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Corsham

Former motocross rider Mark Hucklebridge has raised £100,000 for Bath RUH Cancer Care           DV2854/01

Colerne charity set up by terminal cancer patient raises £100,000 for Bath RUH

William Auckland, 6, of Corsham Primary school has entered his own poster for the Scoop the Poop campaign

Corsham mums start scoop the poop campaign

Poldark filmset. Aiden Turner as Ross Poldark on set for the filming of Poldark. Pics Trevor Porter 48739

Poldark star Aidan Turner rakes in accolade for steamy gardening scene at National TV Award

Bath University engineering students Jenna Rowlanson (centre) and Leen Jabban (right) working with pupils at The Corsham School at their Science, Technology Engineering and Maths event on Friday

Corsham School industry day with local business leaders

Andy Ward from First Line Electric attempts to fix Trisha Mcleod’s toaster in the first ever Repair Café – bring your broken items to the session on Saturday Photo: Anna Mackie

Corsham Repair Café holds latest session at Pound Arts Centre.

Joe Costa with Charlotte Pike and their dog, Stella at The Six Bells, Colerne by Siobhan Boyle SMB803/4

Yacht-based chef settles down in Colerne pub with fiance

Volunteers Gavin Edwards, Miranda Edwards, Kathy Kitchin and Antony Peel taking part in Walk Home For Christmas

Box mine guided walk raises £437 for veterans' charity

Nicola Davis (19) of Box author of recipe book - My Super Sweet Recovery Cookbook- aimed at helping people recovering from eating disorders.Glenn Phillips GP190-1 (50926343)

Fully recovered Corsham anorexic writes self-help cookbook to help others suffering disease

Maxine shaves Jaret's long hair

Teenager has his prized long hair shaved for charity

Barnardo's Wiltshire children's services manager Liz James (second right) with National Windscreens staff Nicky Coatsee, Rebecca Teague and Natalie Howitt

Early Christmas present for children's charity Barnardo's in Calne and Corsham

Teresa and Darren Vaughan with the Christmas lights at Gastard in memory of their grandson Harley Barnes.. Pics Trevor Porter 52200 1

Mini Christmas lights switch-on in memory of youngster Harley Barnes

Bill James and Steve Hibble, of Right Angle Picture Framing, at the Pound Arts Centre, Corsham

Prize-winning art on show at Pound Arts Centre

Father Christmas Waves to the Crowds. Pics by Glenn Phillips.

Corsham Christmas Light switch on wows the Crowds

Libby the dog was saved from a house fire in Corsham by Fire Crews..Pics by Diane Vose DV2738/11. (48129630)

Corsham family's relief as dog is rescued after house fire

Free parking should entice shoppers to Corsham this Christmas

Week's free parking in Corsham in run-up to Christmas

Firefighters from Corsham and Chippenham put out a fire in Cowslip Bank, Corsham

Dog saved from Corsham fire

Darren Hunt and his family are still waiting to move back into their house in Corsham after lightning caused structural damage to the property last September. Repairs have taken over a year..Glenn Phillips GP152-1

Corsham family suffer more than year’s torment after lightning strike

Officers would like to speak to anyone who went to the 10.30pm showing of the film Hitman: Agent 47 on Saturday, August 29.

Corsham woman sexually assaulted at Bath cinema

Holly Paradise's peacock design was chosen from entries by pupils at Corsham Regis School in the Corsham Arts Society's competition to redecorate the Martingate Lion. GP145-1.

Corsham Regis School pupils happy with Martingate Centre lion redesign

Harley Barnes with his parents, Andrew Barnes and Hannah Vaughan, and their two dogs Lenny and Trev

Tearful Corsham mum tells of son's pond death

Corsham Panto Group at last year's lights switch-on: the group will be there again on Friday, December 4

Fun ahead at town's Christmas lights switch-on

Gary Sawyer

Tributes paid to golf pro in train death

Ofsted concerns over Neston playgroup

The crash involving a car and van has closed Bath Road, Colerne, near the Cleave Avenue junction

UPDATE: Crash closes road in Colerne

Zoe Stansfield-Cox receiving the award for accumulating 150 miles from Simon Scott, Chairman of Corsham Running Club, with Humphry, the organiser of OMC, in the yellow top on the left.

Young runner clocks up 150 miles before her tenth birthday

Oscar Alford, a 7-year-old Melksham boy has been drawing to raise money for a children's cancer charity

Youngster is quick on the draw for children’s cancer charity

Leanne Davidge hosts a Charity Fundraiser for Dorothy House in memory of her father Tony Davidge at Rudloe Community Centre. Corsham Twirlers perform their show to the crowd.. Pics by Diane Vose DV2651/03.

Daughter beats late dad's fundraising target in Corsham fundraiser

Charlie Scott and Matt Jarosy (right)  of sports network business Ludius.co.uk.Photo Glenn Phillips www.gphillipsphotography.com GP 114-5

Wiltshire friends launch sports networking website

A Men's Shed to start at Potley and Pockeridge Community Centre, Corsham.  L-r are David Moore, Ed Brand and Barry Reed.Siobhan Boyle (SMB743/4).

Plans for Corsham Men's Shed under way after community centre meeting

The fire at New Farm, Notton, near Lacock, today. Picture Trevor Porter

Vintage cars saved from blaze near Corsham

Zara Phillips visits Wadswick Country Store near Corsham, meets young fans and signs autographs. From left, Wadswick owners Tim and Carolyn Barton with Zara Phillips and Jo Barton Diane Vose DV2534/09

Olympic star helps launch new equestrian range in Corsham

Comedian's tribute show comes to Corsham

Comedian's tribute show comes to Corsham

Colerne Primary pupils warm up for their school's Race for Life event on Friday .  GP0085-8.Photo Glenn Phillips www.gphillipsphotography.com.

Colerne Primary school pupils are raring to go in Race for Life

Firefighters present cheque to Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Corsham firefighter trek raises £4,200 for Wiltshire Air Ambulance

A new and vintage homeware shop to open in Corsham. Previous, owned by Nicola White (pictured)Siobhan Boyle SMB738/1

Corsham welcomes new antique shop to town

Police appealing for witnesses to road traffic collision

Police appealing for witnesses to road traffic collision

Clive Beattie from Corsham is celebrating giving his 100th pint of blood. Picture by Diane Vose

Corsham donor donates 100th pint of blood

Plans were on display at the exhibition and outlined three access points. Photo: Acorn Property Group

Opposition towards housing development grows in Corsham

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Paul Kefford will be screening a Film Seven Songs for a long life at the Pound Arts Centre in Corsham .Pics by Diane Vose DV2588/05

Corsham celebrant to screen film as part of UK Hospice Care Week

The figures feature in a new YouTube themed area, where fans can step into the epicentre of the couple and sit beside their likenesses in an exact replica of their spare bedroom, where both often vlog from. Photos Madame Tussauds London.

Corsham vlogger comes face to face with her Madame Tussauds waxwork

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Marco Pierre White in the restaurant at the Rudloe Arms

Marco Pierre White's Corsham hotel investigated over guinea fowl noise complaints

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Jane Scott meeting founder and CEO of Recruit for Spouses Heledd Kendrick

Corsham-based business in new partnership to help widen opportunities for military partners

Last year Corston Pond and Nature Reserve received £500 from Wessex Water. Nature Reserve Volunteer Ian Mace, front left, Steven Coombs of Wessex Water, Nature Reserve Committee manager Ann Skinner and villager Kate Waterfield

Nature reserve gets £5,700 Lotto scoop

Celebrating Corsham and its townfolk are l-r Sharon Thomas (head of community services, Corsham town council), Sophie Moysey (The Pound Arts Centre), David Martin (chief executive, Corsham town council), Ruth Hopkinson (chair Corsham TC), Bill Hall (owner

Councillors hit back at claims that Corsham has become a ghost town

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All The Pretty Things, Corsham, has expanded with a tea rooms. Pictured is Helen Way. Photos Siobhan Boyle SMB699/1

Corsham's first ever craft emporium and tea room opens its doors

Julian Drew

Driver cleared of causing Max Lewis's death can return to Melksham

Aldbourne has won the large village category of Wiltshire Best Kept Village competition

Aldbourne scoops large village category of Wiltshire Best Kept Village competition

Leafy Lane

Rudloe residents rally together to try and save woodland beauty spot

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Lacock flags honour disaster victims

Police attended the scene around 9.45am this morning

A4 at Corsham reopens following accident

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