Malmesbury Newspapers

THIS month’s screening from the Malmesbury Film Society features the film Grandma.

Starring Lily Tomlin and Julia Garner, it is about a misanthropic poet who takes her granddaughter across Los Angeles in search of the money she needs to terminate an unwanted pregnancy....

THE inaugural winner of the Wilts & Glos Standard North Wiltshire Teacher of the Year competition was crowned this week, during a surprise presentation....

THE youth service in Wiltshire has been “virtually abolished” in a fresh move that will leave Malmesbury without a single dedicated youth worker.

Two years ago 144 community youth officers covered Wiltshire, now just five remain....

THE results from a county-wide survey into possible changes to bus services in Wiltshire are in, with more than 11,000 people taking part in the discussion....

A MALMESBURY woman who led police officers on a high-speed chase through the streets of Swindon to Royal Wootton Bassett has narrowly avoided being sent to jail, but been told she won’t be allowed to attend a family holiday to Scotland.

Alice Edwards caught the attention of police officers on patrol during the early hours of the morning of May 14 after she clipped a mini roundabout....

MALMESBURY has been officially moved to South Gloucestershire, Bloor Homes has claimed....

A PROJECT that hopes to introduce more young people to skateboarding in Malmesbury has got underway and is appealing to local businesses for support....

RESIDENTS are being invited to take part in a communal picnic for the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations next month in Malmesbury.

The town council are organising a ‘picnic in the park’ event to be held at St Aldhelm’s Mead on Sunday, July 12, from 3-5pm.

People are encouraged to bring their own food and drink and join in with the giant community picnic....

A VOLUNTEER from Malmesbury, who has been supporting refugees in the Calais ‘Jungle’ over the past year, got to spend the day in more regal surroundings recently.

Esther Hamill attended a garden party with the Queen at Buckingham Palace with 8,000 other volunteers of various causes on May 19....

IN selecting his charities for the civic year, Malmesbury’s new mayor has looked close to home.

Town councillor Wayne Jones officially took up the role at his ‘robing’ ceremony earlier this week and publicly announced the charities that he would be supporting during his civic year as mayor.

The 44-year-old chose the Wiltshire Air Ambulance (WAA), HEALS of Malmesbury and Malmesbury and District Link to benefit from his fundraising activities....

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