Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
CHRISTMAS revellers thronged the centre of Malmesbury on Friday when the town threw open the doors for an evening of late night shopping and festive celebrations.
THE future of Braeside and Oxenwood education centres is on the table next Tuesday when Wiltshire Council's cabinet meets to decide whether to start talks with preferred bidders Wiltshire College and Community First.
SUPERMARKET Aldi is inviting people to find out more about its plans for a new store in Malmesbury with an exhibition at the Assembly Room in the Town Hall on Wednesday December 12 from 2pm till 7.30pm.
NURSES have praised the generosity of a community group that has donated enough cash to buy a state-of-the-art baby incubator.
BENDY Bow in Oaksey will be regenerated by housing association GreenSquare, with 12 older houses to be demolished and replaced by 24 new, affordable homes.
More than 600 people joined Malmesbury Against Plastic's Plastic Unwrapped Festival in the Town Hall on Saturday.
Festival co-ordination Mandy Dobson said: I think it was a pretty amazing event.
DOROTHY House Hospice has invited local people to attend its annual Light Up a Life Services to remember loved ones at Christmas.
WESTONBIRT Arboretum is transforming into an illuminated winter wonderland for this year's Enchanted Christmas attraction in December.
The festival attracts visitors from far and wide, and this year’s dazzling attraction will include a new route of spectacular illuminations and twinkling lights as visitors weave their way along the woodland trail.
A marine conservationist, a packaging technologist at Marks and Spencer, and the boss of a local company at the forefront of plastic recycling innovation will all speak at the Plastic Unwrapped Festival in Malmesbury on Saturday.
A NEW animal rescue centre near Malmesbury is appealing for funds to help take care of a collection of chicken, ducks, rheas, pigs, rabbits and goats.