Malmesbury Newspapers

STRANGE and quirky scarecrows representing famous brand names are appearing in Kington Langley this weekend as the village's annual festival takes place and the charity Doorway will be the winner.

A Hermann tortoise has been stolen from a garden in Ivy Field.

The tortoise is very large and over 80 years old and worth about £400.

A BOY accused of murdering schoolgirl Ellie Gould will appear in court this morning.

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of killing the Hardenhuish School pupil at a home in Calne on May 4.

FORMER RAF personnel who may feel isolated and lonely now have a place to meet up in Calne.

KEEN amateur photographers in Swindon are being given an extra incentive to get out and about with their cameras this summer.

Leigh Delamere Services on eastbound M4 have been shut due to a diesel spillage.

The services are located between Junction 18 and Junction 17.

COMPANIES are being challenged to take on a new walking marathon that shows off the best of Wiltshire to raise money for Julia’s House.

Tuesday, 04 June 2019 04:18

Memorial to Fighter Command

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ONE of the key Wiltshire airfields used during the Second World War by RAF Fighter Command has had a memorial unveiled to the memory of those who served there.

Saturday, 25 May 2019 20:01

Plans afoot for carnival

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AUGUST is set to see the biggest and best month of events in the history of the Malmesbury Carnival.

BIRTHDAY girl Helen Barker was given a surprise party by the congregation of her village church on Sunday.