Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
A commercial hot air balloon pilot from Malmesbury who continued to fly passengers despite not holding a valid pilot’s licence has been fined and ordered to pay costs, following a successful prosecution by the Civil Aviation Authority.
UNDER-Fives who love to dance are being invited to join members of diddi dance classes in Chippenham and Malmesbury this week as they get up and dance with the PJ Masks.
POLICE have released images of silverware that was stolen from Malmesbury Abbey as part of an investigation.
The Abbey was broken into in the early hours of Saturday, October 14 and a donation box, petty cash and a safe containing a number of items of silverware were stolen.
A FULL crowd turned up at Malmesbury Town Hall last weekend to enjoy some fabulous music.
Malmesbury Concert Band played to a packed house for their annual Musical Extravaganza on Saturday, October 28.
NORTH Wiltshire MP James Gray has been appointed to the Joint Committee in National Security Strategy.
The Joint Committee in National Security Strategy is the Parliamentary Committee consisting of Members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons, and was established to scrutinise the work of the National Security Council and National Security Adviser.
A GROUP of runners from Malmesbury are challenging themselves this month as they take part in the charity event runVEMBER.
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.