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Stephanie Millward is set to compete for Great Britain at the 2008 Paralympics in three events after another set of successful trials over the weekend.
For classic car clubs and owners, the spring and summer months at Castle Combe Circuit offer some great opportunities for your car, both on and off the circuit.
Back Row - Nikki Parfitt, Matt Monk and Rachel Powell Front Row - Dave Bolton, Sarah Dando, David Searle.
David Scull, Nicola Smith (from Bristol) and James Wright (From Reading)
Ross Dewey, Sarah Dewey and Mum Carolyn Dewey from Warminster
Alan Cross - Assistant Bar Manager
L-R Liam Leek, Ian Cutmore, Daryl Selley, Dave Porter, Gordon Murray From Calne
Warren and Owen Butler from Calne
L-R Tom Bulkely, Mathew Rautledge, Keith Clausen, Myles Cutler all from Bristol
KENNET District Council has agreed to set aside £3 million to give to education projects.
A CONSULTATION document on future development in Kennet district over the next 20 years recognises the major problems of traffic congestion in Devizes.
A rider who died in a motorbike race at Yatton Keynell yesterday has been named as Malcolm Sims from Trowbridge.
THE final home-grown production of the season at the Wharf Theatre has had to be cancelled because of technical problems.
On May 1, two development programmes, Rural Renaissance initiative and Sustain the Plain, celebrate their achievements as they draw to a close and a bid for a new programme is born.
Under 9's Division One: Kieran Fitzwater gave FC Chippenham the lead mid way through the first half against home side Trowbridge Wanderers.
Seend Beer Festival is taking place this Saturday. If previous years are anything to go by, I can thoroughly recommend it.
Two elderly sisters fighting for the same rights as married and gay couples will tomorrow hear the outcome of their last-ditch appeal for equal treatment.
THE eighth Seend beer festival takes place on Saturday.
RHYME writer Pam Carder who has become known as Pewsey's poet laureate has picked up an award in a contest for Parkinson's disease sufferers.
THE most impressive thing about the Hopton Industrial Estate in Devizes is the wide variety of companies trading there. Local firms are thriving alongside businesses with international reputations. Regal Distribution is one of the largest independent…
THE Hopton Industrial Estate in Devizes is the gateway to the town and a thriving business community that has many long-established firms with worldwide reputations. Maysees the third birthday of Wiltshire Concrete, originally opened as a concrete…
A competitor in a classic scamble event at Yatton Keynell, near Chippenham, died yesterday when his bike hit a tree.
Trowbridge Town are in turmoil after the resignation of their chairman, secretary and manager following their groundshare debacle.
Readers have been writing in about Wiltshire's petrol prices.
FOUR vehicles were confiscated and one man charged with criminal damage following a sting operation in Devizes Market Place last Thursday evening.
Devizes A 46, Westbury 13: Devizes A continued their successful run in the Premier League with a convincing win over Westbury.
PREMIER DIVISION: Robson Taylor, Chippenham Sunday League Premier Division pacesetters Biddestone Social preserved their five point advantage over defending champions Corsham Centre A after both side picked up two victories in four days.
DIVISION TWO: The top of the table clash in Division Two featuring the leaders Cooper Avon and second placed White Hart Combe which had all the makings of being a classic never lived up to expectations.
Swindon council is using Facebook to encourage young voters get involved in the voting process.
Police are appealing to the public to help identify a man they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary at a home in Bulford earlier this month.
Rugby: Minety finished their season on a high, beating Bridport 7-0 in the play-off for promotion to Southern Counties.
Football: Manager Dave Turner's last match in charge of Pewsey Vale ended with a win over bottom of the table Cirencester United, and with a very respectful seventh-placed finish in the Hellenic League Division One West table.
A teenager has pleaded guilty to a firearm offence in relation to an incident in Calne on New Years Day.
A 'money mule' who allowed his bank account to be used by internet fraudsters has walked free from court.
THE BODY of a man found in a pond at Coate Water was so badly decomposed even DNA testing has not been able to prove who he is.
RESIDENTS are up in arms that land they had been told was protected could be used as a travellers' site.
STRESS among council workers is forcing them to miss work, say union leaders.