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Robert Buckland MP to open Dementia Summit in Swindon

Robert Buckland MP will be opening a Dementia Summit in Swindon on Friday, 25th November.

The event will bring together key local organisations from different sectors to discuss how we can make Swindon a more dementia friendly town.

Unemployment falls again in South Swindon

The number of people who are unemployed in South Swindon has fallen again.

According to the latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics, 982 people claimed Job Seeker's Allowance or Universal Credit in September 2016, down from 1,033 six months ago. 

Unemployment falls again in South Swindon

The number of people who are unemployed in South Swindon has fallen again.

According to the latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics, 982 people claimed Job Seeker's Allowance or Universal Credit in September 2016, down from 1,033 six months ago. 

Robert's Weekly Swindon Advertiser Article - 5th October 2016

It has been a very busy week in Swindon so it is difficult to know where to start when it comes to my column!  On Saturday, I was honoured to open an event at the Ellendune Centre in Wroughton that marked National Older Persons Day.  We seem to be getting more and more of these themed "days", but

Robert's Weekly Swindon Advertiser Article - 28 September 2016

I am sure that all of us in our local community are relieved that Christopher Halliwell has finally been brought to justice for the murder of Becky Godden.  It has been a long and tortuous process since Becky's remains were discovered in 2011, after Halliwell made admissions to the police and led