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Published on April 13, 2021

New team will champion voice of young people in Wiltshire

WILTSHIRE Council has created a new team dedicated to championing the voices of children and young people throughout Wiltshire. The council report, “The Child and Youth Voice Team will be…

Wellbeing Hub expands role to support self-isolating residents

The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub, which has proved a lifeline to many local residents during the pandemic, is now also supporting those who are self-isolating with no friends or family to…

Library open again for browsing!

Westbury Library has welcomed back library users to its building following the lifting of lockdown restrictions. Library users are now able to visit the library for browsing, as well as…

Arla concerns means Wiltshire Council have to refuse incinerator, say campaigners

ANTI-incinerator campaign group WGAG has welcomed the news that Arla, which runs Westbury Dairies next door to the proposed incinerator, has submitted a formal objection to the plan. The group…

Westbury care home receives Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award 2021

BRIGHTERKIND’S Westbury Court Care Home in Westbury has won the Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award for the outstanding care and support for residents and their families during the early transition…

Westbury-based auction house raises £47,000 for women’s aid

AN online auction hosted by Westbury-based The Auction Hub in association with Auctionet.com and working with the Berntson Bhattacharjee gallery, to raise awareness of International Women’s Day, collected £47,000 for…

Nurse’s garden shipping container gym opposed

WESTBURY planners have objected to a retrospective application by a frontline Covid-19 nurse to keep a gym created in a shipping container in her garden for physio after she was injured at…

£3,000 in grants to help local organisations

More than £3,000 has been given to projects to support the local community in Westbury. The Westbury Area Board has awarded £3,500 to three projects including £1,750 for car park…

Arla dairy warns an incinerator next door could shut them down

Arla Foods, the owner of the Westbury dairy, is opposing the plans to build an energy from waste plant next door to its site in the town. Arla has written…

Council supports plans to improve listed building

AN scheme to bring a neglected listed building in Westbury back to life has been praised by town planners.  The proposal to modernise and bring 68 Leigh Road up to…

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