This is an approximate timeline for Malmesbury.
Malmesbury has a wealth of cafes, pubs and restaurants so whether you're looking for a relaxed morning coffee, exquisite afternoon tea or a hearty evening meal, there is bound to be something to make your mouth water!
Malmesbury is one of those few remaining market towns with a thriving town centre that is very much alive. You will find a small but comprehensive range of shops including local independents and national chains, providing for the everyday needs of local residents.
The Swindon Museum and Art Gallery are housed together in a building in the Old Town area of Swindon, adjacent to the Community Heritage Museum.
Honda’s ‘School of Dreams’ team will visit Malmesbury School on 18th and 19th July to provide a free two-day ‘thinking skills’ workshop for 9-13 year old pupils (key stage 2 & 3) and educators. The workshop will be supported by Blade Honda based in Gloucester, and staff from the company will also participate in the workshop along with the students and teachers.
The Flying Monk ground Malmesbury will host a fundraising event for Malmesbury Victoria FC on the afternoon of Sunday 30th June. Live music , stalls , bouncy castles , childrens rides , bar and BBQ plus much more. Free entry!
The May edition of the Sherston Cliffhanger has now been published. This issue give you the chance to win a Neil Forster original framed pastel.
Do you love to sing but only manage a few snatched moments in the shower? Well, you might be interested to hear that there’s a new community choir coming to town.
Hope for Tomorrow’s Wiltshire Mobile Chemotherapy Unit ‘Kayleigh’ is launching in Malmesbury on Thursday 30th May 2013 and they’d like to invite you to come along, step on board and take a look around.
Cadet Aimee Tonks received the award for best first time cadet on camp, after spending a week with her fellow cadets from 992 (Malmesbury) Squadron as part of the Dorset/Wiltshire Easter Camp at RAF Henlow.