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Campus saved from axe with £3million boost

THE Melksham Community Campus project has been saved from potential collapse with an additional £3million investment to its budget from Wiltshire Council, who are funding the project. According to a report…

Farmers Roundabout traffic lights start next week

WORK to alter the layout of Melksham’s Farmers Roundabout on the A350, is on schedule to be completed this month – and the new traffic light control system will become active…

Melksham residents injured in Totnes bus crash

EIGHT Melksham residents were passengers aboard a  bus which overturned into a field off the A385 in Devon, with one severely injured.  The double-decker Stagecoach South West bus, travelling from…

93-year old’s parking fine despite buying a ticket at Bath’s RUH

PARKING at Bath’s Royal United Hospital has come under fire again after a 93-year-old Melksham man was issued with a parking charge notice despite paying for a ticket.  It is…

‘Fight’ continues for town’s Christmas lights

OVER 1,700 people have signed an online petition against rules introduced by Wiltshire Council that could severely impact this year’s Christmas lights display. Residents have launched the campaign in response…

Town council criticised for closing splashpad during hot weather

RESIDENTS have criticised the town council for not opening the new splashpad in King George V playing field during good weather. Temperatures reached 24C over the weekend of Saturday 14th…

Parish council join the fight against climate change

MELKSHAM Without Parish Council is exploring how it can help villages reduce their  contribution to climate change. The parish council has proposed to install drinking water fountains in the playing…

The council that stole Christmas! Rules and regulations jeopardise town’s festive lights display

MELKSHAM Christmas Lights Group fear that rules introduced by Wiltshire Council could severely impact the town’s popular festive display. The local voluntary group say that they are no longer allowed to…

‘Much-needed’ service for vulnerable young people off to good start

An intervention service for vulnerable young people in the Melksham area has provided over 70 hours of support since its launch in April this year. The Melksham Targeted Intervention Service…

“Melksham needs a new secondary school!”

Oak school expansion is not enough say town council. MELKSHAM Town Council is urging that a new secondary school is built to cope with the increasing demand from new housing developments…

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