Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
WESTONBIRT Arboretum is planning a very special summer trail to celebrate the Forestry Commission’s centenary year and the arboretum's human history.
DISCOUNT grocery chain Aldi were victorious in Malmesbury's battle of the supermarkets.
Both Aldi and Lidl had submitted planning applications to build stores off the A429, which were determined by Wiltshire Council's Northern Area Planning Board on Wednesday last week.
FAMILY carers of people living with dementia will be able to find information, tips and support at a free training course in Upper Seagry this spring.
A TALENTED young chef from Whatley Manor Hotel in Malmesbury has won through to the semi-finals of a competition to find Britain’s best young chef.
WILTSHIRE Trading Standards say they have had multiple reports of sheep carcases being dumped in the Marlborough area.
A WILTSHIRE arts charity is celebrating a reprieve from collapse after it managed to raise £20,000 to keep going this year.
A NEW Aldi store is on the cards for Malmesbury, now Wiltshire Council has approved a planning application to build the discount supermarket at the edge of the town.
DEEP in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, lies an emporium of mustard and spice.
At Easton Grey, near Malmesbury, Tracklements was set up by William Tullberg, when he wanted a tasty mustard, and found a recipe in the diary of John Evelyn, a 17th century gentleman and Royalist.
IF you go down to the woods today... you may be in for a big surprise.
Wiltshire's wandering wallaby has been spotted again on Somerford Common.
THE new Bishop of Ramsbury admits he is on a 'vertical learning curve' after being appointed on January 25, in Southwark Cathedral in London.