BORIS Johnson has announced new UK lockdown measures to stem the spread of coronavirus - with police stepping in to deal with those breaking the rules.
WILTON Windmill will feature on an episode of TV's Escape to the Country this week.
The show, which has couples wanting to move to the countryside chose the area around the windmill and were filmed having a go grinding flour.
Burnham Court, the Abbeyfield Society’s housing development on Hodge Lane in Malmesbury opens their new community cafeWritten by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
FINDING time for a bite to eat, a drink and a chat has just been made easier with the opening of a new community cafe on Hodge Lane, Malmesbury.
SOMERSET-based Butcombe Pubs & Inns has temporarily closed two of its pubs in Malmesbury because of the coronavirus threat.
YOUNG chef, Julian Elkjaer, 22, is cooking up a feast as he is through to the semi-finals of Britain's Best Young Chef.
All people in the UK should avoid pubs, clubs and theatres, stop all non-essential contact and travel, and work from home if they can, Boris Johnson has said.
SUPERMARKET giant Aldi has announced that stores across the UK remain open, and have introduced new measures to customers.
CBBC Blue Peter Presenter and gardening expert, Lee Connelly, also known as The Skinny Gardener, visited Crudwell, Minety and Ashton Keynes primary schools on Wednesday as part of a nationwide tour of schools to get kids excited about gardening.
As we kick off the Wiltshire Business Awards 2020, we take a look back at last year’s winners and find out what they think about entering.
A train was left badly damaged after hitting debris on the tracks between Chippenham and Melksham.
The train from Swindon to Warminster went under it at 6.20pm.
A second case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Swindon.
According to an updated table of confirmed cases from Public Health England, Swindon now has two people who tested positive for the virus.
A RECORD number of people were forced to rely on Malmesbury and District Foodbank over Christmas to avoid going hungry.
Malmesbury League of Friends
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.
A total of 85 people in the UK have now been diagnosed with coronavirus, the Department of Health said.
BORIS Johnson has confirmed that workers will receive statutory sick pay from the first day they are off work due to the coronavirus.
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.