Art works in which he has used his own blood are to be unveiled tonight (Monday) at a London exhibition being staged by Pete Doherty (pictured), the Babyshambles front man, who used to live in a cottage on the Savernake estate and perform in a Marlborough pub
Poignant memories of meeting Nelson Mandela and seeing his humanity at first hand have been revealed by Nicholas Holtam, the Bishop of Salisbury and former vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, next door to the South African High Commission in Trafalgar Square.
Andrew Seaman, who is testing the Council’s core strategy to see whether it is ‘sound’, says they may have underestimated the need for new
The Conservative Party has suffered its first casualty in the wake of Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott and her senior Cabinet members voting themselves “outrageous” personal allowance increases after making 252 staff redundant.
Christopher Franklin, three-times Mayor of Tidworth, has written to Claire Perry, Tory MP for Devizes, declaring that
Panto may be said to be dying as traditional Christmas entertainment but at not at St John’s, Marlborough, where sixth form students have taken up the challenge of producing the classic fairytale of Cinderella.
Nick Fogg, twice Mayor of Marlborough and Shakespeare scholar, told Marlborough News Online today: “I never had the privilege of meeting Nelson Mandela.
A brand new look for the London Road entrance into the heart of Marlborough has taken a step forward with the Planning Committee of Marlborough Town Council giving its support for the redevelopment of the Bridge Garage site.
- Exclusive video of the 4MI Homecoming Parade and presentation of medals by the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Sir Nick Houghton
- NEW - Details of the Project at the end of this story - Exhibition to reveal 64-bed care home and 24 assisted living units planned for Salisbury Road site
- Hills’ £500 Christmas gift to local charities
- Over £12,000 awarded to good causes
- What the people of Stonehenge really thought still remains the vital missing link
- Three hundred Air Cadets to parade through Marlborough
- Police Operation Dasher goes into action to protect residents and retailers as Christmas approaches
- Report names Marlborough High Street as an indie retail hot-spot
- St John’s joins research project on children at risk of being excluded for bad behaviour
- Home from Afghanistan: Marlborough welcomes soldiers of its adopted battalion
- Glued together Marlborough heralds the start of Christmas as Emily switches on the festive lights
- Racing: Alan King’s hat trick at Newbury meeting makes up for Hennessy disappointment
- With only two meetings to go there’s still £29,000 in the Area Board’s grants kitty
- Operation Harness goes into action with Wiltshire police arresting 18 people in 17 drug raids
- Marlborough Medical Practice says ‘yes’ to a Patients Participation Group – it’s ‘Yes, but…’
- Hidden Shakespeare biography comes home to Marlborough thanks to local author N. Fogg
- Public consulted on CCTV... and businesses asked to chip in
- Will a decision to delay tendering for a major Wiltshire health contract face legal challenge?
- A military parade and Christmas lights - Marlborough prepares for its Big Day
- World’s oldest hot air balloon event is heading for Marlborough Common in the New Year
- Joshua crowned top of the crops at National Hairdressers' Federation awards
- Theatre star Sam West to lead Marlborough Young Actors workshop
- Wiltshire’s police chief fires a broadside at Lord Steven’s critical report on a flawed system
- Free tea and biscuits too for Wiltshire’s councillors while volunteers are forced to pay up
- Hockey: Marlborough men gain valuable victory in struggle to escape league danger zone
- Kennet’s wild fish being given a second chance to swim upstream through Marlborough
- Marlborough Rotarians raise a record £5,800 to bring relief to disaster hit Philippines
- Estate owner Count Konrad wins gold award for planting a million trees and 23 miles of hedges
- Campaigner Claire Perry MP welcomes new initiatives to block internet porn and child abuse
- Brave Major Kate joins Prince Harry’s royal challenge team in the race to the South Pole
- Marlborough Players get edgy with a northern pub drama
- NHS’s winter pressures: will GWH get some of the government’s new winter money?
- Hills to help Center Parcs become even greener
- Rabley Wood revolt declares housing plan a costly Trojan horse bid by greedy developers
- Author reveals his Auntie Priscilla’s war – and sensational love life – in Nazi occupied France
- We are here for more than one generation, declares Marlborough’s Rector in reply to doom prophecies
- Sixpenny kids make £100s for Children in Need
- Another dream come true: star cellist plays again with the Marlborough Concert Orchestra
- Auction will raise funds for typhoon victims
- Wiltshire Tory leader Jane Scott faces resignation petition over huge rise in council allowances