Snow causes chaos on the roads of Swindon and Wiltshire

Indecent exposure in Wiltshire snow helps good causes

Swindon Advertiser: Marie Hughes and Jamie Madden strip off at a building site at Royal Wootton Bassett

9:40am Thursday 24th January 2013

TEMPERATURES might have been below freezing this week, but that has not stopped people baring all for charity.

Snow causes chaotic scenes outside Swindon's GWH

Swindon Advertiser: NHS is good, but appointments aren’t

8:00am Thursday 24th January 2013

THERE were the chaotic scenes outside the Great Western Hospital yesterday afternoon.

Live Swindon hit by more snow overnight

Swindon Advertiser: Swindon in the snow

8:06am Wednesday 23rd January 2013

Swindon has been hit by more snow overnight. Keep up with the latest here.

Animals at wildlife park near Swindon revel in the snow

Swindon Advertiser: Well adapted Cotswold Wildlife Park keeper Chris Green with Humbolt penguins.

9:18am Wednesday 23rd January 2013

AS people got to grips with the snow sweeping across the town, the animal kingdom has also been adjusting to the colder weather.

No more snow for Swindon after today

Swindon Advertiser: Motorists struggle along Great Western Way in the snow last Friday

9:10am Wednesday 23rd January 2013

THERE is no more snow forecast for the rest of the week as Swindon gets back to normal after the wintry weather.

Snow need to risk taking car

Swindon Advertiser: Witness appeal after man assaulted in Wood Street

4:30pm Tuesday 22nd January 2013

ROYAL Wootton Bassett and Cricklade Neighbourhood Policing Team is urging people to be careful after a young driver lost control near Royal Wootton Bassett.

Warning to not walk on frozen water

Swindon Advertiser: Firefighters have issued a warning about the dangers of walking on frozen water after a 70-year-old man fell through the ice covering a private lake near Wantage.

2:40pm Tuesday 22nd January 2013

WITH the icy conditions continuing from the weekend, Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is reminding people not to venture onto frozen water.

Snow rest for the gritters

Swindon Advertiser: A gritting lorry out on the roads yesterday

10:40am Tuesday 22nd January 2013

AS HUNDREDS of people enjoyed a weekend of sledging and snowball fights, authorities across Swindon are reflecting on a busy period.

Families make most of a winter wonderland as snow hits Swindon

Swindon Advertiser: Families make most of a winter wonderland as snow hits Swindon

12:20pm Monday 21st January 2013

IT WAS not all woe in the snow this weekend as families dashed out to the town’s parks to make the most of the white stuff.

Paolo helps Town fans clear the pitch

Swindon Advertiser: Paolo with Town fan Tim Thurston last night

12:22pm Saturday 19th January 2013

TOWN manager Paolo Di Canio pitched in to help Robins' fans clear snow from the County Ground last night - meaning today's game can go ahead.

SNOW: Roads come to a standstill in Swindon

Swindon Advertiser: SNOW: Roads come to a standstill in Swindon

8:00am Saturday 19th January 2013

HEAVY snow wreaked havoc across the town yesterday causing gridlock on the roads, car accidents and train and bus cancellations.

Swindon and Wiltshire hit by snow chaos

Swindon Advertiser: Drivers were warned to take care this morning: many roads had been gritted but heavy snowfall is making conditions dangerous

7:07am Friday 18th January 2013

DISRUPTION continues on the roads this weekend following heavy snowfall on Friday.

Stranded bride weds milkman at Register Office

Swindon Advertiser: Richard Smith and Carly Taylor

3:04pm Friday 18th January 2013

WHEN Carly Taylor and Richard Smith arranged to leave their wedding on a milkfloat, they never imagined it was the transport on the way to the ceremony they should have been worried about.

Snow go as Swindon freezes

Swindon Advertiser: Snow go as Swindon freezes

6:00pm Friday 18th January 2013

WHILE the town went into shutdown due to the snow, there was only one thing to do for those who could not get to school or work.

Think before you dial 999, says Wiltshire ambulance service as it faces demands of snowy weather

8:19pm Thursday 17th January 2013

With snow and icy weather forecast for the region over the next few days, Great Western Ambulance Service (GWAS) says please only dial 999 in an absolute emergency, as the service faces more demands with the challenging weather.

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