Malmesbury 'AskMeTeam' welcome back shoppers to the town!

Malmesbury 'AskMeTeam' welcome back shoppers to the town!

Two of the Malmesbury 'AskMeTeam' members were on hand on Saturday 4th July to welcome and help shoppers/visitors back into Malmesbury.  Deborah and Matt are pictured here with the General Manager of The Old Bell Hotel, Christophe Dumeige which reopened it's doors on Saturday.

 

Malmesbury Shoppers Keeping It Local

Malmesbury Shoppers Keeping It Local

Retailers in Malmesbury have welcomed the return of shoppers to the High Street and town centre following re-opening of non-essential shops on 15 June. Many have reported an increase in customer confidence following the social distancing measures put in place by retailers and the combined efforts of Malmesbury Town Team, Malmesbury Town Council and Wiltshire Council in time for the first day of trading.

Malmesbury Young Citizen George Gets His Award

Malmesbury Young Citizen George Gets His Award

 

The easing of lockdown meant Malmesbury's Young Citizen of the Year, George Davies could finally be presented with the John Poole trophy.

Young Citizen of the Year - George Davies

Young Citizen of the Year - George Davies

And the winner is - George Davies! Congratulations to George.

Junior Citizen of the Year - Ben Thornbury

Junior Citizen of the Year - Ben Thornbury

And the winner is - Ben Thornbury! Congratulations to Ben and also to Louis Harvey who was also nominated. 

Citizen of the Year Awards - Community Group

Citizen of the Year Awards - Community Group

And the winner is - Malmesbury Community Choir! Congratulations to them and all our other great Community Group nominees. Malmesbury Community Choir are represented here by Sian Nickson on a still from the Awards Night Ceremony.

Citizen of the Year Awards

Citizen of the Year Awards

There was a packed house for Thursday night's Citizen of the Year Award's. Imagine this screen times four! Congratulations and huge thanks to all the nominees and winners!

What a great St Aldhelm's Day!

What a great St Aldhelm's Day!

A huge thank you to everyone who made yesterday's Virtual St Aldhem's day such a success! If you missed anything out, the recorded material is still on our Facebook and YounTube sites.

It's our Virtual St Aldhelm's Day Fair Today!

It's our Virtual St Aldhelm's Day Fair Today!

Come and join the fun! On You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCahYErk00i4mINBK2igDLmg and our Malmesbury Town Council Facebook page from 12 noon: https://www.facebook.com/MalmesburyCouncil

Plus live Zoom events at 1:30 and 4:00pm (see Announcement or Main Listing on this site) and Malmesbury Community Radio from 7pm: shorturl.at/cguvR

It is our virtual St Aldhelm's Day on Monday!

It is our virtual St Aldhelm's Day on Monday!

We've been celebrating St Aldhelm's Day since 1086 but this will be the first time it has been done virtually! Among lots of claims to fame Aldhelm wrote riddles - to prove it this is a picture of his book of riddles!

LOCAL NEWS.

Local stories in and around the Malmesbury area to keep you up-to-date.

ATTRACTIONS
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A wonderful place to visit with a wealth of attractions right on the doorstep.

MALMESBURY

Malmesbury is a beautiful town to visit in its own right and attractions include the jewel in our crown being Malmesbury Abbey, the fabulous Abbey House Gardens, and Malmesbury’s 15th century Market Cross.

For more than two and a half millennia successive generations have populated this hilltop, which forms the centre of the community we now call Malmesbury.
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