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Malmesbury

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

Gavin Grant, chairman of HEALS, Brian Blade, treasurer of HEALS, and Tracey Gallacher, field sales manager of Persimmon Homes Wessex

Malmesbury charity lands cash boost from developer

Willis Brothers team members, from left, Tom Reeves, Tim Willis, Tristan Bourne, Matt Aldrich, Richard Willis and James Willis and Alan Willis. By Diane Vose (DV2217/01)

Malmesbury family firm on way to Rio for Olympic Games

Rory Sweet with his Russian-American 5,000mph rocket (27241189)

Malmesbury millionaire buys a Russian rocket for his garden

Blistered feet don't stop brave mum finishing 100km charity walk

Blistered feet don't stop brave mum finishing 100km charity walk

Judith Fooks, mum Catherine Attewell and daughter Amelia Taylor hold the sweet raffle for Heals of Malmesbury. By Diane Vose DV2262/23 (27073606)

Malmesbury festival recognises the date of saint's death

Beaufort Hunt secretary Nigel Maidment riding Josh, the Roman nosed gelding

Reward posted for clues to whereabouts of Josh the gelding from Sherston

Feeding time for the swans and cygnets

Malmesbury swan blog: Second dramatic week for the cygnets

Jade Dando comes runner up in the Miss Swindon contest

Malmesbury student promotes the positives of pageants

Have you seen Josh, the roman nose gelding?

Beaufort Hunt volunteers on the hunt for missing gelding Josh

Kate Durr and family

Malmesbury actress wins major prize for garden design

Malmesbury Farmers' Market is reopened in 2007 by the town's mayor, John Lawton. Picture by Diane Vose

Malmesbury Farmers' Market becomes victim of own success

The swans and cygnets at Station Yard, Malmesbury. Picture by Liz Bradley

Concern over swans near weir in Malmesbury

Frank and Joan Walker, 70th Wedding Anniversary

Young gardeners Bertie Kinch, Jemma Cox, Oscar Slade and Harry Haines proudly display their produce

Minety youngsters grow for gold at Chelsea

James Gray, his wife Phillipa and supporter celebrate his increased majority in North Wiltshire. Picture by Trevor Porter

Election 2015: James Gray increases majority in North Wiltshire

Simon Killane is standing as an Independent in the North Wiltshire constituency

General Election 2015 candidates: Simon Killane (Independent)

A statue of St Lullus at Bad Hersfeld

Malmesbury set to celebrate its forgotten saint

Visitors are drawn to Badminton not just for the horses, but for its wide shopping arena

Badminton Horse Trials opens today bringing huge boost to Malmesbury businesses

Sherston cricket club nets £23,000 in grants

Giles Wareham is standing as an Independent in the North Wiltshire constituency

General Election 2015 candidates: Giles Wareham (Independent)

Volunteers urged to sign up for giant Malmesbury Baron project

HEALS of Malmesbury launch a new cookery book. Beetroot and
Siobhan Boyle (SMB497/7) (23861952)

Malmesbury charity Heals' community cookbook

Jacki Sors is walking from London to Brighton to raise funds for St Josephs School Malmesbury. L-R Niamh, Olivia, Jacki Sors, Benjamin, Noah, Conor and Giovanni. .Pics by Diane Vose DV2161/01. (24270361)

Mum walks from London to Brighton to aid Malmesbury school's library

Carer's warning over lottery scam

Phil Chamberlain is the Green candidate for North Wiltshire

General Election 2015 candidates: Phil Chamberlain (Green)

Sir James Dyson

Sir James Dyson stays richest in South West as fortune shoots up by £500m to £3.5bn

Malmesbury firefighters to the rescue of dogs locked in car

James Gray is the Conservative candidate for North Wiltshire

General Election 2015 candidates: James Gray (Conservative)

Malmesbury School headteacher Tim Gilson congratulates Abigail Morgan on her scholarship

Malmesbury teenager wins £36,000 scholarship from manufacturer Dyson

Watch manager Chris Harvey (23885155)

Malmesbury fire station looking for new on-call firefighters

Peter Baldrey is the Labour candidate for North Wiltshire

General Election 2015 candidates: Peter Baldrey (Labour)

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