The Battle of the Somme began early in the morning of 1 July 1916. It was an Anglo-French campaign fought over four and half months through the summer and autumn of 1916 across a front which stretched some forty-five kilometres from north to south.
The Friends of Savernake Hospital & the Community have made a grant of £6,000 for Hope For Tomorrow which runs mobile chemotherapy units. The grant will help provide a new nurse support vehicle to work with the units.
The Angels are the club's girls teams and Becky Knox, a qualified coach to FA Level 2 and Youth Module 2, as well as being a cup-winning MTFC ladies player
Leon Atkins - known to all as L’il Jimmy Reed - has been described as 'the last of the great Louisiana blues artists.' He will perform at the Festival
Simon Truelove, the Chief Finance Officer at Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group, will be leaving the organisation in September 2016 to take up the post of Chief Finance Officer at NHS Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership Trust (AWP), which is based in Chippenham.
Runners are being invited to put their best feet forward to help fund a new school classroom at St Katharine’s School.
The inaugural Savernake 10K in being held on Saturday, July 9. Starting in the school grounds, cross country runners will wend their way through the historic and beautiful Savernake
The Vale Health and Wellbeing Centre will be located on the current leisure centre site providing a range of facilities for the local area.
There was a consensus among the Wiltshire Councillors at the early morning extraordinary meeting of Marlborough Area Board (June 20) that while the Marlborough Youth - or MY - Music Festival was a good idea, they needed to see some definite return for the extra money they were being asked
The audience were treated to a wide range of music from the orchestra’s repertoire, including Rossini’s Overture from Il signor Bruschino, Beethoven’s Symphony No 2 in D Major, Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slave, Delibes’ Le
A steady stream of interested residents made the Town Hall a busy place on Saturday (18 June) when the Steering Group for the Marlborough Area Neighbourhood Plan held an Open Day, where people could come and learn about the plan, what it means for them and where they live, and
- 'Create a Bee' competition for Marlborough in Bloom - judging at St Peter's
- Crofton Beam Engines launch £27,500 rescue appeal
- Opportunity for young people to visit Parliament
- Six months’ jail for Woodborough man who drove on wrong side of dual carriageway
- Do you recognise Baydon Post Office burglar?
- The search is on for the Bard of Marlborough
- Youth Festival bid to go under the microscope
- Award-winning singer-songwriter Tom Odell to perform in Marlborough
- Marlborough's Neighbourhood Plan - your chance to input on Saturday (18 June) at the Town Hall
- Burbage drug dealer who made £120k must pay £4,500 to authorities
- MBE for archaeologist and ceramicist
- Pedestrian named after fatal collision on A4
- Jail for thieves who hit businesses in Marlborough, Pewsey, Aldbourne and Froxfield
- St Mary's packed for service to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th Birthday
- Residents call for lower speed limit after tragic accident
- Lorry driver spends Friday morning doing the ‘Silverless Street Shuffle’
- Fatal Collision near to Savernake Hospital yesterday - 9 June - Police appealing for witnesses
- Happy Birthday Ma'am.....
- Rock fans prepare for a summer of music in Marlborough and Pewsey
- Jail for artist caught with £50,000 of drugs, charges dropped against Burbage woman
- Diving property sales: what does it mean for Marlborough?
- Aldbourne Band achieve two Top Placings at the French Open Championships
- All the fun of the farm, at Open Farm Sunday
- How one woman's protest letter focused attention on a major NHS issue
- Crown Estate put their Salisbury Road development area on the market
- With St Peter's School about to slide into history - a plea to record its story as a Marlborough institution
- Marlborough's weather: May's temperatures nudged over the average - ending a chilly Spring
- Dr Nick in Calais: Day Seven, final report - the testimony of a boy aged twelve
- Warren Mailley-Smith's 'Evening with Chopin': a real highlight ends the fourth series of St Peter's Church recitals
- St Peter's Church flies some special flags - and you can climb to the foot of the flagstaff for an amazing view
- As Referendum Day gets closer campaigning and debates have suddenly got going in the Marlborough area
- Brewin’s Chelsea garden wins silver with first-time designer
- Budding Bee Keepers of St Peter’s and St Mary’s enthralled by an introduction to the world of Bees at launch of Bee Art competition for Marlborough in Bloom
- Take a break from weeding and visit a garden with an exhibition of contemporary sculpture
- Jazz Festival road closure debate - a spirit of compromise erupts and engulfs the Town Council
- An international aspect to the College Summer School - Japanese boys on the look out for Marlborough town hosts
- NHS finances: Wiltshire's clinical commissioners are back in the black
- Office greenery firm scoops top industry award
- Garage aims to create the right environment at school
- 100 students collect their DoE Awards
- Pub landlord faces trial by jury
- REVIEW: The school at Lockeridge - from icy cold winters to the arrival of the first BBC computer
- "Wiltshire's Story in 100 objects" collects county-wide treasures & visual history - and that amazing silver Cup
- Pewsey launches Safe Places scheme
- The last spin for Wilton Windmill, as volunteers prepare for sails to come down
- Friends of Savernake Hospital and the Community provide £5,500 grant to Arts Together
- Wiltshire Council stop use of volunteering Spice Time Credits at leisure centres - putting the scheme in jeopardy
- MARLBOROUGH PEOPLE TODAY: God, physics…and cake
- Sheep versus see-saws: will Marlborough get an expensive referendum to decide?
- Wiltshire Council reveal the deal behind proposed housing on public amenity land off Rabley Wood View