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Dunch Lane homes turned down

AN APPLICATION to build six new houses on Dunch Lane was thrown out by Wiltshire Council this month. The applicant had hoped to build six new homes across the lane…

Service of Remembrance

The Annual Service of Remembrance will be held at St Michael & All Angels Church, Canon Square, Melksham on Sunday 11th November at 3pm. The general public are requested to…

Ring found on Semington Road

A RING has been found on Semington Road, opposite the Total garage. The ring was found on Sunday 9th October at approximately 7am. It has been described as a man’s ring with…

Local author publishes fourth book

A local author is celebrating success after publishing her fourth book in a series of fantasy fiction. ‘Khalia’s Tomb’ is the latest adventure in The Skull Chronicles, which tell the…

Teenage golfer tees off for charity

A TEENAGER from Atworth played non-stop golf for 25 hours at Whitley Golf Club raising over £800 for Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Carer Support Wiltshire. 13 year-old Jamie Davis started…

Couple say thank you to Melksham community

A couple from Melksham have expressed sincere thanks for the support from the local community in helping them raise enough money to make life changing improvements to their home. Earlier…

Collision between car and cyclist in Melksham – appeal for witnesses

Police are appealing for information following a road traffic collision in Melksham. At approximately 6.37pm on 22nd September 2016, a 50-year-old man was cycling his bike along Spa Road with…

Witness appeal after High Street assault

Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault which took place in Melksham. At approximately 5pm on Friday 23rd September, a group of three women were in the High Street…

Villagers plan for stormy weather

VILLAGERS in Shaw and Whitley are invited to a meeting at Shaw Primary School Hall on Thursday 13th October to hear how the villages will cope in the event of…

Help Rotary plant the town purple

MELKSHAM Rotary Club is looking for volunteers to help plant thousands of flower bulbs as part of the organisation’s ‘Purple4Polio’ campaign. The club has 15,000 crocus bulbs to plant around the…