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  1. Laura is Wiltshire under-18 champion
    THIRTEEN-year-old  Laura Curtis from Shaw,  had a successful golfing half-term week, winning the girls’ section at the Cumberwell Park junior open on Monday 29th May. She followed this up by winning the Wiltshire County Girls U18 title at Ogbourne Downs Golf Club on Friday 2nd June and then after 90 holes of golf finished runner-up […]
  2. Melksham Town vs Bristol Rovers – Tickets on sale now
    TICKETS are on sale now for the pre-season friendly match that will see Melksham Town take on League One side Bristol Rovers. The match on Saturday 8th July, kicks off at 3pm at The Oakfield Stadium. Tickets are available from the stadium, which is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm. There are discounted […]
  3. Melksham CC 203 all out from 42.3 overs. Bathford CC 125 all out from 27.4 overs. Melksham won by 78 runs.
    AFTER last week’s poor batting display, Melksham set out to put that performance to rest as they batted first away at Bathford. The regular loss of wickets was not enough to stop Melksham from piling up the runs as they were able to build partnerships all the way down the batting line up. With nearly all […]
  4. Melksham CC 75 all out from 23.3 overs Purton CC 2’s 77-4 from 22 overs
    MELKSHAM hosted Purton 2’s hoping to keep their recent good form going. Purton however won the toss and looked to take advantage of both the pitch and windy conditions by bowling first, a decision that the Purton bowlers made sure was the right one. Melksham got off to a slow start which got worse when […]
  5. Melksham schools accept damning Ofsted reports and vow to improve
    HEADTEACHERS have expressed their disappointment following recent Ofsted reports which heavily criticised teaching standards, leadership and management in six Melksham schools. Seven of the eight schools which are in The Academy Trust of Melksham, were inspected by Ofsted in April with two rated ‘inadequate’, four rated ‘requires improvement’ and just one rated as ‘good’. But […]
  6. ‘Make Melksham’s Parks Great Again’ Campaign begins to save town’s parks as another play area is closed
    A CAMPAIGN to ‘Make Melksham’s Parks Great Again’ has been set up by a local mum who is fed up with the state of local parks. The campaign is designed to allow local people to share their views about the parks, upload pictures and come together as one voice to bring about change for the […]
  7. New food scheme to help struggling families
    A LOCAL Melksham woman who arrived in the town homeless last year, has kick-started her own community scheme to help struggling families. Starting from scratch just eight weeks ago, Kirstie McKeown has set up a new scheme called Melksham Food For You. The initiative collects food from local businesses at the end of the day […]
  8. Crowdfund to save iconic trees gets public support
    MELKSHAM locals have pledged their support to the idea that the town council set up a Crowdfund to raise money to replace any of the trees that may be felled in King George V playing field. At a recent town council meeting, in response to the idea that any trees removed should be replaced with mature […]
  9. Pixie, the hero cat, saves the life of choking toddler
    A LOCAL cat is in the running to win an award at the National Cat Awards after saving the life of a toddler who was choking on food as she slept. One night in November last year, Melksham parents Sophie Hellyer and Mike Sawyer were woken by their cat Pixie who was acting out of character. […]
  10. Anger at closure of paddling pool
    MELKSHAM families have expressed their disappointment following the news that the paddling pool in the park is to close permanently. Earlier this month Melksham Town Council voted to not proceed with plans to re-open the paddling pool after hearing that it would cost £8,500 to refurbish and run the pool for the upcoming summer holidays. Instead, […]