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Pupils who have worked hard to develop their Forest School skills at Wylye Valley Primary School, Codford, have been rewarded with a bronze award. George and Rio were the first recipients of the award, after completing tasks including erecting a shelter to protect a small group from rain or sun, lighting a fire and keeping it going for ten minutes and whittling a skewer using a sheath knife.
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Warminster Town Council gave its support at a meeting on Monday to Warminster Preservation Trust’s plan to obtain funding for the Old Town Hall from the principal bodies supporting the restoration of historic buildings.
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Offenders cut through a padlock and entered a storage container in the Warminster area overnight last Wednesday before stealing 1,000 litres of diesel and two jerry cans of 20 litres of petrol. Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
3:00pm Saturday 16th November 2013
Two men were arrested following an assault outside Speedy Chef in Weymouth Street, Warminster, in the early hours of Sunday. Both men have been released on police bail until December 19, pending further enquiries.
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Preparations are well in hand for Warminster’s Athenaeum Singers performance of Messiah by G F Handel on November 30. The work will be conducted by director of music Jessi Pywell, who took the singers through an all day workshop in October, pictured right, to tackle the finer points. An impressive array of young professionals is lined up for the solo parts.
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Pupils from Warminster School, in years 3, 5 and 6 in the Prep School and Years 8-13 in the Senior School, took part in the Big Draw – an art event designed to bring children of all ages together to work on a single art project, which this year was to draw a mechanical ‘iron giant’.
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The tale of the Capulets’ and Montagues’ deadly feud and a pair of star-crossed lovers takes flight in this modern adaptation bursting with excitement and colour, brought to the satage from November 20-23 by the Athenaeum Limelight Players.
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There was a large turnout from the people of Warminster yesterday for an emotional Remembrance Day procession through the town, which saw the laying of a wreath for former 3 Yorks soldier Gareth Thursby.
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