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Malmesbury

The cygnets are growing up

Malmesbury swan blog: Another loss but remaining cygnets are thriving

Holly in flight (33391640)

High fliers take the plunge for Malmesbury charity

Mbongwana Star from Congo perform in the Siam Tent Saturdays Womad Festival held at Charlton Park near Malmesbury.Pics by Diane Vose DV2429/72. (33165867)

British weather didn't dampen this year's WOMAD festival

Headteacher Nick Bowditch bids farewell to Sherston School after 24 years. By Diane Vose DV2413/01

Sherston School headteacher bows out after 24 years

No arrests were made at WOMAD this year

Police delighted as no arrests made at WOMAD

The rain stays away as the crowd gathers by the main stage. Picture: DAVID HEDGES

Rain-proof music is tropical treat at WOMAD

Bellowhead play at this weekend's WOMAD festival

Big hitters set for WOMAD festival

Emma Burton and Paul Holmes pictured at the opening of The Somerford Arms

Tributes paid to popular landlady of Little Somerford pub

Swindon Crown Court

Man who plundered £600k from dementia-suffering gran has to pay back £1,200

Nick Bowditch with the school choir in 2013

Head who transformed Sherston school looks forward to heading south

Lucy Tomlinson and Annie Magee lap up the atmosphere. By Vicky Scipio (VS915)

First Boondocks festival is a sell out success

Richard Jackson preparing plants for sale in the garden of his Oaksey home

Oaksey pensioner sees charity cash grow in memory of late wife

Hopes of village shop in Minety are dashed

Malmesbury is soon to be home to a new weekly market

New farmers' market to launch in Malmesbury

Police step up patrols after damage at Malmesbury beauty spot

Police step up patrols after damage at Malmesbury beauty spot

A picture of the crop circle near Malmesbury taken by Wiltshire Police

Police start criminal damage probe over crop circle on Wiltshire farmland

Sherston Boules Festival in Sherston High Street. 
Pictured: Busy high street in Sherston.
Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS908) (31755326)

Sherston's fundraisers are on the boules

McBusted

REVIEW: Something for all ages as McBusted rock Westonbirt

Robert Plant at Westonbirt. Picture by Peter Dewhirst

REVIEW: The voice remains the same - Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters

Crudwell Strawberry and Flower Fayre for locals and visitors to enjoy. 
Pictured: Part of the flower display within the church.
Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS907) (31754962)

Sweet success at Crudwell strawberry fair

Martin Kemp at Westonbirt Arboretum. Picture by Peter Dewhirst

REVIEW: Thank you so much, grandad - Spandau Ballet

Malmesbury Carnival will be the biggest yet

Malmesbury Carnival will be the biggest yet

Sherston boules are ready to roll again

Sherston boules are ready to roll again

Musical Workshop with Music and dance students being put through their paces by Jazz Band Tomorrows Warriors who will be performing at Womad. Pictured is Femi Koleoso from Tomorrows Warriors. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2375/11. (31347579)

Malmesbury pupils get jazzed up ready for WOMAD

*Picture 1 (left to right):  Neill Saint, Auctioneer with Mike and Nicky Hilditch, Founders of Hilditch Group Ltd.

Malmesbury medical firm celebrates 25 years

Tom Jones headlines at The Larmer Tree festival

Best of the fests: Our guide to 11 top summer festivals

Jazzie B will be at WOMAD this year

Oh so Jazzie at WOMAD

Traffic queues built up in Malmesbury this morning after a lorry swerved off the A429 and into a hedge

UPDATE: Traffic queues after lorry hits hedge

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust has received £270,000 from the Hills Group. Pictured are Alan Pardoe, chairman, and Mike Hill, CEO, of the Hills Group with Dr Gary Mantle OBE, CEO of Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

£270k donation from Hills will help save Wiltshire's precious meadows

MP backs bid to clear pond of fast-growing plants

Luca is making great strides after life-changing operation

Luca is making great strides after life-changing operation

The swans and their fast-growing cygnets

Malmesbury swan blog: The cygnets are growing up fast

Ralph Wells with Matt Bray, Joe Lister, Al Keck and Tim Vaughan, who all cycled from Minety to Moet

Wobbly Wheelers cycle from Minety to Moet and raise more than £12k

Mark Gardener and Rachel King of Waitrose, Coun Steve Cox, Deborah Clogg and Mary Calderbank of Malmesbury carnival and mayor John Gundry. By Siobhan Boyle (SMB554/2)

Food on the menu at this year's Malmesbury Carnival

Craig and Gemma Duff with son Lucas and WAA's Richard Miller, left, and Steve Riddle

Family of first child airlifted in new Wiltshire Air Ambulance set Three Peaks fundraising goal

Paralympian Ben Rushgrove with pupils Ellie, Esme, Alexander and Leo. By Diane Vose DV2337/03

Paralympian puts Somerford pupils through their paces

The adult swans and three of the cygnets

Malmesbury swan blog: And now there are four, or three...

The stretch of river at Sherston which has been awarded a £2,500 restoration grant

Grant paves the way for restoration of Sherston river

Launch of The Pot Cupboard in Crudwell offering Vintage chic hand painted furniture by L-R Susann Wych and Naomi Grunfield. They are pictured with their dogs L-R Lenny, Nell and Roo, the friends met whilst dog Walking. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2304/01.

Pair’s new venture after cancer battle

On the way to that seven mile goal. By Diane Vose DV2332/07

Hundreds of cyclists take part in Wiltshire's Le Mans

Miles with his mum, Dee Harris. By Siobhan Boyle SMB586/3

Online campaign launched in Malmesbury to find three-year-old's beloved teddy

Hundreds sign youngster's road safety petition after fatal crash

Malmesbury skydivers take a leap of faith for charity

Malmesbury skydivers take a leap of faith for charity

Nursery is graded outstanding by Ofsted

Heals volunteer general manager Alison Cross-Jones  (28550654)

Local heroes back Malmesbury charity

Head of fundraising Jen Green receives the cheque from league of friends chairman Robin Clark and fund supporter Arun Desai

Malmesbury fundraisers boost £2.9 million GWH radiotherapy appeal

Willis Brothers Fencing in Malmesbury who are Equestrian Course builders are heading to Rio for the Olympic games with the Fences they have built. L-R Tom Reeves, Tim Willis, Tristan Bourne, Matt Aldrich, Richard Willis and James Willis and Alan Willis. .

Wills Bros wins gold by a nose for Olympic contract

Malmesbury transport group installs defibrillator in minibus

Two of the cygnets, clearly getting bigger

Malmesbury swan blog: Week three for shrinking band of cygnets

Lottie Bostock and Josh, amazingly none the worse after his ordeal. Picture by Diane Vose

Much-loved hunting horse Josh, 28, survives 10 days trapped in thicket

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