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.
Ribbons and Lace are proud to announce that their new prmises at the rear of Ribbons and Lace will be open from January the 1st 2013.
We have been asked if the community of Malmesbury might be able to help the organisers of Womad.
They have a license hearing at 9.30 a.m. on Friday 14th December at Chippenham at the Council Offices, Monkton Park, Chippenham, SN15 1ER.
They are asking that as many people possible could write to Linda Holland at Wiltshire Council email address is Linda.Holland@wiltshire.gov.uk and also email a copy of the correspondence to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
A heartfelt festive display to raise money for Epilepsy Research UK
It's lights fantastic again in Charlton, Wiltshire, this year as Michaela Swadling-Stickler adorns her home in festive lights to raise money for Epilepsy Research UK
The HEALS Signpost, a quarterly magazine orchestrated by the local HEALS (Help, Encouragement, and Local Support) group has just been published. Download it today from Malmesbury.com.
HEALS [Help, Encouragement And Local Support] have a number of events coming up throughout the summer holidays for everyone living in the community area.
Critically acclaimed writer and Poet Laureate (1999-09) Andrew Motion will be visiting Malmesbury School near the end of July to introduce his new book "Silver", an eagerly awaited sequel to "Treasure Island".
Over the last year two small local charities with broadly similar aims have been working together and the chemistry seems to be working.