Ten Arrested In County Lines Crack-Down

Ten more people have been arrested today (10/10) as Wiltshire Police continues to crack down on County Lines drugs gangs. Approximately 50 officers are involved in the operation and today’s arrests takes the total this week to 43. Nine were arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs and one (marked*) was arrested on suspicion… read more

Norris Close Green Letter

Dear Resident You will undoubtedly be aware that a number of complaints had been received by the Parish Council in relation to vehicles being driven onto the Norris Close green area on a regular basis and the suggestion of adding a planter to the eastern end of the green to prevent vehicles from damaging nearby… read more

Running start for Beat the Street in Swindon

Beat the Street, Swindon’s giant walking and cycling initiative, is off to an incredible start with residents travelling more than 93,000 miles within the first few weeks of the game. Determined to beat last year’s record total of 313,000 miles travelled in the six-week challenge, more than 10,000 people have signed up for this year’s… read more

County Lines Action – Latest Arrests and Charges

Officers have been carrying out more drugs warrants today (08/10) in Swindon as part of Wiltshire Police’s operation to stop County Lines. A total of eight males have been arrested today on suspicion of supplying crack and heroin. The properties visited today were: Mazurek Way – a 16-year-old boy arrested Kennedy Drive – a 16-year-old… read more

Greenbridge roundabout to shine for good causes

The lighting display at the Greenbridge roundabout will be lit up in glorious technicolour over the next few weeks in support of a number of charities. From Tuesday (1 Oct) until 13 October, the lights on the roundabout will shine orange and blue to raise awareness of MND North Wilts, a charity which supports people… read more

Under The Knife Brought to you by Keep Our NHS Public

With the real threat of a trade deal with the US looming, Under the Knife tells a chilling story of an NHS under attack like never before. This brand-new feature-length documentary directed by Emmy award-winner Susan Steinberg and brought to you free of charge by campaigning organisation Keep Our NHS Public and the local branch… read more