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Town’s first ClimateFest is this weekend!

Town’s first ClimateFest is this weekend!

MELKSHAM’S new ClimateFest event will take place this weekend, on Sunday 2nd October, encouraging residents of the town to be more environmentally responsible. The free event, which will take place…

Residents feel ‘let down’ as play area stays closed

Residents feel ‘let down’ as play area stays closed

A NEW play park at the Bowood View estate, off Semington Road, will remain closed to the public until a series of safety issues can be resolved. The park was…

Parish council push for new safe access to Oak School

Parish council push for new safe access to Oak School

LOCAL councillors are pressing Wiltshire Council to ‘pull their fingers out’ and build a new footpath and cycleway into the rear of Melksham Oak School. Currently, students use the footpath…

Mayor’s concern over how ‘green’ town Christmas tree will be

Mayor’s concern over how ‘green’ town Christmas tree will be

MELKSHAM’S mayor has expressed his concerns about the town’s plans, which were approved earlier this year, to display an interactive digital Christmas tree for the first time, in a bid…

New car park system for RUH following years of complaints

New car park system for RUH following years of complaints

THE car park system at RUH Bath has been taken over by a new contractor, Saba UK, who is implementing new pay stations, easier to use payment machines, and more…

New coffee shop drive-thru for Leekes’ car park planned

New coffee shop drive-thru for Leekes’ car park planned

PLANS for a coffee shop with a drive-thru facility within Leekes’ car park in Melksham were considered at a meeting of Melksham councillors last month.  Whilst considering the planned facility,…

Melksham pays tribute

Melksham pays tribute

MELKSHAM has been paying tribute to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. On Thursday evening last week (8th September), Melksham, along with the rest of the world, heard the sad…

Foodbank’s concern over rising demand as energy crisis worsens

Foodbank’s concern over rising demand as energy crisis worsens

Melksham Foodbank has seen a rise in local people needing support with food and toiletries and expect to see a rise in demand with the worsening energy crisis.  The Foodbank…

Campus retains free parking

Campus retains free parking

PARKING at the new Melksham Community Campus is to remain free – for the time being at least.  It has brought a sign of relief from users of the campus…

Company praised for electric charging hub plan

Company praised for electric charging hub plan

SOUTHERN Electricity, has applied for planning permission to instal an electric vehicle charging hub in Spa Road Melksham. At a meeting of Melksham Town Council’s economic, development and planning committee,…

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