Bristol Old Vic Theatre School will be performing Cold Comfort Farm in an al-fresco presentation on the lawns of the beautiful setting of Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury.
A man’s shed is most certainly his castle. Malmesbury artist ‘Syd’ has taken this motto to an extreme and made his shed into a modern day oasis of fun for work and play.
Two spirited locals, Graham Jobes and Rebecca Jobes will be walking 100 Miles around Malmesbury and the surrounding villages between Sunday 1st July and Thursday 5th July, in aid of the charities "Hope For Tomorrow" and "CLIC Sargent."
The April issue of The MVCAP Times is out now and available to download.
This issue contains news and announcements regarding Reduced Street Lighting, Community Safety, The Cinema and Kite Festival, Community Transport and more.
Four cadets from 992 (Malmesbury) Royal Air Force Air Cadets experienced the thrill of their first flight by taking to the sunny skies recently over Boscombe Down in the Grob Tutor trainer aircraft from 2 Air Experience Flight, RAF Boscombe Down.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a 180-home estate on the edge of Malmesbury have been refused just days after a government inspector gave the town a vital chance to come up with its own blueprint for the future.
Buckley Barracks proved a big hit with the Royal Air Force Air Cadets from Dorset & Wiltshire Wing, who met there recently for a Sector five-a-side football competition on the excellent Astro turf facilities. This was by kind permission of 9 Regiment Royal Logistics Corps based at the barracks.
Malmesbury Chamber of Commerce, in association with Emma Newby, McTimoney Chiropractor, is hosting a Health Fair in aid of RUH Bath Neonatal Intensive Care Unit from 10.30am - 3.30pm at Malmesbury Town Hall on 31st March.
Every three years Wiltshire Libraries review their mobile library routes to ensure stops are located in a convenient place and are well used. To help Wiltshire Council improve mobile library provision they would like to know your views on the mobile schedule planned for your area from July 2012.
Following the absence of two years, and the mislaying of the trophy, the Young Citizen of the Year Award is being resurrected thanks to the kindheartedness of Councillor Sue Poole.
Malmesbury will be celebrating the Diamond Jubilee in style this June, with a strong community atmosphere present throughout the proceedings. Details of the planned events are as follows...
Malmesbury’s Community Speed Watch Team is looking for volunteers to join them. Training will be given by Wiltshire Police and all equipment will be provided.
The Wiltshire Core Strategy contains the council’s planning policies and proposals to direct, manage and influence development over the period to 2026.
A practical guide to winning grants and delivering community projects has been developed by Wiltshire residents, Neil and Marion Carpenter who live in Corsley, which they are happy to share with others.
Malmesbury School invite you to a Presentation on “Business led innovation in a time of economic slow down”Written by Justin Jeffrey
As part of a series of ‘House lectures’ celebrating the 40th birthday of Malmesbury School, the School is delighted that local businessman Paul Mason, Head of Development at the Technology Strategy Board will be visting to talk about “Business led innovation in a time of economic slow down” on Thursday 1st March 2012 at 6.30pm.