PUPILS from Bellefield Primary School have been crowned champions of a Lego Robotics competition.
TEN new special constables have become the first group to join Wiltshire Police since it was announced that an extra 500 would be recruited by the force.
TUNISIAN law enforcement units deliberately delayed their arrival on the scene of the terrorist attack in Sousse in which 38 tourists were killed, an inquest has heard.
BATH hooker Ross Batty committing his immediate future to the club is huge for the environment at the Rec, says first team coach Tabai Matson.
BATH Cats & Dogs Home is looking for enthusiastic Trowbridge residents to join its new volunteer fundraising group.
PLATINUM-selling band The Three Degrees will be stopping in Melksham as part of their new UK tour, celebrating 50 years of performing in the music industry.
A WOMAN was taken to the Royal United Hospital in Bath yesterday evening after falling down Westbury White Horse.
IN the tightest and most exciting race of the day Hayden Bailey claimed his first Wiltshire Schools’ Cross Country Championships title by the thickness of his vest, writes KEVIN FAHEY.
MELKSHAM Town saw their FA Vase exploits brought to an end as they were beaten 5-3 by the Toolstation Premier’s pacesetters Bristol Manor Farm.
MUSIC lovers from across the county filled the Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford on Avon for the Bradford Roots Festival.
SOMERFORD avenged their defeat in the final of last season’s Ken Clarke-sponsored WG Parr Trophy against Rowdy Cow Rowde by beating their fellow villagers in the quarter-finals of this term’s competition.
BREMHILL View remain top of the Shoestrings chargrill-sponsored Chippenham and District Sunday League Premier Division courtesy of their 7-2 victory away at Audley.
THE ONLY fixture in Division One at the weekend saw leaders The Grapes United travel to second-placed Calne BFC and having beaten the elements, the Grapes claimed a 3-1 win to move six points clear at the top of the table.
AFTER being bottom of Division Two at the start of December, Pig & Whistle have moved up to seventh place after they made it three wins on the spin thanks to a 4-1 triumph away at Old Road.
FADED took full advantage of Box Rovers’ postponed clash with AFC Rowde by beating The Foresters Arms 9-2 to move top of the table in Division Three.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses and urging residents to be vigilant after a series of garage break-ins overnight in Trowbridge.
MELSKHAM Town A stretched their lead at the top of the Trowbridge Windows-sponsored Trowbridge and District League Division One to nine points with victory over nearest challengers Luxol St Andrews.
CALNE Eagles kept up their promotion push with a 3-1 win at the expense of fellow high-flyers Trowbridge Town A.
FOR THE first time in this season’s Somerset Junior Cup, Freshford United enjoyed the home comforts of Browns Park but Chris Birleson’s side were edged out in a nine-goal thriller by Mid Somerset League outfit Frome Collegians.
I’M not usually a fan of gastro pubs; I like going to either a pub or a restaurant, not a combination of the two.
THE man who discovered vitamin C, Dr Albert Szent-Györgyi, once said: "Innovation is seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought."