Knees have released detailed photos of a shoplifter who they say acted as part of a gang. Images have been circulated locally, including amongst all members of the Chamber of Commerce and shopkeepers are urged to be vigilant.
Local Malmesbury Air Cadet James Slade (14) is on cloud nine after being promoted to the Rank of Cadet Corporal. Cadet Corporal Slade who has been a cadet for a year and a half, was selected for promotion by demonstrating commitment, dedication and possessing excellent communication skills.
From small beginnings four years ago, Malmesbury’s philosophy festival has now become established as a regular event in the historic Wiltshire market town, and the hope is to establish Malmesbury as the UK’s first “philosophy town” and a focus for thinkers across the country.
A night of acoustic music is set to take place at the skittle alley behind The Three Cups, starting this coming Saturday, 1st October.
Our Wiltshire Councillor for Malmesbury, Simon Killane recently put a number of probing questions to developer, Gleeson who controls the land at Filands and Gleeson responded with a five page letter. He asked...
The October edition of the Sherston Cliffhanger has now been published. This issue features the new quality goods shop in Sherston, set up temporarily inside the Old School building.
If so why not share it with other people? Malmesbury Harvest Share, set up by Lynn Ashman from Malmesbury, collects surplus local produce to make regular deliveries to Bristol charity, FareShare, who distribute it to organisations who can get it to people in need.
We've uploaded the details of next month's 'Malmesbury philosophytown', a festival of history and ideas. It's taking place in Malmesbury Abbey, The Old Bell Hotel and at Abbey House Gardens on 14th, 15th and 16th October.
The British and Polish men and women who died at the battle of Arnhem were recently commemorated by Malmesbury Air Cadets James Slade and Alasdair Kennedy who marched 15 kilometres through the town of Oosterbeek, into the nearby forest, where the majority of the battle took place, and finally back to the war cemetery in the town.
Concerns have been raised over a planning application that's been submitted by the town clerk at the Town Hall. It is not known whether town councillors were consulted before the application went in for conversion of the community Market Room inside the Town Hall to a commercial hairdressing salon / beauty salon but with eight other hairdresses already in the town, as well as numerous mobile hairdressers and beauty therapists, it's likely to be the cause of significant controversy.
A special meeting has been called to enable the community to hear and discuss proposals from two different supermarkets on their respective plans to develop a new store in or around the town.
A charity football match in memory of Rita Walker is taking place on Sunday 2nd October at around lunch time. It is being held at Malmesbury Victoria Football Ground and is in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Wiltshire Police have released their new 101 non-emergency telephone number.
Please remember to update your details and to store it in your phone!
The September issue of The MVCAP Times has just been released, with info on their new ‘Community Hub’, as well as their upcoming fundraising events.