Late Night Shopping takes months to arrange. We start at the end of August meeting weekly and this goes on until the event.  And then all day on the actual day.  So a big thank you to the following who have worked so very hard;

The Town Team, especially Sarah Wilde who Chairs the Working Party and is Mrs Late Night Shopping.

 Ash Scott and the working group from Malmesbury Town Council which includes Councillors Gavin Grant, Julie and Phil Exton, Helen Wallace, Paul Smith, Campbell Ritchie and Gary Darling-Parkes.

The Mayor – Multi tasking as usual not only opening the evening, but being part of the Morris Dancing.

Father Christmas.

Peggy, Catherine Doody, Kate Almond – Elf’s.

Town Clerk and Staff.

Nurden’s for lights.

Willis Brothers – for donation of Christmas Tree.

Jake Anderson – Tree Lights and Market Cross Lights.

Warden and Freemen for the use of the room for Santa’s Grotto.

Crystal Rexworthy (loan of reindeers for grotto).

Dave Shephard - for amplification at the Market Cross.

Malmesbury Fire Service.

GWAS (Independent Ambulance Service). 

Amanda’s Bistro.

Malmesbury Community Choir.

Junction 17 Recorders.

Athelstan Players.

Hope Church.

Malmesbury Concert Band.

Co Op.

Waitrose.

Lesley Wood at Malmesbury Marketing.

Athelstan Museum for loan of Bell.

Carnival for loan of road signs.

Brad Wallace for making the signs.

David Shelley for painting signs.

Cherry Tree, Mistral, Sassy & Boo - for wrapping presents.

Abbey Bell ringers.

R9Reg RLC Buckley Barracks - marshalling.

Gary Darling-Parkes for loan of barriers, arranging Marshalls, gazebo, and much more.

Last but not least, all the stall holders, fair rides, and open shops for ongoing support of the event. 

But most of all the residents of Malmesbury for coming out and supporting the event.

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Please be aware of an urgent closure taking place on the A429 Burton Hill, Malmesbury on 28th and 29th March between the hours of 09:30 – 15:30.  Please click here  to view the Notice from Wiltshire Council.  
There is a plan, currently open for public comment, to divide Malmesbury’s voice at Wiltshire Council. This plan is part of a review of Wiltshire Council’s electoral boundaries by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 2019
Mon, Mar 4th 2019
Malmesbury Town Council makes three annual Citizen Awards: Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year (the John Poole Cup) and Organisation / Group of the Year (the Paul Dove Trophy).
Please click here to view the notification for application references 18/02180/FUL & 18/06980/FUL, LIDL & ALDI respectively. The Committee meeting will be held at the Council Chamber, Council Offices, Monkton Park, Chippenham, SN15 1ER at 3pm on 6th March 2019.
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