Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
WILTSHIRE'S biggest little festival kicks off tomorrow in Little Somerford with a variety of live music.
Running for 12 years, this year will be its last Fieldview Festival before it goes on hiatus and they hope to go off with a bang.
TENS of thousands of people enjoyed an eclectic mix of music, dance, arts and sumptuous food at this year's WOMAD festival.
BUDGET store Aldi has unveiled plans to open a branch in Malmesbury.
The chain has been keen to open a new store in the town for some time, and has since identified the Malmesbury Garden Centre, on Crudwell Road as a suitable location.
LIFECHANGING scholarships where people with a disability learn to fly have been praised by a Malmesbury woman who believes the experience has helped her come to terms with her illness.
A MARRIED man who got a vulnerable 11-year-old girl to carry out sex acts on herself has been jailed for five years.
HUNDREDS gathered for arguably the biggest event on the Sherston community calendar as the relatively quiet village was once again transformed into a giant boules pitch.
MALMESBURY residents who want to see budget superstore Lidl built in the town showed their support for the planning application at the Market Cross on Friday.
HUNDREDS of pupils from Malmesbury School arrived at their prom in style as many said a fond farewell to their school years.
PREPARATIONS are well underway to turn the village of Lea near Malmesbury into a piggy paradise.
Lea and Gardson Primary School PTA are holding their annual pig chase tomorrow and have been building their pig-like scarecrows that will be scattered around the village.
Dyson’s ten-hour match continues the football fever for dementia research
The competitive Dyson Football Marathon will be returning to help raise vital funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.