PRINCE Philip trained at the Royal Navy College in Dartmouth and then later was posted to the former HMS Royal Arthur leadership training centre in Corsham.
PRINCE Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced.
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PRINCE Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, was living in Wiltshire when he proposed to the Queen and has visited the county many times since.
NEWLAND Homes has appointed Alison Bowen to the recently-created role of sales manager.
Alison, from Royal Wootton Bassett, joins Gloucestershire-based Newland Homes having spent nearly ten years as a sales consultant at Taylor Wimpey.
VISITORS returning to Longleat on Monday will have the chance to meet a pair of new kids on the block in the shape of tiny African pygmy goats Piglet and Peewee.
Beer gardens across Wiltshire can reopen on April 12 - but will your local Wetherspoon be among those reopening?
STONEWOOD Partnerships has been shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious South West Residential Property Awards.
JOBS have been saved in Wiltshire after fashion chain Peacocks, which has three stores in Chippenham, Trowbridge and Warminster, was rescued from receivership.
A TROWBRIDGE charity is urging its supporters to dig out their trainers and take part in a May step challenge.
A motorcyclist was airlifted to hospital after a serious crash near Malmesbury this week.
At approximately 11.30am on Monday (April 5), there was a collision between a black Yamaha bike and a grey Audi TT on the B4040 near Hebden Farm, Luckington.
Malmesbury School headteacher Rupert Moreton has announced he will resign from his position at the end of the academic year.
YOU may have had your suspicions, but did you know there are several spots near Swindon listed as prolific dogging sites?
Texan couple Kim and Whit Hanks have been announced as the new owners of Malmesbury's Old Bell Hotel.
TWO voluntary groups who made life better for their communities during the pandemic have been given awards for their service by Wiltshire’s High Sheriff.
Groups of young people were given warnings by local police in Malmesbury this weekend.
Police community support officers (PSCOs) joined Wiltshire Police Response Officers during foot patrols in Malmesbury.
Malmesbury has held its first ever Virtual Mayor’s Ball, which raises money for local charities.
More than 200 local people, and guests from further afield, attended, including the mayors of Melksham, Royal Wootton Bassett and Salisbury, the Leader of Wiltshire Council and the Deputy Lieutenant of Wiltshire.