Erasure are to play Westonbirt Arboretum
After more than four years away from recording and live performance, Erasure have announced the Total Pop! tour, playing a series of dates in spectacular woodland locations as part of Forestry Commission Live Music.
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Beautifully produced guide to local footpaths in the Sherston area really shows what can be done...
Since its inception over two years ago the Sherston Footpath Group, which is a subcommittee of Sherston Parish Council, has been working hard on producing a new guide to local footpaths. Hundreds of hours of volunteer time have now resulted in the publication of the guide.
Looks like there's life in the old High Street yet!
Late night shopping seems to have been a great success on Friday with what looks to have been a record turn out.
Simple Minds are to play Westonbirt Arboretum
Simple Minds have announced a 'Greatest Hits Forest Tour' for next summer, playing a series of dates in spectacular woodland locations as part of Forestry Commission Live Music.
Christmas Gifts available, including a book signing with Ron Bartholomew during Late Night Shopping this Friday night
The Athelstan Museum is a must to visit this Friday during 'late night shopping' as Ron Bartholomew's new book, 'A History of Malmesbury Abbey' will be on sale and he will be signing copies on the night.
Annual evening of Christmas cheer comes to Malmesbury
Friday the 3rd December: This is an annual event in the town where shops traditionally stay open for late night shopping and create a great community atmosphere along the High Street and at the Market Cross.
A Malmesbury resident of 40 years, married to Linda, with four sons and eight grand children. Proprietor of Abbey Taxis
Hello! I’m Adele Boullin and I hope you will vote for me in the upcoming Town Council Election on 25th Nov.
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! On these cold winter nights I may well have my head stuck in a good book with a glass of wine in hand and something bubbling on the stove.
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.
The High Street continues to change over time and I hope that it is something we can help to thrive over the coming years. I'd like to see our shops bustling with locals and tourists alike.
Our children are our future and as an ex-primary school teacher, I feel very strongly that we must do all we can, not only to give them the best education but also to provide a variety of opportunities and experiences for them as they change and grow. They are an integral part of our community and family is very important to me.
Development brings change for huge numbers of people and along with that are the implications on our infrastructure, which again affects a large proportion of the population of Malmesbury. I think we have to ensure that we are fully informed with both the facts and local opinion before we make any decisions.
I want Malmesbury to improve and I don't believe that always means remaining the same. However, I am in awe of the History of this town and I believe we need to protect what makes Malmesbury unique from other towns. I want to play a part in that and so have put my name forward for election as I believe the Town Council as it stands, is lacking in its younger voices and needs a fresh face and some new blood.
I want us all to be proud of our town!