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Wednesday, 07 October 2020 02:16

Dauntsey’s will hold two virtual open mornings in October

Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Dauntsey’s will hold two virtual open mornings in October.

Due to current restrictions, Dauntsey’s is unable to hold these meetings in-person and will hold them online instead.

BRITISH singer-songwriter, pianist and composer Will Lawton has formed a new band called the Alchemists.

Earlier this summer, they launched a new part-live album, Abbey House Session, recorded in Malmesbury last year.

The first AGM for the Royal United Hospitals Baths NHS Foundation Trust will be held next week.

The number of Covid cases in Wiltshire jumped by 90 over the weekend, as figures across the UK were revised up by thousands due to a data error.

A new hub is set to launch next year to help improve the health and mental wellbeing of people across Wiltshire.

HUNDREDS of pupils at secondary schools across north and west Wiltshire have been sent home to self-isolate after several outbreaks of the Covid-19 coronavirus.

Fewer developers and homeowners sought planning permission in Wiltshire during lockdown, as applications fell by more than 10 per cent compared to a year ago.

A CAT in the Corston area has died a day after being found on a doorstep with deliberate slash wounds.

A CAT in the Corston area has died a day after being found on a doorstep with deliberate slash wounds.

POLICE this morning appealed for witnesses to a collision on the M4 yesterday after the driver involved later died at home after suffering a heart attack.