Young Ciara Higgins is hoping Peter Pan will sprinkle some fairy dust, as the young dancer has a broken ankle and has been hobbling into rehearsals.
LEGENDARY locomotive the Flying Scotsman is expected to steam its way through Swindon this evening.
A DRIVER had a lucky escape this morning when their car hit a low wall and ended up in the driveway of a house.
THE Walcott Community Shop in Sussex Place had a real sweetner for the nurses at Macmillan Cancer Support yesterday.
VISITORS to Lydiard Park and Coate Water will have to pay for parking from July, council leaders have confirmed.
A DISABLED man desperate for a job has spoken of his frustration at employers who can't "see beyond the wheelchair”.
PROPOSALS to build nearly 500 homes in Old Town look set to be given the green-light next week.
PLANS to make every resident live within the boundaries of a parish council are set to be pushed forward next week.
ELDENE Drive remains partly closed this evening after construction workers encountered problems mending a burst pipe.
A VOLUNTEER who lost three family members in World War One said their sacrifices inspired her to join the Royal British Legion and help others.
BY day Samantha Hackett helps the wheels to run smoothly at the BMW offices in Swindon but in her spare time it’s strictly a two-wheel affair, as she indulges her passion for cycling.
TRIBUTES were paid to one amazing man when 300 mourners attended his funeral last month.
More than 7,200 people sign a petition demanding Great Western Railway reverse its new mandatory cycle space reservation policy on high-speed trains.
THE deadline for registering to vote in the EU referendum is to be extended to midnight tomorrow, Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock has announced.
ENOUGH is enough. As of now, I have stopped watching TV adverts for good.
A CONSERVATIONIST couple will embark upon a jumbo fundraising drive to save endangered elephants.
As we draw ever closer to the EU referendum, this week I would like to talk about another important referendum taking place on Thursday, where local residents have a chance to vote on the Wroughton Neighbourhood Plan.
ROCKETS, battery-propelled cars and liquid nitrogen were the order of the day as weird science took centre stage at New College yesterday.
SWINDON’S very own super-cyclist is planning an epic 3,000 mile bike ride across four countries in the hope of raising £10,000 for local charities.
A CHARITY fun day held to raise funds for a cause close to organiser Cheryl Baker’s heart has raised almost £1,000.