Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
HARD-WORKING members of the Malmesbury community have been rewarded for their dedication to the town and townsfolk at the annual Civic Awards.
A DOG has been put down in Malmesbury after contracting what vets believe to be Alabama Rot.
Vets at The George Veterinary Hospital, together with the owners, took the decision to put the dog down, after it failed to respond to treatment over the last couple of days.
CAFÉ owners are toasting their success after getting planning permission to double the size of their High Street premises.
KING Athelstan was apparently a stickler for fire safety regulations after a picture of his tomb decorated with a fire exit sign began circulating on Twitter.
It's one of the hottest days of the year! So, it's perhaps not the most obvious time to think about buying a wood-burning or multi-fuel stove, but maybe you should.
A motorist who is accused of leaving a man seriously injured in an incident on town's High Street has been released on bail.
FIRE crews spent six hours tackling a house fire in Great Somerford yesterday morning, due to the old design of the property and pockets of fire within it.
PUPILS at Malmesbury School were put through their paces as they attempted to run or walk to Russia for Sport Relief.
DONKEY'S led a procession of villagers to St Mary with St Ethelbert Church in Luckington on Palm Sunday.
MORE than 70 years after leaving Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School, one Athelstan House, Malmesbury resident has received a visit from pupils now attending the school.