This year, the Malmesbury Carnival Trail focuses around Hidden Treasures. The trail, which starts at Malmesbury Tourist Information Centre, is a photo trail that leads participants around the town, perhaps even to places they have never visited before!
Now heading into its last few days in Malmesbury Town Hall Gallery is Robert Peel’s Photo Exhibition. The exhibition presents images of Malmesbury and the surrounding area captured by local photographer Robert Peel.
The original country and western folk band The Wurzels are to play live at the Kings Arms on 12th August. Hailing from Somerset, this band are well known for their 1976 number one hit "Combine Harvester" and their number 3 hit, "I am a Cider Drinker."
January's screenings at the Malmesbury Cinema at the Town Hall
Latest movie listings for Malmesbury's newest Monday night attraction at Malmesbury Town Hall.
Due to demand a second Christmas shopping trip , organised by Sherston Parish Council , to Cribbs Causeway from Sherston using the Cartmell Community Minibus is planned for Saturday 18th December.
Dance your way into Christmas Eve with the Jasper Chang Dance Band.
The band features Malmesbury's Harry Smith (Rotary National Young Musician 2010) and friends from the National Youth Jazz Orchestra / South West Music School.
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.
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.
A fascinating insight into life in Malmesbury Abbey
from the Viking Invasions and the end of the Monastic life to the re-founding of the Benedictine Abbey in the 960s has been organised by Athelstan Museum.
We have another of our famous Open Day events lined up for you on October 23rd. This involves a chance to look around our factory and understand how we make our puzzles, some light snacks and of course… the chance to pick up some puzzle bargains!
Help to Celebrate Malmesbury's Greatest Ever Thinker!
If you want to really develop your understanding of Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), the great thinker in Malmesbury’s history, or if you want to tell your grandchildren about the ideas you heard from one of the greatest living thinkers in the present, the Thomas Hobbes Festival of Ideas and Books on 15th-17th October is for you.
Local photographer Robert Peel, who lives in Malmesbury is exhibiting his photographs of the town at the Malmesbury Town Hall Gallery on Saturday 21st August 2010.
A BBQ fundraiser preceded by a motorbike rally is taking place at the Horse and Groom in Charlton this Sunday. Motorbikes start at the Horse and Groom at 9.30am to Weston then back to the pub for the BBQ which starts at 3pm.