A TABLE tennis memorial will be unveiled in memory of Sean “Pops” Popowicz next week.
SWINDON Town are investigating images currently circulating on social media of three players allegedly inhaling nitrous oxide gas.
SWINDON loves Years & Years more than free wi-fi.
Patron Maureen Nolan stars in Footloose, writes FLICKY HARRISON
His face is immediately familiar, popping up on all the popular panel shows such as Virtually Famous, 8 out of 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Sweat the Small Stuff and even Celebrity Mastermind.
SOME familiar faces at a family fashion store in the town centre will be gracing our TV screens from next week.
Saba Douglas-Hamilton, the acclaimed elephant conservationist and wildlife TV presenter of This Wild Life and Big Cat Diaries, comes to the Wyvern on April 17 for an evening of animal stories and intimate behind the scenes tales of life in Kenya with her young family. Tickets cost from £16.50 from swindontheatres.co.uk
A STROKE sufferer who went on a drunken rampage when he was refused access to the library has been spared another jail term.
Joe Theobald, aka DJ Captain Wormhole, Looks at all things vinyl
Following in the footsteps of Gracie Fields and Joan Hickson is daunting enough, but taking on the iconic role of Miss Marple, the role you have dreamed about, would be too much for many actresses, but not Judy Cornwell, seasoned veteran of stage and screen.
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Chart busting singers board the soul train bound for Swindon.
Actors will be brushing up their Shakespeare, and other dramatic offerings, to impress at this year's Harold Jolliffe One Act Play Festival.
A group of White Horse Folk Club members, led by Annie Taylor, have organised some musical entertainment, starring Redwing folk band, pictured, for April 15 at 7.30pm in Saint Michael’s Church Hall, Lechlade Road. Highworth.
A STABLE lad who robbed a bookie's at knifepoint has been jailed for five years.
Details of how a £50m pothole fund is to be divided up between local authorities are revealed amid warnings the total cost to repair England's roads is nearer £12bn.
Pic = The Black Feathers at The Victoria tonight
YOUNG munchkins and aspiring singers who follow the Yellow Brick Road at a musical theatre workshop will have the chance of performing in The Wizard of Oz.
A 56-year-old man accused of raping two women more than 20 years ago is to face trial.
Classical music fans are urged to ring for their carriages, as they are invited to step back in time to a musical soiree in an elegant 18th century Viennese drawing room.