RESIDENTS wanting to make use of the council’s garden waste service will have to fork out 25 per cent more next year.
SUNDAY sees the annual derby between the Wiltshire ladies and the men’s sides at North Wilts Bowls Club (2pm).
PRESSURE from residents and councillors has led the council to think again over plans to turn street lights off between midnight and 5am.
A STICKER designed by a Drove Primary School pupil will be used in a campaign to promote litter-picking.
APPEARANCES can be deceptive, but handwriting never lies, explains graphologist Adam Brand.
MPs voted by 498 votes to 114, a majority of 384, to give the E uropean Union (Notification Of Withdrawal) Bill a second reading.
THE superb run in the Wessex League being enjoyed by North Wilts men this season continued as they recorded their fourth win in five matches on Sunday morning, writes DAVE EATON.
NORTH Wilts ladies march on in two of the main women’s team championship events, the Yetton Trophy and Vivienne Trophy, following more success last weekend.
CLARRIE Dunbar have won the central region of the Wessex League and booked their place in the end-of-season play-offs, with one match still to go this weekend - a derby against Melksham's Christie Miller, writes DAVE EATON.