Malmesbury Newspapers

Tuesday, 18 June 2019 18:01

Town's package free store opens

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A NEW store has opened in Malmesbury offering shoppers zero packaging when they buy their food.

The Wild Food Company sell a range of unpackaged loose foods covering all the staples including, oats, seeds, nuts, lentils, rice, pasta, peppercorns and popping corn using their gravity dispensers.

One of Malmesbury's biggest tourist attractions is up for sale.

The Abbey House in Malmesbury, famous for its stunning gardens has been put on the market for £2.5 million.

FREEVIEW users in Swindon may need to retune their TV equipment on June 19 in order to stay up to date with their favourite programmes.

A TEAM of Wiltshire Air Ambulance supporters had the support of two Olympians when they completed a fundraising challenge in Snowdonia National Park.

LITTER teams in Malmesbury have been around brushing up the streets of the town and now want suggestions of where else to clean.

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.