Malmesbury Newspapers

A REPORT of a van following a 10-year-old child in Malmesbury has been cleared up and described as a misunderstanding.

Technology and engineering giant Dyson has faced criticism at the announcement its head office will relocate from the UK to Singapore.

WILTSHIRE Police increased patrols in Malmesbury following reports of a man in a van following a 10-year-old child.

A MAN tried to grab a primary school child in Malmesbury.

A letter was sent out to parents of youngsters at Malmesbury CE Primary today recounting the incident, telling them no children would be allowed to leave the school alone.

Brexit-backing businessman Sir James Dyson is to relocate the Dyson head office from the UK to Singapore.

The bombshell announcement will mean Dyson is no longer a British registered company and Singapore will become its main tax base.

Former firefighter the late Roy Evans was carried to his funeral in Sherston on a 1943 Austin fire engine on Friday.

PREPARATIONS are well underway for this year's Badminton Horse Trials, in the 28th and final event with the sponsorship of Mitsubishi Motors.

FOLK singer Dave Webber has achieved his dream and become a published author with a romance novel called A Secret Harvest.

A CRISIS has developed for a parish council in a village near Devizes as the fields in its area have been swallowed up with new development.

VOLUNTEERS from HEALS (Help Empowerment and Local Support) of Malmesbury served Christmas lunch for local people, with the help of a £150 donation from Cotswold-based firm McGills Chartered Accountants.