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  1. ATHLETICS: Dave Wright wins his age category at Chippenham ParkrunRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    AFTER the rigours of the London Marathon and the Chedworth Roman Trail, last weekend was a quiet one for Cirencester AC runners. The regular trio of Swindon Parkrun competitors were among more than 500 runners in last Saturday's race, with Dave Moss first home for the club in an excellent 33rd place.


  2. Lib Dems hit out at Conservative pledge to halt South Cerney waste processing plantRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    THE Lib Dems have hit out at a Conservative pledge to withdraw the planning application to build a waste transfer site in South Cerney, calling it "electioneering". If the application goes through, the site at Packer's Leaze, Broadway Lane, will be used to process up to 40,000 tonnes of waste.


  3. BID takes the long-term view on investment in ChippenhamRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | This is Wiltshire

    FIVE years is a long time and a lot will be achieved from the A 1.5m invested by the Chippenham BID levy payers into management and promotional activity for the town. At any time during that five year period Chippenham could rightfully claim the BID a success once the return-on-investment has been met and the BID area has received A 1.5m of improvements, services and promotion.


  4. The lives of dogs and their ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CNN

    English photographers Will Robson-Scott and Ollie Grove's photo book, "In Dogs We Trust," explores the special relationship between dogs and their owners. Here, Xavier and Oso pose in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles.


  5. More stallholders wanted for Chippenham Folk Festival street fairRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Each year at the end of May, the festival draws thousands into the town, many just to enjoy the free music, dancing and fair in the High Street. The street fair, which brings a range of arts, crafts, goods, jewellery, clothing, organic food and other items of interest from as near as Chippenham and as far as Tibet, has complemented the folk festival for 26 of its 43 years and has been run by the Rotary Club of Wiltshire Vale.


  6. Youth Cricket: Spinner Van Der Heiden plays key role in Fairford U15s victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Lechlade, who won the toss and elected to field, took 10 overs to pick up their first wicket, but kept the run rate down as Fairford managed just 32. The fact that some resolute batting meant Fairford had wickets in hand for the last 10 overs of their innings helped as they were able to attack more freely and build-up a respectable total of 87-7. Charlie Bailey hit 20, Scott Mounty struck 15 and Matthew Jobling notched 14 not out to record the highest scores.


  7. Rugby Union: Dursley U-15s win Sevens titleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    DURSLEY travelled to this annual tournament having never progressed to the cup rounds in the six years of taking part - and won the title. Their first pool match was against host Cirencester and it was a tight game.


  8. Finest team in two decadesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Toulon may be the finest team we've seen in two decades of European rugby, says Sky Sports' Stuart Barnes. Toulon might not be the most loved team in Europe but they are certainly the best.


  9. Cotswold Conservatives commit to halting South Cerney waste processing applicationRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    THE Conservatives have committed to withdrawing the application to build a waste processing plant in South Cerney if they retain control of Cotswold District Council . CDC leader Lynden Stowe said that the first thing he'd do once in office would be to propose to withdraw the application made to Gloucestershire County Council for the site on Broadway Lane.


  10. Chippenham & District Sunday League Division Two: Jones at the double for champions BremhillRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    HAVING secured the Division Two title on Thursday night with a 2-1 victory over Corsham Centre Youth, Ben Redford's Bremhill View signed off their WG Parr Trophy and league-winning campaign with a champions like performance away at Miller Sports B. Bremhill duly obliged but a stubborn Miller Sports side made them work for their 4-1 wn which, in truth, could have been a lot more had it not been for the woodwork, some fine goal keeping from Paul Chick and poor finishing from the Bremhill forwards who were all looking to get their name on the score sheet.


  11. Chippenham & District Sunday League Division One: Talbot fightback to claim deserved drawRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    MELKSHAM Cosmos, who finished the season in third place behind Potterne and FC Buscots, were up against Talbot FC at the Conigre But unlike the first meeting of the sides which Cosmos won 9-1 back in September they had to settle for a share of the honours as Talbot, who played most of the match with 10 players, fought back from 2-0 to claim a deserved point from a 2-2 draw. Dan Moore's penalty gave Cosmos a half-time lead and when Matt Bowden doubled their advantage early in the second period it looked as if they were set fair for another victory over their rivals.


  12. Chippenham & District Sunday League Premier Division: Wildcats beat...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    PRESTIGE Bodyworks FC and Corsham CC Wildcats served up a feast of football at Biddestone Sports Ground as they battled to be crowned S.K. Fruits Ltd-sponsored Chippenham & District League Premier Division champions. A win for Prestige would have given them the title, whereas victory for the Wildcats would leave them needing to avoid defeat against Somerford on Tuesday evening to finish in the number one spot.


  13. Damage action against Tory councillor in Bristol.Read the original story

    Sunday Apr 5 | Indy Media

    The iron lady that the police's Operation Rhone couldn't protect, the one supporter they should have taken care of. Are they serious? Or a laughing stock? They need to try harder.


  14. Just two speed cameras in the Bristol area catch out 3,000...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    JUST under 3,000 people have been caught out in the Bristol area after speed cameras were switched back on by the police. As reported in the Bristol Post some of the speed cameras in the Avon and Somerset force area were switched back on six weeks ago/ The decision to turn off the cameras was made four years ago when the existing safety camera partnerships were closed down.


  15. Photographers explore relationships between dogs and their ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CNN

    English photographers Will Robson-Scott and Ollie Grove's photo book, "In Dogs We Trust," explores the special relationship between dogs and their owners. Here, Xavier and Oso pose in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles.


  16. British voters heading for a Disunited KingdomRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Times

    GLOUCESTER: Like millions of other British voters, Karl Wakeman supported Margaret Thatcher's Conservatives in the 1980s and then Tony Blair's New Labour in the late 1990s. But now, as Britain heads towards a general election on May 7, the 49-year-old from Gloucester has no time for either of the two parties that have dominated British politics for decades.


  17. Former Yesterday's World museum in Great Yarmouth soldRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Evening News

    Yesterday's World shut down last year and its unique contents, ranging from the full-sized Victorian carousel to wax works of Winston Churchill and Royal family members, were auctioned off piece by piece. Now, the Yarmouth estate agent tasked with selling the empty building on Marine Parade has confirmed that an offer has been made.


  18. Magna Carta fanfares to celebrate 800 years of historyRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Hereford Times

    FORMER Hereford Sixth Form student Robert Peate, currently working for his PhD in composition at the Royal Academy of Music, was commissioned last year by Wraysbury Parish Council to write a Fanfare for use at the various events being held this year in the Wraysbury and Windsor area, celebrating the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. "I ended up writing them four Fanfares for different numbers of trumpets which increase in size, length and difficulty but are based on the same three-note 'Magna Carta Theme' , giving the option for a range of performers from younger/amateur players to professionals to be involved in the events, plus creating a musical connection between the events.


  19. Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club can 'enjoy season of consolidation' in...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Cotswold Journal

    DAVE Henshaw says Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club can enjoy a season of consolidation in Division Two of the Cotswold Hills League. "It's never great to be relegated from a league, but we saw the positives and we have recruited a few new players and increased our playing stock," said Moreton spokesman Henshaw.


  20. Daniels Edmund strides to victory.Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    DANIEL Edmunds achieved his first race victory after clocking 7:04:50 in the gruelling 45.5-mile Evesham Ultra. Edmunds finished ahead of Wells City Harriers' Oliver Frost and Honiton Running Club's Ben Stone, who was third in 7:32:08.