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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…

Green-fingered residents brighten up Thornbank

TWO residents from Thornbank have been hailed for their commitment in turning the area surrounding the residential home into, “a beautiful area to be enjoyed by all.” That is the…

Come and join in The Big Walk for local charities

Local residents are being urged to join in The Big Walk from Melksham to Bath, to help raise funds for counselling support for young people and to bring cancer treatment…

Everyone welcome to the 65th Seend Flower Show

Seend will be holding its 65th Flower Show on Saturday 9th August this year. It will take place in the Community Centre, Rusty Lane, Seend. The Seend Fete is being…

Melksham man angered by glass in local park

A Melksham man has said he can no longer take his daughter to the basketball courts at  his local park due to them being covered in broken glass.  David Jones…

Town Heritage Discovery day

Do you ever wonder who lived in your house a hundred years ago, or its architectural history? What about the lives of your local ancestors? Are you interested in metal…

Fresh appeal for foster carers for rescued cats and kittens

AN urgent appeal has been issued for more foster carers to “open up their homes and their hearts” to abandoned cats and kittens. Cats Action Trust North & West Wiltshire,…

More seating to be installed in Bowerhill

BOWERHILL Residents Action group (BRAG) has been awarded an Area Board grant to buy more seats for the village. One has already been earmarked for the green opposite Tesco and…

RSPCA action day in Bowerhill Hall

The RSPCA Wiltshire Mid Branch is hosting an Animal Welfare Action day in Melksham on Wednesday 14th May at the Bowerhill Village Hall. On the day, experts, including RSPCA inspectors,…

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