6:54am Monday 6th April 2009
12:51pm Monday 6th October 2008
A & B CUP: The Deverills struggled to beat lower league opposition in the first round of the Pied Piper Promotions-sponsored A and B Cup, but did enough to scrape through 1-0 against Foresters, despite going down to 10 men in the first half.
12:45pm Monday 6th October 2008
DIVISION ONE: FC Northbridge travelled to Blue Circle in the knowledge that they were rooted to the bottom of the table, but this didnt seem to bother them as they dominated large periods of the first half.
12:40pm Monday 6th October 2008
12:35pm Monday 6th October 2008
9:08am Monday 29th September 2008
DIVISION THREE: FC Chippenham Youth As first league match of the season saw them take all three points with a 4-2 home win over Steeple Ashton Reserves who find themselves struggling at the bottom of the table.
9:01am Monday 29th September 2008
8:58am Monday 29th September 2008
8:51am Monday 29th September 2008
3:19pm Monday 22nd September 2008
A and B CUP: Division One Blue Circle gained their revenge for last weeks surprise Knockout Cup defeat by North Bradley by beating the same opposition in the preliminary round of the Pied Piper Promotions -sponsored A and B Cup.
2:39pm Monday 22nd September 2008
2:35pm Monday 22nd September 2008
2:33pm Monday 22nd September 2008
12:49pm Monday 15th September 2008
12:47pm Monday 15th September 2008
12:25pm Monday 8th September 2008
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12:18pm Monday 8th September 2008
10:59am Tuesday 8th July 2008
1:15pm Monday 19th May 2008
9:24am Monday 12th May 2008
9:21am Monday 12th May 2008
9:18am Monday 12th May 2008
12:08pm Monday 5th May 2008
12:03pm Monday 5th May 2008
11:58am Monday 5th May 2008
11:58am Wednesday 30th April 2008
11:39am Monday 28th April 2008
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11:16am Monday 28th April 2008
12:29pm Monday 21st April 2008
12:26pm Monday 21st April 2008
12:23pm Monday 21st April 2008
12:15pm Monday 21st April 2008
8:33am Thursday 17th April 2008
Bromham Reserves 1, Trowbridge Wanderers 2. SPRING CUP: Trowbridge Wanderers won the first silverware of the season in the Bradfords Building Supplies Trowbridge League with a narrow victory in last nights AM Print and Copy-sponsored Spring Cup final at Chippenham Towns ground.
2:42pm Monday 14th April 2008
DIVISION TWO CUP: Westbury United A built up a healthy advantage in their semi-final against The Eleven Statues by winning the first leg of their E J Shanley and Son Limited-sponsored Division Two Cup semi-final 4-0 at Meadow Lane on Friday night.
2:34pm Monday 14th April 2008
2:29pm Monday 14th April 2008
2:17pm Monday 14th April 2008
5:17am Friday 11th April 2008
12:48pm Monday 7th April 2008
12:45pm Monday 7th April 2008
12:35pm Monday 7th April 2008
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4:34pm Monday 31st March 2008
4:28pm Monday 31st March 2008
4:24pm Monday 31st March 2008
DIVISION ONE: Bradford United gave as good as they got for the first half hour of their home match against AFC Trowbridge Town Youth, but two goals three minutes either side of half-time effectively ended their resistance.
4:22pm Monday 31st March 2008
4:18pm Monday 31st March 2008
12:50pm Monday 24th March 2008
DIVISION TWO CUP: Westbury United A held a 4-1 lead from the first leg of their E J Shanley and Son Limited sponsored-Division Two Cup against the Anchor and Hope and their progress into the next round was never in doubt in this wind-swept second leg.
GENERAL ELECTION: CONSTITUENCIES
Your Say Your Times
The question has now arisen to who actually runs and funds our health care. Is it the NHS, local government, social services, care homes or the doctors? Does the government care or has it tendered it all out to contractors or bidders? You have paperwork and forms and more paperwork and forms. To get a straight answer someone has to ask someone else or find some lost piece of paperwork. To get the basics covered is a major operation and often it is a mess-up. − Andrew Hungerford, North BradleyNHS is in great peril
It was with sadness that I returned from a business trip to find that Warminster Town Council had passed a very divisive policy on the settlement boundaries that will have ramifications to the relationships between the populations of the east and west of the town for a long time. It is surprising that the west, which has the majority of the population and slightly more councillors than the east, continually fails to get a sensible change to the boundaries that at present limit the expansion of the town almost exclusively towards the west. − Jeremy Stadward, WarminsterEnd east-west divide