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A round-up of this weeks letters...

A round-up of this weeks letters...

Clean up city

10:57am Thursday 23 March 2017

'The proposed funding formula for schools is complex'

John Glen, Conservative MP for Salisbury

I CONTINUE to be concerned about the implications of the proposed new funding formula for schools. Although Wiltshire will see a welcome overall uplift (2.6 per cent), the specific distribution of the extra money stands to leave some of our best…

10:14am Thursday 23 March 2017

BRIAN ROY WHEBLE

WHEBLE Brian Roy Passed away on 16th March 2017 aged 74 years. The ‘grumpy old ’ will be sadly missed and fondly remember by all the Wheble family, with love. Funeral service to be held at 12:15pm on Thursday 30th March 2017 at Salisbury…

2:51am Thursday 23 March 2017

ELSIE BAILEY

BAILEY Elsie Passed away peacefully at home on Saturday 11th March 2017, aged 89 years, surrounded by her family. Now reunited with beloved husband Doug. Treasured mother to Linda, Jacqui, Cally and Nina, mother in law to Clifford, Richard, Trevor…

2:51am Thursday 23 March 2017

Wilton's Classic and Supercar Show scrapped

Wilton's Classic and Supercar Show scrapped

THE Wilton Classic and Supercar Show has been cancelled for the second year in a row.

5:19pm Tuesday 28 February 2017

Rail minister visits Wilton Parkway site

Rail minister visits Wilton Parkway site

THE railways minister visited the proposed site of a new station at Wilton on Thursday.

9:39am Monday 6 March 2017

Fuel siphoned from cars in Wilton

Fuel siphoned from cars in Wilton

FUEL was siphoned from a number of cars in Wilton on the night of February 4.

3:12pm Thursday 23 February 2017

WILTON & District Business Chamber to celebrate Treaties of Rome

WILTON & District Business Chamber to celebrate Treaties of Rome

WILTON & District Business Chamber is to host an open invitation VIP lunch with Julie Girling MEP to commemorate the anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.

11:40am Saturday 18 March 2017

Developer chosen to build around 100 homes by proposed new rail station

An artist's impression of how the Wilton rail station might look

A DEVELOPER has been chosen to build around 100 homes in Wilton alongside the new railway station in the town.

4:04pm Thursday 16 March 2017

Plans for £290k bund to help protect homes from flooding

The public exhibition on flooding defence proposals in Wilton on Friday

PLANS for a £290k bund in Wilton have gone before the public as part of a consultation by the Environment Agency.

12:37pm Tuesday 14 March 2017
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