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Bishop of Ramsbury opens Chilton Foliat Community Clubhouse

23 Jan 2020 Sue Round

Earlier this week, the Bishop of Ramsbury, the Right Reverend Dr Andrew Rumsey, led a service of thanksgiving and dedication and formally declared the Chilton Foliat Community Clubhouse open. 

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Wiltshire Council faces up to the NHS changes - and promotes the virtual meeting

23 Jan 2020

Last summer, when Councillor Philip Whitehead took over from Baroness Scott as leader of Wiltshire Council, he inherited the position of joint chairman of the county's Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB). 

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Mark Cooper confirmed as next year's Mayor and Andy Wilson to be his Deputy

22 Jan 2020

  Deputy Mayor, Councillor Mark Cooper was confirmed as the next Mayor of Marlborough at Monday's (20 January) meeting of the Full Town Council.

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Town Council approve precept increase for 2020/21

22 Jan 2020

At Monday (20 January) evening's meeting of the Town Council, councillors approved the setting of next year's precept - an increase of 5.76% over this year's level.

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Revamped Play Area for Manton's Jubilee Field gets go-ahead

22 Jan 2020

Councillors agreed by unanimous vote that the revamped play area in Manton's Jubilee Field is to go ahead at Monday (20 January) evening's Town Council meeting.

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St Francis School achieves gold in the Green Tree Schools Awards

21 Jan 2020 Sue Round

St Francis School in Pewsey is celebrating their gold award from the Woodland Trust’s Green Schools initiative – the Green Tree School Awards.  The gold award recognizes the green activities carried out at the school. These include tree planting, reducing carbon emissions and recycling. 

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Forestry England needs local views on the future management of Savernake Forest

21 Jan 2020

Forestry England is about to revise its Plan for Savernake Forest, and to help shape elements of this Plan, they are asking local people what is important and special to them about the Forest.

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Refugee drama on London Road as four stowaways arrested

21 Jan 2020 Sue Round

Four young Sudanese men were arrested this morning, Tuesday January 21, on London Road, Marlborough.  They had stowed away in a horse trailer belonging to Sue and Jeremy Riches, boarding at the French port of Caen.   

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Residents pack Council Chamber to present petition to Town Councillors

21 Jan 2020

  At last night's (Monday 20 January) meeting of the Town Council residents of Stonebridge Close presented a petition objecting to a proposal from the Town Council and ARK (Action for the River Kennet) to create an access into Stonebridge Meadow from Stonebridge Close.   Announced by ARK as a 're-opening' of the...

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Refugee drama on London Road as four stowaways arrested

Sue and Jeremy Riches with their horse trailer where they discovered four illegal immigrantsSue and Jeremy Riches with their horse trailer where they discovered four illegal immigrantsFour young Sudanese men were arrested this morning, Tuesday January 21, on London Road, Marlborough.  They had stowed away in a horse trailer belonging to Sue and Jeremy Riches, boarding at the French port of Caen. 


 

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Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards lands safely in Pewsey to deliver a rousing talk to a packed audience at Pewsey Vale School

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards demonstrating the 'Eddie The Eagle Dance' to Assistant Head Chantal Dean and the audience at Pewsey Vale SchoolEddie 'The Eagle' Edwards demonstrating the 'Eddie The Eagle Dance' to Assistant Head Chantal Dean and the audience at Pewsey Vale School"It was the sparks flying off the bottom of the skis, I couldn't see how he was going to be able to stop!"  Pewsey Vale Assistant Head Chantal Dean's own personal moment of Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards inspiration, recalled as she introduced Eddie to the Pewsey Vale audience.  A lasting childhood memory that exemplified his 'never say die' approach and drive to achieve.
 

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Review: The Big Moon - at Movida

The Big Moon - cover from their new Album 'Walking Like We Do'The Big Moon - cover from their new Album 'Walking Like We Do'Despite the arrival of Storm Brendan on Monday, Movida was packed upstairs for the arrival of London-based punk-pop band, The Big Moon. Playing a short set followed by a signing at Sound Knowledge in order to promote their new album, Walking Like We Do, the band offered a glimpse of their new material and old favourites before heading off on their UK tour supporting Bombay Bicycle Club, which starts on 20 January in Cambridge.


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Launch at White Horse Bookshop as local children’s author Debi Evans publishes two new books

Author Debi Evans with Rolo and her two new booksAuthor Debi Evans with Rolo and her two new booksLocal children’s author, Debi Evans and Rolo, her time travelling dog, are back in Book 5 of The Secret Adventures of Rolo – Phoenix and the Dragonling which will be launched, along with a colouring and activity book aimed at younger children at The White Horse Bookshop on Saturday (18 January) between 11am and 1pm..

 

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St Francis School achieves gold in the Green Tree Schools Awards

St Francis School pupils holding the Woodland Trust 'Gold Award' wooden plaque with Mrs Ashman and Miss Couse at the entrance to the school's Kindling Forest SchoolSt Francis School pupils holding the Woodland Trust 'Gold Award' wooden plaque with Mrs Ashman and Miss Couse at the entrance to the school's Kindling Forest SchoolSt Francis School in Pewsey is celebrating their gold award from the Woodland Trust’s Green Schools initiative – the Green Tree School Awards.  The gold award recognizes the green activities carried out at the school. These include tree planting, reducing carbon emissions and recycling. 

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Oare pupils are eco warriors with the help of Orlando the penguin

Oare pupils with Excalibur Academies Trust swords and Orlando the penguinOare pupils with Excalibur Academies Trust swords and Orlando the penguinPupils at Oare School are eco aware and setting a good example to other Excalibur Academies Trust Primary Schools.  They have been chosen to be the first school to host the fluffy Environmental Champion, the Penguin of Power, as he begins his tour of Excalibur Primary Schools.

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Marlborough Rugby: Inconsistency and lack of availability of key players takes its toll at Banbury

 

Will Grant scoring the tryWill Grant scoring the tryBanbury  38  -  19  Marlborough

On Saturday, Marlborough travelled over the border into Oxfordshire to play the return leg of this league fixture.  The sun was out, the air was fresh, and hopes were high of another good performance.  Unfortunately, this was not to be the case; in the warm up Will Grant gave the team a scare when there was concern as to whether he would be able to play due to a very painful shoulder but he did manage to complete the full eighty minutes.

 

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Marlborough College's December Carol Services raise over £8,000 for charities

Pictured above are (left to right) Angela Hughes (Friends of Erlestoke Prison), and Kate Aspbury (MO U6 & Senior Prefect), Nick Maurice (Thriving Through Venture), Reverend Tim Novis (Senior Chaplain), Christian Freeman (SU U6 & Senior Prefect) and Virginia Reekie (The Kempson Rosedale Trust)Pictured above are (left to right) Angela Hughes (Friends of Erlestoke Prison), and Kate Aspbury (MO U6 & Senior Prefect), Nick Maurice (Thriving Through Venture), Reverend Tim Novis (Senior Chaplain), Christian Freeman (SU U6 & Senior Prefect) and Virginia Reekie (The Kempson Rosedale Trust)The four Carol Services held in the Chapel at Marlborough College raised more than £8,000 which has been shared between four charities.

 

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