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New youth workers to tackle ‘challenging’ park behaviour

A NEW ‘detached youth work’ service will be launched in the new year to tackle “challenging behaviour” in the King George V playing field and skate park. The new service, funded by…

With love from Australia to Atworth on Christmas Day!

Melksham’s volunteers bring mother and daughter together at Christmas AGE Friendly Melksham’s  Christmas dinner scheme helped to bring a mother and daughter, separated by thousands of miles, closer together on…

Town council asks for campus construction traffic guarantees

MELKSHAM Town Council has asked for reassurance from Wiltshire Council that campus construction traffic will not clash with school drop off and pick up times. Construction traffic for the campus…

Project encouraging vulnerable residents to get creative

A PROJECT to help vulnerable older people re-connect with their creative passions is being piloted in Melksham. The ‘Creative Conversations’ project is connecting isolated older residents over the phone with…

Shurnhold Fields’ car park plans delay comes under fire

THE delay to submit a planning application for a car park in Melksham’s mini country park, Shurnhold Fields, has been criticised. Plans for the new car park have been “stalled” and…

Walkers invited to retrace the route of Melksham canal

Walkers looking for new ways to enjoy their physical exercise during the pandemic restrictions are invited to learn more about the local history on their doorstep. The Wilts & Berks…

Busy year for Melksham Community Meals group

Towards the end of 2019, Melksham Community Meals said goodbye to The Assembly Hall and moved into Spencers. Sue Mortimer of Melksham Community Meals says, “We were very pleased with…

Free online training course for dementia carers

Family carers of people living with dementia in Wiltshire are invited to a free online training course starting January 11.  Run by Alzheimer’s Support, the six weekly sessions will be…

Have your say about future developments in Wiltshire

Wiltshire communities, businesses, town and parish councils and other local stakeholders are invited to have their say on the possible sites that may be marked for growth in their area.…

Melksham Lions Zoom into 2021

Melksham Lions say that this time last year they were looking forward and making plans for 2020.      President Jim Whyborn said, “ Well, we all know how that…

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