One of the speakers is local farmer, philosopher and author of many books, Roger Scruton. He reflects on ‘Green Philosophy’, his new book, which will be published in January 2012.
After the successful campaign for concessionary parking permits for Malmesbury workers, it seems that the scheme has not been well publicised, leading to anger from shopkeepers and reduced usage of the Station Yard car park.
With a wide variety of groups performing live music in and around the town, eight of them have teamed up to produce a new booklet called Music in Malmesbury.
Local youngsters will be showcasing their talent at Malmesbury’s Rock Weekender event at the Town Hall on 3rd / 4th June. Bands performing include OST, The Motherload, Enervate, Charli Shephard, Dinosaur Pursuit, Fall to the Frontline, Dirt Royal and finishing off with the UK's ultimate Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute band - Funky Munks.
The Italian Piazza market is on its way to Malmesbury for their 2011 visit. There will be numerous special gazebos selling authentic Italian food which has been imported directly from producers in Italy.
A team of wounded servicemen and their support crew will be driving a horse-drawn, replica WW1 ambulance 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats and pounding up Malmesbury High Street on 23rd June.
Malmesbury youth football club are looking for new football coaches for the new girls' section of the club. This is a great chance to help build a new part of the football club.
MasterChef host and restaurateur, Gregg Wallace has submitted the first recipe for the Crudwell Strawberry Fayre 'Book of Strawberries'. The book, which is due to be published next year will celebrate 25 years of fundraising for the 11th century, grade 1 listed church.
Royal Mail have confirmed that they plan to close the sorting office in Malmesbury High Street, Simon Killane, our Wiltshire Councillor for Malmesbury has told us today. This facility has served our community well for many years, providing local residents and businesses with an invaluable local sorting service, as well as much needed local jobs.
Seven year old Betsy-May Houghton, from Malmesbury C of E Primary School, made the final 15 in the national Happy Art Competition for her drawing of a rainbow, insects and flowers.
Thistle is a young adult whippet from Upper Minety who has been missing since 7th April. Thistle is grey /blue in colour and has a white stripe down his face. Could you have seen him?
Ronan Harvey, the board of directors and staff of Cotswold Airport wish to pay tribute to their fire chief, Malmesbury firefighter and much-loved friend Steve Mills, who was tragically killed in an industrial incident at Cotswold Airport on Friday, April 8th.
Andy, Dave, Ian and Julian are going to cycle 950 miles to John O`Groats from Lands End over 13 days starting on Saturday, May 7th 2011 in aid of Ataxia UK.
Take a look through this month's packed Cliffhanger newsletter to find out about the new woodland walk, the spring play & variety night, not forgetting of course the event of the season, the Royal Wedding celebrations!
Tom La Fontaine's career as an artist spanned from his childhood until only a few months before his death. For most of this time he lived with his family in Malmesbury. His passion, his hobby, his work was art and a stunning collection of his pictures and drawings has just been published.