THE FINAL call is being issued to villagers in Crudwell who are being urged to submit their representations to Wiltshire Council for the draft site allocations plan ahead of the deadline closing on Friday.
A WINE producer near Malmesbury is celebrating a fine vintage despite this year’s harsh conditions for the crop.
Bow-in-the-Cloud vineyard say they have not been hit hard by the sever spring frost that damaged fruit buds across the country.
RESIDENTS in north Wiltshire are being urged to respond to this year’s annual election canvass.
In August, Wiltshire Council sent out 213,000 household enquiry forms to each property in the county to ensure details of eligible voters are up to date.
SHOCKING footage released by a Highways England unmarked lorry has shown a trucker checking his phone while his food was on the dashboard.
The man was one of more than 4,000 dangerous drivers on England’s roads caught by a single unmarked lorry cab over the past two years by police forces, including Avon and Somerset, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Devon and Cornwall.
A WOMAN from Crudwell was left stunned when she discovered a bird which is believed to be extinct in the British wild wandering around her back garden.
There hasn’t been a confirmed sighting in the wild of a Lady Amherst’s pheasant since March 2015 but when Angela King looked out of her window one morning last week she found the extremely rare bird nonchalantly going about its business.
WORKPLACE injuries are happening in parts of the region at a rate far above the British average, new figures reveal.
372 injuries for every 100,000 workers in the South Gloucestershire area were reported to the Health and Safety Executive in 2016/17.
THE roads are running smoothly so far this morning ahead of the rush hour. Temporary traffic lights are causing minor delays particularly in the Thornbury and Yate areas, although there are also roadworks in Cirencester, Malmesbury, Horsley and Wotton-under-Edge.