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The LayStar Wiltshire magazine and news gazette is a free online creative writing resource for great stories, imaginative literary articles, travel guides, business articles along with news and gossip for Wiltshire.

LayStar welcomes article submission from new and experienced writers. Submit articles on general themes like bedtime stories, gardening and business advice. Submit articles of a local interest to Wiltshire, such as local gossip and news and places of interest in Wiltshire. You could also promote your business by writing an article about the industry that you serve.


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UK Road Safety Is A Money-Spinning Joke

By: Paul Smith
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Category: Have Your Say
Coverage: National

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With all the speed cameras and police patrols that are invested to uphold ‘road safety’, we should feel rest assured that our roads are safe. Not so. Police, cameras and action are employed under the disguise of ‘road safety’ but efforts are merely raising revenue in areas where drivers are easily caught out. Areas where road safety really matters are not being policed.


What's Under The Bonnet?

By: Paul Michael
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Category: Hobbies
Coverage: National

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As a lad I was always interested in the mechanics of bicycles, motor bikes and cars; in that order. I spent hours stripping things down, improving them in some way and then putting them back together. Today, alas, it seems that all we once enthusiastic people can do is look under the bonnet and scratch our heads in bewilderment of the technology.


After The Parade Is Over

By: Mark Robson
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Category: Local Gazette
Coverage: National

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5 Military Horses Are Formally Retired From A Lifetime Of Service. On Friday 3rd August 2012 The Horse Trust in Speen, Buckinghamshire, welcomed five very special new residents all retiring from the Military after many years of service, and one of the busiest ceremonial seasons of recent years.


Eat The Right Foods At The Menopause

By: Norma Goldman
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Category: Health and Fitness
Coverage: National

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Eating a balanced diet can keep you healthy at any age, but is particularly important as you approach the menopause. There are certain foods that can help to protect you against osteoporosis and heart disease and possibly even reduce your hot flushes and night sweats.


Portsmouth Roller Wenches!

By: Sean Kennedy-Referee
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Category: Sports
Coverage: National

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Portsmouth Roller Wenches are the only Roller Derby league in Portsmouth and are holding their first open Home bout at Havant leisure Centre on 4th August. Check out our website for all information!


Cotwolds Charm

By: Susan Claremont-Smith
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Category: Travel Guide
Coverage: National

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Our first port of call over our August Bank Holiday break was Bourton-On- the Water. The coach driver dropped us off in a dull car park at the back of the town and pointed out the pathway to the centre. Rain came down in shards. We peeped out from under an umbrella as the path ended and were amazed at the prettiest village green I have ever seen, bordered with tiny shops - but the best was yet to come...


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Britain set to accept more refugees
David Cameron is expected to announce plans to increase the number of refugees being allowed into the UK, taking people from Syrian border camps.

Kendall warns of Tory 'wipe out' bid
The Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses its new leader, candidate Liz Kendall warns during a TV debate.

Extra screen time 'hits GCSE grades'
An extra hour of television, internet or computer game time in Year 10 is linked with poorer grades at GCSE, Cambridge University research suggests.

Hinkley Point nuclear plant delayed
Energy giant EDF has admitted that construction of Britain's first new nuclear power plant in decades has been delayed.
 
 


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