The annual Lea community music festival MusicaLea was held at the Rose & Crown last Sunday and enjoyed yet another successful year. The community came together to run the BBQ, gifted an enormous selection of prizes to the raffle and had a fantastic time listening to the local artists who played through the day and into the evening.
Local Tetbury and Malmesbury photographers Sandie Cox and Tony Banks share a passion for wildlife and nature and are going to be staging a joint photographic exhibition this summer in the Town Hall at Malmesbury.
Returning to the beautiful Charlton Park, July 23-26, WOMAD today adds more artists to the 2015 line-up creating another layer of magical music discovery that the festival has become known for. Today’s artists join the already-announced De La Soul, Tinariwen, Ghostpoet, Bellowhead and Laura Mvula to name a few.
We have now fixed the bug that was causing problems for new users trying to add listings to our directory and the events system.
We are experiencing a technical issue with new users adding events ad business listings on Malmesbury.com. This issue is being worked on now and should be resolved in the next day or so.
Waitrose Malmesbury opened this morning at 8.00am, officially unveiled by the Mayor of Malmesbury - Sue Poole, Wiltshire’s Volunteer of the Year - Miriam Nicholls and Major Mick Moreton, Second in Command, 9 Regiment, representing the Royal Logistic Corps. They all joined Branch Manager, Fiona Orwin, and her new team in welcoming the store’s first customers.
Old malmesbury Photos from Francis Frith
Womad 2014, Charlton Park, Malmesbury
Artists line up for Womad 2014