Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

RAF veteran Anthony 'Spike' Hughes fulfilled his dream of flying one last time in the same plane he completed his maiden flight.

INVESTMENT into Malmesbury will continue to be made despite James Dyson’s announcement that work on the company’s first electric car will stop, say business experts in Wiltshire.

PATIENTS are waiting up to 24 hours to be moved from Great Western Hospital’s emergency department to the wards.

Residential apartments and a community hub for older people has come to Malmesbury.

Burnham Court is a 49 flat development providing housing for older people, enabling them to live independently as singles or couples with extra care available, the development is more than a residential housing scheme.

A WILTSHIRE restaurant has become one of only 23 in the country with two Michelin stars.

At a ceremony last night, The Dining Room at Whatley Manor, near Malmesbury, was elevated from one star to its new status.

YOUNG atheletes are in with the chance of receiving a £500 grants to spend on vital equipment and coaching to compete and regional or national level.

HUNDREDS of jobs will be cut at Honda Logistics site on top of the 3,500 redundancies already expected when the main manufacturing plant closes in 2021.

HUNDREDS of jobs will be cut at Honda Logistics site on top of the 3,500 redundancies already expected when the main manufacturing plant closes in 2021.

Pizza Express has hired financial advisers ahead of crunch talks with creditors over the restaurant group's soaring debts.

SEVEN in 10 (72%) drivers want councils to take action against motorists who leave their engines running when parked, a new survey suggests.

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