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Photographers get behind Big Lift

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Photographers get behind Big Lift

Salisbury photographers will be helping to raise money for five military charities next month, when they support former airman Ben Greer in his Big Lift challenge.

Mr Greer, a former RAF Chinook helicopter crewman who completed six tours of Afghanistan, is walking a mile for every member of the British

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Grants scheme for rural businesses opens

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Grants scheme for rural businesses opens

Small businesses and start-ups in Wiltshire can now apply for the government's Rural Economy Grant scheme

Rural Economy Grants were launched by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to enable a significant ‘game-changing', transformational performance in farm, forestry, tourism, agri-food businesses and micro businesses in rural areas in

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Business minister visits Swindon

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Business minister visits Swindon

Michael Fallon, UK Minister for Business and Energy visited the new Oak Furniture Land UK headquarters and state-of-the-art distribution centre in South Marston, Swindon last week.

His visit on Thursday was billed as recognition of the company’s significant contribution to business in Swindon and the South West, and as a

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Marlborough toyshop strikes gold

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Marlborough toyshop strikes gold

A Marlborough schoolboy struck gold when he spent his pocket money on Lego collectables in the town on Saturday.

Silence descended over a bustling independent toy shop Ducklings after the boy unwrapped an illusive Mr Gold minifgure, which could be worth up to £1,000.

The rare model has been

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