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Over 300 school uniforms from Calne delivered to Kenyan School

Calne Xmas lantern and lights parade. Picture by Siobhan Boyle SMB227/6

Three Kings and Camels to lead Calne Lantern Parade ahead of Lights Switch-On

Darren Wiggins Bushman.. Darren Wiggins nicknamed Bushman after living in a tent for three years . Pics Trevor Porter 52124 5. (46468649)

Man facing third winter in a tent appeals for help

A police picture of the cannabis factory in Dakota Drive, Calne

Strong smell leads police to cannabis factory in Calne

Public consultation on the plans will be open from 3pm to 7pm on November 30 in the town hall

New retirement apartments could inject £670k/year into Calne economy claim developers

WW2 Spitfire Pilot Joy Lofthouse speaks to students at Lyneham Primary School. Pics by Diane Vose DV2700/04. (46523608)

Pupils gain insight into WW2 with visit from 92-year-old Spitfire pilot

The Marden Vale Academy catering staff celebrate achieving Gold in the Eat Out, Eat Well scheme. Photo: Martyn Forryan

Marden Vale Academy is first school in Calne to achieve Eat Out, Eat Well Gold Award

The site of the former Sand Farm landfill site in Calne

Landfill boss who fleeced employers faces extra £50k bill

Teacher Kim Callaway helps youngsters from St Margaret's build dens

Children learn lessons for life by building dens

Police have issued this CCTV picture of a woman and man they want to speak to

Do you know pair caught on CCTV after Halloween shoplifting at Iceland?

Remembrance Day in Chippenham with the traditional wreath laying at the war memorial in the Market Place

Recycle poppies to further support Royal British Legion

Cllr Glenis Ansell speaks at Wiltshire Council

Wiltshire Liberal Democrats elect new leader

Swindon Crown Court

HELD: Man who admits raping boy in Calne

Remembrance Day in Chippenham with a march outside the Town Hall. Pics by Paul Stallard PS117/11

Thousands pay their respects during Remembrance Sunday parade

Swindon Crown Court

Man accused of repeatedly assaulting a woman to face trial by judge and jury

The crowds are wowed with the annual Firework display at Beaversbrook Calne. Pics by Diane Vose DV2678/35

Spectacular firework display lights up Calne's night sky

L-R: Groundsman Dan Windsor, head groundsman Adam Witchell, facility manager Kevin Whitehorn and IOG national manager Jason Booth.

Beversbrook Sports Facility in Calne wins another top award

A new bus for Calne Community Transport. .Pictured: Group photo of volunteers and councillors who were involved..Pic by Vicky Scipio VS988. (43599587)

Bequest improves bus service for Calne community

The entrance to the Bowood Hotel and Golf course

Former Bristol MP Lord Waldegrave to discuss his life in politics at Bowood Hotel

Hilary Marsh holding Merlin, Corsham School teacher Ann King, Maria Mackintosh and Melissa Hunt, and Gill Gregory holding Ellie with pupils from Corsham School. Photo by Paul Simms

Shoppers select Heddington horse therapists

A man has died following the crash on the A361 today between Devizes and Beckhampton. Picture by Trevor Porter

UPDATE: Man dies at scene of crash with van on A361

Police advise is to always conceal the keypad when entering your PIN number

Be vigilant at ATMs warns Calne police

Bremhill Parish set to publish draft Neighbourhood Plan

Bremhill Parish set to publish draft Neighbourhood Plan

Bowood House and Gardens re-opens on March 25, 2016, in time for Easter.

Halloween trail thrills at Bowood House and Gardens

Former Springfields headteacher Trystan Williams with his wife Rhian and sons Henri and Morgan in 2013 By Diane Vose

Former Springfields headteacher fears teachers at risk unless rules on pupil restraint are improved

Race winner Simon Nott leads the runners away in the 5km run starting from Calne Leisure Centre. Pics by Diane Vose DV2650/04

Records tumble in perfect conditions for Calne road races

Hills Quarry Products’ ready-mixed concrete management team, from left, Peter Andrew, Group Director; Stuart Allen, Commercial Manager and Business Managers Gavin Walton, Stuart Cordy and Terry Newsham

Hills Quarry Products mark success of first 10 years

Calne Mayor Howard Marshall, street cleaner Dave Phelps and outdoor facilities manager Stuart west with his dog Jake launch the Keep Calne Clean campaign. Photo by Glenn Phillips GP100-1

£75 fines in new clampdown on littering and dog fouling in Calne

Linda Roberts with the Connecticut Police at the Annual Conference of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks

Calne Town Clerk completes year as President of the Society of Local Council Clerks

Work on the store must start within three years of planning permission being granted in November 2013

Tesco still intends to come to Calne...just not yet

Geoff Jackson-Haines, chairman of Lyneham and Bradenstoke Parish Council

Second time lucky for those at parish council meeting

Lyneham Primary school children are making ceramic poppies for their Remembrance service on November 9th. Tom Blundell (chair of Royal Wootton Bassett RBL) joins in this community project and helps make them.Siobhan Boyle (SMB737/2). (42771713)

Ceramic poppies created by Lyneham primary pupils ahead of Remembrance Service

Last Farewell of the Calne and District Royal Naval Association at St Marys Church Calne. They are holding a church service and laying up of the standard. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2635/04. (43115007)

Calne Royal Naval Association's Standard is laid up in St Mary's Church

L-R Kevin Preen, Anita Simes, Marigold Treloar, Calne Mayor Howard Marshall, Karen Parrott, Ishmael Hunt. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2617/01

Activity club celebrates 25 years of supporting vulnerable adults in Calne

Feeding the goats L-R: Brandon-Lee, Kadi, Cameron and Raife.

Fry's Farm at Marden Vale Academy in Calne grows into fantastic learning resource

Belly dancers L-R Jayne Daykin and Emma-Jane Chivers. Pic by Siobhan Boyle (SMB724/2)

Landmark year for Calne Music and Arts Festival sees improved ticket sales

Geoff Jackson-Haines, chairman of Lyneham and Bradenstoke Parish Council

Parish meeting ends in controversy as chairman halts procedings

Police outside an address in Cornflower Close

Man evicted from Calne home after drugs search

Left to right: Graham Smith and Pamela Bain from the Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum and Zenaida Silva from Sampaguita Café

Warm reception for Calne shoppers as staff receive customer service awards

Cherhill primary school pupils dress up to celebrate Book Day. L-R Summer (Mary Poppins), Grace (Miss Trunchbull, Matilda), Henry (Toad,Wind in the Willows), Monty (George's Marvellous Medicine) and Maggie (Cat in the Hat). Pic by Siobhan Boyle (SMB710/2)

Cherhill primary pupils celebrate book week

Esther with BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty at the awards evening

Calne girl celebrates success at charity awards evening

Church Street Calne Car Parking - Calne council are considering two hour free parking at the site to help local businesses. Calne Business owners and local Calne Cllrs are in favor of the 2 hour free parking. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2435/04. (33573566)

Calne moves a step closer to free parking for shoppers

Oxford Chapter at the Calne Bike Meet in 2015. Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS918)

No camping available at 2016 Calne Bike Meet

Shirley, Sonnet and Scott ask for your votes to be successful in gaining the £25k grant

Springfields Academy needs votes for £25k play area grant

Lady Lansdowne with Toby Buckland opening the 2015 show with the Higher Beings in the background. Pics by Diane Vose DV2306/15

Toby Buckland's Garden Festival returning to Bowood in 2016

John Bentley students Jordan Elliott and David Ross

Quick thinking rescue after 84-year-old falls into River Marden

Jon Hamp, head teacher at The Springfields Academy, Calne

Springfields Academy social care rated inadequate

Paul Buckley

Building a career in the personal fitness world

Clive Farahar, antiquarian book seller and broadcaster, who makes regular appearances on the Antiques Roadshow

Calne Music and Arts Festival celebrates 40th anniversary

Esther Maria Harflett, 5, has raised more than £300 which has been donated to the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS)

Calne girl, 5, nominated for national award after charity efforts

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