A Wiltshire artist reminises about meeting Nelson Mandela to draw his portrait
Bosses at a bike manufacturer in Bradford Upon Avon have been watching the Chancellors Autumn Statement with keen interest
Celebrations as Ed McKeever wins gold in the kayak sprint event.
A 31 year old man is in a critical condition after being hit by a car in Bradford on Avon. Police say they are looking for the driver of the car after they failed to stop. The man was left with severe leg injuries outside the Beef and Barge public house in Trowbridge Road this afternoon.
A former mayor of Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire has been describing the freak accident that left him with a broken leg.
It happened while he was trainspotting.
Peter Leach was watching a steam engine pass through Bradford-on-Avon's station when he was hit by a piece of coal.
He's been on crutches ever since. Our Wiltshire reporter, Robert Murphy, found out more.
A trainspotter is recovering after his leg was broken by a low-flying piece of coal.
Peter Leach, a former mayor of Bradford on Avon, was watching a steam engine pass through the town's station when he was hit.
Surgeons had to put a pin through his leg to help it mend. He expects to be on crutches for several weeks:
A body has been found in a river in Bradford on Avon.
Although formal identification has not yet taken place, the deceased is believed to be Greta Wiltshire. Mrs Wiltshire, 76, had been missing from her home since late last night. There do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding the death at this point.
From the archives - a news report from 1998 on a new model Moulton bicycle produced in Bradford-on-Avon. Even then the hand-built bikes cost more than £3,000.
The Wiltshire inventor Dr Alex Moulton has died at the age of 92. He's perhaps best known for the Moulton bicycle, the small-wheeled bike recognised as a design classic. The hand-built bikes are still made at the Moulton factory in Bradford-on-Avon.
Dr Moulton was also renowned for the Hydrolastic suspension system he developed for the Mini.
Watch our full interview with Kayaking Olympian Ed McKeever. The gold medallist came back to his home town of Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire, and his local canoeing club.
Thousands turned out to see him...