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Children enjoying the plate smashing games at Southwick Show

Villagers turn out in force for annual Southwick Show

A spider's web forms the clue, this one on the main road through Holt  Trevor Porter 51801/3

Holt Scarecrow Trail surpasses expectations over Bank Holiday weekend

Adcroft New Boys 1965 getting ready for their Reunion in September at Adcroft School of Building in Trowbridge. .Pictured are Graham Head and Peter Timbrell with a photograph of the New Boys in 1965. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2500/04. (36915033)

Reunion planned for 1965 intake at Trowbridge's Adcroft School of Building for 50th anniversary

Scenes like this rubbish left in Steeple Ashton are on increase according to the latest figures. Picture by Trevor Porter

Fly-tipping costs 'up by 75%' for Wiltshire Council

Calne's Emily Fulgoni as Captain America and  Chris Adams as Chris Redfield from the Zombie games. Pics Trevor Porter TP51800-15

Sci-fi fanatics have a Marvel-lous time at Melksham Comic Con

HIlls Group employees who are backing National Cycle to Work Day

Hills workers back National Cycle to Work Day

A number of vehicles got stuck in the mud at the Corsley Show. Pics Trevor Porter 51808 11. (37096524)

Rain fails to dampen spirits at successful Corsley Show

Dave Cooke, 21, Harriet Allbrook, 21, 19-year-old Oscar Price and Box Steam Brewery employee Dom Lane spent nearly four hours hauling a nine gallon cask of Tunnel Vision beer to the top of Ben Nevis. Picture: Box Steam Brewery/PA Wire

Wiltshire students meet Box Steam Brewery challenge to haul beer up Ben Nevis

Box Rocks 2015 held at the Queens Head Pub in Box in support of the RUH Forever friends appeal .The Red Hot Philli Peppers perform on stage .Pics by Diane Vose DV2510/14. (37075392)

Hundreds sing and dance in the rain at Box Rocks festival

A trial aimed at reducing the number of ambulance call-outs is being hailed a success after a reduction of 70,000 journeys in six months

Successful trial cuts 999 response time

Edington Music Festival celebrates 60 years with the three choirs Consort, Nave Choir and Schola with musical directors Jeremy Summerly, Matthew Martin and Peter Stevens along with festival director Ben Nicholas and festival organist Simon Bell. Pics by D

Former members of Edington Music Festival remembered during 60th running

David Coves, Babcock’s international ecologist, surveying the area at Box

Network Rail join forces with ecologists to protect bats in Box

Aspiring music composer Taran Stormes Martino with Rev'd Joanna Abecassis at Holy Trinity Church Bradford On Avon.. Pics Trevor Porter TP51793-4

Aspiring Bradford on Avon composer comes back home to record at church

Any type of firearm or ammunition can be handed in to Wiltshire Police from September 5-20

Police stage two-week firearms and ammo surrender

Temperatures are set to fall overnight

A cool day - and possible showers - on the cards for Swindon and Wiltshire

The Royal Mint's £20 coin showing the Queen all the way from her coronation until now

£20 silver coin depicts Queen throughout her reign

Neil Mortimer with grandaughter Chloe helping him out with his vegetable entries. Glenn Phillips

Villagers flock to admire produce at annual show

Gillian Smith presents the cheque to Rob Dawson, parish council chairman Alf Moreton and Pauline Baxter

Underused area of North Bradley’s rec ground to be made into memorial garden

Super human effort at Great Cheverell soapbox derby

Super human effort at Great Cheverell soapbox derby

Swindon Railway Station

Travellers angry at timing of bank holiday rail strike

Requiem rehearsals start in Warminster

Requiem rehearsals start in Warminster

Light traffic on the M4 this morning

Travel and weather round-up: Monday, August 31

Scarlet, five, and Natasha, 11, work out a clue at the Holt Scarecrow Trail. Pics Trevor Porter 51801/4.

Visitors dodge rain to enjoy Holt Scarecrow Trail

Lego Man Dan Allen. Cancer sufferer Dan Allen  left Lego gifts throughout  chemotherapy treatment.. Pics Trevor Porter 51787 1. (36638293)

Trowbridge cancer patient praises his "Lego fairy" after receiving models throughout chemotherapy treatment

Police are appealing for help in finding 14-year-old Melissa Bowles who went missing in the Bala area of North Wales.

Police search for missing 14-year-old Wiltshire girl

RMT members who work for First Great Western walk out for 72 hours from midnight

Rail disruption expected when three-day bank holiday strike starts at midnight

Bowerhill Pre-School

Bowerhill preschool still not meeting legal requirements, warns Ofsted

Former Wiltshire Chief Constable Patrick Geenty with Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson

Police officers face misconduct hearings in wake of IPCC report into sexual abuse mishandling

Clare Jack who will be heading up newly formed Orchestra at Wiltshire Music Centre. Pics Trevor Porter TP51790-5

Signed, sealed, delivered for youth orchestras as Wiltshire Music Centre celebrates official takeover

Police warning over fears of sextortion

Don't be blackmailed: Police warn over online sextortion risk

Take extra care this weekend, urges the ambulance service

Ambulance services urges drivers to take care on roads this bank holiday weekend

Wearing something silver are WAA Pilot Nicky Smith (left) and WAA Critical Care Paramedic Richard Miller (right) with children l-r (back row) Ethan McDonald, Tallulah Bakewell, Thomas Reed, Jessica Ingram, Sophie Reed; (front row) Frazer White, Freya de l

Wiltshire Air Ambulance sparkles in silver for 25th anniversary fundraiser

How to find the best deal on a used car - from  http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/cars

How to find the best deal on your next car

Mum Naomi Paterson from westbury with her children Alfie and Megan at St Stephens Place Trowbridge Car park. She was given a parking fine but she had displayed a Free Three hour ticket in her car. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2494/04. (36562207)

Westbury mum fighting back against incorrect parking ticket at St Stephen's Place in Trowbridge

Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott is set to join the House of Lords

She's a Lady: Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott to join House of Lords

A NEW £6.1million specialist dementia care home for people in Trowbridge has been commissioned by The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT)

New £6.1m dementia care home to be built in Trowbridge

Runner Steve Harman and his dog Merlot with rubbish tipped at Sandpits Lane, Steeple Ashton. Picture by Trevor Porter 51788 2. (36638472)

Concerns over fly tipping after bags of rubbish dumped in Steeple Ashton countryside

Simon Routh-Jones, chief fire officer of Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service

Fire merger moves one step closer

New technology heaps pressure on police investigators

Digital dilemma for police as new technology increases casework

Mark Hopwood, managing director of First Great Western

Bank holiday rail strike will go ahead, RMT union and train operator confirm

Police warning over bogus calls claiming to be from Wiltshire Council

Police warning over bogus calls claiming to be from Wiltshire Council

A recent queue at a household recycling centre. Wiltshire Council warns that they are likely to be extremely busy this weekend. Picture by Trevor Porter

Warning issued over busy household recycling centres this bank holiday

Sunshine could emerge from rain clouds across Wiltshire today

Brighter spells expected today - although showers could still strike

Winsley residents Betty Parr and Daphne Cox are delighted with the new bus stops around Winsley for the First Bus 265 service. Picture by Trevor Porter 51792 2. (36671643)

All aboard: New stops added to Winsley bus service after concerns from residents

Peter and Ruth Doyle celebrate at Wiltshire Hotel, Golf and Leisure Resort in Royal Wootton Bassett today

VIDEO: Couple's £1m EuroMillions win is perfect wedding anniversary 'gift'

Teresa Wiltshire and her mum, Mary Lymath, at Melksham Cemetery where her dad's gravestone has been pushed over. By Siobhan Boyle SMB645/2

Melksham family's anger after 'unsafe' gravestone is pushed over

Rail workers will strike again this weekend after talks between train operator First Great Western and the RMT union broke down today

UPDATE: First Great Western still hopes new talks can avert bank holiday rail strike

Sharl Adabashi, Chair of Friends of Trowbridge Park, and Bill Austin, Head of Direct Services at Trowbridge Town Council, in the Park. Pics Trevor Porter (50091)

Friends of Trowbridge Park appeal for support for 'Riot of Colour' planting event

Trowbridge Salvation Army Church leader Major Kelvin Lang launching one of the charity's previous Christmas Toy Appeals

Trowbridge Salvation Army set for 150th birthday party celebration

Firefighters delighted with the success of their charity car wash

Trowbridge firefighters raise money for good causes with charity car wash

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