• Arsonists destroy boats moored on Warminster lake

    Arsonists have destroyed two boats moored at Shearwater Lake near Warminster. Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Shearwater Sailing Club’s boat house in Crockerton at 12.25am on Thursday. The fire is believed to have been started

  • EQUESTRIAN: Gawler's grass roots success

    STONAR School PE teacher Emily Gawler made the line-up at the Mitsubishi Motors Grass Roots at Badminton, writes KATE HEALEY. Riders had to qualify through a series of first rounds and regional finals held countrywide and the final, for up and coming

  • Ferret racing to be held at charity plant sale

    Ferret racing will feature at a plant sale being held to raise money for the Dorothy House Hospice in Winsley. Bristol Ferret Club will be organising the action at the event on Saturday, which will be held in the hospice’s grounds. Dorothy House event

  • DIVISION TWO TUESDAY PREVIEW: Bell tolls for Melksham

    AFC Bell and AFC Melksham final bring their campaigns to an end tonight when the sides met at Christie Miller in Melksham. Bell were forced to switch the game from their Nurstead Road base due to the pitch being unavailable. The match is really a dead

  • New location for Westbury's £5m primary care centre revealed

    A new £5 million Primary Care Centre to replace Westbury Hospital and the central doctors surgery will be located on the Leigh Park estate and not the old hospital site as many had hoped. The plans were revealed by Westbury Group Practice, NHS Wiltshire

  • Rider airlifted after falling off horse at Warminster club

    The Wiltshire Air Ambulance was drafted in to help a horse rider who fell on her head after an accident in Warminster at the weekend. The incident happened during a class at Warminster Saddle Club, Oxendene, Warminster, at about 2pm on Saturday. A woman

  • WI unveils new bench to mark 60th birthday

    Members of Steeple Ashton Women’s Institute gathered at the village green on Saturday to mark their 60th anniversary with the installation of a new bench. Around 16 women gathered at Steeple Ashton village green where an existing bench, first put in