Charity car wash at Swindon fire station on 2 August in aid of Charlie Allen

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July 29, 2014

Fundraising for Charlie Allen
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GOLF: Debbie and Sam take the Cirencester Captain’s Day honours

SAM MITCHELL and Debbie Organ, with 47 stableford points, were the narrow winners of the Captain's Day competition at Cirencester Golf Club hosted by Mark Woodhead.
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: A tough year takes its toll on Tilly

TILLY Gray won’t be beating herself up about her performances at Glasgow 2014, admitting a year of instability was always going to take its toll.
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TABLE TENNIS: Swindon Hots Shots crowned Cirencester’s Summer League champions

SWINDON HOT SHOTS, who boasted three of the top four players, were comfortable winners of the Cirencester Table Tennis Summer League's top division.
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Vulnerable woman missing in Gloucestershire

POLICE have tonight issued an urgent appeal to trace a vulnerable missing Gloucestershire woman.
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Jubliant Jazz takes the gold

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July 28, 2014

JAZZ Carlin once again smashed the Commonwealth Games women's 800m freestyle record as she won gold at Glasgow 2014 this evening.
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Carlin grabs freestyle gold

SWINDON'S Jazz Carlin has taken Commonwealth gold in the 800m freestyle this evening.
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CRICKET: Biddestone’s Dwaine Perry hampers Lechlade title push

LECHLADE lost a nail-biting encounter at Biddestone on Saturday by four runs and had their lead in the Glos/Wilts title race cut to just 11 points.
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BOWLS: Lee Williamson gains revenge over Keith Hinder in county singles title

THE blue riband event of bowls, the County Singles Final held at Olveston Bowls Club, saw a cracking final lasting two hours that swayed both ways before last year's runner-up Lee Williamson (Cheltenham) gained revenge over 2013 champion Keith Hinde...
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Looking for a home for Fido

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July 28, 2014

A DOG found tied up outside the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Newton Tony is looking for a new home.
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ATHLETICS: Fine effort by the RSE team in the Adidas 24-hour Thunder Run

EIGHT Running Somewhere Else members travelled to Catton Park, Walton-on-Trent at the weekend for the Adidas 24-hour Thunder Run.
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CRICKET: Townsend and Clark pile on the runs for Fairford

ON a gloriously sunny afternoon at the picturesque Hawkesbury Upton ground, free-scoring Fairford recorded a 67-run victory.
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Chance to vote on fire merger plans – and possible huge cuts

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July 28, 2014

PEOPLE are being asked to vote on plans that could mean huge cuts in Wiltshire’s fire service.
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Wadworth donates £2k to help Somerset flood victims

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July 28, 2014

Devizes brewer Wadworth has donated £2,046 to the Somerset Community Foundation to help flood victims in the Somerset levels.
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Perils of the English countryside

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July 28, 2014

The risks you may run walking in the countryside
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CRICKET: Leadbetter unravels Cirencester two days running

A LACK of bowling penetration saw Cirencester suffer a league and cup double defeat by unbeaten County League Division One leaders Cheltenham Civil Service at the weekend.
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Defibrillator is on Trowbridge dad’s fundraising list

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July 28, 2014

The father of teenage footballer Quinton Barham, who suffered a heart attack on a pitch last year, hopes to raise funds for a defibrillator at his son’s new club.
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GREAT WAR CENTENARY: From one superpower to another

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July 28, 2014

Broome Manor man's unique memorabilia reveals how the Kaiser lost his rag...
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English National Sheepdog Trials coming to Northleach

THE English National Sheepdog Trials will be held at Broadfield Farm in Northleach from August 15-17 this year.
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Melksham man faces trial over GBH charge

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July 28, 2014

A 21-year-old who is accused of assaulting a man last summer is to face trial.
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GREAT WAR CENTENARY: Making our boys feel better

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July 28, 2014

It may house a health hydro today, but the Milton Road baths were turned over to the Red Cross for the first year of the war...
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