Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
HOLIDAYMAKERS heading to Greece this summer are being urged to pack mosquito spray to protect themselves against bugs carrying a virus.
MORE jobs woe could be on the way for Swindon after reports emerged that Bathstore is on the verge of collapse.
The weather is finally starting to heat up in Swindon this weekend, so of course horsefly season is here.
WITH her heart set on a career as a lingerie designer Lyneham’s Lily Voysey has already got one foot on the catwalk.
AS part of their 160th anniversary the Malmesbury Concert Band will be entertaining passers-by and shoppers in town's Market Cross and Birdcage Walk this Saturday from from 11am.
A SOLSTICE-goer was arrested on an indecent exposure charge last night, after allegedly urinating in view of children.
A SMALL but perfectly formed library has opened on the Village Green at Lower Stanton St Quintin.
The Wee Free Library was declared open on Saturday, June 22, by Cyril Pennington who gave a talk on the history of the green and about how it had a pond 80 years ago.
PUPILS from Malmesbury School welcomed professional English Rugby Union player James Gibbons to the school last week.
He was there to inspire the students to live a healthier, with a circuit class of the pupils and brought medals to show them.
ONE of the key Wiltshire airfields used during the Second World War by RAF Fighter Command has had a memorial unveiled to the memory of those who served there.
COMPANIES are being challenged to take on a new walking marathon that shows off the best of Wiltshire to raise money for Julia’s House.