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  1. Chippenham supermarket plan looking 'unlikely'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Wiltshire Times

    Site owner Ashtenne's plans, which were to transform a large part of Chippenham including Hathaway Retail Park, were permitted in principle by Wiltshire Council in December after a fight spanning several years. These plans have been set back now that Hansteen, who acquired Ashtenne's property portfolio, is marketing the Langley Park site for sale.

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  2. Firefighters tackle chimney firesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

    A Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crew from Malvern extinguished a chimney blaze at a property in Colwall at 5.30pm, using a thermal imaging camera to help with their operation.

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  3. Free kits to detect radioactive radon gas offered to 18,000 homes in GloucestershireRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    EIGHTEEN thousand homes in Gloucestershire are being offered the chance to test their house for levels of radioactive radon gas for free. This naturally occurring gas cannot be seen, heard, smelled or tasted -but each year is believed to lead to over 1,000 lung cancer deaths.

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  4. Poop-powered bus begins transporting people in EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    While Toyota and other auto manufacturers are working to develop cars that run on hydrogen, the Bath Bus Co. in England has announced that it will begin using another form of natural gas-that created from human waste-to transport "Up to 10,000 passengers are expected to travel on the 20-mile A4 route between Bath, England, and Bristol Airport, as well as local journeys along the route through Saltford, Keynsham, Brislington, Knowle and Hengrove," according to Collin Field, the engineering director at Bath Bus Co.

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  5. Ainsworth: We bounced backRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Gareth Ainsworth praised Wycombe's powers of recovery as they stormed back to the top of the table with a 4-1 win at Cheltenham. The Chairboys suffered a 3-1 defeat at Burton on Monday, but they made an instant return to form at Whaddon Road with a thoroughly deserved win over the 10-man Robins, who had Lee Vaughan sent off in the 24th minute.

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  6. Planning Department Weekly ListRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    The under mentioned applications have been received since the publication of the previous list dated 09.11.14 may be inspected at Planning Dept, Council Offices, Ebley Mill, Stroud, Glos. Tel 01453 754442 during normal office hours, 8.45am to 5.00pm .

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  7. Tennessee Valley obituaries for Nov 22: English-born lawyer remembered as music lover, accomplished pianistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Alabama Live

    Sparks, born in Bristol, England, studied aeronautical engineering before becoming interested in law. He later became a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England.

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  8. Join toy appeal to make sure struggling families have gifts to give on Christmas DayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    Ready for donations at Wilkinson's in Devizes, from left, food bank volunteers Peter Moss and Jack James, Money Boxz co-ordinator Pat Billett, Wilkinson's assistant manager Chris Jones, Allan Beamish of the Devizes Food Bank and mayor Sarah Bridewell People across Wiltshire are getting behind our Christmas Toy Appeal, which aims to make sure children who might otherwise miss out on presents have a gift on Christmas morning. We have teamed up with the Salvation Army in Chippenham to help put the sparkle into Christmas for families who are struggling to pay for gifts.

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  9. Trowbridge campus plans - need thought'Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    The main hall at the new Springfield Community Campus in Corsham, which partially opened in July, the first to be opened under Wiltshire Council's ambitious scheme CHAIRMAN of Trowbridge Community Operations Board Colin Kay is confident that Trowbridge Campus will happen, but has reminded residents it will take time to get it right. Last week Wiltshire Council's cabinet adopted a progress report on the campus programme, when councillors spoke about Trowbridge, along with Chippenham and Warminster, as an area where the development of a campus will form part of the wider regeneration of the town.

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  10. Property Market Comment: Making the grade in property with a training schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal

    WHETHER you're taking your first step on the property ladder; starting out as a landlord; or becoming a tenant for the first time, you'll want reassurance that the agents you engage with are focused on your best interests. What about their commitment to training, qualifications and continual professional development? To ensuring that their staff are equipped to deliver the very best service? It may not be the first thing you think of, but for us, this is incredibly important which is why we developed our internal management development programme.

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  11. Chippenham studio gets a 5k lifelineRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    Guy Britton and Tom Mallard at the Riverbank Studio which has been given A 5,000 from the Chippenham Area Board to allow it to continue operating By Paul Morris A recording studio in Chippenham which nearly closed when Wiltshire Council youth services funding changed has been awarded A 5,000 by the Chippenham Area Board. Riverbank Studios was being run as part of the Integrated Youth Service but became an independent organisation in October 2014.

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  12. Bang, Bang Maxwell's Hammering SilverRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | TrekEarth

    This shot was taken in the silversmithing workshop of Harts, the only remaining operating remnant of the Guild of Handicraft which C.R. Ashbee established in 1888. George Hart was a silversmith with the Guild when it moved from the East End of London to Chipping Campden in 1902.

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  13. ATHLETICS: Zoe's fine form is a real secretRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    IT IS probably fair to say that Wiltshire teenager Zoe Wassell is flying under the athletics radar at the moment - and that is okay by her, writes Kevin Fahey. It means Wassell's rivals are not yet aware of her excellent start to the winter and, if that gives her an advantage as the season moves up a gear, then she will take it.

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  14. Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary: Helpful ideas and secret artistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Peer review feedback I mentioned last week how a team, led by the Local Government Association, visited the council to make an assessment of our work on jobs and growth. They're due to provide a detailed report in the next week or so, but they delivered an oral report and presentation on their findings before they left.

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  15. Mums' safety plea to driversRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    From left, Jamie Arkell, Claire Barrett, watch manager Steve Jugg, Clare Brixey and Danni Hill at the Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow By paul morris Teenagers left Wiltshire College in Chippenham in a stunned silence after a visit from the Safe Drive Stay Alive roadshow. Nearly 450 students from Lackham were given a sobering dose of reality when they heard first-hand accounts from two mothers who lost their sons in car accidents.

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  16. Fiji hold off US fightback to claim winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bangkok Post

    Fiji held off a spirited USA fightback to end their November tour to Europe on a winning note with a 20-14 success in Vannes, France on Friday night. Members of the Fijian rugby team perform the `Cibi` prior to the Autumn International rugby union Test match between Wales and Fiji at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, on November 15, 2014 First half tries from Montpellier full-back Timoci Nagusa and wing Watisoni Votu, who also plys his club trade in France at second division Perpignan, helped the Pacific Islanders to a 15-0 half-time lead as Nemani Nadolo of Crusaders knocked over a conversion and a penalty.

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  17. a Poop-powered bus hits the road in BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS News

    The 40-seat Bio-Bus runs on gas produced through the treatment of food waste and sewage. It began taking passengers in Bristol, England, Nov. 20, 2104.

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  18. Corey feels like star in Ford Boyard roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    TEENAGER Corey Overend had to confront spiders and scorpions for his TV debut, while filming a series of episodes for CITV adventure game show Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge. The 17-year-old, from Trowbridge, who studies BTECH Level 3 Sport at Wiltshire College in Chippenham, applied to be part of the show earlier this year and found out he was one of 24 teenagers selected in March.

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  19. Wiltshire dressed up for PudseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    Members of Hot Chilli Triathlon Club in Trowbridge put in a heroic effort to complete a 24-hour triathlon challenge as part of the fundraising activities taking place across Wiltshire for Children in Need. The challenge saw the club attempt to swim the equivalent distance of the channel, run the equivalent of London to Paris and cycle the equivalent distance of Land's End to John O'Groats.

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  20. Back Through the PagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Andover Advertiser

    Job Band, of Stockbridge, a felmonger, was charged of being drunk on the 9th March.-P.S.Nunn proved the case, and said the summons could not be served on defendant as he had kept out of the way, and defendant not appearing to know anything of it, except that there was a bit of bother at his house, was fined 5s. and 6s.

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