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Lockeridge traffic carnage - two accidents in the same night adjacent to Kennet Valley Primary School

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Lockeridge traffic carnage - two accidents in the same night adjacent to Kennet Valley Primary School

In the early hours of this morning, Friday 3 February there were two separate accidents in Lockeridge where drivers lost control and crashed into walls or fences.

The first incident happened at around 2.30am when a red Landrover Discovery demolished the fence and gate of West View Cottage in the

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Brexit debate: Claire Perry's confidence in PM, doubts about Referendum campaign & plea for full information on final deal

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Brexit debate: Claire Perry's confidence in PM, doubts about Referendum campaign & plea for full information on final deal

After seventeen hours of debate in the House of Commons over two days, the 'Brexit Bill' has passed its second reading by a very large margin. This piece of legislation is officially known as the 'European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill'.

It now goes to its committee stage -

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Tackling mental health head on: first book by Marlborough children's author

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Tackling mental health head on: first book by Marlborough children's author

Emily Palmer, aged eighteen and from Marlborough, has written and published her very first children’s book: Scrambled Heads – A Children’s Guide to Mental Health.
 
Emily was inspired to write the book after her own experiences with mental health. Having battled with anxiety and anorexia nervosa, she wanted to use

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