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Time At Town Blog Coming Soon!



A great new blog is coming to Vital Swindon Town hosted by our very own NDL95.

NDL95 will be hosting various interviews over the season with various former members of Swindon Town looking back at their career at the County Ground.

The first interview will come later this week and is exclusive to this site and NDL95.

The first interview is with recently departed midfielder Jonathan Smith who returned to York City over the weekend just a year after making the switch to Wiltshire.

You don't want to miss this so check back later on in the week for an exclusive interview with the former Town midfielder.

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