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Credit Union on the move

The Credit Union Saturday collection point which has been at Edwards Stationery in Bank Street for 12 months is moving to its more familiar setting of Melksham Library from May…

Could you spare just a few hours to support day centre?

The Happy Circle Day Centre is losing its long serving secretary Win Rose who has decided to stand down at the AGM on 15th June after years of sterling service. …

Walking Football at Christie Miller

The FA Mars Just Play! Walking Football programme is informal football at its best – it’s about turning up for an hour of exercise, a bit of fun and aims…

Melksham Flower Club

The morning practice class of ‘flowers in a card’ was facilitated by Kay King, and it was agreed they would make a lovely gift for Mother’s Day or other event.…

Melksham & District Historical Association

A fascinating talk on the West Kennett Long Barrow (WKLB) was given by Peter Knight at our February meeting.  Peter is a sacred sights guide, speaker, dowser and author. The…

Jazz meets Melksham Choral Society in April

Come and hear your local choir on Saturday 25th April for a mixed evening of singing from Haydn and Sinatra to Bob Chilcot’s Little Jazz Mass. Rehearsing under the baton…

Townswomen’s Guild enjoy landmark 60th Anniversary

The vice chairman from headquarters, Mrs Jenny Rideout and 17 members of Melksham’s Towns-women’s Guild gathered at the Kings Arms to celebrate their Diamond Anniversary on Friday 20th March. The…

Learn the basics at new computer club

MELKSHAM Seniors have teamed up with Wiltshire Online to offer computer support to local people, and are on the lookout for volunteers to start a new weekly club. The initiative,…

Shoppers offer token of support to canal campaign

Melksham shoppers have been thanked for supporting the restoration of a former waterway. The Wilts & Berks Canal Trust was one of the latest beneficiaries of the Waitrose Community Matters…

Gain confidence with Speakers Club

Are you shy? Do you  feel that you have lost the courage to go out and meet new people? Perhaps you would like to apply for the job of your…