Malmesbury Newspapers

RESIDENTS who complained about staff at the new Waitrose store in Malmesbury using an illegal car park on farmland behind their homes are hoping their nights of disturbed sleep are over....

A CONTROVERSIAL bid to have traders’ A boards removed from the historic Market Cross in Malmesbury is due to be put before an extraordinary town council meeting tonight.

The council owns the Grade I listed ancient monument built more than 600 years ago to shelter market traders....

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THE inspector appointed to examine the Malmesbury Neighbourhood plan has decided to have a hearing in public next month....

Saturday, 16 August 2014 10:00

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A MALMESBURY Dr Doolittle is nursing a tiny deer back to health in his garden shed after he found it injured in the road....

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PEOPLE in Malmesbury are among the first in Wiltshire to be offered text alerts on crimes in their area....

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A FALKLANDS War veteran who started a charity that has helped thousands of cadets and reservists take part in expeditions across the globe, has been recognised by the Prime Minister for his work....

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STAFF and pupils at Malmesbury School celebrated a vintage A Level year with a record 89 per cent of grades at A* to C....

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HISTORIAN Bob Browning has brought out a new book on Malmesbury Carnival....

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A FAMILY of Tiggers leapt out of an aircraft at the weekend to raise money for the children’s hospital that treated a Sherston toddler.

Tigger was little Alfie-Ray Clark’s favourite character and when he died from a rare form of cancer two years ago, family and friends donned Tigger costumes for his funeral.

On Saturday they zipped them on once again to raise money for Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal with a skydive.

“It was absolutely amazing,” said Kelly....

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WORK on a housing development in Sherston has been on hold for the past month because of neighbours’ complaints that the new properties will be too high and could cause flooding.

Residents in Easton Square were so alarmed when they spotted a surveyor marking out a new ground level around a metre higher than the existing level that they alerted Wiltshire Council planners who issued a stop notice....

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