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MLOF has donated a second sum of £25,000 to Wiltshire Air Ambulance. For part of last year, the charity had to lease a helicopter after its Bell 429 aircraft was grounded for technical reasons.

Thursday, 05 March 2020 00:13

Snack’s a monster!

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THIS is the giant Hula Hoop Taylor Carey discovered when she dipped into her salt and vinegar snack.

Wednesday, 04 March 2020 02:45

34 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in UK - bringing total to 85

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

A total of 85 people in the UK have now been diagnosed with coronavirus, the Department of Health said.

Wednesday, 04 March 2020 00:40

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson says workers will get statutory sick pay

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

BORIS Johnson has confirmed that workers will receive statutory sick pay from the first day they are off work due to the coronavirus.

Monday, 02 March 2020 19:54

300-year-old bell stolen from Britain's smallest church in Wiltshire

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

A BELL was stolen from Britain’s smallest church .

The 300-year-old bronze bell was taken from 15th century Bremilham Church at Cowage Farm, Malmesbury, overnight between February 26 and 27 last week.

Sunday, 01 March 2020 23:45

Two Malmesbury School pupils placed in self-isolation over Coronavirus fears

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Two pupils at Malmesbury School have been placed in self-isolation as a precaution against Coronavirus.

Neither student has been diagnosed as contracting the virus but have isolated themselves at home to look out for symptoms.

Sunday, 01 March 2020 20:24

Nursery excludes children with siblings at Coronavirus-hit Tetbury primary school

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

A NURSERY has excluded all siblings of children who attend a Coronavirus-hit school 20 miles from Swindon.

Tiggers Nursery, based on Quercus Road in Tetbury, has made the decision following advice from Public Health England.

THE two cases of Coronavirus just across the county border in Gloucestershire are both linked.

It was confirmed on Sunday that the first person in the county to test positive for the virus is a member of staff at St Mary's Primary School in Tetbury who became infected whilst in Northern Italy.

Friday, 28 February 2020 18:00

Leap year proposal: Why women traditionally propose on February 29

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

THIS month we've got an extra day in February for the first time since 2016 - and today's the day!

TESCO is cutting more than 1,800 jobs as part of changes to bakeries in its large supermarkets.

The supermarket giant said 1,816 bakery staff are at risk of redundancy as part of the overhaul, which will take place from May.