• Man rushed to hospital after suffering burns to legs

    A man who turned up to Trowbridge Hospital's minor injury unit suffering from significant burns had to be rushed to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol for treatment. The man, in his 20s, turned up at the hospital this afternoon with nine per cent burns to

  • ANGLING: Tough going as Stainer wins Open

    ONLY three competitors caught fish at Sunday’s Wilts Angling Open at Leech Pool. After the ice was broken Ian Stainer, from Bradford, took top prize with carp weighing 13lb. Trowbridge’s Mick Gunning took 4lb 2oz of carp for second, followed by Pete

  • Warminster soldiers killed by roadside bombs in Afghanistan

    Two soldiers based in Warminster, who were killed in separate bomb blasts in Afghanistan, are due to be repatriated on Friday. Corporal Liam Riley, 21 and Lance Corporal Graham Shaw, who turned 27 on Sunday, both of the 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire

  • ATHLETICS: Elaine content after Vienna showing

    CHIPPENHAM sprint star Elaine O’Neill made a solid start to her 2010 indoor season in Austria on Tuesday night, writes KEVIN FAHEY. Running in the Vienna International meeting the 20-year-old junior international finished second in the final in a time

  • FUTSAL: Chippenham maintain good form

    CHIPPENHAM travelled to Gloucester to take on Hartpury Futsal Club in their second match of the FA National Futsal League season. Defensive errors and poor finishing left Chippenham trailing 4-2 at the interval, with goals from Jamie Lyons and Lucas

  • HOCKEY: Chippenham 6 Marlborough 3

    CHIPPENHAM stunned their local rivals, who play three leagues above them, in the quarter finals of the Wiltshire Cup. The home side dictated the pace of the game and were comfortable in possession, creating early chances for Alex Thomas and Colin Fisher

  • FOOTBALL: Trowbridge chairman Mackinder steps down

    ANDY Mackinder has stepped down as chairman of Trowbridge Town. Mackinder, who has been involved with the club for 15 years, took the decision because of job commitments. In a statement to the Hellenic League club's website, Mackinder said: "Many of

  • Wiltshire villagers prepare for release of Hollywood horror

    Residents in Lacock are looking forward to seeing how their village was transformed for eerie scenes in the new horror movie, The Wolfman. The film, which is a remake of the 1941 original starring Sir Anthony Hopkins, Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt