TODAY is set to start cold and bright across most of Wiltshire, but forecasters have warned milder weather and the risk of flooding are just around the corner.
WILTSHIRE Council is urging residents to think carefully where they do their daily exercise and to ‘jog on’ if they travel too far or there’s too many people.
There is evidence to suggest the new variant of Covid -19 - that emerged in the UK in September last year - is more deadly, the Prime Minister has warned.
ENVIRONMENTAL charity Avon Needs Trees has received an anonymous £25,000 donation towards the purchase of a second piece of land in Wiltshire to create new woodland.
OFFICERS from Devizes Police are currently dealing with a wartime shell found by a farmer in the Pewsey area this morning.
A 37-year-old man from Swindon has died in a single vehicle road traffic collision near Avebury this morning.
THERE’S colder weather in store for many as Storm Christoph pulls away from the UK and rainfall starts to ease, although river levels in parts of the UK could continue to rise for a little time to come.
A VIRTUAL journey to the North Pole has been undertaken by staff at allmanhall, near Corsham, raising £1046.13 for Cancer Research UK in 2020.
Malmesbury has hit headlines across the UK this week, due to the huge success of the Hope Springs Eternal Trail.
A crash on the A360 Devizes Road at Potterne is causing traffic delays this afternoon.
Police said the road is partially blocked from Potterne to Devizes with slow traffic due to the accident.
SCHOOLS, charities, voluntary organisations and individuals from across Wiltshire are set to benefit from a scheme to connect communities during the Covid-19 Pandemic lockdown.
SEVERAL people – including one child – were reported to have been injured by an out-of-control dog in an incident in a Chippenham park yesterday .
A west Wiltshire independent financial adviser has pledged to donate £100 to Avon Needs Trees for every ethical investment made by new clients.
A CHIPPENHAM man was found safe and well after police put out a missing appeal late yesterday evening to locate him.
POSSIBLE reforms to the controversial leasehold system in England to clamp down on high costs when extending a lease have been given a mixed reception by industry experts.
A SOUTH west Wiltshire sheep farmer looks set to benefit from Aldi’s plans to increase the amount of food and drink it buys from British suppliers.
A luxurious penthouse apartment within a historic Jacobean Mansion has gone on the market.
No 18 Charlton Park has gone on the market with the pricetag of £675,000.