Wiltshire Life November 2020 issue

Highlights from our November edition include:

• Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, chemical warfare expert, author and government advisor on the Salisbury Novichok poisonings talks about biosecurity and why the world is waking up to its risks

• Dame Elizabeth Neville a former Chief Constable of Wiltshire explains that with the help of an electric bicycle, she is discovering more of the Wiltshire countryside

• Dynamic and creative inventor Tom Lawton continues Malmesbury’s tradition of innovation

• We reflect on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II - discovering stories of the men who defended the country on the home front and the Commonwealth soldiers who are buried here in the county

• We find out about plans to create a permanent memorial to the Spitfire

• Follow the work of the blood bikers, volunteers who work alongside the emergency and health services

• How to create interest in the autumn garden and the tasks to carry out ahead of the spring

• Relive the fun of the fair with the Whitelegg family

• The top five walks perfect for spotting wildlife

• Also, free with this issue, is our eating out guide, it showcases many of the county’s wonderful pubs, restaurants and cafes.

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