Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
A UK-based charity is raising awareness of a little known, genetic, neurological disorder disorder for those who have the condition but have not get been diagnosed.
A remembrance service is to be held in Malmesbury as part of a national service for people who have sadly lost a baby or babies, whether during pregnancy, at birth, or infancy.
A NICHE real estate consultancy based in Malmesbury is celebrating after it won an award at the BCO Regional Awards in Bristol.
STAFF at Malmesbury’s Keralan Indian Restaurant are launching an appeal to raise money for people affected by the Keralan.
WORK to restore a historic but derelict 18th-century chapel in Malmesbury into an extension of the Athelstan Museum is well underway, with the building now being named.
DYSON has announced plans to submit a planning application to Wiltshire Council outlining the next phase of its electric vehicle development at Hullavington Airfield.
A MAN accused of importing an illegal child sex doll has been made to sign the sex offenders register after pleading guilty to downloading hundreds of indecent images of children.
ANIMAL lovers from Malmesbury spent three weeks gaining the trust of a stray dog living in a field to give her a chance to find her forever home.
COURT: Ritchie Plumb has been sent for trial accused of importing banned child sex dolls along with charges of making and possessing images of child sex abuse.
FOR much of my life, I foolishly told myself that festivals weren’t for me.
“My favourite musician is Bruce Springsteen and many of the other names on my iTunes song list are dead now”, I said.