Programmer used train commute to create app to help busy restaurants
WHILE some read a book and others catch up on TV, one Ludgershall man has used his train commute to design an app.
Doors open to first homes built for returning army families
THE ribbon was cut to mark the unveiling of some of the first homes for military families in a £250 million scheme.
PHOTOS: Pillar of community made freeman of town
A COMMUNITY stalwart who is always there to lend a helping hand has been given the Freedom of Ludgershall.
Priest returns to old town to take charge of benefice
THE new vicar for the area has returned to familiar ground.
Restaurant plan for former bank two years after closure
THERE is less than a week to have a say on a plan to convert a former Tidworth bank into a restaurant.
Soldier who battled brain tumour takes on trek in aid of research
A TIDWORTH soldier who was diagnosed with a brain tumour is taking on a mammoth trek to help fund research.
Armed Forces Day in town postponed due to struggle for site
AN EVENT launched last year to show support for the Armed Forces has been postponed.
Major initiative to meet housing needs in county
A MAJOR initiative to meet wider housing needs across Wiltshire has been agreed by council leaders.