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Read Easy AGM

The first Annual General Meeting of Read Easy Melksham will take place on Friday 8th April at 2.00pm in Queensway Chapel. This is a public meeting to which anyone interested…

Melksham Choral Society spring concert

Melksham Choral Society is starting its 2016 season with an English Folksong-based concert.  Chairman Sue Lamprell  said, “Rehearsals are going well with conductor Paul Badley and pianist Sue Law moving…

World War I remembered

A local group led by volunteers have started the ‘Melksham Remembers’ project. The group have an exciting event planned on Monday 21st March from 7.00pm at the Canberra Centre, Spa…

Semington residents welcome No Entry Watch

Semington residents have welcomed the introduction of a No Entry Watch scheme aimed to reduce the misuse of a no through road in the village. The watch scheme, which is…

5,000 pounds lost by Bowerhill slimming group

Slimmers in Melksham’s Bowerhill group are celebrating a successful year after losing a total of 5,006 lbs between them in 2015. The members are boosting their weight losses even higher…

‘Young Listeners’ hope to make a difference

A LOCAL charity is asking young people to share their experiences of using health and social care services in the area, in the hope of helping providers to improve services in the…

New fun & friendly choir in Melksham

A NEW choir has started in Melksham and is appealing to local people to go along and join the fun, whatever their ability. The One Voice Community Choir rehearses at the United…

Melksham Historical Association

Melksham and District Historical Association February meeting  was led by Mike Stone who gave an presentation  entitled, ‘The Brunel Brotherhood – Early Railway Engineering.’ Mike’s slide show and talk was…

Melksham Flower Arrangement Society

Members of the Melksham & District Flower Arrangement Society enjoyed taking part in the practice class ‘All Fenced In’ tutored by Rosalyn Clarke and a demonstration by Irene Hickson this…

‘Dealing with disasters’ at Melksham Probus

After a wholesome lunch of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and vegetables followed by apple crumble, we had a very interesting talk by David Head about “Dealing with…