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Published on November 19, 2013

Westbury’s Old Town Hall to go under the hammer

Westbury’s Old Town Hall to go under the hammer

THE Old Town Hall in Westbury will be up for sale at an auction next month.  The grade II Listed premises in the Market Place will be auctioned by Cooper…

Bratton apple juicing day

Bratton apple juicing day

THE villagers of Bratton collected apples in Reeves Orchard and put them through a juicer on Saturday 2nd November. The orchard has the largest variety of apple trees in Wiltshire,…

Wiltshire High Sheriff lunches with Dilton pupils

WILTSHIRE High Sheriff, William Wyldbore-Smith, recently enjoyed a wartime-themed meal at Dilton Marsh Primary School.   Year six pupils Oliver,  Phoebe, Thea, and Louis cooked a 1940s meal of cheese…

Purse thefts in Warminster and Westbury

Wiltshire Police are appealing for information regarding two incidents which occurred on Tuesday 29th October at the Morrisons stores in Warminster and Westbury.  At approximately 12.00noon in the Warminster store,…

Join the Westbury branch of the Royal British Legion

REMEMBRANCE Sunday may take place once a year, but the Westbury branch of the Royal British Legion is active all year round.  The branch is inviting new members to join…

Plant your own Wiltshire apple tree with Chapmanslade company

CHAPMANSLADE’S Barters Plant Centre has been helping Wiltshire Wildlife Trust with a project to establish more community orchards in the county. The local plant centre is also having an open…

Vehicles from times gone by gather at Bratton pub

Vehicles from times gone by gather at Bratton pub

A VINTAGE vehicle display took place at The Duke in Bratton on Saturday 9th November.  Many vintage cars, motor bikes, lorries and even static engines formed part of the display.…

Mission to track down Westbury train passenger

Mission to track down Westbury train passenger

A WOMAN from Bruton is trying to find a man who ‘made her day’ on a recent train journey.  Maia Rees was on the train from Bristol when a passenger,…

Westbury woman’s answer to 50 Shades

Westbury woman’s answer to 50 Shades

A WESTBURY woman has published a book which is selling ‘like hot cakes’ internationally.  Sarah Darling wrote ‘Pure Filth – The Diary of Forty-Year-Old Married Woman’ around eight years ago…

Westbury author Rosie Evitt goes electronic with new book for children

Westbury author Rosie Evitt goes electronic with new book for children

A WESTBURY author is taking the leap into the world of electronic books, with her first e-book published this month.  Rosie Evitt has published many stories but has always used…