Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

DYSON'S engineers were tasked with the design and development of an intelligent machine last week as the annual 24 hour development challenge got underway.

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 17:00

Tributes paid to Duke of Beaufort

TRIBUTES from the equestrian world have been flooding in over the past week following the death of David Somerset, the 11th Duke of Beaufort and the owner of Badminton House.

Thursday, 24 August 2017 13:00

Malmesbury welcome twinning delegation

THE largest delegation from one of Malmesbury's twinned towns crossed the channel for a visit last week as the annual visit got under way.

AN ENTIRE class at Malmesbury School have failed their Hair and Beauty VTCT certificate despite passing their exams. 

Pupils were left distraught after they opened their brown envelopes on GCSE results day to discover a U grade yesterday morning.

MORE cyclists than ever before will be taking part in the Tour de Dyson fundraiser for Alzheimer's Research UK when it makes its return next month.

VISITORS will be able to meet firefighters, police officers and paramedics at the Emergency Services Show on Sunday (September 3).

Wiltshire Police are seeking the help of the public to identify a man who they wish to speak to in connection with theft offences in Malmesbury.

A retirement development in Malmesbury recently celebrated its grand opening, where a number of apartments have already been reserved.

Churchill Retirement Living celebrated the opening of the new William Lodge on Gloucester Road earlier this month where 60 visitors admired the professionally designed show complex and were treated to sparkling wine and nibbles.

A MAN threatened a neighbour with a carving knife because he thought she had branded him a paedophile on Facebook.

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 13:30

Malmesbury Carnival a huge success

PEOPLE from Malmesbury and beyond ditched their everyday attire to take part in the popular Malmesbury Carnival procession dressed up as everything from Romans and mime artists, to little trolls on Saturday.