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Town Mayor opens new clothing shop in Hilliers Yard

24-05-2018 Sue Round

In one of her first official duties, Town Mayor Councillor Lisa Farrell has opened the new Rohan shop in Hilliers Yard (May 24).

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Scouts honour twenty-five years of service - & encourage more volunteers to join the team

24-05-2018 Sue Round

At their AGM on Monday (May 21), the 2nd Marlborough Scout Group showed their appreciation of Andrew Barnett, who has volunteered as a leader with the group for more than twenty-five years.

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The NHS goalposts are on the move again - how will Wiltshire's NHS be affected?

23-05-2018

You wake up one morning to hear the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg telling her sleepy-eared audience that the government are about to 'unpick' some of or some parts of the Conservative-led Coalition's great NHS restructuring. 

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Marlborough St Mary’s gymnasts vault into second place

23-05-2018 Sue Round

What a result! Marlborough St Mary’s Year 4 gymnasts have come second in the Wiltshire Level 3 School’s Gymnastics Competition held at West Wilts Gym in Trowbridge.

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New Town Mayor's call for openness and public participation

23-05-2018

Councillor Lisa Farrell took the chair at her first full council meeting as Town Mayor (May 21) and called for the Council to welcome the public to its meetings.

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Marlborough Golf Club Ladies Captain's fantastic fundraising for Julia’s House Children’s Hospice

23-05-2018

Sue Lyon presented a cheque to Julia’s House at the hospice in Devizes to mark the end of her year as Ladies Captain at Marlborough Golf Club.

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An open letter in response to Wiltshire Council’s increases in parking charges for Marlborough

23-05-2018

David Dudley has written an open letter about the parking situation in the town - with special reference to the large increase in annual parking permit fees which will affect people coming into the town to work.  He has copied his letter to the Town Council.  Here it is in...

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Burbage school mud larks raise money for Cancer Research UK

22-05-2018 Sue Round

Year 6 pupils at Burbage Primary School took part in the ‘Pretty Muddy Kids Race for Life’ held by Cancer Research UK at Lydiard Park, Swindon last Saturday (May 19).

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Will Wiltshire Council listen to "the voice of thousands of children"? Council votes for "every best effort" to keep…

22-05-2018 Sue Round

Lucy Gomes’s petition opposing the closure of Braeside and Oxenwood Outdoor Education Centres was presented and discussed at Wiltshire Council’s meeting at County Hall, Trowbridge (May 22). The petition, she said, was, “the voice of thousands of children.”

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Jobs: Medical Receptionist - Kennet & Avon Medical Practice

22-05-2018

  Medical Receptionist       Hours: Part-Time and Full-Time positions available - shifts will include some 7.15 am starts and 7pm finishesSalary: £7.38 - £9.33 per hour depending on qualifications and experienceThe Kennet and Avon Medical Partnership (KAMP) is a newly formed GP partnership, caring for around 18,000 patients and operating across two purpose...

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A new law firm for Marlborough

Karen Salmon and Alex Atkins of Marlborough Law LtdKaren Salmon and Alex Atkins of Marlborough Law LtdA new law firm with a difference has opened in Marlborough. Marlborough Law Ltd, is run by solicitors, Karen Salmon and Alex Atkins. The firm seeks to offer an affordable service to local people.

 

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Lisa Farrell, the people's Mayor to be elected at Monday's Mayor Making ceremony at the Town Hall

Lisa Farrell - Marlborough's next MayorLisa Farrell - Marlborough's next Mayor"I want to bring accessibility and approachability.  To show the people of Marlborough that the council is there to work for them and not the other way around."  Councillor Lisa Farrell, Marlborough's very-soon-to-be Mayor is clear about how her time as Mayor will be seen by the Marlborough community.  On Monday evening - 14 May - Lisa will be elected to the position of Mayor of Marlborough.

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Sam Ponsford to welcome four refugees on scholarships to College's School of English & Culture this summer

Sam Ponsford Sam Ponsford Marlborough College's School of English and Culture that runs alongside the annual Summer School (July 8 to August 4), offers English language tuition and an Open Minds course for British teenagers.  This year it will also be welcoming four teenage refugees who are living in Britain and who have won scholarships to join the School's sessions.

 

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St John’s rocket cars blast through competition

Winning rocket car from the St John's Super Sonic team with winner's certificateWinning rocket car from the St John's Super Sonic team with winner's certificateTwo teams of St John’s Year 7 students have won first and third places in the regional final of ‘Race for the Line’ – a national rocket car racing competition which was held at the MOD at Corsham last week. 

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Mayor's charity football match: Marlborough Town Football Club at home to 4 MI Battalion

Marlborough's defence in actionMarlborough's defence in actionOne of the last events of Town Mayor Councillor Mervyn Hall's term of office was a charity football match (May 1) in aid of the two charities he has been supporting through the year - Julia's House - the Dorset and Wiltshire Children's Hospices - and Home-Start Kennet - providing support for families across the area.

 

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Boost for music tuition at Marlborough St Mary's courtesy of Marlborough's Slater Music School

Head teacher Anne Schwodler receives cheque for £500 from Stuart Slater, head of Marlborough's Slater Music SchoolHead teacher Anne Schwodler receives cheque for £500 from Stuart Slater, head of Marlborough's Slater Music SchoolMarlborough's Slater Music School have donated £500 to the new Marlborough St Mary’s school for the provision of music equipment.  The cheque was handed over to MSM Head teacher Anne Schwodler by Stuart Slater on 26 April at a full school assembly.  

 

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No Lottery grant yet for proposed Swindon museum & art gallery - Trust still aim to deliver new home for town's art collections

Architect's drawing of the proposed Museum and Art Gallery Architect's drawing of the proposed Museum and Art Gallery The Trustees of the Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Trust, which leads the project to build a new museum and art gallery for Swindon, have said they are disappointed at not being awarded a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, but are determined to deliver a solution to house and display Swindon’s renowned art collections.

 

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