire Air Ambulance began when the charity moved into its new airbase at Semington on Thursday 10th May. The move to the new airbase…