THE future vision for how the next phase of Marlborough Park could look was unveiled by developers yesterday (Monday).
A fleet of Battle of Britain aircraft - the most in one place since World War Two - take part in a flypast to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the aerial struggle.
BREAST Cancer Now leader Lynn Parfrey took on the Great North Run this weekend in her first ever run as part of her ongoing commitment to the dying words of friend Shirley Garman (corr).
WITH Swindon Half Marathon just around the corner, I’m meeting lots of runners nearing the end of their training schedules.
PUPILS at Ruskin Junior School swapped their usual purple uniforms for 1940s fashion as they were transported back to the Second World War era to mark Battle of Britain Day.
PEBBLES Hypnotherapy owner Helen Breward is enjoying the flush of success after being featured in the October issue of a national magazine.
THERE was once a tale of a Swindon murder that never happened and a ghost who never lived, let alone died.
IT all began with a cinched little black dress – in all but name - slipped on at the 11th hour four years ago.
PLANS to regenerate the town centre face their latest hurdle later this month when a planning inspector decides on council proposals to purchase plots of land.
SWINDON North MP Justin Tomlinson has welcomed an announcement from the country’s top football clubs that they will improve disabled access at their grounds.
Prince Richard proudly unveils train dedicated to memory of Harold Starr as part of Battle of Britain Day
THE legacy of Harold Starr will live on with his name becoming a frequent sight along the Great Western mainline as he notches up speeds of 100mph.
A MOTHER is preparing to donate her kidney to a complete stranger, in order to save her brother’s life.
IN 1960 the so-called Lady Chatterley trial allowed the publication of DH Lawrence’s explicit 1928 novel of forbidden love between a gentlewoman and her gardener.
DETECTIVES investigating the suspected murder of Sally Ann John have been taking a number of fresh calls, 20 years after her disappearance.
Police are appealing for information after a 22-year-old woman was pushed down the stairs at the Baker Street nightclub in Wood Street.
IT is with the odd euphemism, 'tickle tackle', pronounced by overbearing patriarch George “Ghengis” Khan, that sets the tone for East is East with both humour and distaste.
GOOD value office space and better transport links could help develop the Thames Valley area into a hub of enterprise, research from Network Rail has found.
THE LATEST addition to Old Town’s nightlife officially opened yesterday after a weekend buzzing with launch nights.
MILLBROOK Primary School strives to reach every child’s potential by nurturing learning as a life-long process and challenging youngsters in an open and creative environment.
IT WORKED for Goldilocks, and on Sunday I’ll find out whether it has worked for me too.