The High Sheriff of Wiltshire at the #GE2017

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The High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Penelope Marland, talked to us during the 2017 General Election count in the Chippenham constituency. She told us about her role as the Returning Officer for Wiltshire and her wider remit as High Sheriff for the next year, with a particular emphasis on Mental Health awareness.

The High Sheriff of Wiltshire at the #GE2017

The High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Penelope Marland, talked to us during the 2017 General Election count in the Chippenham constituency. She told us about her role as the Returning Officer for Wiltshire and her wider remit as High Sheriff for the next year, with a particular emphasis on Mental Health awareness.  Watch video >>

Community Policing is coming to Corsham

Following a number of pilots around Wiltshire, from October 17th this year there will be a change in the way that Wiltshire Police look after our community with a shift to what has been called the 'Community Policing Team' (CPT) model. This video, produced for Wiltshire Police, explains more about it and for more information visit: http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/information/community-policing-pilot  Watch video >>

Battle of the Somme remembered 100 years on

July 1st marked the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme and Corsham joined many other places around the UK and in Europe with a commemoration ceremony and a two minute silence. One of the bloodiest World War One battles, fought along a 15-mile front near the River Somme in Northern France, 19,240 British soldiers were killed on the first day alone. Five months later more than a million people were dead or wounded from all sides.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Opening

The EU Referendum debate you are about to watch is hosted by political broadcaster, Elinor Goodman, and is a joint production between Corsham TV and BBC Wiltshire and in this first clip Elinor introduces the panelists. The debate is divided up into the questions that were asked by members of the audience and a number of pre-recorded videos produced to ensure we heard a wide variety of views from Wiltshire. The debate was hosted by Wiltshire College in Lackham and recorded on Monday 6th June. You can select the parts of the debate you want to watch or view the entire programme. The debate was also broadcast on BBC Radio Wiltshire at 9am on June 9th 2016.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Questions 2 & 3

The second and third question asked in Wiltshire's EU Referendum debate focused on sovereignty and Britain's national identity. The two questions were taken together by the panel.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate- Question 1

The first question asked in Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate focused on the risks of leaving the EU and what the possibilities were of rejoining if things went wrong.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Question 7

The final question asked in our Referendum debate with BBC Wiltshire focussed on the effect that exiting the EU might have on our current ability to live and work in Europe and the security benefits that the UK receives from being part of the EU. If you've any comments about this debate please tweet us @CorshamTV or email hello@corshamtv.tv.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Question 6

The 6th question focussed on one of the main issues raised in the national debate and concentrated on the impact that the outcome of the EU Referendum would have on immigration.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Question 5

The 5th question asked about what guarantees there would be if we left the EU, that regulations that protect the environment would be kept in place.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate - Question 4

The 4th question asked in Wiltshire's EU Referendum Debate focussed on what would be the economic implications for the UK if we left the EU, particularly in regards to farming and agriculture.  Watch video >>

The views of 2 students from Wiltshire College in Lackham on the EU Referendum

Charles Williams & Philip Allison are students on the farming courses offered at the Lackham Campus of Wiltshire College. We asked them for their views on the EU Referendum.  Watch video >>

David Hatherell of Chippenham's Pit Stop on the EU Referendum

During a BBC Wiltshire breakfast programme Outside Broadcast from the Chippenham Pit Stop, by Junction 17 of the M4, we asked its Managing Director for his views on the Referendum.  Watch video >>

James Gray MP on the EU Referendum

As one of the pre-recorded videos for our EU Referendum debate we asked both local MPs for their position on the choice facing voters. In this video the MP for North Wiltshire, James Gray, explains why he is campaigning to leave the EU.  Watch video >>

A haulier's view on the EU Referendum

Andy Boyle is a previous Chairman of the Road Haulage Association and during a BBC Wiltshire Outside Broadcast of their breakfast programme we asked him for his views on the EU referendum.  Watch video >>

Michelle Donelan MP on the EU Referendum

As one of the pre-recorded videos for our EU Referendum debate we asked both local MPs for their position on the choice facing voters. In this video the MP for Chippenham, Michelle Donelan, explains why she supports Remain.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire College's Assistant Principal on the EU Referendum

Ian Revill, the Assistant Principal of Wiltshire College, with responsibility for the Lackham Campus and all the farming and land-based courses, gave us his views on the debate.  Watch video >>

Police & Crime Commissioner reports to Corsham Area Board

At the Corsham Area Board on January 21st, 2016 Wiltshire's Police & Crime Commissioner, Angus Macpherson, discussed recent increases in crime reporting and his current consultation on police funding. To take part in the consultation which closes at 10am on February 2nd, visit: http://www.wiltshire-pcc.gov.uk/Events-and-Engagement/News-Archive/2016/January/Still-time-to-have-your-say-on-police-tax-plan.aspx  Watch video >>

James Gray MP on planning and development

As part of his New Year 2016 interview with Corsham TV, James Gray MP, talks about life in Wiltshire and focuses on future planning and development in local communities.  Watch video >>

Wiltshire's Police & Crime Commissioner on Corsham Campus

Angus Macpherson is the Police & Crime Commissioner for the Wiltshire Police force area. He spoke to us about local and neighbourhood policing and how Corsham is leading the way with a new holistic delivery of policing from the Springfield Community Campus in the old leisure centre. For more information and to contact the P&CC please visit: www.wiltshire-pcc.gov.uk  Watch video >>