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Published on July 19, 2022

Camera to stop The Ham rat-run issues?

Camera to stop The Ham rat-run issues?

MOTORISTS who use the bus-only gate at The Ham as a cut-through to avoid any delays along Station Road and The Ham, could soon be fined for ignoring the restrictions. …

USE them OR LOSE them! Soaring costs means future of Westbury pubs hang in the balance

WESTBURY landlords have said they are facing an ‘incredibly tough’ time because of soaring costs with one landlord saying that the financial situation is being made worse by “archaic” business…

SUMMER FUN AT ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH

SUMMER FUN AT ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH

ALL Saints’ Church opened their doors for a community celebration as they hosted a summer fair on Saturday 25th June, raising over £700 towards church funds.  The Belgian mechanical organ,…

White Horse News attends parliamentary select committee hearing into sustainability of local journalism

White Horse News attends parliamentary select committee  hearing into sustainability of local journalism

A government investigation into the serious challenges facing the local news sector has been launched and White Horse News has been invited to contribute.   Two of the paper’s team…

Bratton Jubilee Hall is available for hire

BRATTON Jubilee Hall is available for classes, meetings, wedding receptions and parties. There is a fully supplied kitchen, a stage, projector and screen with associated sound and lights.  A full-size…

Local MP renews call for Westbury bypass

LOCAL MP Dr Andrew Murrison has written to Wiltshire Council to suggest that Westbury should have a bypass built to cope with any potential upgrades to Junction 17 (J17) –…

Flower and Handicraft Show proves a hit with villagers

THE 2022 Dilton Marsh Flower and Handicraft Show proved extremely popular this year with the event seeing entrants of all ages – including many participants who had not entered before.…

National recognition for Westbury Shed

National recognition for Westbury Shed

WESTBURY Shed was awarded a special national commendation for its work to improve the health and wellbeing of local people in 2021.  Westbury Shed treasurer, Martin McGiff, was presented the…

Upcycled bags made by local businesswoman are big hit at Glastonbury Festival

Upcycled bags made by local businesswoman are big hit at Glastonbury Festival

BAGS, purses and aprons made by a local businesswoman from materials which would otherwise be destined for landfill, have been a big hit with festival-goers at Glastonbury.   Lisa Crick…

Disabled access to fishing lake expected “this summer” following months of delay

Disabled access to fishing lake expected “this summer”  following months of delay

A DEVELOPER who installed a continuous one-metre vehicle barrier around Eden Vale lake by the railway station in Westbury has insisted that gaps will be added “this summer” to allow…