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‘If the council won’t do it, I’ll do it myself!’: Dad takes grass cutting into his own hands

‘If the council won’t do it, I’ll do it myself!’: Dad takes grass cutting into his own hands

A LOCAL man who took it upon himself to cut the grass at his local park has been praised by the Melksham community. Frustrated with how overgrown it was, Craig Grant took…

Films coming up at the Assembly Hall

MELKSHAM Assembly Hall will show Hacksaw Ridge this Friday, 7th July at 7.30pm and A Dog’s Purpose on Friday 21st. Hacksaw Ridge (15): The true story of Pfc. Desmond T.…

Carnival and Party in the Park feature

Carnival and Party in the Park feature

Get ready for a summer of excitement in Melksham with this special feature about Party in the Park and Melksham Carnival:  …

Gompels are new main sponsors for Melksham Carnival

Gompels are new main sponsors for Melksham Carnival

LOCAL business, Gompels has given £500 to the  Melksham Carnival committee towards the running costs of this year’s event – double the amount they usually donate. James Pritchard, head of…

Funding boost for the Mad Dog Rugby Academy at Melksham Oak

Funding boost for the Mad Dog Rugby Academy at Melksham Oak

A rugby academy in Melksham has received a financial boost from Persimmon Homes Wessex. The Mad Dog Rugby Academy at Melksham Oak Community School has been gifted £3,000 towards new…

Help spruce Melksham up for South West in Bloom judging

Help spruce Melksham up for South West in Bloom judging

THE next Tidy Town Day will take place on Sunday 2nd July, and local people are being encouraged to get involved with tidying up the town in preparation for South West…

Blooming marvellous

Wiltshire College Lackham has very generously donated hundreds of summer bedding plants to complement those already being planted around Melksham. The donation will help to further enhance the town centre…

Melksham Millennium Mosaic receives a makeover

A remarkable piece of community work took place in the King George V Park, Melksham, this week following a meeting with the Amber Foundation, local resident Alan McFall, chairman of…

Town paddling pool to close permanently

Town paddling pool to close permanently

THE paddling pool in the park will not be opened this summer and it now looks like it could be closed for good. The pool was closed by Wiltshire Council…

Public show their support to save iconic trees

Public show their support to save iconic trees

A LOCAL man has proposed that Melksham Town Council start a Crowdfund to raise money to replace any of the trees that may be felled in King George V playing field. The…