Malmesbury Newspapers

THE sun shone on Charlton Park in Malmesbury over the weekend, as the town welcomed tens of thousands of festival-goers....

THE much-loved summer art exhibition is in full flow in Malmesbury Town Hall, with help from some budding young talent, writes Eleanor Gustard....

Number plate thefts in Malmesbury

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POLICE have received reports of number plates being stolen from vehicles parked in Malmesbury and the Kemble Business Park....

POLICE in Malmesbury have been received reports that flowers pots have been stolen from businesses in the town....

A DAIRY in Brinkworth has once again proved it’s the cream of the farming crop, after being nominated for two national food awards.

Brinkworth Dairy has been shortlisted as the Best Artisan Producer in the Great British Cheese Awards and for their unsalted butter in the Great British Food Awards....

A TASK group that was set up in the wake of a pre-school closing in Sherston, is formulating plans for the future....

A SEXISM row has erupted after a hotel in Malmesbury advertised a job at a school, stating in the description that it was “just not a role for ladies”.

The advert for a porter position at Whatley Manor was placed in school in the area and later moved and put in the window of a post office....

ONE of Malmesbury’s best loved primary schools is at a cross-roads, as it decides whether to undergo a major expansion.

There is no easy decision for Malmesbury Church of England Primary School....

THE small rural town of Malmesbury becomes the home of world music and culture this week, as the internationally renowned WOMAD Festival returns to Charlton Park....

TEAMS from the Dyson headquarters in Malmesbury took part in an eight-hour football marathon to tackle Alzheimer’s recently.

Now an annual fixture at the firm, the event was well-supported by staff and was one of a series of events organised by Dyson in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK, the firm’s chosen charity.

This year four teams competed to claim the winner’s trophy – engineered from Dyson parts – with each player aiming to raise at least £60 in sponsorship, every pound of which was match-funded with a donation from the James Dyson Foundation.

The teams smashed their £10,000 fundraising target for pioneering dementia research before the first ball had even been kicked on Saturday (16)....





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