In Chippenham, Duncan Hames made history at the last general election by becoming the first Liberal to win a seat in Wiltshire in more than 80 years.
In the latest in our series studying ten seats on the way to Number Ten, Robert Murphy has been focussing at Chippenham.
Police investigating an allegation of rape in Chippenham in 2007 have released an efit of a man they'd like to speak to.
The incident is alleged to have taken place in September 2007, and was reported to the police in February 2015.
The victim was on the High Street when two men pulled her into the area between a former furniture shop (now Bar Rivo) and the town bridge. She was slapped, pushed to the floor and sexually assaulted.
Although this incident happened more than seven years ago, we are hopeful that we will be able to jog people’s memories and someone will be able to help identify the males involved.
I would urge anyone who has been the victim of any sexual assault to contact Wiltshire Police immediately – we have dedicated officers who are specially trained to help those who have been abused.
The M4 eastbound is closed due to a serious crash involving a lorry and a car between J17 (Chippenham) and J16 (Swindon West).
It happened at about 18:45.
Drivers should follow the hollow square symbol for the diversion.
Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold has been awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to her sport.
Yarnold, who lives in Chippenham and trains at the University of Bath became a household name when she won Team GB's first gold medal of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
She swapped her lycra suit for a black jacket and rose-petal skirt to receive her honour from the Queen during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle. The 26-year-old said she was extremely nervous about meeting the Queen but could barely stop smiling.
And she revealed that the Queen already knew all about her.
She was very warm and kind and we spoke quite freely and openly about Sochi and how wonderful the experience was.
She said she was really pleased to award me the MBE and she knew all about Sochi and the event, and had it all gone well and was it cold enough there for the event.
She seemed very knowledgeable of the sport of skeleton, and she wished me all the best of luck for the future.
You can watch the moment the Queen pinned the honour on the world champion slider here:
Yarnold flies to America tomorrow to begin the defence of her World Cup title.
Salisbury Reds has announced additional bus services in the region - with news that Hatts Coaches has ceased trading. Following discussions with Wiltshire Council, the operator will run buses across the following routes from today
7 and 8A - Devizes Road/Quidhampton to the city centre 12 - Stratford Bridge, Devonshire Road and Wyndham Road to the city centre 14 - Milton Road, Harvard Heights and Harnham Hill to the city centre 44 - Salisbury, Odstock, Downton, Redlynch, Woodfalls 66 - Salisbury to Tidworth via Shipton Bellinger
Another service, the 29 from Shaftesbury to Salisbury - via the Chalke Valley villages - will be run by sister firm Damory Coaches.
Hatts coaches has been in business in Wiltshire since 1928 until today, when it had to call in the receivers. The administrators say it simply ran out of cash.
Many of you will have memories of the company, which has provided school services, coach trips and holidays for many years.
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Customers of Wiltshire firm Hatts Travel, hit by the company going into administration, who paid by credit or debit card they should contact their card providers.
It is deeply regrettable and sad for all concerned that the majority of Hatts operations should have to stop trading. The businesses simply ran out of cash. We are acutely aware of the distress and hardship many holidaymakers and day trippers will be suffering right now particularly as so many of these are of an “older generation”. Our priority right now is to contact and provide dedicated helpline support for those members of the general public who have paid for holidays, day trips and other private hire with Hatts.
Those affected can contact the helpline on 0800 4704633
Wiltshire coach firm Hatts has gone into administration with the immediate loss of 89 jobs and threatening the plans of 1,000 members of public who have made bookings affected.
A Park and Ride bus service Hatts operates in Salisbury will continue to operate safeguarding 32 jobs.
The firm has offices and depots in Foxham near Chippenham, Worton near Devizes and Salisbury.
Helpline number for those people who are affected:0800 4704633