Brexit might be a positive impact for local apple growers
Sep22

Brexit might be a positive impact for local apple growers

The season for English apples have now started and apple growers across the country is expecting a positive boost after the Brexit vote. Apple growers are fired up for consumers that will support local producers. Even though the season started late than last year’s apple season due to our weather condition, it helped a lot to produce a very good quality of apple. And supermarkets that have started selling local apples noticed that...

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Loveday and WBM announced new development of industrial and warehouse units in Swindon
Sep22

Loveday and WBM announced new development of industrial and warehouse units in Swindon

Trinity Park the new industrial/warehouse property will be developed in a 5-acre area in Hillmead. Loveday and WBM have just announced the upcoming development of the new industrial site in Swindon. This new industrial and warehouse property will be potentially suitable for a headquarters facility. New Trinity Park development planned for Swindon On behalf of established developer clients, Loveday and WBM have announced the...

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Hackpen Hill 10K Challenge for Brighter Futures a success
Sep21

Hackpen Hill 10K Challenge for Brighter Futures a success

Last Sunday, the Hackpen Hill 10K Challenge run for a cause was successfully wrapped up and helped Brighter Futures raise more money. All proceeds helped raise funds for the radiotherapy appeal of Brighter Futures. The amateur athletes of Swindon took part on the challenge and the organisers received positive feedbacks from those who took part in the run. If you would like to donate to Brighter Futures, you can visit their site for...

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Landlord breaching two Prohibition Orders has been fined £7,000
Sep21

Landlord breaching two Prohibition Orders has been fined £7,000

Shahzad Mehmood, the landlord of a ‘Bed in Shed’ who is very aware that his property is unsafe for habitation still allowed tenants to live in it. Following a prosecution brought by the Swindon Borough Council, Shahzad Mehmood admitted on breaching two Prohibition Orders relating to properties. Thus he was fined £7,000. Properties unsafe for habitation or those that are illegal accommodations are called ‘Bed in...

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Winsley Primary School 5k Charity Fun Run a Success
Sep20

Winsley Primary School 5k Charity Fun Run a Success

Saturday, 17 September Winsley Primary School celebrates their 5k fun run after they have successfully raised the funds to buy a new wheelchair for their pupil Alfie Feilden who is suffering from Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Alfie Feilden’s twin brother Charlie who doesn’t have the condition as Alfie’s said to have won the 3km race. Winsley School raises enough money to buy Alfie a new wheelchair CELEBRATIONS broke out at Winsley Primary...

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