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Developers appeal decision to refuse plans for 50 houses in Berryfield

Developers appeal decision to refuse plans for 50 houses in Berryfield

AN appeal has been launched over Wiltshire Council’s refusal to grant planning permission for 50 houses, on land west of Semington Road.  Developer, Terra Strategic, submitted outline plans (ref: 20/07334/OUT)…

Family pays tribute to teenager

Family pays tribute to teenager

THE family of 18-year-old Ben Smith have paid tribute to their much-loved son, brother and grandson.  Ben died in hospital on Tuesday 2nd November following an assault in Bath in…

Clean up after your dog!

Clean up after your dog!

DOG owners that use the Bowerhill Sports Field are being encouraged to clean up after their pet.  According to Melksham Without Parish Council, the darker evenings have resulted in a…

What next for Lloyds Bank building?

What next for Lloyds Bank building?

THE building that is currently home to Melksham’s last bank is expected to go on the market in the near future.  Commercial property agents, Hooton’s, has said that the building…

Melksham out of juice until 2022 for electric vehicles

Melksham out of juice until 2022 for electric vehicles

OWNERS of electric vehicles wanting to charge their vehicle in the town centre will have a long wait, as there are no plans to replace the damaged charging point in…

Life-saving defibrillator for train station cafe

Life-saving defibrillator for train station cafe

A NEW life-saving defibrillator has been installed at the Melksham Hub Café, next to the train station.  The new defibrillator has purchased thanks to a grant from Community Rail Network…

Smaller park dog-run to stay open

Smaller park dog-run to stay open

THE original dog run in King George V playing field is be kept open for smaller, shy and nervous dogs.   The enclosed dog run – which is located adjacent…

New town council logo gets go-ahead – but the mayor calls it ‘horrendous waste of money’

New town council logo gets go-ahead – but the mayor calls it ‘horrendous waste of money’

A NEW ‘exciting’ logo for Melksham Town Council has been given the thumbs up by the majority of councillors.  But the town’s mayor, cllr Jon Hubbard, has criticised the new…

New bike maintenance stations for town centre

PUBLIC bike maintenance stations are to be installed in the town to encourage residents to swap four-wheels for two.  Two units – which equip people with the tools needed to…

Jen is ‘stepping’ her way up Everest

Jen is ‘stepping’ her way up Everest

A MEMBER of staff at a Melksham-based care company will trek to Mount Everest Base Camp next year to raise money for charity. Autonomy Care Group’s Marketing Coordinator, Jen Latham,…

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