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First a chilli supper and a quiz - then join the thousands for a fundraising marathon for a breast cancer charity

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First a chilli supper and a quiz - then join the thousands for a fundraising marathon for a breast cancer charity

If you are looking for a healthy way to raise money for an important breast cancer charity you can add your name to the 450,000 people who have accepted Walk the Walk's fundraising challenges since it was launched in 1996 - joining bra-ve events as famous as their marathon The MoonWalk

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The Brexit debates: Claire Perry votes for a Labour amendment & decries jihadi-like supporters of a hard Brexit

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The Brexit debates: Claire Perry votes for a Labour amendment & decries jihadi-like supporters of a hard Brexit

On Tuesday evening (February 7) Claire Perry MP voted against the government in one of the votes on the Opposition's amendments to the 'Brexit Bill'. She was joined by two other recent former Tory ministers - Anna Soubry and Bob Neill - and by Ken Clarke.

In all seven Conservatives

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Marlborough marks Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 with a visit from a Kenyan tea farmer

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Marlborough marks Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 with a visit from a Kenyan tea farmer

Marlborough is hosting a special guest from Kenya on Saturday, March 4 to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight (27 February-13 March) and to hear a producer’s perspective on the difference Fairtrade makes around the world.

Patrick Kaberia Muthaura from the Michimikuru Tea Company, Kenya, will be attending a Town Hall reception.  He

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Major find in the Vale of Pewsey : metal detectors' Roman hoard gives up rare evidence about ancient plant life

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Major find in the Vale of Pewsey :  metal detectors' Roman hoard gives up rare evidence about ancient plant life

Mick Rae, Rob Abbott and their friend Dave were detecting in a field in the Vale of Pewsey in October 2014 when they came across a hoard of eight metal vessels - including a cauldron and four small pans from weighing scales. 

The vessels were buried in a pit

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