SHARP-EYED viewers watching the BBC drama about the Novichok poisonings in Salisbury this week will have seen streets in Malmesbury used for the filming.
NORTH Wiltshire MP James Gray has today welcomed the reopening of high street shops.
He is planning a social distancing tour of towns and villages in his constituency to see how retailers and shoppers are getting on following lockdown restrictions being eased.
Boris Johnson has announced that from Saturday, June 13 - single adult households in England will be able to form a “support bubble” with another household.
A FIBRE-optic company is nearly halfway towards being able to provide Malmesbury with a ultra-fast broadband service.
Burger King has re-opened two restaurants in Wiltshire as part of its phased re-opening plan.
The branches at and Chippenham Services and Amesbury Services on the A303 are now serving again.
Many of Malmesbury’s unique retailers are set to re-open next week with a new social distancing scheme.
A controversial application to build 71 homes in Malmesbury could be ‘called in’ by the secretary of state.
MALMESBURY Tennis Club is offering free tennis to the local community.
Following the further easing of lockdown restrictions in England, all tennis courts are now able to open to allow doubles play, with members from different households.
An emergency hardship fund to support vulnerable people and families in the Malmesbury area during the coronavirus pandemic has raised more than £15,000.
A FAMILY was left terrified when a Malmesbury man approached their car with what they took to be a weapon in his hand.
A DECISION which will see over 70 homes built in Malmesbury could affect communities all over Wiltshire which already have Neighbourhood Plans, says an angry Mayor.
Malmesbury Town Council and the Malmesbury Town Team are working together to help support the high street and local businesses.
North Wiltshire MP James Gray has called on Dominic Cummings should step back from government.
The Prime Minister’s senior adviser is in the limelight for alleged trips to Durham last month.
TEA and coffee retailer Whittard of Chelsea is helping to raise the spirits of Wiltshire care home residents who are missing visits from family and friends during lockdown.