Hot snippets: woolies/United services/policing(March 28, 2009)
A LAST trip down memory lane is on offer as Woolworths has returned to Warminster but not to the High Street.
A visit to the Poundstretcher store in Fairfield Road now sees the woolies branded stock on their shelves instead.
Their value for money stationery is even better priced now.
SOLD stickers have been slapped on the last traditional social club in Warminster as the property was disposed of by public auction on Thursday.
The United Services Club in Imber Road was one of six lots to come under the hammer at just after 2pm and it sold for £150,000.
In the 1980s it was also complemented by the Joint Social Club in Weymouth Street. It was demolished and the membership voted to move to the town football club.
COMMUNITY beat manager Mark Rawstron is currently targeting his Warminster based neighbourhood policing team on three issues of public concern.
Describing the priority plans officers will be using their powers to tackle littering in the Market Place.
The damage being caused to the war memorial at Copheap is another issue with a spate of bad behabiour on the Selwood Housing estate in east Warminster another area for their attention.