We can happily say that Spring has sprung and so now is the time to start thinking about the Malmesbury In Bloom garden competition. Last year we had a record number of entrants and look forward to the same again this year.

 

Judging will take place on the 19th July and a presentation evening for all entrants will be held at the Town Hall in September.

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No matter what the size of your garden or growing space there is a category for you so please call in to the Town Hall and collect an entry form or download one here, we at the Town Council want your hard work to be recognised.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU

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This is the last year, as it is the Centenary of the First World War, that the Town Council will host a Commemorative Afternoon Tea. This is a free event for residents and invites can be collected from the town hall.
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A consultation by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking your views on the electoral review of Wiltshire Council, your opinion matters.
A planning application 18/06980/FUL has been submitted on behalf of Aldi Stores Limited to construct a new food store at the Malmesbury Garden Centre site at the junction of the A429 and the B4014. The application also includes an outline application for replacement of the Garden Centre and/or employment uses at that location.
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