Village sets up fake speed camera

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July 25, 2014

Residents of a Wiltshire village set up a fake speed camera in an attempt to slow down traffic.
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Riders to take over streets of Calne

Crowds of leather-clad riders will motor into Calne this weekend for the town’s annual bike meet.
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Storm nightmare for Bradford couple as lightning fireball tears through home

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July 25, 2014

Pensioners Phil and Marie Lloyd were terrified when a lightning fireball tore into their home during Saturday’s violent thunderstorm.
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Halford delighted at team silver

LAURA Halford was holding back the tears after she and teammates Francesca Jones and Nikara Jenkins made history by winning Wales' first ever Commonwealth Games team medal in Glasgow.
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Devizes Moonrakers pub is transformed

A new-look Moonrakers pub in Devizes has been well received by the public.
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Fed-up Devizes families want seagulls culled

Families living near London Road in Devizes say their lives are being made a misery by gulls and are calling for them to be culled.
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Devizes urged to back Tour of Britain cyclists

Devizes Town Council is urging people to turn out and cheer on cyclists when the Tour of Britain comes to their town.
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Town still waiting on Stephens deal

SWINDON Town are still waiting to hear back from Southampton regarding the availability of Jack Stephens.
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Louis is as fit as a fiddle

LOUIS Thompson says he feels as fit as he has ever been, as the Swindon Town midfielder cranks up his preparations for the new League One campaign.
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Cooper impressed with on-trial Romeo

SWINDON Town manager Mark Cooper was impressed by the performance of trialist Devante Romeo in the Robins development side’s 3-2 win at Bedfont & Feltham last night.
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Purton captain think his side can finish top the Hill

PURTON captain Elliot Hill is hoping that his side can maintain the pressure on the Wiltshire Division leaders in the final six weeks of the campaign.
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Supermarine coach confident of survival

SUPERMARINE head coach Sean Millwaters thinks his side have every chance of making history for the club by staying in the Southern Counties South.
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Lechlade looking to end Biddestone tilt

LECHLADE will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games and maintain their lead at the top of the Glos/Wilts Division when they travel to fourth placed Biddestone.
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Jenkins: ‘Our time is now’

SWINDON St George vice-captain Gwyn Jenkins believes the time is right for his side to pick up their first win of the season.
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Moore gives new cup comp the thumbs up

SWINDON Wildcats captain Shane Moore is looking forward to playing in the new look English Challenge Cup this term.
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Tucker refuses to let the foot off gas

SWINDON captain Liam Tucker says that he won’t allow his team to go into cruise control for the remainder of the season.
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COMMONWEALTH GAMES: England netball coach Mayes is wary of the Welsh

ENGLAND head coach Anna Mayes has vowed not to take Wales lightly when the teams go head to head in the Commonwealth Games today.
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100,000 smackers

CARAVAN engineer Robin Marriott has landed a windfall of £100,000 after winning The Health Lottery’s Saturday jackpot last week.
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Guide dog maimed during savage attack

WITNESSES are being sought after a guide dog was attacked in Penhill.
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Holidays start with a swing

A SUMMER of sporting activities is taking place in Wharf Green to mark the Commonwealth Games being held in Glasgow.
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You can no longer hang around here

MONTHS of anti-social behaviour are set to come to an end this week when a dispersal order in Sussex Square comes into effect.
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