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Town’s Christmas tree to be home-grown for future generations?

MELKSHAM Town Council is to explore growing its own Christmas trees to use for the annual festive display in the Market Place. The idea could save the council, who last year…

One council for Melksham? Controversial council merger debate reignites

THE debate that Melksham’s two councils should be merged to create one unified council has been reignited. Melksham Town Council has proposed that they be merged with Melksham Without Parish…

Town council urge review of headstone safety inspections

MELKSHAM Town Council has appealed to Wiltshire Council to review its process for testing the safety of headstones in its cemeteries. The town council is asking that, where possible, families are…

Anger as vandals target parked cars

A BOWERHILL resident has expressed her dismay after her son’s car was vandalised whilst parked on their driveway. The incident took place overnight on Tuesday 27th August – and Angie Gazzard suspects that…

Parish council calls for end to pavement parking

Melksham Without Parish Council is supporting the Living Streets campaign to end pavement parking. The parish council has also requested that local MP Michelle Donelan support the campaign, which is…

New Melksham dementia support group launches

A NEW support group for people living with and affected by dementia has launched at Blenheim House Care Home. ‘The Memory Cafe’ is held on the first and third Thursday of…

Residents call for end to anti-social behaviour in play area

CONCERNS have been raised about anti-social behaviour at Cranesbill Road play area. Drug-use and sexual activity has prompted residents to complain to Melksham Town Council, local police, and GreenSquare, the…

Area Board boost for village emergency group

MELKSHAM Area Board awarded a grant to the Shaw and Whitley Community Emergency Group, at their meeting this month. The grant for £321 will be used to help purchase walkie…

“It ain’t perfect!” but town council give ‘thumbs up’ to revised campus plans

THE new revised plans for the Melksham Community Campus has received no objections from the town council. Discussing the revised plans at the town council’s economic development and planning meeting…

“It ain’t perfect!” but town council give ‘thumbs up’ to revised campus plans

THE new revised plans for the Melksham Community Campus has received no objections from the town council. Discussing the revised plans at the town council’s economic development and planning meeting…

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