THE owner of Malmesbury Garden Centre has been forced to quell rumours that the garden centre is closing down.
MALMESBURY’S last surviving bank branch is set to close despite a last-ditch appeal from councillors.
Campbell Ritchie, mayor of Malmesbury and Wiltshire Council member for Malmesbury Gavin Grant are calling on Lloyds Bank to stop the closure of the High Street branch.
Some symptoms could be more common for sufferers of the new UK coronavirus variant, research suggests.
LOCKED down nature lovers are being urged to take part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend.
HISTORIC churches across north and west Wiltshire are being urged by police to check their security precautions and take further action if necessary.
WILTSHIRE Council is highlighting the range of mental health support available for children and young people locally and nationally.
FIREFIGHTERS were called out early yesterday evening to help stop a canal boat from sinking.
They helped to stabilise a canal boat that was taking on water at the Caen Hill Marina at Rowde near Devizes.
DESPITE the national lockdown, officers from Wiltshire Police’s Operation Fortitude Team are continuing to disrupt criminal activity, seizing drugs and weapons and making arrests.
PRIME Minister Boris Johnson yesterday confirmed that schools across the country will not reopen until at least March 8.
Staff at Whatley Manor, in Malmesbury, are celebrating after they were featured in Michelin's newly-published 2021 list.
A “DISGRACEFUL” criminal with a history of targeting elderly and vulnerable victims in distraction burglaries stole an 83-year-old woman’s savings.
FIRE crews in Wiltshire were mobilised to tackle two fires in the open at Corsham and Market Lavington yesterday evening.
FIVE vehicles were stopped on the M4 on Friday for being dangerously overloaded.
In partnership with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, the Wiltshire Roads Policing Unit targeted commercial vehicles at Junction 18 of the M4.
A WILTSHIRE farmer has told how he kept an old 1950s naval shell for five years before deciding to report it to police.
EXPLOSIVE experts have detonated an unexploded wartime bomb found in a farmer’s field near Pewsey.
The four-inch naval shell was blown up last Friday – leaving a gaping hole in the farmer’s field at Stanton St Bernard.
FIRE crews in Devizes gained entry to a property earlier this morning to give South West Ambulance Service paramedics access to a patient who had fallen inside.