A 12-year-old boy is being treated in hospital after falling through a roof at a school in Wiltshire.
Jermaine Beckford scores a hat-trick as Preston thrash Swindon Town in the League One play-off final at Wembley.
The family of a woman stabbed to death in Swindon earlier in the month release balloons on Saturday evening to celebrate her life.
Bath reach their first Premiership final since 2004 with a comfortable play-off semi-final win over Leicester Tigers.
BBC Sport takes a look at some of the stories behind this weekend's Football League play-off finals.
The Bishop of Salisbury announces a "special pilgrimage" to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
The daughter of a Swindon woman who was stabbed to death last week has paid tribute to a "loving" mother who would do "anything for anyone".
A Russian rocket, which was once the fastest machine in the earth's atmosphere, is installed in a private garden in a Wiltshire village.
Promotion will give Swindon Town a "real opportunity" to keep hold of their star players, says manager Mark Cooper.
Plans for events to be staged in the garden of the former home of Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath are turned down.
Rail unions call off a national strike, planned for the bank holiday, after receiving a "revised offer" in their pay dispute with Network Rail.
Taffy, one of the Royal Welsh Regiment's goats used as a ceremonial mascot, dies.
Two men who operated a recycling plant that burned for two months are charged with environmental offences.
Rail companies are starting to cancel bank holiday weekend services, as talks continue to try to avert a planned strike by Network Rail workers.
Bath have to be "mad for it" when they face Leicester in the Premiership play-off semi-finals, says fly-half George Ford.
Rugby league convert Sam Burgess is one of eight Bath players named in England's 50-man World Cup training squad.
A brewery near Stonehenge that drilled its own well to reduce costs begins bottling up its water and selling it.
The Bishop of Salisbury in yew tree project
Could be permanently closed to protect site
Rail passengers who use services through Bath and into Wiltshire are warned of a summer of disruption as work to electrify the line takes place.