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Fair Trade talk at WI

A quiz to test members’ knowledge of the Fair Trade Movement was the start of an interesting talk on the subject given by Vivienne Kynaston from Bradford-on- Avon.  19 members…

Gain confidence at Melksham Speakers Club

Do you stay home because you are unable to communicate clearly and enjoy meaningful conversations with your family, friends or indeed strangers? Do you lack confidence to start a conversation,…

Volunteers needed for local charity Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly Melksham group needs three or four more volunteers to host a tea party once or twice a year. Suzan Hyland, national volunteer support officer said, “We take…

Free baby and toddler group set to begin in Melksham

A NEW free weekly baby and toddler group is set to start at Melksham United Church.  Local volunteers have set up the group which is called ‘Little Gems’ and  will…

Local villages need help tackling speeding motorists

ATWORTH and Shaw & Whitley Community Speedwatch teams are appealing for volunteers in a bid to tackle excessive speed in the villages.  Community Speedwatch is a national initiative designed to…

New Christie Miller Bowls Club launched

The inaugural meeting of the new Christie Miller (Melksham) Indoor Bowls Club was held at Christie Miller recently.  A new unified management committee structure was elected with President Mr Dennis…

More singers needed at Melksham choral society

True or false? You can improve your health by sitting and looking at a book.  Sheila Jackson, on behalf of Melksham Choral Society explains, “If the book is a musical…

New members invited to join Melksham Choral Society

True or false? You can improve your health by sitting and looking at a book.  Sheila Jackson of Melksham Choral said, “If the book is a musical score then it…

Probus Club annual dinner coming up

On September 2nd Probus members met for their monthly lunch at The Kings Arms Hotel.  Their guest speaker, Mr. Michael Pearce, gave a comprehensive presentation on English apples, stating that…

Gain confidence at Melksham Speakers Club

Timid, shy, have difficulty in starting a conversation, or cannot communicate in a clear manner? When someone speaks to you, you wish the ground would open up and swallow you?…