Chippenham's Picnic in the Park to save the special schools with tea, juice, cakes and sandwiches has some good newsWritten by Gazette & Herald Friday, 29 March 2019 10:58
DESPITE a chilly breeze parents and campaigners to retain the Wiltshire’s special schools held a well attended Picnic in the Park in Chippenham on Saturday to draw attention to the proposed changes.
FRIDAY’S market in Malmesbury is alive and full of life despite the news that Barclays Bank in the town is to close in June.
SPRING lambs are appearing as quickly as spring flowers at Lackham and the public are loving the new born cuddly creatures.
HALF a million volunteers have joined Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean this month with Great Bedwyn and Marlborough part of the campaign.
Chippenham Lions to host auction of promises for the air ambulance service this Friday in the town hallWritten by Gazette & Herald Wednesday, 27 March 2019 20:25
WILTSHIRE'S Air Ambulance could be thousands of pounds better off by the weekend after an Auction of Promises on Friday (March 29).
Short news from Wiltshire: a teddy bear picnic, a road closed and those scarecrows are back at Christian MalfordWritten by Gazette & Herald Saturday, 23 March 2019 23:36
Bring Ted to picnic
CHIPPENHAM: The keepspecialschoolslocal campaign have organised a picnic in John Coles Park on Saturday from 12 noon onwards.
Local MP joins with Sir David Attenborough and CBE Penny Mordaunt MP in battle against plastic pollutionWritten by Gazette & Herald Friday, 22 March 2019 01:31
THE fight against plastic pollution was given a boost on Monday in Westminster when James Gray MP joined Sir David Attenborough CBE and the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP to call for Britain to lead in the fight against the modern day problem.
PLANNING permission for a contemporary garden pavilion in the grounds of a historic, riverside rectory in Great Somerford has been granted.
THE Red Nose appeal is £350 richer after a day of activities last week for the charity in Preshute.