Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
MALMESBURY Beer and Sausage Festival was back with a bang this year at The Smoking Dog.
Crowds enjoyed the sunshine, live music and local beers, ciders and sausages on offer at the pub on the High Street.
A MALMESBURY School pupil has released a charity single in memory of her best friend.
Emily Jones, 15, released her first single called Sky Tonight on Friday (June 1), which celebrates the friendship she shared and lost with 14-year-old Hannah Cubin, who died suddenly in 2016 from a rare and undetected heart condition.
TORRENTIAL downpours yesterday (May 31) have caused havoc in parts of Wiltshire.
Station Road in Malmesbury was flooded yesterday evening due to blocked drains.
A TALENTED florist from Malmesbury has won a prestigious silver medal for the second time at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
MALMESBURY residents and business owners are asked to share their views on a proposed pedestrianisation of the Market Cross.
MALMESBURY School has been given a cash boost by Bloor Homes to upgrade its sixth form facilities.
The housebuilder has contributed £2,000 towards the school’s project which will see buildings undergo a complete modernisation which will help the Ofsted outstanding school to continue its success.
INSPIRED by her mother who had breast cancer, a Malmesbury woman has designed special leggings to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.
CLOTH bags are on sale to customers at a bakery in Malmesbury as it plans to be plastic free by 2019.
A Malmesbury hotel has won its four star award from the AA.
The Old Bell Hotel situated next to the 12th Century Malmesbury Abbey recently underwent a £1 million restoration of the restaurant, bar, lounges and rooms.
ENGLAND'S oldest hotel has won its four star award from the AA.
The Old Bell Hotel situated next to the 12th Century Abbey in Malmesbury recently underwent a £1 million restoration of the restaurant, bar, lounges and rooms.