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The Macmillan bus to bring free cancer support to Marlborough

21 Oct 2019 Sue Round

Free support from cancer charity Macmillan Cancer Support is on its way to Marlborough. On Monday, October 28 the charity’s mobile support bus will visit the town with cancer information specialists on hand to answer questions and provide information.

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Aldbourne Band Retain UK Top 20 Status at National Finals in The Albert Hall

21 Oct 2019

Aldbourne Band achieved 14th place at the National Brass Band Championships that took place in The Albert Hall on Saturday 12 October.  

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St Peter's school sold to a local developer

21 Oct 2019

  It has been confirmed that Wiltshire Council has sold the Grade II listed St Peter's School building and grounds to a local developer.  

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Extinction Rebellion: Marlborough protestor arrested in Whitehall

21 Oct 2019

Marlborough Extinction Rebellion protestor Jo Ripley was arrested in Whitehall outside the Cabinet Office during the recent XR 'International Action' campaign.  

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Brexit: MP says it's a 'good deal'

19 Oct 2019

Taking to Twitter after the House of Commons defeated the Prime Minister in the vote to remove the risk of an accidental No Deal Brexit, outgoing Devizes MP Claire Perry O'Neill applauded the Prime Minister and deplored those who in effect stopped today's vote on the deal itself. 

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Expanding financial services firm celebrates 20 years in business

19 Oct 2019 A Correspondent

Local financial services firm Chilvester is celebrating 20 years in business. Established in Calne in 1999, the Independent Financial Adviser has grown to offer business and private clients a range of services.

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Aldbourne declares a Climate Emergency

18 Oct 2019 Eleanor Williamson

Aldbourne Parish Council has declared a climate emergency to acknowledge the seriousness of the threat posed by climate change. The council has agreed to “encourage and support the community of Aldbourne to become carbon neutral by 2030”.

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Celebration of Christmas carol service to raise funds for the Stroke Association

17 Oct 2019 Sue Round

  A Christmas carol service in aid of the Stroke Association will take place in Marlborough College Chapel at 7pm on Thursday December 19.  Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of seasonal celebrity readings and musical performances, as well as traditional carols.  The service is being supported by Royal Patron HRH the Duke...

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Rabley Wood View: how did our MP help residents?

17 Oct 2019

  Sirs,I was surprised to learn that the Conservative MP in a neighbouring constituency - James Gray (MP for Malmesbury) - has come out very fiercely against plans for a new road & housing scheme in Chippenham.Wiltshire Council are proposing 7,500 more houses by 2043 and a new link road round...

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Wiltshire CCG will be dissolved and merged into a much larger organisation

17 Oct 2019

NHS England has approved plans to merge the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) for Wiltshire, Bath & North East Somerset (BaNES) and Swindon into one organisation.  The merger will take effect in April next year.  The new CCG will be known as the BSW CCG.

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Oare Primary School raises funds for Young Minds

Oare Primary School’s Year 4 pupils wearing yellow for the #HelloYellow campaignOare Primary School’s Year 4 pupils wearing yellow for the #HelloYellow campaignOare Primary School’s Year 4 pupil, Seren McCarthy, challenged her classmates to come to school on Thursday October 10 wearing yellow and as a result raised £70 for the #HelloYellow campaign.  

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Obituary: Peter White 1940-2019

Peter White   -  1940-2019Peter White - 1940-2019Universally known as Pete, my brother was a familiar and well-loved figure about Marlborough:  it is not only his family who are deeply grieving following his sudden death from a heart attack  on Monday 30 September. 

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“From our family to yours” … Movida café, club, studio offers something for all the family

Lau Costantini in front of the board showing everything that Movida has to offerLau Costantini in front of the board showing everything that Movida has to offerLau Costantini, the owner of Movida in Hughenden Yard, is turning what has traditionally been a café and nightclub into so much more.  “I like the idea of family community space,” Lau told marlborough.news.  “I’m trying to plug a few gaps in what Marlborough has to offer and to offer activities to suit all age groups.  My motto is ‘From our family to yours’.”

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Aldbourne declares a Climate Emergency

Aldbourne Parish Council has declared a climate emergency to acknowledge the seriousness of the threat posed by climate change. The council has agreed to “encourage and support the community of Aldbourne to become carbon neutral by 2030”.

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'Four Million Footsteps' - the story of Bruce Tulloh's epic run across America to be reprinted on 50th anniversary

Bruce Tulloh - in the middle of AmericaBruce Tulloh - in the middle of AmericaFifty years ago running legend Bruce Tulloh completed his record-breaking 2,876‑mile run across America in just under 65 days. To celebrate this outstanding achievement his family are re-publishing his long out-of-print book, 'Four Million Footsteps' (often described as “the greatest running book of all time”), which chronicled his amazing transcontinental adventure.
 

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