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Town council declares war on climate change

MELKSHAM Town Council has pledged to make the town carbon neutral by 2030. The town council intends to promote local awareness of the dangers of climate change and create new climate…

Melksham Oak announces expansion plans

MELKSHAM Oak School has announced plans to expand the school from 1,260 to 1,500 students, aged 11 to 16, by the new school year in 2021. The plans, which are…

The Great Science Share for Schools 2019 campaign comes to Melksham

Children across Melksham are gearing up for The Great Science Share for Schools – the national campaign to inspire young people to share their science learning with new audiences. This…

Roundabout WORKS ‘on schedule’ But Drivers blast chaotic delays

WORK to alter the layout and introduce traffic signals at Melksham’s Farmers Roundabout on the A350, is on schedule to be completed for October – but road users have described the…

Could Melksham be home to a new urgent care centre?

MELKSHAM has a ‘wonderful opportunity’ to be the home to a new healthcare facility, providing new clinical services and urgent treatment in the West Wiltshire area, according to local health…

Questions raised about campus tennis courts

CONCERN has been raised about plans for the future management and maintenance of the new tennis courts at Melksham House. The two new courts, which are part of the ongoing…

Outcry as council lay down ‘unsafe’ headstones

FAMILIES have criticised Wiltshire Council’s decision to topple down  ‘unsafe’ headstones in Melksham Cemetery without telling anyone. Last week, the council laid down flat a number of headstones in the…

Melksham Youth Café now open

An exciting new initiative to provide a safe place for young people to hang out and meet with friends, was launched on Monday. Local youth charity, Young Melksham, opened the…

Alps adventure in classic car

ATWORTH resident, Michael Gibbs, has embarked on an adventure to the Italian Alps in a classic car – a 1932 Frazer Nash ‘Exeter’. For the sixth time, Michael is taking…

‘It looks like the work experience kid did them!’ Town council objects to campus plans

THE Melksham Campus saga took a dramatic new twist this month when Melksham Town Council objected to the plans. The project to convert the former Melksham House site into a…

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