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THOUSANDS of primary school children from more than 100 schools across Wiltshire have been creating special crosses to remember First World War soldiers from their own communities for an event in Tidworth later this month.
11:00am Sunday 20th July 2014
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11:00am Thursday 3rd July 2014
MORE than 1,000 people passed through the doors of the Encounters pop-up shop experience in Andover High Street to share their thoughts, ideas, memories and experiences of Andover. Some of the material from the shop will be displayed in Andover over the next few months so that more people can enjoy the outcomes.
11:00am Wednesday 2nd July 2014
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10:00am Thursday 2nd May 2013
ELECTORS in Ludgershall could be forgiven for being confused today because the town’s polling station at the Memorial Hall is open for business even though there is no town or county elections taking place this year because of a lack of candidates.
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8:04am Friday 9th December 2011
YOUNGSTERS who have been blacking out large areas of Tidworth for short periods in recent days by interfering with high power electricity cables in the Perham Down area have been warned they risk being electrocuted and burned alive.
7:00am Friday 2nd December 2011
10:00am Friday 25th November 2011
7:00am Friday 18th November 2011
TWO of Andover’s longest established hobby groups are up in arms about being kicked out of the meeting place they have both used for more than 50 years following an administrative shake-up by Test Valley Borough Council.
7:00am Friday 11th November 2011
AN AWARD-winning Andover youth project run by volunteers has had to close its doors indefinitely after material falling from its roof led to concerns for the safety of the young people who used the building.
7:00am Friday 4th November 2011
WORRIED traders in Andover’s Weyhill Road have been told that the busy highway will close for almost four months while a new railway bridge is built to provide container trains with an alternative route from the port of Southampton.
7:00am Friday 28th October 2011
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6:50am Friday 23rd September 2011
10:01am Friday 16th September 2011
PLANS unveiled by the Boundary Commission this week could mean that local MP Sir George Young will need to get a few extra gears on his bike and lengthen his stride if he wants to cover the much enlarged North West Hampshire Constituency.
8:30am Friday 9th September 2011
A CHIEF executive who was appointed to head the new Wiltshire Council only 18 months ago is facing redundancy from his £186,000 a year post. A new round of cost cutting, aimed at saving £500,000, will be discussed by the council’s Cabinet later this month and, if agreed, the post of chief executive and that of a corporate director will be deleted.
9:30am Friday 2nd September 2011
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8:14am Friday 26th August 2011
1:10pm Friday 19th August 2011
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4:50pm Friday 15th July 2011
7:00am Friday 15th July 2011
AN ANDOVER teenager whose life was turned upside down last year by two debilitating and life threatening strokes has had vital funding axed forcing him to withdraw from a specialist rehabilitation centre in Surrey earlier than expected.
7:00am Friday 10th June 2011
ANGRY residents who packed Ludgershall’s Memorial Hall to over-flowing on Monday evening left developers and council officials in no doubt that they would not allow a new waste disposal site next to the area’s showpiece £32 million Wellington Academy.
11:10am Friday 27th May 2011
PLANS that could see a waste transfer station nestling between a showpiece £32m education academy, a large housing development and a growing business park were defended at a meeting of Tidworth Area Board.
10:40am Friday 20th May 2011
PUTTING together one of the country’s biggest buildings on time and in a way that met tough environmental and financial constraints was a major achievement for McLaren, the developers of Andover’s megashed – but new tenants, the Co-operative Group, say that was the easy bit.
9:47am Friday 13th May 2011
11:26am Friday 15th April 2011