Here we are with the Autumn edition covering October and November. With the clocks going back on 29th October, we trade in an extra hour in bed for the darker nights. Check out what’s on for lots to do in the area plus the highlight section for music, arts, courses and much much more.

A Local Life gets up close with Shelley Rudman, Olympic Silver Medallist in the Skeleton Bobsleigh 2006 Winter Olympics and since moving back to the area is now a dedicated Ambassador of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity. Wiltshire Music centre has the usual lively offerings plus see page 13 for acrobats and adventure, a family event at the Centre. Experience a circus show like no other in Max Calaf Sevé’s Anyday on Saturday 28th October. Max lives on a trampoline, with only his little pet bird for company.

We welcome a new gastronomic destination to the area with The Rusty Stag at Broughton Gifford – a unique fine drinking and dining experience, experimental food with an eccentric twist. Although we all like to be lazy and order in a pizza why not try making your own, there’s simply nothing to compare to fresh authentic pizza with our recipe.

It’s good to see various new businesses starting up in the town mentioned in this edition, its essential whether retail or services that we support what’s available in the area, our next issue in December will always champion local shops with the shopping page to inspire you for gifts from independent suppliers.

The deadline for the next edition is 3rd November.

We’ll see you in the Christmas edition!