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These sites can help with researching the history of Malmesbury.

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Athelstan Museum Malmesbury Malmesbury is extremely fortunate to have the volunteer-run Athelstan Museum. Admission is free and the museum is open every day, in the Town Hall. 
Historic England National oversight of listed buildings in England is the responsibility of Historic England. The advanced search function of the Historic England website allows you to identify every specific listed building in the Malmesbury area and find out more about its distinctive history. 
Malmesbury Civic Trust For over fifty years the Civic Trust has been active in the protection of the historic and natural environment of the area. The Trust participates in planning discussions, produces publications and organises conservation activities. 
Online Parish Clerk (OPC) The OPC project is an excellent county-wide initiative that is collecting together historical sources relating to every parish in Wiltshire. The Malmesbury page of the OPC website is developing all the time but already contains a fascinating array of Malmesbury sources. 
Tetbury History Society  
The National Archive (TNA) The national records office for England is at Kew in London. It contains many important documents from the Malmesbury area. The TNA search engine includes both the collection at Kew and the catalogues from most local record offices. 
Website for Duncan and Mandy's Photographs Duncan and Mandy Ball have posted on their website over 40,000 photographs of historic buildings in north Wiltshire, with a particular focus on historic churches. Their site includes many photographs of Malmesbury Abbey and other churches in the Malmesbury district. 
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre Anyone interested in researching Malmesbury history should sooner or later visit the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre. This is the county records office for the historic county of Wiltshire, situated in the centre of Chippenham. 
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