Marlborough Rugby: Narrow and tough victory over Oxford Quins puts Marlborough back into winning ways
Oxford Harlequins 22 - 45 Marlborough
After a disappointing result at home to Old Centralians two weeks ago at the Common, Marlborough’s desire to get back to winning ways showed through at Oxford Harlequins on Saturday (17 November).
Elaine’s Travel was awarded Agent of the Year at the travel industry awards, sponsored by Carrier, at an Oscar styled ceremony held at the Natural History Museum in London last night, November 14.
forecast in our earlier report 'One Show' presenter Matt Baker and Harry piloting the Rickshaw pedalled up London Road, past the Town Hall and did a lap of a crowded High Street.Earlier this afternoon, Monday 12 November at almost exactly the time
There has been quite a lot of chat in the national media about delays with this year's flu vaccination programme and people have been asking marlborough.news why the jabs are later than usual. So what is the situation in Marlborough?
The Prospect Hospice in Wroughton, which serves the wider Marlborough area and has an outreach base at Savernake Hospital, was inspected by the government's regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in August to check on improvements it had demanded after an earlier inspection.
'Ghost of Machines' play to a 'ghost' audience in Bristol dreamed up by 'ghosts of a machine' (otherwise known as 'bots')
"It was surreal" said Manton's Nick Whant, bass player with Ghost of Machines after playing to a near-empty Exchange in Bristol on Tuesday night (6 November) last week.
ARMISTICE 1918: Marlborough area's home front begins to get back to a sort of normality - very slowly
In the days after the Armistice, there were celebrations in Marlborough. On Wednesday, 13 November 1918 a committee of ladies, headed by Mrs W. E. Free, held a dance with an American theme in the Town Hall - pictured above. The music was provided by ‘Jazz’ Thomas and his American Band.
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