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South West’s largest Camera & Photographic Fair

The Frome Wessex Camera Club will be holding a Camera & Photographic Fair on Sunday 12th April at the Cheese & Grain. This is the South West’s largest camera &…

Flood warden help wanted

Melksham Town Council, working closely with Wiltshire Council, is currently working on formulating a Flood Response Plan such that measures can be put in place to safeguard and mitigate against…

Time credits on offer as another ‘Tidy Town Day’ is coming up

MELKSHAM is set to host another of its ‘Tidy Town Days’ on Sunday 8th February.  The event has been organised in a bid to get the town ready for the…

Vet warns of dog disease outbreak

A Melksham vet is warning owners to be on their guard after a spate of cases of a serious bacterial infection which can be fatal to dogs.   Practices in…

Ballroom and Latin Social Charity Dance to be held at Melksham Conservative Club on Saturday 17th January 2015. The event is in memory of Melksham’s very own Len Goodman, Hector…

Upcoming gigs at Seend Acoustic Club

THE popular Seend Acoustic Club look forward to seeing you in the New Year, with gigs in January and February.    All these will be held  at Seend Acoustic Club,…

Wear your Woolly for Wildlife says Melksham Mayor!

MELKSHAM mayor Terri Welch is supporting a Christmas jumper campaign by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust called ‘Woolly for Wildlife’. Liz Boden, on behalf of WWT said, “We can take away the…

New recycling point in Seend for unwanted clothes

Seend Primary School is now able to take textiles suitable for recycling, throughout the year.  The school has its very own clothing recycling bin where people can drop off clothing,…

3,000 bulbs planted on Melksham’s Churchyard Challenge Day

Following some successful days of clearing and weeding in St Michael’s Churchyard in the past year, the project continued with a planting day on Saturday 1st October. Eighteen volunteers (including…

River pollution will have “minimal impact”

THE Environment Agency has responded to concerns about an oil leak in the River Avon, assuring that the issue is being resolved and damage to nature will be minimal. Further…

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