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A Thriving Business Community...

With creativity at its heart, Malmesbury has always been at the forefront with cutting edge inventions and ideas. The town centre itself is alive with useful shops and businesses.
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A great place to live...

Rich in history, Malmesbury sits upon a hilltop as one of the oldest continously inhabited sites in Britain. A beautiful place, it maintains a strong community today.
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Vibrant Town Centre

Malmesbury's compact town centre provides a vibrant, sociable hub to the community and a convenient central location for useful shops, commercial services and a range of pubs, cafes and restaurants.
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Vineyard beats this year's bad weather for 'best ever' vintage


A WINE producer near Malmesbury is celebrating a fine vintage despite this year’s harsh conditions for the crop.

Bow-in-the-Cloud vineyard say they have not been hit hard by the sever spring frost that damaged fruit buds across the country.

The four-and-a-half acre Garsdon-based château has been growing Bacchus, Seyval Blanc and Schönburger varieties of grapes since 1992 and producing wine since 1995.

Keith Willingale, proprietor of Bow-in-the-Cloud, said: “The vineyards in this area suffered the most but fortunately Noah’s Ark was only mildly affected.

"It has been hard work but somehow the vineyard has produced a satisfactory crop that is actually several weeks early.

“In particular, the Seyval Blanc grape variety is about a month early and promises to be the best quality ever.

"This is the variety that is used to produce the vineyard’s renowned Cloud Nine bubbly which was used for the Queen’s millennial visit to Malmesbury.”

Go to bowinthecloud.co.uk for more information.

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