Short news from Wiltshire: a teddy bear picnic, a road closed and those scarecrows are back at Christian MalfordSaturday, 23 March 2019 23:36
Bring Ted to picnic
CHIPPENHAM: The keepspecialschoolslocal campaign have organised a picnic in John Coles Park on Saturday from 12 noon onwards.
Local MP joins with Sir David Attenborough and CBE Penny Mordaunt MP in battle against plastic pollutionFriday, 22 March 2019 01:31
THE fight against plastic pollution was given a boost on Monday in Westminster when James Gray MP joined Sir David Attenborough CBE and the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP to call for Britain to lead in the fight against the modern day problem.
PLANNING permission for a contemporary garden pavilion in the grounds of a historic, riverside rectory in Great Somerford has been granted.
THE Red Nose appeal is £350 richer after a day of activities last week for the charity in Preshute.
Malmesbury based Dyson has launched a series of new products aimed at the domestic market to "impact your wellbeing.
A BEAVER colony leader with 1st Malmesbury Scout Groups cheered on the last Beaver she will seeing gaining his Chief Scouts Award - an event that proved extra special because it was her youngest son, seven-year-old Edward Ranger-Walsh.
BARCLAYS Bank have defended their decision to close their branch in Malmesbury by saying only 110 people use the High Street facility.
EMERGENCY call handler Olivia Molyneux has received the Patient’s Choice accolade at the 2019 Unsung Hero Awards, after she helped off-duty official Dave George.
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.