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“No sports for a generation!” Fury at shock Christie Miller closure

THE news that Christie Miller Sports Centre is to close next month has caused outrage amongst both users and clubs that use the facilities, who have been left with no alternative…

Town to celebrate International Day of Older People

MELKSHAM Seniors are inviting you to join them in the celebration of International Day of Older People on Monday 1st October with a special fun day and the opportunity for…

Roundabout plans should include safe cycling infrastructure says campaigner

A lack of consideration for cyclists in the plans for the enhancement of the A350 Farmers Roundabout in Melksham has been raised by a campaigner, who says that the redevelopment should…

Christie Miller Sports Centre to close next month

AFTER nearly a year of speculation, Wiltshire Council has confirmed that Christie Miller Sports Centre will close next month. The sports centre will close on Friday 19th October. Speaking about…

Young Melksham launch consultation on future of The Canberra Centre

Young Melksham has launched a public consultation asking residents in the town about the potential future use of The Canberra Centre (the old Youth Centre on Spa Road) and if…

Community pub sets its sights on £40,000 charity target!

STAFF at the White Hart in Atworth have set their sights on breaking through their fundraising target of £40,000 before the end of the year is out. Since Nathan and Kirsty Cortilla…

CCTV for King George V park to combat littering and vandalism

MELKSHAM Town Council has voted to install security cameras in King George V Playing Field to combat littering and vandalism. The decision comes following an appeal by Melksham parkrun organiser, Colin…

It’s official! Melksham is first town to join UK’s age-friendly network

MELKSHAM has officially become the first rural town to join the UK Network of Age-friendly Communities. News of Melksham’s membership first came in April this year – revealed exclusively in Melksham…

Melksham speaks out! Residents have their say on the town centre

MORE independent shops, a shoe shop and more places to buy clothes for all ages are just some of the ideas that the Melksham community has, to fill the vacant shops…

A waste of space? Market Place comes under fire

THE lack of use of Melksham’s re-developed Market Place has come under fire from the community after plans to introduce outside dining to the space were thwarted by Wiltshire Council. In…

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