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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

Assistant head teacher Gillian is with Eddie and Eve, the youngest and oldest pupils at the school. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2618/03. (42464605)

Assistant head of 13 years says farewell to Seagry Primary School

Children from Seagry School have been inventing and making  forms of transport for their Museum of Transport at the school. L-R Harry and Rebecca with a candy balloon that was created at Seagry School b

Transports of delight for creative Seagry pupils

Malmesbury accentuates its positives to bring in more visitors

Malmesbury accentuates its positives to bring in more visitors

Malmesbury year nine pupils visiting the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre

Pupils dance back in time to WW1

Parents and children at the Minety Rugby Club fun day

Adults show rugby skills in Minety

Local History Day compliments the BBC History Magazine’s History Weekend

Experts in Malmesbury for Local History Day

St Josephs School in Malmesbury have installed a Scrap store Play Pod in their playground. Cutting the ribbon are head boy Lewis Webb and Head girl Lucy Cloke with Kate Jackson from Scrap store. Pics by Diane Vose DV2611/01. (41990860)

Old scrap transforms playtime at St Joseph's Primary in Malmesbury

Mariola Martin, who died in July 2014

Jail warning to lorry driver who admits killing Dyson worker by careless driving

Hyams Garage in Malmesbury have won an award in the Malmesbury in Bloom competition. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2590/01. (40995464)

Garage in Bloom, double award for second hand car dealership

Daisy, the European eagle owl was a popular attraction at the weekly market

Malmesbury market proves to be a hoot

Malmesbury Art trail. Enjoying some art at Brian Hollingworths's studio are l-r Chris Harrison and Bob Browning.Siobhan Boyle (SMB693/7). (40068213)

First Malmesbury art trail hailed a success

Carole Bates (President of Little Somerford WI) Maureen Mulrain (Sherston WI) and Christine Moss (Lea WI)

Sherston's Women’s Institute celebrates 75th anniversary

The class of '55

Reunion of Malmesbury school’s class of 1955

Tony McAleavy with his book - The Witches of 17th century Malmesbury. Picture by Siobhan Boyle

Writer uncovers the truth about women hanged in Malmesbury for being witches

The Dyson team ready for their challenge

Dyson cycle team's £10,000 challenge

Villagers hard at work on the pond project

Villagers work to restore historic pond

Malmesbuiry's fireworks display raises cash for charity

Malmesbury's firework display under threat

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..Pics by Dia

Malmesbury's generosity sends tonnes of aid of Calais refugees

One of Carol Kibble's pictures

Malmesbury artist holds exhibition

Avebury is just one of the places in Wiltshire which is popular with visitors

VIDEO: VisitWiltshire launches 'Made of England' national marketing campaign

Jennifer Woodcox, Janie Thomas, Andrew Woodcox and Catherine Doody

Bench honours Malmesbury philosopher

Some of artists and crafts people involved are Sue Wilson, May Dodd, Kim Langley, Sam Entwisle and Tracey Piper

Studios will be open for Malmesbury's first arts trail

Market day in Malmesbury

Malmesbury market heads for success

Nick Hitchman with the ancient mechanism atAll Saints in Oaksey

Clock winder's relief as church's ancient mechanism gets an update

A scene from last year's Emergency Services Show at Hullavington

Blue light services unite for 10th anniversary event this weekend

Malmesbury's blind house

Chance to get locked up in Malmesbury landmark

Bid to buy Victorian schoolroom fails

Art therapy for refugee children in Calais

Taking part in the Malmesbury Carnival: Memebers of the St. Joseph Primary School with their version of 'Best Of British'.Pictures by Paul Stallard PS110/13. (37645978)

Town comes to life for Malmesbury Carnival

Karen's Sweet Treats, Malmesbury.  L-r are Dee Douglas, Karen Dagostino and Shaun Merritt.Siobhan Boyle (SMB649/1). (37502818)

Old fashioned sweet treats on sale in Malmesbury

Access to Dyson's Malmesbury headquarters

Work starts to improve road access to Dyson headquarters

Jordan Watts appeared at Swindon Magistrates' Court.

Teenager given community order for racially abusing doormen

Paul Lewis, Helen Chapman and Mark Lewis on The Whole Hog pub's float at last year's Malmesbury Carnival

Malmesbury gets set for Saturday's carnival spectacular

Grittleton Strict Baptist Chapel

Helpers needed to spruce up chapel for open days

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