Queen Elizabeth ll marks her Diamond Jubilee from Saturday June 2 to Tuesday June 5. Here's how we will celebrate.
2:00pm Thursday 21st February 2013
The first Carewatch North West Wiltshire award for Carer of the Year has been handed out. The process began with Carewatch asking its clients to nominate one of their carers for the award. Once all the nominations were in, further shortlisting criteria were applied and Rose Scarff, of Meriton Avenue, Corsham, was chosen as the overall winner. She has worked for Carewatch for more than 10 years, and is often seen walking or cycling to her clients in Corsham.
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To celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee, a heritage bus service will be running on Monday, June 4 from Warminster, across Salisbury Plain and through the village of Imber, to Market and West Lavington.
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To celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, WRVS is calling for nominations from around the country for 'Diamond Champions', older people who volunteer in their local communities and go the extra mile to make a real difference to others’ lives.
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GENERAL ELECTION: CONSTITUENCIES
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I would like to draw the attention of residents of Wiltshire to the latest consultation by Wiltshire Council that could see bus passes only being able to be used after 9.30am. It seems to me that once again Wiltshire Council is looking to save £180,000 at the expense of the elderly and disabled. It could be suggested that if leading councillors hadn’t taken their eye-watering increases in the allowances these cuts wouldn’t now be necessary. − Cllr Terry Chivers, Independent, Melksham Without NorthWhat about workers?
Surely I am not alone in being irked by minority groups claiming to speak for the people of Wiltshire? Who are these people who condemn fracking so roundly and are prepared to use any legal means to stop it? Whoever they are, they haven’t bothered to seek the opinion of the majority and it follows that they have no right to speak for us. − Tony Sedgewick, DevizesNot speaking for all
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