A bit of cricket in the town centre is coming to Malmesbury next week, but not the game, as it will be Jimmy Cricket - the comedian who will be bringing his family show bursting with giggles to Malmesbury Town Hall.
Arriving on a recent bright Sunday morning, two eager Malmesbury Air Cadets Marcus Fenton and Kieran Sutton had the experience of their lives when they took to the skies for the first time in an Air Cadet Viking glider based at 625 Volunteer Gliding School (VGS) Hullavington for their Gliding Induction Course 1 (GIC1).
If you've never heard the fine Malmesbury Abbey organ in full flight, or even never heard great organ music live, September 8th will be an ideal opportunity to satisfy your curiosity and broaden your musical horizons. You might get hooked and create overnight organ recital widows or widowers.
Waitrose are holding an Information Day on Thursday 6th September in Malmesbury Town Hall from 12 noon - 9pm, to provide you with an update on their plans for a Waitrose food store.
A CAP Money Course is designed to people's help money stretch further. In just three sessions it will enable attendees to work out a feasible budget and stick to it, pay off any small debts they may have and to plan for a better future.
Cllr Ray Sanderson the Mayor of Malmesbury has very kindly agreed to kick off Malmesbury Vics first league game of the season at the Flying Monk ground thisTuesday 7th August at 7.45pm against local rivals Wootton Bassett Town.
So, what is a cake society? The aim of a cake society is to bring together cake lovers and eaters, to share recipes, develop baking skills and to learn the art of cake decoration. It doesn't matter whether you can bake or whether you just like eating cake, Malmesbury Cake Society caters for all cake lovers.
This Sunday, 8th July sees a night of laughs at The Three Cups at the Triangle, with Frimston & Rowett's 'Huge Mistake', 50 minutes of cracking sketch comedy! Suitable for all ages, tickets are £5 on the door, with doors opening at 5.30pm for a 6pm start.
The HEALS Signpost, a quarterly magazine orchestrated by the local HEALS (Help, Encouragement, and Local Support) group has just been published. Download it today from Malmesbury.com.
HEALS [Help, Encouragement And Local Support] have a number of events coming up throughout the summer holidays for everyone living in the community area.
Critically acclaimed writer and Poet Laureate (1999-09) Andrew Motion will be visiting Malmesbury School near the end of July to introduce his new book "Silver", an eagerly awaited sequel to "Treasure Island".
Ballet Nimba (African Dance Theatre) visits Sherston as part of this year’s Boules & Carnival on Wednesday 11th July at the village hall at 7.30pm. This is just prior to their appearance at WOMAD 2012 in a few weeks' time.
Clear your diaries and prepare yourselves for non-stop activity and fun at Sherston Boules & Carnival 2012! The fun starts this Saturday, 7th July...
If you would like to know what our local police have been working on or would like to find out their priorities for the next three months please come along to the Community Safety Forum on Tuesday 26th June 7pm for 7.30pm at The Bungalow, The Activity Zone, Malmesbury.