TRY to imagine the scene, the atmosphere, the prevailing sense of unease and yes even the excitement that surely permeated The Goddard Arms Hotel at 1 High Street, Swindon, on the morning of Friday, July 30, 1819.
Joe Theobald, aka DJ Captain Wormhole, Looks at all things vinyl
PICTURES have emerged that appear to show two Wiltshire policemen asleep in their patrol car.
"KNEE to hip," bellows award-winning choreographer John Ross.
Roots-reggae heavyweights King Solomon are headed to Tadstock Festival at Kencot Hill Farm later this month. Ahead of their gig, we catch up with percussionist and backing vocalist Emmy Fearon, from Highworth.
PILLS that police think could be ecstasy were found by people clearing litter after a music festival near Brinkworth at the weekend.
A DEVOTED mother flew out to Bulgaria today to be with her hospitalised son amid fears his condition is worsening.
A KEEN gardener is getting her hands dirty for a local charity by turning an overgrown rubbish tip into a beautiful sensory garden.
SWINDON'S self-proclaimed 'Asbo lady' has found herself back behind bars once again after the probation service said there was nothing more they could do to help her.
BEST FRIEND Stacey Wood burst into tears as she watched her buddy of two decades scoop an Olympic silver medal.
IT HAS taken over nine months for council officers to reach the position of putting draft parishing proposals on the Cabinet table.
While county music artists are a dab hand at writing about love and loss, and earthy in-the-saddle anthems, very few are actually pragmatists about their life and music.
Swindon's own chart topper, Josh Kumra, is returning to play in his home town this month.
JAZZ Carlin will start her bid to claim her second medal of the Rio Olympics later today.
Championship club Queens Park Rangers beat League One Swindon Town 4-2 on penalties to reach the EFL Cup second round.
ADMITTING two charges of voyeurism, a man has been warned by magistrates that they are not ruling out prison.
DESPITE being only months away, Swindon Borough Council says they still can’t say how many jobs will be lost by the transfer of services to newly formed parish councils.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a disorder at The King's in Wood Street around 11.30pm on Saturday, May 21.
A LEADING coach operator has revealed that Swindon is its second most popular travel destination in the UK this summer.
A FLAT-CAPPED thief is sought by police following a series of burglaries in Cricklade high street.