A TREE was blown over and split in two on Sadlers Mead in Chippenham as Storm Eleanor blew through the county on Tuesday night.

The tree was split in two after high winds travelled down the country from Northern Ireland and Scotland overnight.

A similar incident involving a large tree on Poulton Hill between Marlborough and Mildenhall blocked the entire road until around 2pm on Wednesday afternoon.

Police responded to 32 call outs in relation to the storm, with the vast majority being in relation to trees blown over into roads in the area.

A trampoline was swept from a garden and into Duncan Street play area in Calne.

The large outdoor trampoline with safety netting was spotted by a member of the town council on Wednesday morning. A spokesman for Calne Town Council said: "Today we found this trampoline in Duncan Street play area.

"If it belongs to you please get in touch before Monday 8th January. After this date we will need to dispose of it."

Emergency services reported that there was not a rise in incidents in relation to the storm after the county avoided the worst of its winds.

In Malmesbury a wall collapsed on Holway Hill near Tower House overnight.

A spokesman from Wiltshire Council confirmed that the area had been cordoned off and that building control officers were attending the effected area to make it safe.