THE owner of a swimming school for children from Luckington is one of the best triathletes in the world.
Mary Derrick, 59, of Sherston Road, Luckington, brought home a silver medal when she competed at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Rotterdam on September 14.
A SET of paintings that were donated to Oxfam in Malmesbury have raised an amazing amount of money after they were sold for about £1600 including gift aid at an auction earlier this month.
Malmesbury in Bloom returned with a flourish after a year's hiatus, on Friday, September 22.
Winners gathered on Friday night to receive certificates and cups from Mayor Wayne Jones and competition judge Lisa Gore.
CHURCHILL Retirement Living is inviting people in Malmesbury to join them for coffee and cake to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support at its William Lodge development as part of Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning campaign.
A CHARITY gig to remember a well-loved Malmesbury woman will be held on Saturday, October 7, at St Mary’s Hall, with all profits being donated to HEALS.
TWO women from Malmesbury are taking on the gruelling challenge of cycling 450km through Vietnam and Cambodia at the beginning of next year, in aid of three cancer charities very close to their heart.
INCREDIBLY bright and talented engineering undergraduates began their degree studies today (Thursday September 14), not at your normal university, but at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology.
A WELL-LOVED member of the community sadly passed away earlier this month, (Friday, September 1) after suffering from a short illness.
AN entrepreneur whose new clothing line which promises to tackle sustainability in the children’s fashion industry has won the 2017 James Dyson Award.
PEOPLE from Malmesbury and beyond ditched their everyday attire to take part in the popular Malmesbury Carnival procession dressed up as everything from Romans and mime artists, to little trolls on Saturday.