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Malmesbury By-Elections Thursday Featured

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candidateWho gets your vote today? - Note: Polling Stations Now Closed

Malmesbury Town Council by-election takes place today (Thursday). Find out more about the three candidates here and what matters to them or more importantly, what matters most to you.

Polling station at Malmesbury Town Hall is open from 7:00am until 10:00pm tonight

Here are your candidates:

Julie Cavendish


Brian Slade


Adele Boullin

Julie Cavendish
Brian Slade
Adele Boullin
Julie's personal message

Brian's personal message


Adele's personal message

I live with my husband Bill in Gloucester Road, Malmesbury. We have lived here for 13 years. I care passionately about the local community – I spent 6 years on Malmesbury Carnival Committee; this year we held Carnival events to help with the Carnival fund-raising effort, such as Cool Jazz and Open Gardens. I was Treasurer of the Malmesbury Junior Badminton Club for 2 years, am a member of the Residents Association and Civic Trust, and an active supporter of the River Valleys Trust.


My achievements to date include: Two previous terms of office as your town councillor, during which time I supported both the action group formed to obtain a Reeds Farm play park and the action group for a skate board facility for Malmesbury youth. I formed and chaired 'MYAG' (Malmesbury Youth Action Group), a working sub committee on behalf of the Town Council, to give youth a voice and have been a member of various Town Council committees. I also held the post of Chairman of Malmesbury Victoria Football Club.


I live on Gloucester Road with my fiancée, his children and our dog, Jester. I love living in Malmesbury and really value the beautiful area in which we live. I can often be found out walking the dog or cooking up a treat in the kitchen!

I think the biggest issue in Malmesbury at the moment is change. So many things are changing. With the economy as it is, the housing market has changed and with it created much insecurity.

Click here to read Julie's full message.


Click here to read Brian's full message.


Click here to read Adele's full message.

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