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Wiltshire Council leader confident of maternity unit opening

THE leader of Wiltshire Council says she is confident that Trowbridge Birthing Centre will fully reopen to expectant mothers in the area, following a meeting with the NHS Foundation Trust.…

Melksham News now available on the radio

Melksham News now available on the radio

MELKSHAM News is now available on the radio after teaming up with Melksham Town Sound.  The news is now broadcast on the online radio station between Monday-Friday when presenters are…

Melksham women set for Mount Kilamanjaro climb

Melksham women set for Mount Kilamanjaro climb

TWO women from Melksham are set to embark on a challenge of a lifetime by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.  Ruth Emmett and Helen Wilkinson are to climb to the summit of…

Anger after bumper pay rise for Wiltshire Council chiefs

SENIOR managers at Wiltshire Council are set for a bumper pay rise of up to £19,975 but the move has been heavily criticised. The announcement comes after Wiltshire Council accepted…

Melksham Christmas fayre stalls available

BOOKINGS are now welcome for stalls at this year’s Christmas fayre.  The popular fayre is to take place on Saturday 23rd November starting at 2.00pm until 5.00pm when the town’s…

X Factor winner Steve Brookstein coming to Melksham’s Kings Arms hotel

X Factor winner Steve Brookstein coming to Melksham’s Kings Arms hotel

THE first ever winner of The X Factor is coming to Melksham to perform as part of an event at the Kings Arms Hotel.  On Thursday 12th September, the first…

Melksham Town Council wants coach parking to be re-introduced

THE decision by the town council to recommend coaches be allowed to use King Street car park once again has sparked a row between councillors.  In July 2010 residents near…

St George’s School in Semington plants new bushes

St George’s School in Semington plants new bushes

St. George’s School in Semington has planted some bushes in the school grounds after they were donated by Lowden Garden Centre.  The donated bushes were planted by pupils  Max, Kai,…

Kings Arms re-opens after £200,000 refurbishment

Kings Arms re-opens after £200,000 refurbishment

Historic Melksham pub the Kings Arms has re-opened after a substantial £200,000 refurbishment. Find out more about all the changes and new developments……

Melksham women take to the skies for world record attempt

Melksham women take to the skies for world record attempt

THREE local women are set to take part in a world record sky diving attempt. Crystal Foster and Robyn Clark from Melksham, along with their friend Naomi Thorn from Calne,…