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Fyfield & West Overton Parish Council object to Vodafone/02 mast pre-application plans - coverage too ineffective

Written by Tony Millett on .

Fyfield & West Overton Parish Council object to Vodafone/02 mast pre-application plans - coverage too ineffective

The pre-application plans for the Vodafone / 02 mast to cover the villages along the western Kennet Valley has raised a major objection from the Fyfield & West Overton Parish Council.

The 17.5 metre tall mast, to be sited behind the ‘Bell’ pub on the A4 would provide ‘good coverage’

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Brighter Futures, Arts Together and Marlborough St Mary's helped by grants awarded by Friends of Savernake

Written by Neil Goodwin on .

Brighter Futures, Arts Together and Marlborough St Mary's helped by grants awarded by Friends of Savernake

Last night (Wednesday 10 May) at the Friends of Savernake AGM three grant awards were made to local organisations.

Brighter Futures Raadiotherapy Appeal received the largest grant award of £10,000 - which will be increased by matched funding from the Greenham Common Trust to £20,000.  The money raised will help

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OBITUARY: Dr Trevor John Tiplady - Ramsbury's long-serving & much loved GP - and Aldbourne resident

Written by Michael Handford on .

OBITUARY: Dr Trevor John Tiplady  - Ramsbury's long-serving & much loved GP - and Aldbourne resident

Trevor Tiplady was born in 1931 in Sidcup, Kent - the only child of Albert & Gladys Tiplady. His early schooling was characterised by frequent moves due to the war - with class sizes varying from six to 81.

In 1942 he passed the entrance exam to the City of

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Nick Fogg almost unseated by admin error at last Friday’s Wiltshire Council election count

Written by Neil Goodwin on .

Nick Fogg almost unseated by admin error at last Friday’s Wiltshire Council election count

Wiltshire came close to experiencing its own La La Land / Moonlight Oscars moment last Friday when an admin error in the count put Nick Fogg, long standing Independent Wiltshire Councillor for Marlborough West into a narrow second place behind Tamara Reay (Conservative).

“I’d even congratulated Tamara on her victory”

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