Steeped in History Scenic Setting Attractions A Thriving Centre

Steeped in History

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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Scenic Setting

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.
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Attractions

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.
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A Thriving Centre

The team at Malmesbury's Tourist Information Centre compiles a regularly updated list of upcoming events, which are available as an easily downloadable PDF guide to what's on
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About Us

The Town Council is a democratically elected body of 16 Councillors and is the first tier of local government.

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Town Events

Please call into the Tourist Information Centre for more details about forthcoming events in Malmesbury.

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Attractions & Accommodation

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

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Book A Room At The Town Hall

The impressive Town Hall and its rooms are available for hire, with community discounts available.

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Town Council Meetings

Stay up to date with the activites of the Town Council here.

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Latest News

Following numerous reports over several years from local residents about the dangers of walking along Whychurch Hill because of the volume of traffic and the number of unlawfully and inconsiderately parked vehicles, Malmesbury Town Council in conjunction with Wiltshire Highways and the Malmesbury Area Board have agreed a project to introduce a pedestrian safe route along this road.
From the 30th July you will be able to recycle even more plastic items in the blue lidded recycle bin. In addition to the usual plastic bottles and cardboard, you can include yoghurt pots, plastic trays (not black ones or plastic film), margarine tubs, ice cream tubs and also juice, milk and soup cartons.
Last opportunity to make your views known - Survey closes Saturday 30th June Malmesbury Town Council is seeking the views of residents, shops, businesses and visitors on a resident's suggestion that the area around the Market Cross should be pedestrianised.
Competition Time!
Tue, Jun 5th 2018
 The Malmesbury In Bloom Garden Competition is now open and we are taking entries at the Town Hall . Last year we had a record number of entrants and look forward to the same again this year.
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