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Crossing Patroller - Marlborough St Mary's Primary School

17-08-2018

  Crossing Patroller   Marlborough St Mary's Primary School     A Crossing Patroller is sought to provide safe crossing for primary school children crossing George Lane, Marlborough (near to the police station).   The patroller will be paid at grade B, point 7 on the council’s payscale; currently £8.55 per hour.  The patroller will work half...

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Grade improvements for St John's 'A' level students in spite of tougher exams

16-08-2018

St John's Year 13 students achieved grade improvements in this year's A-level results against a background of toughened up courses.  Whilst the average grade per entry showed a slight year-on-year increase over the previous year, even more students have achieved the top A or A* grades.  

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Pewsey Vale's tourism initiative takes further steps forward in support of the local economy

16-08-2018

The Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership (PVTP) has opened another of its Tourist Information Kiosks - in a disused public telephone box. 

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Marlborough Cyclocross - third event in the Summer 2018 series

15-08-2018 Cycling Correspondent

The third round of the Marlborough Bike Company Summer Cyclocross was held at Marlborough College on Sunday 12 August. 

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Breakfast Assistant: Morris House (Saturdays part-time) - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

  Breakfast Assistant:  Morris House (Saturdays part-time) (Commencing September 2018)      We require a Breakfast Assistant to join our team within Morris House (a girls’ boarding house).  You will be responsible for assisting with the provision of a light breakfast in-house, setting up, clearing away and monitoring supplies.   Saturdays, 7.00am – 10.00am (Term Time only approx....

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House Domestic Cleaners - Cotton House: (part-time) - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

  House Domestic Cleaners - Cotton House (part-time)      We have two vacancies for reliable and enthusiastic cleaners to join our team of House Domestic Staff.   Working within a Cotton House (a mixed Boarding House), and reporting to the Dame, you will be required to assist with the day to day cleaning operation of the House.   You...

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Catering Operations Manager - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

Catering Operations Manager   Competitive Salary       This is an excellent opportunity to enhance your catering career in a prestigious environment.  As Catering Operations Manager, you will be responsible for all of the Catering Services at Marlborough College.  Working with your management team, you will ensure the provision of exceptional customer and catering services through the...

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Commis Chef (Catering) x 2 - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

Commis Chef (Catering) x 2       An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Commis Chef at Marlborough College, one of the biggest and best Independent Co-educational Boarding Schools in the country.Working with the Head Chef and an experienced Brigade you will be involved with the preparation and cooking of fresh food for...

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Domestic Cleaner – Facilities - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

Domestic Cleaner – Facilities   (Commencing September 2018)      BWe require a reliable and enthusiastic person to join our team of Domestic Staff in General Services.  Working within Facilities/Offices and reporting to the Domestic Services Manager, you will be required to assist with the day to day cleaning operation. You should have the ability to work...

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House Wardrobe/Domestic Cleaner: Mill Mead C3 - Marlborough College

15-08-2018

House Wardrobe/Domestic Cleaner:  Mill Mead C3   (commencing September 2018)      We require someone who is reliable and enthusiastic to join our team of Boarding House Staff within Mill Mead, reporting to the Dame.  You will be responsible for the day to day Wardrobe and Laundry Services within Mill Mead and also some cleaning duties.   You may...

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Preparations to start at Great Bedwyn for introduction of new trains

One of the new trains arriving for the first time at Bedwyn Station (Photo courtesy GWR) One of the new trains arriving for the first time at Bedwyn Station (Photo courtesy GWR) For GWR to run their new five-car bi-mode Intercity Express Trains (IETs) between Bedwyn and Paddington, they need to make a short extension to the turn-back siding at Bedwyn. Bi-mode engines can switch from electric to diesel power - and so travel beyond the electrified line, which ends at Newbury.

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It’s judgement day for Marlborough in Bloom

Mayor Lisa Farrell greets SWIB judges - L to R Steve Pascall, Shelley Parker, Su Maddocks (judge), Mayor Lisa, Nigel Weatherly, Martin Abrahams (judge), Anne Crawley, Val Compton Anna ForbesMayor Lisa Farrell greets SWIB judges - L to R Steve Pascall, Shelley Parker, Su Maddocks (judge), Mayor Lisa, Nigel Weatherly, Martin Abrahams (judge), Anne Crawley, Val Compton Anna Forbes'Bloomin' lovely!'  That's how Marlborough appeared this morning (10 July) for the 'South West in Bloom' (SWIB) judges’ walk around the town.  This is the fifth year running that the town has entered the South West in Bloom competition and today the BBC were here to film for a special 'Britain in Bloom' programme for BBC2 to be shown February 2019.

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Golf, Tennis? Next Murray or McIlroy? Come and try both on Sunday

Marlborough Tennis' new courts at Port Hill - open to the public for the first time on Sunday (22 July)Marlborough Tennis' new courts at Port Hill - open to the public for the first time on Sunday (22 July)'Try out Marlborough Tennis' new courts' is the appeal to anyone interested in turning their Wimbledon watching skills into court action.  This Sunday, 22 July, Marlborough Tennis' new courts on Port Hill will be open to the public - wannabe Djokavics or Kerbers, or anyone else who's sights are set slightly lower - for the first time as part of the 'Great British Tennis Weekend'.

 

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Marlborough meeting discusses Wiltshire Council's options for special schools

L to r: Jo Waltham, Cllr Ian Thorn, Cllr Jon Hubbard, Cllr James Sheppard (speaking), Cllr Jane Davies, Cllr Nick FoggL to r: Jo Waltham, Cllr Ian Thorn, Cllr Jon Hubbard, Cllr James Sheppard (speaking), Cllr Jane Davies, Cllr Nick FoggWiltshire Council are holding a three-month pre-consultation on the future of the county's special schools - for children with Special Education Need and Disability (SEND).  On Monday (July 16) a meeting was held in Marlborough to discuss the consultation and to hear the views of Wiltshire councillors and parents.

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Songfest raises money for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

Pupils from Pewsey Primary, St Katharines and Great Bedwyn with their teachers.  L to R:  Lucia Pupilli (Pewsey Primary), Di Crocker (St Katharine's) and Jacki Pattenden (Marlborough and Pewsey Music Cluster Co ordinator)Pupils from Pewsey Primary, St Katharines and Great Bedwyn with their teachers. L to R: Lucia Pupilli (Pewsey Primary), Di Crocker (St Katharine's) and Jacki Pattenden (Marlborough and Pewsey Music Cluster Co ordinator)Nearly £400 has been raised for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust at two concerts given by the Marlborough & Pewsey Music Schools Cluster, supported by Wiltshire Music Connect (the music education hub for Wiltshire).

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Liberté, égalité, fraternité - Vive la Révolution! Ramsbury Primary celebrates Bastille Day

Singing the MarseillaiseSinging the MarseillaisePupils at Ramsbury Primary School enjoyed a day of Bastille Day linked activities on Thursday July 12, two days ahead of the real French Fête Nationale on July 14.  The activities were designed to bring the events of July 14 1789 to life and to teach the pupils more about French history, culture and way of life.

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Marlborough author's personal story lifts the lid on the daring and accomplishments of a forgotten WWII hero

Jaques de Guelis demonstrating why the term 'Giant' was appropriateJaques de Guelis demonstrating why the term 'Giant' was appropriateHe won the Military Cross and three Croix de Guerre operating in occupied France, Algiers and Corsica as an SOE agent in the fight against Hitler.  But Jacque de Guelis died in a car crash three weeks after the end of World War II.  Marlborough author Delphine Isaaman's recent book, 'Jaques de Guelis SOE's Genial Giant' brings his remarkable story to light.

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  • Civic Selfie1
  • Mop-Fair---10-10-09------08
  • Big-Bull
  • Xmas-Lights-2011-11-24 10
  • Camilla-2012-10-19 152
  • Sunset2
  • Landscape
  • Hares 017cropped
  • Christmas-Lights 15-11-20 097
  • IMG 9097-2
  • ARK Manton -2012-01-14 49-
  • Torch-2012-05-23 093-
  • Bluebells-in-West-Woods-10-05-09------30
  • Marlborough-2013-04-18 St Peters-2
  • 4MI-2013-11-28 030
  • IMG 8472-2
  • D4S0472
  • Town-Hall-2011-05-03 08-2
  • D812668
  • TdB-Pewsey 044
  • D4S9273
  • Silbury-Sunset---10-06-08-----07-2
  • MYFC 005
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