CHIPPENHAM Town have announced that midfielder Matt Smith has agreed to remain with the club next season.
MICHAEL Coles has set his sights on winning the Unicorns Knockout Trophy after Wiltshire qualified for the quarter-finals.
TWO people had to be cut free from the wreckage of a car following a two vehicle crash near Castle Combe, before being taken to hospital suffering from minor injuries.
Children who are used to living in safety and comfort have raised hundreds of pounds to help young people whose lives have been turned upside down by conflict.
TWO communities came together as one last week to say farewell to outgoing vicar the Rev John Rees, who is taking up a new post elsewhere in the county.
HIGH STREET shop White Stuff has shown its support for the Swindon-based dogs’ charity SNDogs by welcoming two of the four-legged friends into the shop.
A CAR park in Chippenham which offers low-paid workers cheaper parking has suffered vandalism for the fifth time, prompting anger from the charity that owns the land.
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Traders in Malmesbury sold their wares from newly-designed Discover Malmesbury branded stalls on Friday.
DEVIZES teaching assistant Matthew Wheeler was delighted to meet the queen of countryside TV Julia Bradbury when he went to Buckingham Palace to receive a gold Duke of Edinburgh award.
HUNDREDS of visitors took a look at life in the slow lane when Castle Combe race circuit played host to a two-day steam and vintage rally at the weekend.
ORGANISERS of the Devizes Food & Drink Festival have toasted success after a week of foodie fun.
A MAN from Chippenham has been disqualified from driving for two years after appearing at Swindon Crown Court.
PROTESTERS against plans by the Sangster family to build 46 homes on a playing field at Rabley Wood, Marlborough, owned by Wiltshire Council have accused the planning authority of a conflict of interests.
A POPPY Appeal organiser in Malmesbury nearly destroyed what he thought was a fake silver 2p coin when he was counting up the proceeds last year – but now he has been stunned to find it is actually worth tens of thousands of times its face value.
FAMILIES in Calne have been taking part in hanging basket workshops in preparation for Calne in Bloom.
A POTENTIAL £1 million project is being set out by Calne Town Council in hopes of transforming the face of the town.
DEVIZES Mayor Jane Burton took on the Mary Berry role when a children's nursery staged its own Bake Off contest after being inspired by the town's food festival.
CHIPPENHAM’S Danny Kent picked up points for only the second weekend of the Moto2 season in Italy yesterday despite illness.
A 21-year-old man who stole alcohol from a Co-operative store, urinated on an employees car and assaulted a man has been handed the first Criminal Behaviour Order in the Malmesbury area.
DAD Simon Thompson has got on his bike in the best possible way by helping to organise an event to let families know about the town's cycle routes.
DAUNTSEY'S school was celebrating last week after former pupil Fiona Bullen won four medals in the pool at the Invictus Games and was congratulated by Prince Harry.
FIRE fighters joined leisure centre staff on Friday as they used rowing machines to complete the iconic Devizes to Westminster race without leaving dry land.
NICK Blackwell has lifted the lid on just how close he came to losing his life following his ill-fated fight with Chris Eubank Jr whilst reiterating his displeasure with the behaviour of the new British middleweight champion and his famous father…
WILTSHIRE rider Tommy Bridewell claimed his first podium finish of the MCE British Superbikes Championships season at the third round at Brands Hatch yesterday.