Malmesbury Newspapers

DEEP in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, lies an emporium of mustard and spice.

At Easton Grey, near Malmesbury, Tracklements was set up by William Tullberg, when he wanted a tasty mustard, and found a recipe in the diary of John Evelyn, a 17th century gentleman and Royalist.

IF you go down to the woods today... you may be in for a big surprise.

Wiltshire's wandering wallaby has been spotted again on Somerford Common.

THE new Bishop of Ramsbury admits he is on a 'vertical learning curve' after being appointed on January 25, in Southwark Cathedral in London.

A CHAMPION for community-based flood resilience, Mary Dhonau OBE wants to hear from people who live or work in a flood risk area.

THE Angel at Sherston will be closing its doors on Sunday, as its owners seek planning permission to convert part of the Grade II listed building into a home.

THE future of low-cost grocery shopping in Malmesbury will be decided on Wednesday when Wiltshire Council decides on planning applications made by both Aldi and Lidl to build supermarkets in the town.

Friday, 22 February 2019 23:05

Raising funds for Julia's House

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SPONSORED abseiling, cake sales, dress down days and prize draws at international Malmesbury consultancy IMSM raised £1093 for Julia's House, the Dorset and Wiltshire children's hospice.

ENJOY coffee and cake and help raise money for Cancer Research UK at a special Warming Morning in Malmesbury on Tuesday.

THREE children from 1st Malmesbury Beavers have achieved the highest award in Beaver Scouts.

The trio of Euans Lacey, Owen Brockett and Edward Dimbylow reached the standard required for completing the six Challenge badges over their time with the troop.

YOUNG people from Malmesbury School joined a global day of protest to campaign for action on climate change.