Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
A HUGE group of old school friends was reunited last week, all thanks to the power of Facebook.
Former pupils of schools in the Malmesbury area during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s had been using a Facebook group to find long lost friends from their school days, and thanks to one member of the group, they were able to catch up and reminisce about their school days in person, with friends they may have not seen since leaving school at 16.
A SELFLESS dance teacher is offering free dances classes for a year to people who are struggling with issues in their life.
A YOUNG entrepreneur has been awarded the prestigious Young Foodie of the Year Award at the Taste of Gloucestershire Food and Farming Awards.
MALMESBURY Abbey will turn purple for World Pancreatic Cancer Day, to shine light on the silent killer.
The Abbey will be joining iconic landmarks around the world such as London's Trafalgar Square and lighting up purple to show support for pancreatic cancer awareness month and to remember those who have sadly died of the disease on Thursday, November 16 at 7pm.
EARLY bird tickets for WOMAD, the highly anticipated world music festival in Wiltshire go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, November 15).
A MAN who claims the police are ignoring his complaints regarding the conduct of its officers says he has lost faith in the system.
TWO design engineers have quit their jobs at technology giant Dyson to concentrate on bringing to market their own pioneering inventions.
MOTORISTS passing through Minety are being asked to be patient while Wiltshire Police deal with an incident involving a lorry.
Have you visited Malmesbury's hidden gem yet?
If not, Abbey House Gardens open their gates for the first time this year on Sunday 18th March to celebrate Mothers Day.
If you are looking for a treat for the whole family why not take a stroll through 5 acres of enchanting gardens and enjoy a refreshing cup of tea and a slice of cake in the tea room.
Malmesbury Abbey Music Society (MAMS) have announced their programme for 2012. It contains their usual mix of orchestral, choral and chamber performances by familiar names and up-and-coming talents.