Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
TEA and coffee retailer Whittard of Chelsea is helping to raise the spirits of Wiltshire care home residents who are missing visits from family and friends during lockdown.
A BRINKWORTH businesswoman is hoping her business distributing cardboard tents for festival goers can help firms as lockdown loosens.
A REVOLT has forced Dyson to U-turn on its decision to recall staff to the office, it has been reported.
Plans for 71 houses to be built on land south of Filands in Malmesbury came under fire at Tuesday’s town council meeting.
A BUSINESSMAN’S mystery fall from the 11th floor of a Spanish hotel last year was probably an accident while he was ‘disorientated’, a coroner has ruled.
A YouTuber has raised thousands for Brighter Futures by selling old computers he bought for less than £2 each.
IRONMAN Richard Groome has completed a 12-hour triathlon in his back garden at home to raise funds for his local foodbank.
MALMESBURY school boy Freddie Hamilton has raised more than £2,600 by doing something he hates.
Freddie's granny Linda is an intensive care nurse and decided to do something he found difficult.
Malmesbury has elected a new town mayor.
At its annual meeting – held virtually for the first time on May 5 – Malmesbury Town Council elected Cllr Campbell Ritchie as the new mayor of the town with Cllr Paul Smith as his deputy.
ROYAL WOOTTON BASSETT: Haydn Andrews, 26, of Clarendon Drive, admitted breaching a bail condition banning him from contacting a woman he is accused of assaulting.