The 17.5 metre tall mast, to be sited behind the ‘Bell’ pub on the A4 would provide ‘good coverage’
Burbage Primary School Headteacher Nicola Coupe, reception class teacher Bev Thompson and parent Anita Campbell are preparing to jump out of a plane at nearly three miles above the ground on June 17 to raise money for their school.
In addition to the four candidates we have already reported as putting their names forward for the Devizes Constituency Parliamentary seat, there are two more:
Brighter Futures Raadiotherapy Appeal received the largest grant award of £10,000 - which will be increased by matched funding from the Greenham Common Trust to £20,000. The money raised will help
Trevor Tiplady was born in 1931 in Sidcup, Kent - the only child of Albert & Gladys Tiplady. His early schooling was characterised by frequent moves due to the war - with class sizes varying from six to 81.
Scarecrows will once again be appearing all over Aldbourne this year as the village prepares for its Scarecrow Trail - taking place over the weekend of May 20-21. This will be a third annual outing for scarecrows - this time matching a new theme.
The small chapel that stands right at the heart of the Avebury stone circle has been sold by the United Reformed Church (URC). When no longer used as a place of worship, it was for a time a Tourist Information Centre funded by Wiltshire Council.
A group of Wiltshire young people are on a mission to change the way mental health services are run for their peers and will be presenting a report to Wiltshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board next Thursday (May 18).
Wiltshire came close to experiencing its own La La Land / Moonlight Oscars moment last Friday when an admin error in the count put Nick Fogg, long standing Independent Wiltshire Councillor for Marlborough West into a narrow second place behind Tamara Reay (Conservative).
The store will be the brand’s 76th in the UK, and its second launch of 2017. It will be opening in the Grade II listed building vacated by independent home decor trader Charlotte Quest last Spring.
- High Street matters: safes removed from closed HSBC branch, a sale and another restaurant closure
- Property developers sell £2m of retirement apartments at one event
- General Election: four candidates so far announced for Devizes Constituency
- Running the off-road Marlborough Downs Challenge raises funds for children in Ghana
- Elected......to Wiltshire Council
- GWH gets a capital grant to help solve A&E crisis - but where can they find the staff?
- Jeremy York's novel Uneasy Sleepers was inspired by his own experiences in the Cold War
- A unique exhibition: Katharine House Gallery hosts Peter O’Toole's eclectic collection
- They all wore red and white for eleven year-old Mikey Britten's funeral
- Burglary in Ducks Meadow - Police appeal for information
- Marlborough's April weather: not perhaps the cruellest month, but nearly the driest
- Marlborough in gridlock again: gas leak causes major traffic delays through the town
- Man faces jail for road rage assault on Pewsey driver
- Young Marlborough golf pro Ben Amor secures sponsorship deal with Hills Group
- Fairy fun comes to Pewsey
- Narrow victory for MTFC U18s v Marlborough College in Inaugural William S Bambridge Shield fixture
- Wiltshire Police to get remote access to Marlborough's CCTV coverage
- Izzy Bizu to pop into Sound Knowledge during Record Store Day
- SALISBURY ROAD DEVELOPMENT: Redrow Homes submit detailed plans to Wiltshire Council - fewer homes to be built
- Eighty artists show their work ahead of summer Trail
- Honeystreet's Barge Inn makes a fresh start with its new Italian owners
- Easter Passion aroused as Jerusalem arrives in Marlborough
- Marlborough LitFest branches out with a June day celebrating summer & nature writing
- A varied selection of Easter Weekend events for those who like all kinds of egg hunts - and other entertainments
- Wiltshire Council rejects planning application for waste recycling plant on Manton Drove
- Schools’ Mini Passion Plays Pave the Way for Marlborough Community Passion Saturday April 15th
- Do you know you live in the North Wessex Downs? A new guide will help you explore
- Marlborough LitFest: BBC’s Frank Gardner & a celebration of William Golding's 'Marlborough novel' amongst 2017 line-up
- Pewsey to lose its last bank
- NHS staffing: government imposed below inflation pay cap hits morale at GWH
- High Street eating: The Wellington Arms has reopened - for pie and a pint and much more
- Local democracy takes another hit: no contest for Marlborough Town Council seats - but election goes ahead for the area's four Wiltshire Council seats
- Town Councillors dismiss plans for Manton Drove Barn & The Parade - in no uncertain terms
- Salisbury Road development: Redrow Homes seek planning permission changes as hotel is split off
- Marlborough's weather: warmer temperatures put March into the record books - twice
- A346 through Savernake Forest to be closed to traffic for five nights
- When is a telephone box not a telephone box? Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership opens its first Tourist Information Kiosk
- MP visits Great Bedwyn school for the launch of kids’ Tusk Force
- Merger of Pewsey & Marlborough surgeries: Monday is launch day for the new Kennet & Avon Medical Partnership
- Serious incident in the High Street - Police thank members of the public who assisted
- Pair deny causing death by dangerous driving
- Elliot Lassiter - future Triathalon star awarded Wiltshire Council Grant
- Work of 80 artists goes on show ahead of Open Studios summer trail
- A Wiltshire GP practice disappears as staff shortages hit NHS and social services
- Young actors make a splash at drama festival
- Friends set up business recording precious life memories
- Hockey: Marlborough men celebrate their league promotion with five-one victory over second place Bath Buccs
- Hockey: Marlborough ladies cement second place in league with victory over rivals West Wilts
- We must stand together against hate
- Out of the classroom and into the river - for primary pupils and their young brown trout