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Published on February 27, 2018

Second refusal of planning application on Bratton Road leaves residents hopeful

THE BATTLE for Bratton Road tips in the favour of local residents as the second application for planning permission to erect 47 new dwellings has been refused by Wiltshire Council.…

Resident left devastated after beloved cockatiel escapes

ON the evening of Sunday 18th February, Freda Ireland opened her front door to test her doorbell. As the sound rang, it frightened her beloved pet cockatiel causing it to…

Join your neighbours for the Great British Spring Clean

THE annual Great British Spring Clean event is coming to Westbury with a few opportunities for you to get involved and tiny our town. This has become an annual event for…

Local clinic wins national quality award

Maristow Chiropractic Clinic in Maristow Street, Westbury has been awarded the Clinical Management Quality Mark (CMQM) by The Royal College of Chiropractors. The CMQM is awarded to chiropractic clinics that…

CCTV released after two burglaries at Westbury businesses

  Police have released photos of two people they would like to speak to in relation to break-ins at a cafe and newsagents in Westbury in the early hours of…

Have your say about the future of rail services in your area

A CONSULTATION into proposals for the improvement of train services on the Great Western rail network is currently under way and Transwilts Community Rail Partnership are asking for your support.…

Average increase of £1 a month to policing precept agreed

Following a public consultation, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, Angus Macpherson, has set the police and crime element of council tax for 2018-19. It will go up…

Have you seen Dotty? Cat missing from Eden Vale Road

DOTTY, a Romanian rescue cat, has gone missing from Eden Vale Road and was last seen on Friday 9th February at 7pm.  Dotty is in need of an extensive operation,…

Bratton Parish Council reduces Council Tax by 6%

BRATTON Parish Council voted to reduce the Council Tax by 6%, despite an increase in their precept of £8,000. At their meeting on January 9th, the parish council fixed their…

Non-emergency patient transport to be discussed at community meeting

The next in an ongoing series of BA13+ Community Area Partnership public meetings will cover the issue of health and the non-emergency patient transport service. The meeting will be held…