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UB40 are set for a 10-year anniversary show at Westonbirt Arboretum

UB40 set for return to Westonbirt Arboretum

D-Day veteran Stanley Hancock

Oaksey D-Day veteran receives Legion D’Honneur

Sherston Pancake Eating competition 2013

Four pancakes, first to finish wins: annual Sherston Pancake Eating competition returns

Malmesbury Abbey as a skatepark last year

Malmesbury Abbey to be turned into skatepark for half term

Kieran Miles

Court hearing for man, 32, over alleged threats to kill New College principal on Facebook

Students in Malmesbury celebrating their GCSE results last summer

Malmesbury School ahead of rivals as 60.5% of Wiltshire students achieve 5+ GCSEs at A* to C

Sue Hull has instigated the re-using of Grittleton Strict Baptist Church. After months of hard work by herself and other volunteers clearing brambles and cleaning the church, it has been used for the first time since 1982 for a Xmas Carol Service. .Siobha

18th Century chapel enjoys music for first time in over 30 years

Kieran Miles

Man, 32, charged with making threats to kill New College principal on Facebook

A 32-year-old man from Malmesbury was arrested yesterday evening in connection with an incident at New College

Man, 32, arrested over New College 'threats'

Witnesses may have seen something on Noble Street in Sherston on January 15

Jewellery and cash stolen from home of 90-year-old in Sherston

Thinus Delport, Ex South African Rugby player visits Malmesbury School to give a 'Six Keys to Success' physical activity session.
Pictured: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Flo Ashton, Connor D'Aubigny, Thinus Delport, Dan Bains and Stella Harper.
Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS1

South African international inspires high sports achievers at Malmesbury.

Fire crews from Tetbury were called at 4pm to extinguish the blaze

Chimney fire at the Old Bell Hotel and Restaurant in Malmesbury

Kaiser Chiefs credit Danny North (52781389)

Kaiser Chiefs added to Forest Live line-up coming to Westbonbirt this summer

Undated handout photo issued by Dyson of vacuum cleaner king James Dyson with his new invention the Airblade, a high-speed hand dryer for public toilets. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday October 3, 2006. The vacuum cleaner king said the Dyson

Malmesbury businessman Sir James Dyson voted Most Impressive Businessperson by peers


Rudimental set to play Forest Live gig at Westonbirt

Andrew Clifton, right, shows his marathon medal to wife Nicola (left), dad Ian, mum Diane and son Tyler

Marathon man take on race No 3

Volunteers help sort out the collections received from the Malmesbury area at the Sorting Party for Malmesbury Calais Aid. Esther Hamill went out to Calais last week to visit the Refugees she will be returning this Thursday with the donations with Young V

Malmesbury aid team plan new effort

Abbey nativity will be like 'Mumford and Sons'

Abbey nativity will be like 'Mumford and Sons'

The JCB that toppled off the back of a lorry at Kingsway Bridge, Corston

JCB topples off lorry at Corston

Queen of the kitchen...Dinner lady Bridget Ryman retired from Crudwell Primary School , near Malmesbury ,after 29 years on Friday..Glenn Phillips GP183-2. (50153561)

Dinner lady hangs up her pinny

Malmesbury Abbey By Diane Vose

Carol concerts at Malmesbury Abbey

Chad Morgan

Rogue railway workers sentenced after £4.5k cable theft from railway site

Max Lee's with his Beano Comic and Dog Bolt. Max has appeared in The Beano as the character Mythical Max after winning a competition. Pics by Diane Vose DV2748/04. (48916325)

Dream come true as cartoon fan wins The Beano competition

Lee Dommett has been jailed at Swindon Crown Court

Jailed: 'Professional burglar' who raided hotel rooms - including one where someone was in shower

Malmesbury's Market Cross

Malmesbury Market Cross vandalised

Malmesbury Christmas Shopping event in the high street.  .Father Christmas Meeting Children whilst taking part in the Christmas Parade through the High Street. . Pics by Diane Vose DV2747/18. (48537970)

Crowds come out for Malmesbury's festive shopping evening

Isobel Stanger aged 10 years with her Charity Christmas Star to hang on the Heals of Malmesbury Christmas Tree. Pics by Diane Vose DV2746/01. (48538048)

Be a star and help struggling Malmesbury families

An artist's impression of the treetop walkway under construction at Westonbirt Arboretum

Bird's eye views at Westonbirt Arboretum

John Peters from Malmesbury Morris Pics by Diane Vose

Malmesbury Christmas Shopping night draws the Crowds

Malmesbury Primary School puts its foot down to stamp out bullying

A green energy plant such as this could be operating near Malmesbury

Plans for Malmesbury green energy plant to power 2,500 homes

Traffic is queuing and one lane of the A429 is blocked in both directions in Corston because of a broken down lorry and a vehicle striking a railway bridge

UPDATE: Lorry stuck under A429 railway bridge

A 39-year-old Malmesbury man has been ordered to pay a total of £230 after admitting leaving human excrement and threatening drawings of a decapitated and castrated police officer at Malmesbury Police Station

Man, 39, left human excrement and threatening drawings at police station door

Artist Luke Hollingworth and Steve Paginton with the koala bear mural on the wall of K&S Childcare in Malmesbury. Picture by Trevor Porter

Hundreds back Malmesbury nursery's bid to keep threatened koalas mural

St Josephs' School pupils with some of their knitting

Malmesbury pupils' stitch in time for shoebox appeal

The crash and car fire on the A429 at Corston. Picture by Malmesbury Fire Station

UPDATE: A429 blocked at Corston after crash and car fire

Luke Hollingsworth

Giant koalas at centre of planning row in Malmesbury


Safety concerns over parking near school in Malmesbury

Performers Sofia Hulala, Clover Hoops, Debbie Trubbles and Tiani at last year's festival By Vicky Scipio VS915/10

Malmesbury's homegrown festival will return after tickets sales success

Andrew Clifton, left, and Philip Johnson from Dyson are gearing up for an eight-hour football marathon in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK

Dyson workers suck up 24 hours of football for charity

Malmesbury Abbey goes purple for charity. Picture by Robert Peel .

Abbey goes purple to help charity

Malmesbury town councillor Kim Power

Row over Malmesbury's new campus project

Councillors and dignitaries parade through the town on Sunday for the annual Remembrance service in Malmesbury Abbey.

Hundreds fill Abbey for Malmesbury Remembrance Service

The rescued bat

Batman to the rescue

The Flying Monk Brewery, Malmesbury has produced the world's first black cider which is named; Skorpion. .Pictured: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Kevin Newbould (MD) and Harry Newbould..Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS996). (44409688)

Is this the world's first black cider?

SKY ACADEMY CONFIDENCE DAY WITH JESSICA-ENNIS HILL.English Institute of Sport, Sheffield 22/10/2015.. (44717451)

Malmesbury youngsters enjoy a day with superstar Jess

Left, the river as it was; right, the improved waterway

Villagers get their hands dirty to protect river

A competition entry by a year six pupil from Brinkworth

Malmesbury police raise awareness of Halloween anxiety with primary pupils

Malmesbury's fireworks are back with a bang on November 7

Malmesbury's fireworks display is back with a bang

Jessica, Freddie and Millie take part in conker championships           by Siobhan Boyle (SMB722/1)

Seagry conker event proves big hit

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