Malmesbury Newspapers

A DEDICATED group of volunteers in Malmesbury have been using lockdown as a chance to spread awareness of how to make the town more sustainable.

Residents of Malmesbury have been urged to keep the town tidy as warmer months approach.

Online, the Town Council issued the following statement: "It’s so nice that Summer has finally arrived and we are all eager to enjoy our beautiful town and countryside, but we all need to play our part in keeping Malmesbury at its best.

The Cycling Group of the Malmesbury and District U3A met for the first time a few days after restrictions were lifted.

In the coming months, the public bus contracts for the Malmesbury area will be up for consideration by Wiltshire Council.

Malmesbury TV star Jason Durr, who plays nurse David Hide on BBC’s Casualty has been left delighted after the long-running show won a BAFTA.

Malmesbury TV star Jason Durr, who plays nurse David Hide on BBC’s Casualty has been left delighted after the long-running show won a BAFTA.

Malmesbury’s town mayor is eager and excited to help the town recover, and prosper, in the wake of the pandemic.

A WEST Wiltshire author and Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy raiser has just published her fourth book to raise funds for the national charity.

An online fundraising campaign for a Crudwell teenager to pay for life-changing surgery in America has been boosted by a £5,000 donation from the Malmesbury League of Friends (MLOF).

SHAKESPEARE Live are back at Cleeve House in Seend this summer with a new production of The Winter's Tale from Monday, July 5 to Saturday, July 10.

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