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Lost watch

A ladies rose gold watch was lost in the town centre area on Tuesday 3rd January. It was a Christmas present and is of sentimental value. If found please contact…

Melksham author releases thriller fiction

MELKSHAM author Alan Barrett has released his latest book, From Shadows…To a Darker Place. Detective Inspector Frank Crosby has been retired for over three years – a direct result of…

GP surgery rated ‘Good’ by watchdog

MELKSHAM’S biggest GP surgery has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an inspection in November. Giffords Surgery on Spa Road, which has over 13,000 registered patients, received…

Poppy Appeal passes £22,000 but parade behaviour disappoints

THIS year’s Poppy Appeal has so far raised £22,394.18 and with some collections still to be counted, organisers are hopeful the total will once again be record-breaking. Organisers have thanked…

Local man prepares for London Marathon in memory of Keiren Edney

A MAN from Melksham will be running the London Marathon this April to raise money for Meningitis Now in memory of Keiren Edney who died suddenly last year from meningitis.…

New trains stay for good as journeys jump from 12,000 to 60,000

THOUSANDS more people have taken the train to and from Melksham this year and services will continue to improve as a three-year trial has been hailed a huge success. The trial,…

Have your say on the future of Melksham

MELKSHAM people will get the chance to have their say on issues affecting the town at a special ‘Our Community Matters’ conference later this month. The event, to be hosted by…

Melksham author releases thriller fiction

MELKSHAM author Alan Barnett has released his latest book, From Shadows…To a Darker Place. Detective Inspector Frank Crosby has been retired for over three years – a direct result of…

Pop-up coffee shop to start in Bowerhill

A NEW pop-up coffee shop will be starting in Bowerhill this month. ‘Coffee on the Way’ will transform the village hall into a high street coffee house where quality hot drinks…

Local woman publishes book of poems

LOCAL woman, Pam Muller, has put together a book of poems she has written, with money raised from sales being donated to local causes. Friend of Pam, Martina Gibbs said,…