The annual general meeting of the Marlborough Brandt Group on Thursday evening (March 23) at its Manton offices confirmed the charity's new direction with the appointment of three trustees to take it forward in a very slimmed down and more focused version.
Scott Finlay also started growing cannabis plants after renting a room in a house in Marlborough a year ago.
Families and individuals joined regular ARK volunteers to plant hundreds of trees to continue a hedge for wildlife at the water meadow that ARK jointly owns with Marlborough
The headteacher and staff at Pewsey Primary School have been selected for a top role supporting schools in challenging circumstances.
Headteacher Nicola Gilbert has been appointed to the role of national leader of education (NLE).
St Francis School’s past and present pupils came together to perform a concert in St John the Baptist Church, Pewsey on Friday evening, March 18. The concert was part of the school’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
The school orchestra, two choirs, soloists, and instrumental groups entertained the audience with a wide
Its brief life as Marlborough's only Piano Lounge ended some months ago and it is now badged once again as The Crown Hotel - with a new pub-sign.
The building's freehold is being marketed by the Bath offices of chartered surveyors James A
Wiltshire Council has received forty-four comments - all but two from residents of Manton - many protesting 'strongly'
A Festival of Puppetry is being planned for the weekend of July 8 & 9 to mark the seventieth anniversary of the start of Pelham Puppets in Marlborough - the company that delighted millions of children and whose exports took the name of the town around the world. But it
Unveiling the 2017 programme at Swindon Library today (Thursday, March 16) festival director Matt Holland mused on how the way we
- Mervyn Hall – set to be Marlborough’s 707th Town Mayor?
- Mayor Noel hands over cheque to Bobby Van
- Get ready for the five-times-a-year tax return, Marlborough Chamber of Commerce networkers warned
- The last working windmill in Wessex is working again
- ARK's delight as pipeline to protect the River Kennet is set to open on March 31
- REVIEW: Wiltshire's amateur archaeologists - finding what lies beneath our feet
- Marlborough Town Council issues details for its part of residents' council tax for 2017-2018
- Wiltshire's Children & Adolescent Mental Health Services: preferred bidder chosen & consultation to start soon
- Theatre-lovers invited to dip into Pond Life
- Marlborough movie lovers getting chance to watch film under the stars
- 18 bags of rubbish collected from the River Og
- Creation of Pewsey’s Vale Health and Wellbeing Centre moves forward
- Walking the police puppy: dog unit looks for volunteers to help with young canine recruits
- Motorcyclist killed in collision near Beckhampton is named
- Major overhaul of tax reporting will be topic of discussion at Marlborough business breakfast
- Salisbury Road development site bought by Redrow Homes
- First step into politics? Marlborough Town Council want residents to get involved and stand for election to become a Town Councillor
- Town Councillors vote for seven year reprieve for Youth Centre – as Wiltshire Council’s role is castigated
- A permanent home for Marlborough Tennis Club ‘just over the net’
- Away with the fairies – woodland trail is coming to Pewsey
- Doors close at Pewsey Gallery as owners struggle to make art pay
- REVIEW: Junkyard is the story of all our playgrounds
- Disappointment as grant bid rejected, but Marlborough Puppetry Festival will go ahead in July
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Three: How Marlborough's schools respond to mental health issues
- The NHS in crisis: GWH is weathering the winter storms - but they may be a permanent problem
- Wizards, Witches, Pirates, Explorers, Mr Men, Cat in a Hat – it’s World Book Day!
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Two: how Wiltshire is changing the system
- Wilton Windmill is getting its sails back
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part One: the system is changing
- February: warm, yes, but damp and depressing with little to cheer
- Bigger, Better, with more for everyone at this year's Summer Ball
- Renowned body artist to set up shop in Marlborough
- Document offers insight into life in Marlborough
- Local people help chose new priorities for Area Board
- A smaller Jazz Festival - with no stroller ticket element – will return this summer
- Old faces become new faces as Elaine's Travel launches on the High Street
- Marlborough Community Passion Play – bringing families and the community together – but more volunteers welcome
- Road death accused face trial by jury
- Pothole Wiltshire: Councillor Fogg's investigation reveals Wiltshire Council's huge compensation bill
- Unitary councillors respond to Marlborough's continued omission from Wiltshire Council's spending on its campus programme
- Democracy returns to The Gambia: new President meets Marlborough link delegation
- Has a traffic accident become a case of fly-tipping?
- A Very Naughty Polar Bear
- Shock in Marlborough as Wiltshire Council budgets millions more for campus projects
- Brighter Futures bowled over by the efforts of Marlborough Bowls Club
- The Youth Centre: Wiltshire offers Marlborough a seven year lease
- REVIEW Psychological thriller by local author: Jar's girlfriend killed herself - why does he keep glimpsing her so long afterwards?
- Firefighters save the bacon of 20 pigs
- To grout or not to grout - that was the Town Councillors' question
- Why lessons don’t drag-on at St Katharine’s