Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
WILTSHIRE Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to about a fire at St Joseph's Primary School in Malmesbury.
CONSUMERS across Wiltshire are being urged to join the fight against zombie batteries in a bid to tackle the growing number of fires caused by carelessly discarded dead batteries.
A WILTSHIRE information technology company has received an award from the High Sheriff for its dedication to the community during lockdown.
BRADFORD on Avon based IT support firm Systemagic Ltd has welcomed three new young faces to the award-winning team.
WITH the Help to Buy scheme changing in April 2021, Wiltshire estate agency Connells is advising potential home-movers to act now if they want to take full advantage of the current Government scheme.
FOOD and drink manufacturer Nestlé UK & Ireland has increased the number of places available for young people in its award-winning Nestlé Academy.
THE growing family team at Goughs Solicitors have been recognised as a ‘Band 1’ department by the prestigious Chambers and Partners legal directory.
SOCCER-mad Isaac and Benjamin Scott-Kelly are hoping to complete 100,000 keepy-ups by December 2 to raise cash to help relieve food poverty.
Social distancing measures in Malmesbury will be extended “for the foreseeable future” under new plans.
Malmesbury Town Council - working alongside Wiltshire Council - want to ensure the town's narrow streets and slim pavements can be seen as welcoming for locals and visitors alike who are looking to shop and support local retailers.
Police have traced a car they believe was used by hare coursing gangs in Wiltshire.
Hare coursing, illegal under the Hunting Act 2004, is a bloodsport where dogs are used to chase, catch and kill hares.