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Town and Parish councillors finally reach an agreement on country park plans

MELKSHAM Town and Melksham Without Parish councillors have finally reached an agreement on how to move forward with the proposed mini country park on the site of the former George Ward…

Is downsizing the answer to our housing crisis?

The UK is in need of thousands of new houses to meet the needs of young people and in particular, there is an urgent need for three and four bedroom…

Parish councillor elected unopposed for Bowerhill Ward

RETIRED teacher, David Pafford, has been elected unopposed as a new Melksham Without parish councillor for the Bowerhill Ward and is excited for the interesting times ahead. Melksham Without Parish…

A record turnout for The Wiltshire 10

A record 600 runners signed up for the eighth running of the Wiltshire 10 Road Race in Melksham. In somewhat chilly conditions, the field set off from Lowbourne Road and…

Increasing the accessibility of smart meters in bid to help reduce fuel poverty

The importance of increased accessibility of smart meters for all has received support from local MP Michelle Donelan. Smart meters are a crucial means of putting the consumer back in…

Town council appoint landscape company to improve King George V park

MELKSHAM Town Council has appointed Peter Baker from NVB Landscapes to design and oversee the proposed improvements at King George V playing field.  An early consultation was led by Peter…

Campus plans ‘moving ahead and on time’

Estimated Timeline Final design concept:  Feb – April 2018 Cost plan 1:  March – April 2018 Update surveys:  Feb – Jun 2018 Developed design & Planning information:  Apr – Jul.…

Gold ring found

A GOLD ring has been found at St Andrew’s Church in the Melksham Forest area. Please contact Margaret on 07960 480887.…

Earn £224 tax free with your spare room!

At a time when inflation is rising and wage rises remain low, many people look to find ways to supplement their income. “This may be working extra  overtime or taking…

Melksham House car park to close for essential maintenance

MELKSHAM House car park is due to close for essential maintenance to be carried out by Wiltshire Council. The car park will be closed from 10pm on Sunday 4th February until…