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

Look out for  the third Wessex Week coming to Malmesbury soon.  The event was set up to replace the BBC History Magazine Weekend by local residents Barbara Pollard, Julia Bowen & Tony McAleavy.  
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.
Living in a cold home can be bad for your health.  Consistently low temperatures in your home may exacerbate existing health issues (particularly respiratory and cardiovascular conditions) and make it harder for you to recover from illnesses.  It can cause you and your family to feel miserable at home, affecting concentration, dexterity and mental health. 
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