Meet the high fliers of the Moredon Netball Club
The funeral of Sir George Martin, the Beatles producer who died last week at the age of 90, has taken place in Coleshill, where Sir George lived, his manager confirms.
ZURICH IT employee Richard Cox is preparing to complete a 50 mile Ultra Marathon from Worthing to Eastbourne in Sussex in memory of his mum next month.
A WEDDING business that started in the spare room of the founder's house has successfully moved into the Manor House Enterprise Centre in Royal Wootton Bassett.
A YOUNG mother whose baby was born weighing under two pounds hopes her life changing experience of living with kidney disease can raise awareness of the need for organ donors.
A CHAOTICALLY condensed version of one of the Bard's great works opens at Swindon Arts next week. Prime Theatre (previously Sixth Sense Theatre) presents the world premiere of The Macbeth Curse, the hilarious new play by Horrible Histories creator and acclaimed author of over 250 books, Terry Deary.
Injured Jockeys Fund president Sir Anthony 'AP' McCoy tells BBC Points West why he works with the charity ahead of the Cheltenham Festival.
Plans for a 13-storey building on a hill top in Swindon are shelved after more than 2,000 people sign a petition against it.
PASTORAL, personal, prayer and presence are the four words that firefighter’s chaplain John Maxwell uses to describe his voluntary work with Wiltshire’s firefighters.
INDEPENDENT candidates will contest all 20 wards available in the next Swindon borough elections if a new group has its way.
Swindon is fab, and I have proof. The nice people at Create Studios have released an inspiring film called Digital Journeys, a series of interviews with people explaining how they came to end up in Swindon.
Phil refused to allow the injury to divert him from his ambition to become a bus driver – or to keep him from the football field
MILLIONS of low-paid workers who put aside savings could receive a top-up of up to £1,200 over four years, the government has announced.
Now that all the major gongs have been dished out, it’s time for us to take home the season’s best red carpet style pointers.
A WROUGHTON dog called Teddy currently languishes in a pound and faces death.
YOUNGSTERS were striking the right chord again yesterday as they took part in the fourth day of the 107th annual Swindon Music Festival.
Swindon was a hill-top market community before modern Swindon’s “founders” Daniel Gooch and Isambard Kingdom Brunel, of the GWR, decided to build a railway factory
European champion boxer Jamie Cox is found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend after breaking into her London flat.
PHARMACEUTICAL manufacturer Catalent Pharma Solutions have donated thousands of pounds to charity after a year of successful fundraising throughout 2015.
IT won't just be the luck of the Irish dominating St Patrick’s Day on Thursday but a whole group of young people across the borough will be hoping the shamrock will bring them luck in the Swindon Youth Piano Festival.