LIVE NEWS: 20/3/14
Updated 5:36pm Thursday 20th March 2014 in News
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Wiltshire Champions @SwindonHC u12 boys in the @swindonadver. thanks for a great report. @GenisysGroup @SelectionLtd http://t.co/HEEY9bQM4i— @MarkOdwyer6 20 March 2014
Swindon Town stars have got stuck in for Sport Relief a day early.
Kayden Jackson, Louis Thompson, Tyrell Belford and Jack Stephens took on teams from UK Shared Business Services in a Sport Relief Table Top Football Cup and were soundly beaten.
Full report in tomorrow's Adver, along with more Sport Relief madness.
Do you love your library? Old Town book lovers fear reduced opening hours when Arts Centre goes private @swindonadver http://t.co/dotA35bc5J— @EAMackley 20 March 2014
For more on the inquest into John Shailes' untimely death, see a short report from the coroner's court here.
People Assembly in Swindon call for end of ‘Eton Mess’ http://t.co/cXBBEWA8vO— @LivioPavone 20 March 2014
Friends of young Caitlin Hunt have continued to lay messages of love and flowers at Blair Parade, Moredon, where the nine-year-old died on Tuesday night.
Here is a particularly poignant one.
More than 5,600 households have signed up for the council’s new green waste collection service, which starts from the end of this month.
Interviews done, now time to get on the track http://t.co/PL55JLmqO7— @AndyWarren_ 20 March 2014
Swindon Festival of Literature have announced some big names that will be at its 21st birthday party today - more details here.
The coroner has given a verdict of accidental death in the inquest into John Shailes death.
The court heard ketamine may have been a contributory factor but the cause of death was recorded as drowning when the 27-year-old went for a swim in Mouldon Hill lake last July.
Full story to follow.
Is the budget good for you? Local fallout from Chancellor Osbourne's anouncements looks positive @SwindonAdver007 http://t.co/19nusaftec— @EAMackley 20 March 2014
Our crook of the day courtesy of @wiltshirepolice today is a man who stole a woman's mobile. http://t.co/m9Qm2B2ATg. http://t.co/1G3I4gshY2— @DArcysj 20 March 2014
Good news for the over-55s as new flats near the Whalebridge roundabout open officially today. Should be ample parking with that £15m state-of-the-art gem next door.
Questions are still coming in for David Renard, as the next man to face the Hotseat. Send yours to firstname.lastname@example.org please!
The inquest into the tragic death of John Shailes has just begun in Salisbury Coroner's Court.
And here's our back page - interesting perspective on Twitter's effect on football and footballers, some of whom really do need some PR training...
Here's our front page today - an emotive tribute to nine-year-old Caitlin Hunt from her mum Claire.
A cyclist has been taking to Great Western Hospital as a precaution after a collision with a grey Citroen C3 on County Road this morning.
The accident happened on the junction with Manchester Road and police and ambulance services attended
With the road partially blocked it caused severe congestion along County Road, the Magic Roundabout and Drake's Way.
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