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Councillors discuss more town EV charging points

THE town council has considered installing more electric vehicle charging points in Melksham as part of the town council’s bid to do more to tackle climate change and reduce its…

Goodwills support cancer charity with lasting power of attorney scheme

GOODWILLS, a specialist legal practice who have been assisting local people with wills and related services for many years, have launched a new charity scheme to encourage people to learn…

We still want a park café and toilets say local families

We still want a park café and toilets say local families

A PUBLIC survey asking the town about the future use of the pavilion in the King George V playing field, has reinforced the message that families want a park café…

Friends of Shurnhold Fields stay open, thanks to community volunteers

Friends of Shurnhold Fields stay open, thanks to community volunteers

A VOLUNTEER group who look after Melksham’s mini country park, Shurnhold Fields, is now thriving, thanks to new members who have stepped forward to help. Last month, the group was…

Ignore road markings at roundabout advises council – they were painted in error

DRIVERS should ignore the arrows painted on the road approaching the roundabout which intersects Spa Road, the A36 and Pathfinder Way – they were painted in error by Wiltshire Council.…

Keeping Warm This Winter energy advice service launched in Melksham

A new energy advice service to help residents save money on spiralling energy bills this winter has been launched in Melksham. ‘Keeping Warm This Winter’ is a community based project…

Assembly Hall Community Survey

THE Melksham Assembly Hall Community Survey aims to understand what local people and hall users (such as community groups) think about Melksham Assembly Hall and how Melksham Town Council can…

Stunning fireworks display wows community

MELKSHAM’S first fireworks display for two years, was welcomed by a packed audience, who enjoyed fireworks set to music lighting up the sky, along with stalls, rides, lasers and food…

Melksham Without Parish Councillor vacancy

There is a councillor vacancy at Melksham Without Parish Council following the resignation of Councillor Mary Pile. An election will be held no later than 31st January 2023 if 10…

No news on park toilets re-opening

THERE is still no date set for the re-opening of Bath Road toilets. Melksham Town Council was forced to close the toilets at King George V Park, due to a…