• Wiltshire A-Level students celebrate record results

    Hundreds of A-Level students in West Wiltshire are celebrating as they look to the future after opening their long-awaited A-Level results on Thursday. Pupils gathered at schools from as early as 8am to see if they had got the grades they need

  • Thieves hit help centre

    A DROP-in centre in Trow- bridge that is home to two charities helping some of Wiltshire’s most vulnerable people was burgled at the weekend — for the second time in a month. The Wiltshire Addiction Support Project and homeless charity Alabere lost £100

  • No more Games in closedown

    VIDEO game shop Game in Trowbridge will close tomorrow, in a further blow to the town centre. The Fore Street shop, which sells handheld and video games, consoles and accessories, will close for the last time after trading on Saturday, Staff are understood

  • Bikinis on for beach fundraiser

    FUN-loving fundraisers are bringing a beach party to a Melksham bar in a bid to collect hundreds of pounds for charity. The Tavern in Market Place is organising a fancy dress night and raffle for August 28. The evening’s beach party theme will see

  • Man ‘scared girls with stick’

    A man aged 41 has been accused of attacking three 13-year-old schoolgirls with a piece of wood. Marek Stanis, of Innox Road, Trowbridge, was arrested on July 18 and later charged with three counts of assault. He was also charged with one count of possessing