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Get set, ready, style at Sue Ryder stores

Swindon Advertiser:

4:09pm Monday 3rd August 2015

GET set, ready, style – battle lines will be drawn at Sue Ryder stores across the region as fashion-forward shoppers go head to head to put together a winning outfit.

Food for thought - Caroline Peyton is quizzed by Marion Sauvebois

Swindon Advertiser: Pic by Dave Cox.Caroline Peyton is a nutritional therapist at the Wellbeing Centre, Old Town..left 2 right.Pic - Caroline Peyton , Marion Sauvebois.Date 28/1/15... (21472011)

4:27pm Friday 31st July 2015

MARION SAUVEBOIS questions Caroline Peyton, nutritional therapist, Old Town

PUB CRAWL: The Sun Inn

Swindon Advertiser: Stuart Harrison 19/8/13Chefs Table. Manager of the Sun Inn at Coate pictured with some food. (33327290)

4:20pm Friday 31st July 2015

Ideal watering hole for parents with young children

Sweet dreams are made of this...

Swindon Advertiser: Ann Sherwood is a home baker which she has as a small business..Pic - Ann Sherwood.Date 11/6/15.Pic By Dave Cox. (28724173)

4:30pm Friday 31st July 2015

THE gift of baking was not magically bestowed upon Ann Sherwood in the cradle by a sweet-toothed fairy godmother. It was nurtured over time, out of sheer necessity.

Slow burn better than fast sprint that is flash in a pan

Swindon Advertiser: Pilates teacher Gemma Bowen at the fitness and wellbeing centre at Wood Street , Old Town..left 2 right .Pic - Gemma Bowen ,Marion Sauvebois .Date 18/5/15.Pic By Dave Cox. (29726141)

4:20pm Thursday 30th July 2015

“YOU can go at your own pace.”

Roll up for theatrical treats this summer

Swindon Advertiser: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME UK Tour 2014/2015 (29921952)

5:40pm Thursday 30th July 2015

BECAUSE a little culture never hurt, Marion Sauvebois takes a look at the best shows around as theatres unveil their summer season offerings.

A curious training regime

Swindon Advertiser: The Curious Incident of the Night-TimeUK Tour (28783463)

5:30pm Thursday 30th July 2015

“THERE was boxing, skipping, running, sit ups and press ups and weight lifting,” intones Joshua Jenkins.

Riveting and deliciously dark stories of extraordinary people

Swindon Advertiser:

10:48am Wednesday 29th July 2015

THE PROSPECT of being talked at for near on two hours in a triptych of monologues can test the zeal of even the most seasoned theatregoer.

Chinese acrobats are set to wow visitors

Swindon Advertiser: Chinese acrobats are set to wow visitors

3:20pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

EXOTIC creatures have pirouetted their way into Longleat promising to give the zoo’s wild animals a run for their money in the thrills stakes.

Darra’s fight for life

Swindon Advertiser: Little Darra willnot live until her first birthday after being diagnosed with ventricular septal defect. Pictured Darra Roberts.
10/07/15 Thomas Kelsey (31750567)

4:10pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

Mum Aisling Roberts tells MARION SAUVEBOIS about her young daughter Darra’s fight for life

'My fate was written in the stars' - Dee Dee Wilde on Pan's People, Top of the Pops and working with Jimmy Savile

Swindon Advertiser:

9:00am Monday 27th July 2015

SHE made television history bringing sass to Top of the Pops in risqué dance routines with Pan’s People. And nearly 40 years on, Dee Dee Wilde is still dancing. She tells MARION SAUVEBOIS why she can’t turn her back on her destiny.

Ross Noble produces perfect insanity in new comedy

Swindon Advertiser: (27505875)

6:47am Saturday 25th July 2015

Ross Noble talks to MARION SAUVEBOIS about his role in The Producers

Now, share nicely children

Swindon Advertiser: Feature on new head chef at the Kings Head, Cirencester. Pictured Dave Watts.
20/05/15 Thomas Kelsey (29904194)

5:21pm Friday 24th July 2015

THE ROMANCE is well and truly dead when a man stoops to using his menu as a rampart to shield his chips from wanton pilfering at the fair hand of his dearly beloved.

PUB CRAWL: The Steam Railway

Swindon Advertiser: Steam Railway pub in Newport street , Old Town has two new managers Paul Saunders & Emma Saunders..left 2 right .Pic - Paul Saunders, Emma Saunders.Date 9/7/15.Pic By Dave Cox. (31540660)

5:00pm Friday 24th July 2015

Steam Railway Co

Try a delicious slice of theatre at the deli

Swindon Advertiser: Made by Bob, feature, Cirencester. Pictured James "Bob" Parkinson tarts.
23/06/15 Thomas Kelsey (29833753)

2:57pm Friday 24th July 2015

As Made By Bob celebrates its sixth anniversary, Marion Sauvebois meets the man behind one of the most sough-after delicatessens in the region, award-winning chef Bob Parkinson.

All aboard to crew a sailing ship

Swindon Advertiser: Alan Fisher (31458965)

2:40pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

IN the late 1970s ago a small but indomitable team set out to change the face of sailing, breaking down barriers and opening up the sport to those with disabilities.

Hands are quicker than the eye

Swindon Advertiser: Hands are quicker than the eye

2:40pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

FOR more than a decade Michael Otton has left crowds dumbfounded, scratching their head for answers and disbelieving their own eyes.

Twenty Twelve actor Karl Theobald talks Olympics, Alan Bennett and ‘falling into’ acting

Swindon Advertiser: Theatre Royal Bath July 2015
Talking Heads by Alan Bennett  Directed by Sarah Esdaile
A Chip in the Sugar  Karl Theobald as Graham Whittaker
©NOBBY CLARK
+44(0)7941-515770
+44(0)20-7274-2105
nobby@nobbyclark.co.uk (31783613)

12:40pm Friday 24th July 2015

FAILING his way through the entire syllabus, Karl Theobald had exhausted nearly all possible subjects to plumb the depths of, when he mercifully discovered drama.

Ooh la la! Making French connections is magnifique

Swindon Advertiser: Ooh la la! Making French connections is magnifique

2:33pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

BEING the token Parisienne wherever I happen to find myself, I am, against my ill, forever held up as the representative of my people, the unfailing authority on all manner of things French.

Big hitters set for WOMAD festival

Swindon Advertiser:

2:00pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

A COLOURFUL conclave of new artists from around the world will lure 30,000 people to the Wiltshire countryside for the much-awaited 33rd WOMAD festival, which starts today.

Musical version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ‘fun and uplifting’

Swindon Advertiser: Michael Praed, Noel Sullivan and Carley Stenson

4:21pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

A faint flapping sound is audible, soon followed by full-blown clapping.

'My crippling back pain meant I couldn't even pick up my baby girl'

Swindon Advertiser: Mum says getting rid of back pain has changed my world

2:51pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

BEING diagnosed with scoliosis, an abnormal twisting and curvature of the spine, felt like a death sentence for 28-year-old Jessica Dawes. But the young woman was soon given a reason to fight back when she became pregnant with her daughter Lily.

Living the high life is just tree-mendous when you Go Ape!

Swindon Advertiser:

2:05pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

THERE is even more in store this summer at Go Ape with a brand new high-flying attraction.

Bill Bailey, a magical door and lobster rolls - just another glorious Larmer Tree Festival

Swindon Advertiser:

1:15pm Monday 20th July 2015

AS Larmer Tree virgins, and landing at the event on its 25th anniversary, we were on a mission to see and do it all on the closing day of what, by all accounts, was one of its best runs in recorded history.

A haunting classic for all

Swindon Advertiser: gabova (31615087)

4:01pm Friday 17th July 2015

THE Russian State Ballet and Opera House is poised to return to Swindon with Verdi’s La Traviata – a love story shrouded in sacrifice.

Secrets of Great British Bake Off - and strudel

Swindon Advertiser: Kate C (24542955)

2:45pm Friday 17th July 2015

“I’M not serving green carpet to Mary Berry.”

From royalty to movie stars, the Queen of Thai now cooks for Old Town palates

Swindon Advertiser: Food review of Old Town Thai in Wood street , Old Town.
Pic - Pakkamon Johnson ( head chef)
Date 17/6/15
Pic By Dave Cox (29298061)

2:06pm Friday 17th July 2015

HER green curry has passed the esteemed lips of the Duchess of Cambridge, in the days when she was just plain old Kate, the original James Bond, Hugh Grant and a host of pro golfers.

PUB CRAWL: The Crown Inn

Swindon Advertiser: Stuart Harrison 21/7/14The Crown pub at Broad Hinton, Food review.  (31117433)

2:04pm Friday 17th July 2015

The Crown Inn

Food for thought... Edouardo Tatangelo

Swindon Advertiser: Rustico opening for menu. Pictured owner Edoardo Tatangelo and chef Gennaro Stigliano..22/04/15 Thomas Kelsey. (24635046)

10:12am Friday 17th July 2015

Edoardo Tatangelo, 27, manager of Rustico

Resurrecting Jesus Christ Superstar

Swindon Advertiser:

8:58am Friday 17th July 2015

After ten years away Glenn Carter tells Marion Sauvebois why he is resurrecting the role of Jesus

World of ‘plastic tat’ is explored

Swindon Advertiser: World of ‘plastic tat’ is explored

3:04pm Thursday 16th July 2015

HOMEGROWN artist Samuel Lindup will showcase his latest work at Artsite until the end of July.

Star-studded musical line-up

Swindon Advertiser: Star-studded musical line-up

2:52pm Thursday 16th July 2015

AWARD-winning bands Clean Bandit and Temples will headline Truck Festival this weekend – and with a host of huge names joining the line-up they will be in good company.

You’d be a real muppet to miss it

Swindon Advertiser: Avenue Q cast and puppets pictured during there visit to the Wyvern Theatre L to  R Stephen Arden, Richard Lowe and Sarah Harlington. Picture Stuart Harrison 21/5/15.. (26824941)

2:45pm Thursday 16th July 2015

IRREVERANT, obscene but above all side-splittingly hysterical, Avenue Q's band of misfits will barge onto the Wyvern Theatre stage.

Take a bewildering trip to discovery with iconic play

Swindon Advertiser: The Curious Incident of the Night-TimeUK Tour (29921928)

2:40pm Thursday 16th July 2015

THE National Theatre’s multi award-winning production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has landed at the New Theatre Oxford.

We’re spreading the word

Swindon Advertiser: Sixth Sense's professional production of Splosh! (31782762)

1:12pm Thursday 16th July 2015

THE RETURN of a familiar face to Sixth Sense has ushered in a new era with big ideas, even bigger productions and a drive to reclaim the company's place at the heart of the Swindon community.

Why Barbara can’t stand being called a star

Swindon Advertiser: Why Barbara can’t stand being called a star

6:17pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

BARBARA Dickson had been dubbed the most successful Scottish female artist of all time, and yet the trappings of fame and celebrity are concepts completely alien to her.

A temptation too great

Swindon Advertiser: Pamela Raith (31124054)

6:14pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

TEN years ago Glenn Carter turned his back on God – professionally speaking.

Your chance to discover the real Native American Indian folklore

Swindon Advertiser: Sarita McGowan (30920067)

2:57pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

NATIVE Americans will offer visitors a unique glimpse into their tribes’ folklore and customs at Bath’s American Museum this month.

I was a shell when I got there, says mum seeking refuge

Swindon Advertiser:

11:00am Wednesday 15th July 2015

MARION SAUVEBOIS meets a woman who, after fleeing an abusive boyfriend, was able to stay at a refuge for victims of domestic violence

Young professional to open day nursery

Swindon Advertiser:

1:00pm Friday 10th July 2015

BUSINESS is a matter of the heart for Becky Shore – and her passion for childcare has certainly paid off.

Chilli Fiesta to be red hot at Wharf Green

Swindon Advertiser:

9:17am Friday 10th July 2015

Ahead of the Awesome Swindon Chilli Fiesta’s return to Wharf Green, MARION SAUVEBOIS discusses friendship and turning up the heat with founder Alexander Mustang

She Stoops to Conquer stands the test of time

Swindon Advertiser:

11:02am Wednesday 8th July 2015

FEW plays survive the ravages of time. Either forgotten or irrelevant, not fitting with the tastes of the future, many have simply disappeared into the ether.

My long and painful road to becoming a man

Swindon Advertiser:

9:39am Wednesday 8th July 2015

EIGHT years ago Julia became Jeremy, the man she always knew she was despite being born female. Last Christmas, the 48-year-old from Swindon began his transition to male with hormone therapy. As he awaits a date for the first of several taxing sex-reassignment operations, Jeremy reflects on his harrowing journey and the painful years ahead.

The Kings Head bids farewell to the foodie 'Holy Trinity'

Swindon Advertiser:

9:00am Friday 3rd July 2015

STRAYING from the Holy Trinity – starter, main, dessert – is regarded as a sacrilege by the church of foodie purists.

Mica Paris out to prove love conquers injustice

Swindon Advertiser: Mica Paris

9:04am Thursday 2nd July 2015

GRIPPED by a severe case of jitters, Mica Paris was faced with two options: snap out of it and return to the stage or walk away and live to regret it.

Avenue Q is not one for the kids

Swindon Advertiser:

8:59am Thursday 2nd July 2015

TILTING their heads seductively, Kate Monster and her puppeteer assume their best come-hither look.

FAMILY DAY OUT: Take a walk on the wild side

Swindon Advertiser: One of Wild Place's okapi

9:05am Wednesday 1st July 2015

NESTLED in the South Gloucestershire countryside, a humble conservation park is beginning to show up larger zoos across the region.

Luca is making great strides after life-changing operation

Swindon Advertiser:

9:01am Wednesday 1st July 2015

In March last year, Teresa and Alex Railton flew 4,000 miles to Florida determined to save their 11-year-old son Luca from certain amputation. A year on, after four lengthy and taxing operations, Luca has defied British surgeons’ bleak prognosis.

Week to celebrate indomitable independent shops

Swindon Advertiser:

4:41pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

MANY have perished, swallowed up by the onslaught of large chains taking over the High Streets.

Hanging tough in Pilates

Swindon Advertiser:

8:48am Monday 29th June 2015

GRABBING on to one of the straps dangling from the ceiling for dear life as I dropped to a squatting position, I wondered what I had gotten myself into.

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