THE RAF Charitable Trust are inspiring the next generation of engineers in North Cerney.
The Trust presented two talented youngsters from North Cerney Church of England Primary Academy with this year’s Junior Engineer Challenge Award.
POLICE have received yet more reports of badger setts being blocked in in north Wiltshire.
A recent incident of setts being filled in occurred in Brokenborough, where the remains of dead badgers were found on January 31.
AN appeal has been made to businesses to support Wiltshire Air Ambulance (WAA).
The charity has a history of working with businesses who raise money towards the day to day costs of its lifesaving service and have now created The 100 Club.
POLICE are hailing the success of a push to crack down on drink and drug driving in Wiltshire over Christmas and New Year.
Wiltshire Police made 84 arrests related to suspected drink and drug driving offences from December 1 to January 1, an increase from last year.
FULL planning permission has been granted for a new £5m airbase for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance (WAA).
The site will be developed at Outmarsh Farm, near Melksham, however the charity need another £1.25m to fund the project, so have launched an appeal.
A DISABLED boy who inspired the world last year with his story of overcoming adversity, is beginning to see his campaign make a difference.
Jonathan Bryan, from Stanton St Quintin, has been pushing hard to see changes made to the education system that he believes let him down.
A HUGE surge in demand for the foodbank in Malmesbury saw the number of users triple last year – which is a worrying sign of the times according to its chairman.
THE prime minister’s proposal to pull the UK out of the European single market has been condemned by a Gloucestershire-wide group campaigning for the country to remain in the EU.
MORE than £54,000 has been raised in memory of a Crudwell teenager who died at the end of last year.
Hannah Cubin’s parents Dawn and Andy have been raising money for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance since her sudden death at a friend’s sleepover.
A CHARITY have launched a brand new guide to help people living with sight loss.
Wiltshire Sight have produced a booklet to provide visually impaired people with the information they need to stay active and live life to their full potential.