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Wiltshire Community History

Timeline for Date 1902

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Aldbourne 1902 Responsibility for the National School in Aldbourne passes to Wiltshire County Council
Amesbury 1902 The Amesbury and Military Camp Light Railway built as a branch of the London & South Western Railway from Grately in Hampshire to Amesbury via Newton Tony; Amesbury Fire Brigade established
Broughton Gifford 1902 Scool closes due to scarlatina, whooping cough, tonsilitis and other 'weaknesses', there is a week long holiday celebrating the coronation of King Edward VII.
Hullavington 1902 Average attendance of school is 114
Marlborough 1902 Town Hall rebuilt by C E Ponting
Melksham 1902 B. Sawtell & Sons commence a business cleaning feathers used for bedding at their factory in Old Broughton Road
Pewsey 1902 A horse-drawn steam-powered fire engine is purchased and a new building erected in North Street to house it; the infants' school in River Street is renamed Council Mixed and Infants' school
Sherston 1902 Alfred Parkinson and Alfred Lister run the silk mill
Wilton 1902 Wilton Parochial School united with the National Society and renamed the National School

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