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Bowerhill School fete attracts over 1,000 people

BOWERHILL Primary School say their fete this year was a huge success after the sum of £4,300 was raised.  The event was opened by Bath’s Panto star Jon Monie and…

Duke of Edinburgh success for local youths

LOCAL youths have celebrated their achievements in obtaining Duke of Edinburgh awards at a recent ceremony.  Twenty youngsters were awarded certificates with 18 receiving a  bronze and two picking up…

St George’s Semington welcomes a permanent appointment

St. George’s Primary School in Semington has permanently appointed Gordon Campbell as their headteacher.  The 42-year-old father of two has been on a secondment to the school since earlier this…

Outdoor project for Nursery School garden in Melksham

The children and staff at Kingfisher Nursery School are busy planning a new exciting outdoor project for their garden area.  After receiving some funding from Wiltshire Council towards the project,…

Special visitor to Aloeric school

Aloeric Primary School’s children enjoyed some special animal visits recently. Squirrel and rabbit class enjoyed a visit by George, a puppy walker for Guide Dogs for the Blind, who brought…

Melksham schools to join forces

SCHOOLS in Melksham and surrounding villages are hoping to join forces to create a joint working partnership to enhance their performance.  Melksham Oak, Bowerhill, St George’s, St Mary’s, Seend, Shaw…

Author set to open Melksham Oak Discovery Centre

A MUCH celebrated author of teenage fiction, who has sold over one million copies of her best-selling series, is to formally open a new ‘Discovery Centre’ at Melksham Oak.  Author…

Seend celebrate double inspection success

SEEND Primary School is celebrating a double success after being praised for its performance following a Ofsted and church inspection.  Headteacher Jackie Chalk returned from the Easter break to a…

Mobile farm visits Melksham school

CHILDREN at Sunflowers pre-school were given a unique experience to get close to animals as a mobile farm visited the school.   The mobile farm run by Bowerhill man, David…

Aloeric School encourages pupils to get active on their school run

Aloeric is encouraging pupils to jump on their bikes and their scooters for The Big Pedal.  This runs from 3rd March until the 14th March and is a national competition…