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Rare bat found near Bradford on Avon caves

ONE of the rarest mammals in Britain has been found in Bradford on Avon. Previously, the Alcathoe bat has only been sighted in North Yorkshire and a small area of Sussex and Surrey despite being first found in Britain in 2010. The discovery, made outside ...

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Sponsor is blown away by concert performers

ONE of the sponsors of the Duke Ellington Sacred Concert in Bradford on Avon has been so impressed by the event he is willing to be involved again next time. Steve Vick, managing director of Steve Vick International, sponsored the concert on Sunday alongs...

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Agency wants to convert old Lloyds Bank

A LOCAL advertising agency is planning to move into the former Lloyds Bank building in Bradford on Avon.   Team Eleven, which is based at the Glove Factory Studios in Holt, wants to move into the former bank in Church Street. The company has applied ...

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Shop tops the poll for returning empty bottles

CUSTOMERS at a small supermarket in Bradford on Avon are beating some of London’s top stores when it comes to returning empty milk bottles. Christine’s Sustainable Supermarket son Silver Street ells more than 65 bottles of milk to customers from the t...

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Local MP supports WHY charity fundraiser

CHIPPENHAM MP Michelle Donelan has supported a coffee morning at the Seven Stars public house in Winsley to raise funds for a local charity. Kate Hooper, owner of the Seven Stars and her friends Clare and Ed Cobb, hosted a coffee and cake morning for We H...

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Jewellery stolen in Bradford Leigh burglary

WILTSHIRE Police are investigating a burglary at a house in Bradford-on-Avon during which several items of jewellery were stolen. Between the morning of Friday, March 2 and the evening of Saturday, March 3, a window at a house in Bradford Leigh was smashe...

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Plaque honours the fallen

VILLAGERS at Winsley have unveiled a plaque to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War and to honour the men who never came home. Ed Gilby, chair of Winsley Parish Council, Armistice Centenary co-ordinator Phillip Bush, and Jane Hudson, w...

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Jazz dinner goes down a treat

THE second jazz and dinner evening took place at Cumberwell Park Golf Club on March 2. The evening featured Graham Trevarton who brought his All Star Band from as far away as Newlyn to play. With two successful jazz evenings it is possible that another wi...

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Panto fun is back again on village stage

AFTER 2017’s sellout performance of Cinderella and Rockerfella, which was created by a group of school parents raising money for to help build a much-needed classroom, panto is back in Winsley. he group of volunteers are back, after re-forming Winsley...

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Science was order of the day at fair

HUNDREDS of children, together with their families and carers, attended the 8th My Science Fair at the Wiltshire Music Centre on Sunday March 3. They were able to take part in a wide range of activities, including interactive science experiments and works...

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Notice of Vacancy in Office of Councillor

Bradford on Avon (Bradford on Avon South Ward) PARISH OF BRADFORD ON AVON (BRADFORD ON AVON SOUTH WARD) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the resignation of  Steve Plummer, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council. If by 2...

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New chair for BoA Business

THE new chairwoman of the Bradford on Avon Business network is Lucy Millar, a residential and commercial utility consultant. She was the “popular choice” of the business group’s 500-plus members. Mrs Millar beat the other candidate, Steve Plummer, a...

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Freddie’s dash for pancake glory

FREDDIE Mercury look-alike Libby Miles made a dash for glory in the Bradford on Avon Pancake Day Race but turned out to be no champion this year. The 31st annual race across the historic market town’s ancient bridge was won by Gary MacAlister, of Steve ...

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Puppy School

I run a 6 week courses for puppies at Winsley Village Hall on Tuesday evenings from 5pm to 7pm. If you are interested in bringing your puppy along, please contact me, Nicky King 01373 825502

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Extra £15,000 to be spent on care

TOWN councillors in Bradford on Avon have agreed a plan to spend an extra £15,000 on Health and Wellbeing services in the town. They have allocated £15,000 towards preventative services, bringing the total they have pledged to spend in this area to more...

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Town Council to support local Health & Well-being services

Town Councillors have confirmed a decision made in setting the new year’s budget to provide significant additional funding for Health and Well-being services in the town. £15,000 will go towards preventative services, bringing the total committed spend...

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Link scheme needs more volunteers

Bradford on Avon and District Link THE charity needs more volunteer co-ordinators and drivers to help people in the town and surrounding villages who have difficulty with transport get to hospital and other, mainly medical, appointments. Drivers use their...

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Residents reminisce with musical equipment

WILTSHIRE Heights has welcomed MindHarp into the lives of the residents and staff of the Bradford on Avon care home. Libby Miles, Client Services Manager for Wiltshire Heights, has introduced the new equipment following a chance meeting at the annual BRAC...

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New homes bring local benefits

A NEW development of 58 homes, which will also bring allotments, a community orchard and children’s play facilities to Bradford on Avon, has been opened to the public. Bristol-based Bellway Homes is building a development of three, four and five-bedroom...

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Fair combines music, movement and science

FOR the eighth year running, the Wiltshire Music Centre in Bradford on Avon will host the free family event My Science Fair. The annual fair, which attracted more than 400 visitors last year, is taking place on Sunday, March 3 from 10am-3pm. Entrance is f...

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Rising soccer star plays for England

A RISING Trowbridge soccer star has gained her first international cap playing for the England U15s girls’ team in Switzerland. Talliah Keenan, 14, played left back for the team which lost 0-2 on Friday (Feb 15) against a Swiss U16s girls team at the Li...

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Bradford On Avon Pre-Season Nets

Bradford on Acon Cricket Clubs Pre-Season Nets are starting soon at Warminster Cricket Club! See Below : Adult/Under 15’s Net Sessions Monday 11th March 8pm-10pm Monday 18th March 8pm-10pm Monday 25th March 8pm-10pm Monday 1st April times tbc Monday...

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Bradford on Avon Cricket Club Pre-Season Nets

Bradford on Avon Cricket Club Pre-Season Training. BOA CC nets are beginning on the following dates for Senior & Under 15’s : Monday 11th March 8pm-10pm Monday 18th March 8pm-10pm Monday 25th March 8pm-10pm All abilities welcome whether your jus...

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Charity launches new skincare and wellbeing brand

PROCEEDS from a new lifestyle brand of skincare and wellbeing products will help to support the Dorothy House Hospice Care charity in Winsley. The hospice has just launched Ubiety, its first collection of luxurious, natural and ethical skincare and wellbe...

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Much-loved rhymes may be utterly revolting

TICKETS are selling fast for The Bradfordians’ next production of two of Roald Dahl’s most revolting rhymes. The Bradfordians Dramatic Society in Bradford on Avon are performing Cinderella and Jack and The Beanstalk on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and S...

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Rower’s Atlantic challenge

A BRADFORD on Avon lettings agent has described a 3,000-mile rowing trip across the Atlantic Ocean as the toughest challenge of her life so far. Alison Wannell was the only female member of the four-strong crew of Heads Together and Row which took part in...

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Sun shines on the snowdrops

AROUND 250 people visited Great Chalfield Manor on Sunday (February 10) to raise funds for the Dorothy House Hospice. Local garden lovers attended the 11th annual Snowdrop Open Garden event in the winter sunshine. A popular National Trust property, Great ...

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Fire recruits urged to come and have a go

CREWS at Bradford on Avon fire station are urging local people to ‘come and have a go’ at becoming on-call firefighters. Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is looking for new recruits to provide fire cover for the town and its surrounding ...

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Scientist given Australia medal

AN Australian academic who spends part of each year in Wiltshire has been honoured by his country for his contribution to science, which includes research into the best way to dunk a biscuit. Dr Len Fisher received the Order of Australia, Down Under’s e...

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It’s a Kind of Magic: Queen legend’s forest

QUEEN guitarist Dr Brian May is behind the creation of a new forest of more than 100,000 trees near Bradford on Avon. Contractors working for Tilhill Forestry are planting a mixture of native British trees close to the ancient woodland at Inwoods, which r...

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Co-operative stores hunt for new charities to help

CHARITY-MINDED staff at the Southern Co-op stores on Bradford on Avon’s Winsley Road and Corsham’s Macey Drive are looking for new groups to help in 2019/2020, after another successful year’s fundraising. In 2018 both stores supported Dorothy Ho...

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Rower completes her TransAtlantic challenge

A BRADFORD on Avon woman and her three male team-mates have completed a 3,000-mile Atlantic Ocean row in aid of mental health charities. Alison Wannell, 40, a lettings agent from Church Street, Bradford on Avon, was also part of a research project at the ...

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MasterChef winners booked for festival

TWO BBC MasterChef champions are to cook up a storm at a new food festival taking place in Bradford on Avon this summer. Winner in 2016 Jane Devonshire and locally-based Ping Coombes, who won in 2014, will be demonstrating their culinary skills at the Bra...

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Safety concerns come top in poll

THE top three traffic concerns in Bradford on Avon are pedestrian safety, air pollution and heavy goods vehiclse passing through the town. That’s the conclusion of a traffic and transport consultation exercise conducted by the town council. The feedback...

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Trustees call for help to improve

MEMBERS and users of the Mount Pleasant Centre and Social Club in Bradford on Avon are to be asked what improvements they would like to see. Trustees are planning to ask people for their views in a bid to attract a younger membership and inject fresh thin...

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World cuisine on menu for annual Scout cooking contest

THE Annual Wiltshire West Scout Cooking Competition was held at Southwick, organised by the Assistant District Scout Commissioner Brian Fitchett assisted by members of the District Team, with guest judges Beryl Strange and Doreen Rogers. Six teams took pa...

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Wassaillers keep ancient tradition alive

MUSICIANS, Morris Men and Mummers came together in the snow at Bradford on Avon’s historic Tithe Barn. As dusk fell on Saturday the groups were joined by over 150 visitors who took part in the ancient custom of wassailing, visiting Hen’s Orchard, reci...

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Thieves’ huge haul of tools

A TROWBRIDGE builder has been hit by yet another raid by tool thieves. The raiders targeted a metal container on a site in Bradford on Avon and stole more than £3,000 worth of tools. Paul Pinney, 54, of Paul Pinney’s Building Services in Trowbridge, sa...

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Solar panels powering town hall computers

A BANK of 72 solar panels installed on its roof are now producing enough electricity to power a town council’s computers. The panels in Bradford on Avon have already contributed to the National Grid after being installed by local firm Solarsense. Counci...

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Residents want ‘eyesore’ rubbish removed

ELDERLY residents of Bradford on Avon have voiced concerns about a mound of rubbish left outside a listed property. The house at 5 St Margaret’s Street has been gutted to be be turned into a surgery for a local dental practice. Rubbish from the renovati...

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Thanks for civic support

MEMBERS of the Kennet & Avon Canal boating community have thanked a civic leader for standing up for their way of life. Organisers of the newly-launched Floaty Boat Fund thanked Bradford on Avon Council leader Cllr Dominic Newton for his public suppor...

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Plastic pollution film draws a large audience

MORE than 100 people packed a Bradford on Avon hall on Tuesday to see a film about the impact of plastic waste polluting the planet’s oceans.   The screening of A Plastic Ocean at St Margaret’s Hall was organised by Plastic-Free Bradford on Avon....

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Rotary club honours long-time helper

Bradford on Avon Rotary Club president Andrew Huxham was pleased to present Rotary’s highest award, a Paul Harris Fellowship” to Marian James. Marian’s award was in recognition of the support she has given to the Club over many years thr...

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Thousands of pounds worth of tools stolen

TOOLS worth £3,000 were stolen in a burglary in Bradford on Avon. Police are appealing for information after the burglary which happened this morning (Friday January 25) at a house in Trowbridge Road. The offender is believed to have used an angle grinde...

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Villagers urged to have say in traffic survey

MORE than 60 people living in Winsley have so far responded to a road safety survey, which closes tomorrow (SaturdayJanuary 26). Winsley Parish Council decided in December to conduct the survey following concerns about speeding and highway safety. The cou...

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Warning follows ‘stranger’ scare

A 10-YEAR-OLD boy and two 12-year-old girls have been frightened after they were followed by strangers in Bradford on Avon in the last week. Local police are urging parents to talk to their children about the dangers of speaking to strangers following the...

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Sculptor’s work to be featured on television

A SCULPTOR in Bradford on Avon is among 52 artists who have been chosen to create new on-screen idents for ITV. Patricia Volk, 67, was selected from literally hundreds to create the new idents, which are shown between ITV programmes. Mrs Volk, of Coppice ...

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Hotel’s bumper funds for children’s hospice

GUESTS and parents who use the Woolley Grange Hotel at Bradford on Avon have helped to raise a further £4,443.88 for Julia’s House Hospice. General manager Clare Hammond presented a bumper cheque to Julia’s House Children’s Hospice community fundra...

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Focus on Parkinson’s Event a huge success

Last Friday, the Mayor Cllr Alex Kay popped into see the organisers of the Focus on Parkinson’s event which was held at St Margaret’s Hall, Bradford on Avon. The event attracted over 100 people, all interested to find out more about what’s new in Pa...

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Tributes paid to painter and decorator

TRIBUTES have been paid to a painter and decorator whose body was pulled from the water at the Bradford on Avon Marina on Sunday afternoon. Residents on the marina said he was “lovely man” and a “really nice bloke” who worked locally as a painter ...

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Firefighters find body at Bradford Marina

Trowbridge firefighters have reported that they found a body after being called to Bradford Marina this evening.   On Twitter the Trowbridge station reported: “We were sent to reports of a person in the water at Bradford Marina which we attende...

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Children hail Invictus hero medallist

CHILDREN and staff at a Bradford on Avon nursery school have hailed an Invictus Games hero at a special party in her honour. They presented flowers and gifts to former Army veteran Kelly Ganfield, whose three-year-old daughter Bethany goes to the Catkins ...

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Local author publishes book on Robin Hood

A LOCAL historian has published his fourth book to coincide with the release of the new Hollywood blockbuster film about Robin Hood.   Dr Sean McGlynn says the legend of the Nottingham outlaw who reportedly robbed the rich to give to the poor has Wil...

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Rain fails to deter visitors to market

RAIN failed to dampen the spirits of canal boaters and visitors who attended the Bradford on Avon Winter Floating Market over the weekend. Despite the rain and muddy conditions, the towpath traders all reported good business with some selling out of their...

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High Sheriff of Wiltshire wowed by BoA’s Christmas Trees

Earlier today, Mayor Cllr Alex Kay, welcomed High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Nicky Alberry to Bradford on Avon, and what better place to take her than to the always beautiful Holy Trinity Church, which this week looks even more glorious with its Christmas Tre...

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French deal will open up a huge new market

A BRADFORD on Avon publisher has just signed a deal to distribute French versions of their award-winning journals and books across France. from you to me is the creator of emotive gift books and journals to celebrate special occasions, capture priceless m...

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Lorry Watch Strikes Again!

A huge thanks to the again to the town’s Lorry Watch Volunteers! On 27th November 2018, the following convictions were upheld:  A driver was convicted of infringing the Bradford-on-Avon Town Bridge weight limit.  He was fined £293.00, ordered to pay...

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Making a ten year splash

QUALIFIED trainers at three swimming pools in Wiltshire used by a Bristol-based business to teach tiny tots to swim were part of celebrations to mark ten years for Puddleducks Bristol and Bath. Sarah Austin set up the company when she wanted to teach her ...

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Hundreds watch Gail switch on festive lights

A CROWD of 500 people watched as Bradford on Avon’s first Shining Light community award winner Gail Keverne and her grand-daughter Kaya switched on the town’s Christmas lights display. The countdown just before 6.30pm in Westbury Gardens marked the st...

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Websites to showcase town

A HOLT-based web design company has won a £14,000 contract to produce two new websites to boost Bradford on Avon Town’s Council’s presence worldwide. Boson Web, based at the Glove Factory, is working with the council to showcase Bradford on Avon as a...

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Winner to switch on town lights

HUNDREDS of residents in Bradford on Avon will gather on Friday evening (Nov 30) to watch the town switch on its annual Christmas lights display. Newly-named Shining Light award winner, Gail Keverne, of the Catkins Pre-school Nursery, will switch on the l...

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Traditional Christmas on the canal-side

MULLED wine, hot chestnuts, and Christmas carols will be on offer at this year’s Winter Floating Market in Bradford-on-Avon. This year, the market is being organised by Laura Darling, owner of The Wolf Kitchen boat café. It will take place on the Kenne...

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The time to Explore BoA is approaching!

If you have had your ear to the social media ground, you may have caught a glimpse of a new logo about town, and wondered what was in the pipeline. Since joining the Town Council team, Steph Shearing, the Tourism & Events Officer, and Lydia Booth, Com...

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Silverware stolen from home during burglary

Police are appealing for information after a number of items of silverware were stolen during a burglary at a house near Bradford on Avon. The house in Turleigh was broken into some time between Friday November 16 and Wednesday November 21. Police officer...

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Are you ready for the big BoA Christmas Switch-On?

The beautiful Bradford on Avon lights will soon illuminate the town for the Christmas season, with the Switch On event this Friday 30th November – the main event will be in Westbury Garden though the festivities will take place across the town. The lig...

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Nursery school boss is town’s Shining Light

THE founder of a Bradford on Avon pre-school day nursery has been named as the town’s Shining Light.   Gail Keverne won a hamper-full of Christmas goodies and will get to switch-on the Bradford on Avon Christmas lights display at 6.30pm on Friday, ...

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Bradford firm’s fun quiz boosts nature centre

A CHARITY quiz night at The Boathouse in Bradford on Avon raised over £1,000 for Hope Nature Centre.   The event was organised by Energy Management LLP in Bradford on Avon and sold out, with 80 guests. The evening had an auction and raffle as well a...

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Meet BOA’s Shining Light of 2018

You may have heard about our recent request for residents to nominate someone from Bradford on Avon who has made a real difference to people’s lives and/or the community during 2018.  The aim was that we as a town could say ‘thank you’ to that some...

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Update: Sunday Parking charges suspended

Following on from last week’s news from Wiltshire Council that charges would be put in place on Sundays and Bank Holidays across the county, including Bradford on Avon’s car parks, an article has now been released on their website, stating that they h...

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Victorian tale makes it to print

A BRADFORD on Avon woman’s determination to publish a book written by a long-dead relative has finally succeeded.   Dee Way, 72, spent four years trying to track down first edition copies of the book written by her great-great aunt Isabel Homewood....

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Hundreds of people marked the Armistice 100 years on

PEOPLE from around the county have been marking the centenary of the Armistice of the First World War in many different and meaningful ways. A woman from Bradford on Avon had the honour of being selected to walk in the Nation’s Thank You procession in L...

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Notice from Wiltshire Council: revised parking charges

Recently, the Town Council was notified of proposed changes to parking charges meaning free parking would no longer be available on Sundays. Town Councillors lobbied against the introduction of new charging regime, though were unable to stop it. However,...

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Doves represent those who died

STRINGS of 184 hand-crafted paper doves across one of Bradford on Avon’s historic shopping streets are a dramatic symbol of peace.   The Flight of the Fallen commemorates each of the men from Bradford on Avon who failed to come home from the First ...

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Six-foot tall rabbit sure to be star of the show

THE award-winning Bradfordians return to the stage with a six-foot high rabbit called Harvey for their next production, which opens on Thursday. The Bradfordians’ Dramatic Society are performing the hilarious comedy Harvey by the American playwright Mar...

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Plans to bring hall back to use

A CIVIC tea at the former home of Dr Alex Moulton in Bradford on Avon launched the town’s Countdown to Peace programme. The Grade II listed Jacobean hunting lodge, built in 1610 by wealthy clothier John Hall the Second is now run by the Alex Moulton Cha...

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High-tech firm wins top award

AIM is one of the most important platforms to help smaller and growing companies raise the capital they need for expansion. AB Dynamics is a supplier of innovative, high-quality test equipment to 25 of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers. The comp...

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Children get a taste of life on Western Front

CHILDREN from Holt Primary School experienced a taste of life on the Western Front when they visited a replica First World War trench system in Bradford on Avon.   The trench, complete with a full-scale replica First World War tank and a hospital sec...

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Mayor’s Tea Party at The Hall launches WW1 commemoration

The Mayor’s Tea Party was held on 1st of November in the historic and iconic venue, The Hall. This marked the launch for the Town Council’s series of events commemorating the centenary of end of WW1 in 1918; Countdown to Peace It provided many of th...

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Artist fails to qualify

AMATEUR artist Andrea Cryer from Bradford on Avon has failed in her bid to reach the semi-final of this year’s Landscape Artist of the Year competition. This is Wiltshire

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Firm plans second factory

AB Dynamics at Bradford on Avon has submitted a planning application to Wiltshire Council for a second purpose-built manufacturing centre. This is Wiltshire

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Youngster clinches award

A YOUNG actor from Bradford on Avon has won a top award for his portrayal of wartime evacuee William Beech in a production of Michelle Magorian’s wonderfully uplifting wartime tale, Goodnight Mr Tom. This is Wiltshire

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‘Eyes of the world’ will be on Stonehenge

TIME Team expert and Wiltshire archaeologist Phil Harding says the “eyes of the world” will be watching if the Government decides to go ahead with controversial plans for a 1.9-mile tunnel past the world-famous Stonehenge monument. This is Wiltshire

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Shopkeeper is ‘gutted’ by theft

THE owner of the Village Shop and Post Office in Westwood says he is “absolutely gutted” after being the victim of a £2,100 distraction theft. This is Wiltshire

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