And not just any old circus, but Gifford's Circus. Gifford's put on a particularly 'Marlborough-ish' kind of show – part traditional English circus, part cabaret, part physical theatre.
The prize-winning Aldbourne Band treated supporters to a great Proms concert in St Michael’s, Aldbourne, on Bank Holiday Monday, and despite the rain raised more than £1,500.
The event is the band’s main fund raiser of the year, the proceeds coming from a huge home-made tea and cake stand
They look charming, even a bit ethereal, as they float away with their glowing flames. Chinese lanterns are often a popular feature at a summer party – but they can kill livestock and horses and they can start fires.
Let down by child care during the summer holidays, Marlborough’s outspoken Tory MP Claire Perry found the perfect answer – take them to No 10 with her for a face-to-face meeting with David Cameron and let them roam the Cabinet room.
She reveals her novel action in her local newspaper
Police do have the power to remove travellers or anyone else who puts up camp on private land, as was the case of travellers’ caravans that invaded the playing field at Marlborough College.
Inquiries by Marlborough News Online have revealed that Wiltshire officers used Section 61 of the 1994
There were hugs, shrieks and cheers among the general hubbub in the school's airy atrium.
One retired farmer who’s now eighty, called this year’s grain harvest in the Marlborough area ‘the weirdest ever’. His son was restrained enough to talk of ‘pretty exceptional times’. A farmer to the east of Marlborough called the harvest ‘simply terrible’. Another farmer described it as a costly ‘stop-go’ harvest.
A public “drop in” session is to be held at Marlborough Town Hall next month to give residents and businesses in Kennet Place details of the £233,000 flood protection scheme due to go ahead later this year.
As a parliamentary candidate, social enterprise manager and director, and as a teacher, Fiona Hornby is used to the controversy that surrounds social issues. After caring for her own mother for over ten years, she was determined to end the confusions and to help others deal with the difficulties of
On a whirlwind tour of 14 towns and villages in her Devizes constituency, Tory MP Claire Perry arrived in Marlborough yesterday (Tuesday) to reveal what the voters think of the state of the nation.
They are apparently not fixated on the doom and gloom of coalition-imposed austerity, seeking instead
- Longboard charity trekkers pay tribute to friendly Marlborough
- Volunteers and community groups to take centre stage at area board
- Chamber of Commerce fears that CCTV project will be delayed by Big Brother debate
- An opportunity for young musicians to join in the success of all that Marlborough jazz
- Travellers’ invasion of Marlborough College playing fields comes to an end in blazing sunshine
- Mike Gatting to speak at Sports Dinner
- Your chance to ask Claire Perry why she claimed she knew the Duchess was pregnant
- High flyer takes over as Marlborough Jazz Festival chairman to face tough times ahead
- Headmaster praises another summer of A level exam success for Marlborough’s St John’s students
- Was the good news on the jobs front one temporary legacy of the Olympics?
- Start-up CCTV scheme to be considered for Marlborough – but only after a Big Brother debate
- Councillors erupt in protest to plans for a third pedestrian crossing for Marlborough College girls
- Canal boat Diana’s journey to the Paralympic Games
- Beware thieves siphoning – and drilling – petrol tanks as austerity hits, warns police inspector
- Police are unable to act as travellers encamp on private Marlborough College playing field
- Waitrose grows back in strength thanks to that summer sunshine and Olympic fervour
- Boris and Louise dominate second Summer School question time – oh, and the Olympics
- Marlborough Rotary has its own Olympic inspiration for today’s teenagers facing tough options
- Is Pewsey about to lose its popular Knitty Gritty shop?
- Council plans to probe mystery of missing heroes named on Marlborough’s war memorials
- Is the price of milk due to rise? How the milk crisis looks to a local dairy farmer
- The pick of all the picnics – and a recipe for Devizes Pie
- Star Track comes to Marlborough College to inspire future Olympic gold medal winners
- Mustn’t grumble... Wiltshire folk among the happiest in UK
- Community orchard a-peels for a 'core' of volunteers
- Epic longboard trek to stop in Marlborough
- Marlborough’s remarkable 81-year-old Town crier Alfie Johnson is staying on in the job
- Marlborough’s second Sunday market defies the downpours for medal-winning success
- I have lived through much tougher times before says Grace as she celebrates her centenary
- Marlborough students praised for their work on Gunjur’s new market
- Wiltshire NHS hit by further ‘bed blocking’ costs
- A runaway first ballot victory for Val Compton to become a Marlborough town councillor
- You can influence the new plan for the Avebury World Heritage Site
- Marlborough’s 81-year-old town crier survives a stroke thanks to a passing ambulance
- More stalls, more fresh food, arts and crafts at Marlborough’s second Sunday community market
- Patients praise care improvements made at the Great Western Hospital
- Students to share their Gunjur adventure
- Flag lies at half mast for Summer School student killed in road crash
- Claire Perry riles Tory bloggers with call not to imprison girls
- Celebrity William fires up Marlborough’s very own Olympic flame
- Voting opens in £6,000 Community Giveaway
- Claire Perry under the cosh for suggesting Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant
- A double celebration as Olympic veteran prepares to light Marlborough’ own flame
- A wonderful – and somewhat wet -- launch for Marlborough’s jazz festival
- Wheelchair William’s amazing moment touching torches with Olympic champion
- Chief Constable Brian Moore is not returning to his Wiltshire post
- Brewin Dolphin sponsors Marlborough Jazz Festival for eighth year running
- “Planning steamroller” gives victory to Caffe Nero in the battle of the High Street
- Now Wiltshire’s police boss steps down in immigration chaos controversy
- Savernake campaigner Val Compton bids to fill town council’s empty seat