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People’s views sought on plans to reopen library services safely

WILTSHIRE Council is seeking the views of residents and library users to help with its planning for reopening library services safely in the county during the Covid-19 pandemic. The library…

£7million hotel and restaurant next to Leekes gets the axe

PLANS for a Premier Inn hotel and a Beefeater restaurant in the car park of Leekes of Melksham have been scrapped. The £7million project for a 71-bed hotel and 246-cover restaurant,…

Overview of the local employment market

THE global pandemic has affected many aspects of people’s lives including work sectors being closed for months, loss of jobs and redundancies and the issue of people being able to…

Air ambulance still waiting for Salisbury poisonings compensation

As the nation was gripped last week by the BBC’s dramatic recreation of the nerve agent poisonings of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury in 2018, Wiltshire Air Ambulance say…

Care company responds to criticism about the future of ‘care in the home’

CARE providers, Cera Care, has responded to concerns about the future of personal care in the home for local elderly people following criticism by a local campaigner. The care company…

Local family-based mortgage brokers win national award

Buying your first home, looking to move, trying to source the most competitive re-mortgage rate, investing in a buy to let purchase and looking to release equity from your home…

Coronavirus travel update from local operator

LOCAL travel company, Holidays & Cruises, says it’s ‘business as normal’ -despite the outbreak of coronavirus but  that it is taking precautions and will keep customers informed of any changes…

New gallery at Andy York Photography

FINE art by local photographer Andy York is now on display at a new gallery at his shop, Andy York Photography. The photography, which is available for purchase, is described by…

High Street staple celebrates 30th year

FAMILY-run business, The Cobbler’s Bench, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month. The Cobbler’s Bench first opened its doors in the Littlebrook Centre in 1990 once Nic Clyde took ownership…

Care home celebrates Good CQC rating

The team at Blenheim House care home in Melksham are celebrating after being awarded a Good rating following a recent CQC inspection. Blenheim House staff, residents and their families and…

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