Malmesbury’s Red Bull Inn has stepped in to support Heals of Malmesbury and its emergency ‘Meals’ on Wheels service.
THREE of Wiltshire’s top event riders won top five places in a unique online international sporting challenge.
A woman’s street brawl was likened by a Swindon judge to “handbags – until the claw hammer came out”.
A Swindon family lawyer believes lockdown is putting extra stress on couples who are trapped at home together.
A FORMER Scotland rugby captain who now uses a wheelchair has raised an astonishing £61,000 for the NHS by walking in his garden.
Malmesbury has elected its new mayor and deputy mayor.
Deputy mayor Campbell Ritchie was voted in as the town's new mayor unanimously at the town's virtual council meeting on Tuesday night.
Times are challenging for the local newspaper industry.
The Coronavirus outbreak has hit us hard due to declining advertising revenue and a reduction in newspaper sales while our readers are in lockdown.
THE Gazette has teamed up with BBC Radio Wiltshire in asking people in the county to come together by decorating their front windows with special bunting to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
SHOPPERS at the Asda-Walmart in North Swindon struggled to stay apart from each other in the crowded aisles.
Heals of Malmesbury have been nominated to receive a donation of more than £3,000 from NFU Mutual’s Agency Giving Fund.
AN EMERGENCY hardship fund has been launched to help people in Malmesbury and surrounding villages.
The fund is run by local charity Heals of Malmesbury, and is for those who have little or no income and are facing debt as a result of the current crisis.
THIS year's WOMAD Festival at Charlton Park near Malmesbury from July 23-26 has been cancelled, the organisers said.
A TENT was on the run and has been flying around on the A429 last night.
Police found it between Marlmesbury and Corston.
A POLICE vehicle was deliberately damaged as officers tried to disperse a crowd of people who had gathered close to Whatley Manor near Malmesbury on Good Friday April 10 in violation of the government's Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown rules.
THE number of people in the UK who died after testing positive for coronavirus has soared by another record amount.
This is the first picture of Peter Cooper, jailed for 13 weeks this morning for spitting in the face of a Wiltshire custody officer.
Another eight coronavirus cases have been confirmed overnight.
Public Health England said that, as of 9am this morning, 26 people had tested positive for the virus – the largest daily jump since the pandemic began.