THE Tidworth 10k and 3k is being held a month earlier this year - in October - to take advantage of the better seasonal weather.
A PLAQUE has been unveiled to celebrate the history of Vanner's Chequer.
SHOPPERS in Salisbury are in for a treat as the autumn schedule of markets is unveiled.
THE Jane Austen Singers (JAS) will be returning to Stockbridge on September 19 for a special charity concert at St Peter’s Church.
MEDIEVAL knights clashed over the bank holiday weekend as they battled it out at Old Sarum.
THE property manager of one England's finest Queen Anne town houses is retiring after 25 years.
A RARE table made out of vintage wood will go under the hammer at a charity auction later this month.
WITH childhood obesity on the rise, mums are being encouraged to cut out the sugary snacks ahead of the school term which starts this week.
THE heavens opened on Saturday to hinder champions South Wilts from finishing off a poignant season with a 16th win as their ECB Premier Division closer at Alton was abandoned.
IT could have been the final time bikers roared into Fordingbridge for the Moto Guzzi GB bank holiday meeting.
A MAN was punched in the nose during an altercation in St James Street, Ludgershall.
WHITE ball cricket, played in coloured clothing and out of black sightscreens, could be introduced into top flight 50-over element of ECB Southern Premier Division next season.
WILTSHIRE Police is asking gun owners to surrender their unlicensed firearms and ammunition.
WILTSHIRE Council is not doing enough to protect children, according to Ofsted.
NOEL Coward’s champagne fuelled comedy Fallen Angels opens at Salisbury Playhouse next Thursday, September 10.
A COUPLE who wrote letters to each other every day while separated by thousands of miles are celebrating their Diamond Wedding on Thursday.
PURBECK Valley Folk Festival is relatively new to the folk fest scene, but judging by the quality of the acts it can attract and the evident enthusiasm and affection of its patrons, it is clearly set to be an essential fixture.
SPORT continues to slowly improve as the recent rain has put some colour into the rivers giving fish more confidence to feed.
PARENTS are being urged to “avoid Laverstock at all costs” while road works are being completed.
A British woman is typically charged more for a car repair than her male counterpart