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Author Ted Tayler’s new release

Melksham author, Ted Tayler, released the ninth book in The Phoenix series last month. Revenge Comes In Many Colours’ is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle versions, along…

Read Easy Melksham Correction

IN A press release printed in the last issue of The Melksham News, Read Easy Melksham’s coordinator’s telephone number was wrongly supplied.  Please call 0844 472 2986 for more information…

Wiltshire Sight launch Christmas campaign

Christmas is just around the corner, a time when we are constantly exposed to bright lights and displays – imagine this without being able to see. That is the reality…

Ma Maison offers help to dog owners

DOG owners can now shop at local decor and gift shop, Ma Maison, with the peace of mind that their furry friends are safely tied up outside. Owner Philip Shone said,…

Coping with stress at Christmas Advice from Wiltshire Mind

It is difficult to avoid stress at Christmas despite it being a wonderful time of the year!  We all get weighed down by the preparation for Christmas, rushing around, making…

Local author releases third book

LOCAL author, Matt Hill, of Seend Cleeve has released his third book titled ‘Living Systema’, published by Mirador Publishing. Matt Hill, a professional martial arts and health and fitness teacher,…

Popular motor business owner remembered

OWNER of Classic Motors and popular Melksham resident, Joe Barbieri,  died on Saturday 25th November after an 18-month battle with cancer, at the age of 65. Paying tribute to his father,…

Melksham looks for new on-call firefighters

NEW recruits to provide fire cover for Melksham and its surrounding area, is needed by Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service. On-call firefighters make themselves available to respond to a pager…

Melksham to plant 200 trees for fallen soldiers of WW1

MELKSHAM will plant 200 trees next year to commemorate soldiers from the local area who lost their lives during World War 1. The trees are being donated by the Woodland…

Still time to add your views about future housing in Melksham

The Melksham Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group were out in the community on the weekend of 10th and 11th November, consulting on potential housing sites within Melksham and Melksham Without. If…