TEACHERS at Oaksey Church of England Primary School are looking for a generous resident to host a student teacher from the University of Zurich next month.
The visitor from Switzerland will be in the village from June 3-25 and requires temporary accommodation.
THE annual meeting of St Paul Malmesbury Without takes place next Wednesday starting at 6.30pm at the Reading Room in Corston.
It provides an opportunity for parishioners to hear what the council has been doing over the past 12 months.
RESIDENTS in Ashton Keynes will go to the polls next Thursday to decide whether to endorse the village’s Neighbourhood Plan.
The referendum represents the final stage of the plan, which has been given the go ahead by Wiltshire Council and an independent examiner, and is the culmination of four years of work by the parish council.
CAN you imagine working 40ft above the ground, high up in the trees above the stunning landscape of an arboretum? Well, that's what the tree climbers at Westonbirt Arboretum do on a daily basis and last week they showed their niche skillsets off to thousands of people at the Arb Show.
RESIDENTS in Sherston are being reminded about the dangers of tampering with the village’s lifesaving defibrillator after a parish councillor discovered it had been interfered with.
Philip Cutcher noticed something was amiss with the device when he checked it last week.
MALMESBURY Link Transport is looking to recruit more volunteer drivers and a coordinator.
The group operates Monday to Friday between 9am-1pm and helps people affected by transport difficulties by providing a volunteer driving service.
UKIP have withdrawn support for their North Wiltshire parliamentary candidate in next month's general election over allegations he sent offensive tweets about Jews and Africans.
Paddy Singh has been suspended by the party after the Hope Not Hate organisation discovered the comments that were made in 2014 and 2015.
CRICKLADE Bloomers has been selected by Tesco as one of its Bags of Help recipients and the group is urging shoppers in the town to back their cause.
Bags of Help is Tesco’s flagship community grant scheme and supports thousands of local good causes throughout the country.
PRINCES William and Harry have honoured a boy from Wiltshire who campaigns for the rights of disabled people to be taught equally.
Jonathan Bryan, who has severe cerebral palsy, received the inaugural Diana Legacy award at a ceremony at St James’s Palace yesterday.
UKIP have been forced to withdraw their support for a General Election candidate after he made comments about Jews and Africans on his Twitter account.
The political party were pressured into withdrawing their support for Captain Paddy Singh, who is standing for the North Wiltshire seat, by the Hope Not Hate organisation after it was discovered he had made comments about Africans, Jews and Muslims on his Twitter account.