A British boy has melted hearts in Spain while competing Junior Masterchef after his fish and chips didn't quite go to plan.Read the full story ›
A man has been charged following a fire at a school in Warminster in Wiltshire.
Edward Beavis, aged 34, of no fixed address, has been charged with arson and criminal damage following the fire at The Avenue School in the early hours of Wednesday (4/01) morning.
He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Salisbury Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.
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Knitted and crocheted poppies have been taking over towns in the West, inspired by the display of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London in 2014.
It seems to be the modern way to remember the fallen of conflicts between the first World War and today. Our reporter Robert Murphy has been to see the Wiltshire poppy tributes and was also at a traditional march in Bristol, attended by the last Dambuster, 'Johnny' Johnson
A man who died after being Tasered by Wiltshire Police has today been named as 44-year-old Terrence Bennett.
Mr Bennett died at a property in Warminster early on 27 October. Officers had been called out after reports of concern for his welfare and that of others. They used a Taser on him and he was restrained. A knife was recovered from the scene.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation will seek to establish the exact nature of contact between Mr Bennett and officers prior to his death.
IPCC investigators have met with Mr Bennett’s family.
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Officers attended an address in Warminster shortly before midnight on 26 October to a report of a man who had caused himself harm.Read the full story ›
Schoolchildren lined the streets outside a local charity in Warminster today to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge.Read the full story ›
The Duchess of Cambridge is in Wiltshire today, visiting a Warminster charity which trains people to help those battling addiction.
Kate is a patron of Action on Addiction, and is visiting the charity's Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies. The charity offers degree courses accredited by the University of Bath.
The Duchess listened to a speech from Anna Elston, a newly graduated student, who gave a moving account of her journey from alcohol addiction (where she lost custody of her three young children) to gaining recovery and employment.
Kate was presented with a posy of flowers by Anna's three young boys, accompanied by her proud mother, Pauline.
Pupils from Minster School in Warminster lined the streets. Among those there to welcome Kate was die-hard royalist pensioner Terry Hutt, who previously spent weeks outside a London hospital awaiting the birth of Princess Charlotte.
Watch Tim Walsh's report on the Royal visit here:
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Warminster in Wiltshire to help at a charity battling addiction.
As a patron of Action on Addiction she will visit the charity's Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies in Warminster to see how the centre provides training, education and professional development for those working in addiction and other related fields.