YOUNG people are aware of less than a fifth of the wide range of jobs available to them after they leave education, research has suggested.
A FESTIVAL to celebrate the life and music of American star Eddie Cochran will be held in Chippenham once more, with hopes that a statue of the rock ‘n’ roll icon could eventually be built as a tribute.
MORE than 300 Royal Mail staff across Wiltshire and Swindon have gone on strike this morning.
FOR a landlocked county, it surprises some just how great a part water plays in Wiltshire’s community life. Our rivers and canals are vitally important to the county’s rich environment and are used to remove flood waters and provide water…
THE Olympics are over but we can bask for a few more days in the reflected glory of our brilliant Olympic squad. We have been pondering at home what a per capita medal table would reveal and indeed I tried to set just that calculation as back to…
FIREFIGHTERS from the Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service are taking a break from tackling fires to tackle a full marathon in kit along the Jurassic Coast to raise money for Julia's House Hospice.
SIMON and Denise Nott took the honours in the 12th Foxtrot 5 as 120 runners lined up on the Common in Broughton Gifford.
DARREN Perrin admits that he is concerned about Melksham Town’s storming start to the season hitting a bump in the road but is nonetheless enjoying the ride whilst it lasts.
CHIPPENHAM Park manager Nick Maggs says his side need to tighten up at the back after watching them dragged into an eight-goal thriller with Ashton & Backwell.
GREAT Western Hospital will take over the running of adult community health services from SEQOL as of February next year after a deal was announced today.
MELKSHAM Town Reserves made it two wins from two at the start of the season with a 3-0 success away at reigning champions Trowbridge Town on Tuesday night.