RT @swindonadver: [THEATRE] Stephen K Amos is all about 'serious' comedy - STEPHEN K Amos doesn’t strike you as one of life’s awkwar... htt…— @marionsauvebois 29 January 2015
- Find out who the mayor's new friends are in tomorrow's Adver and online
Check out my interview with mind reader Luke Jermay on the @swindonadver website http://t.co/0IrXoQunUa— @marionsauvebois 29 January 2015
And it's gone again #snow— @cllrfay 29 January 2015
Just a few hours now until the @swindonadver Sports Awards. We'll bring you the winners and reaction via our blog at http://t.co/2C3SroeqiQ— @AdverSport 29 January 2015
The stupidity continues as @Official_STFC declined their invitation to @swindonadver sports awards.— @Jim_2561 29 January 2015
...but you couldn't expect him speak to everyone at Swindon Station during his busy schedule today.
- Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was in Swindon today to publicise the £11.5m being provided by the Government for investment in Swindon and Wiltshire projects including moving the town's bus station.
New Bus Station funding announced- thanks to the Swindon Advertiser for this news http://t.co/8Nic167dmw— @thamesdown 29 January 2015
RT @gazzaloz: Looking forward to the @swindonadver sports awards tonight. Sad that #stfc have declined their invitation.— @AdamCareCN 29 January 2015
- Waitrose has asked us to clarify that free coffees will still be on offer at self-service machines after its complimentary scheme changes on February 9.
- Find out more here
- School GCSE results tables are published today.
- Find out more here with updates to follow
- It's bright at the moment but watch out for sleet later...
- Keep up to date with the weather here
- A stark warning has been issued over the £70m of cuts faced by Swindon Council.
- Find out more here
Welcome to the Adver’s live news panel for January 29
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I AM so happy that Mrs Spaulding has found her daughter after all these years. I was adopted at the age of four in 1947, into a loving family. All of them took me into their hearts as if I had been their own.
ON a crisp autumnal day just over 20 years ago a group of smartly turned-out pensioners – blazers, suits, ties, shoes so shiny that you could virtually make out your reflection in them, etcetera – converged from all corners of the country onto a village near Swindon.