Trees along the woodland walk called The Scotchel will be adorned with tiny doors and windows made by local children.
In a letter to customers, Heloise Tofts and Sandra Sargeant said they had been manning the gallery without taking wages, and that the income generated by the premises
Sometime in the mid-eighties (I’m guessing the spring or summer of 1985) my parents took me to Bowood House, near Calne, where I spent an incredible couple of hours at my first adventure playground.
Plans for the Marlborough Puppetry Festival to mark the seventieth anniversary of the town's famous Pelham Puppets factory, ware going ahead - despite a bid for an Arts Council grant.being unsuccessful on this occasion.
One former pupil of St John's Academy we spoke to said they had found CAMHS "Brilliant - with its friendly waiting room
World Book Day, March 2, has been celebrated in style in the area’s primary schools. At Preshute Primary a whole week of literacy activities started with the staff performing Little Red Riding Hood to the pupils. Headteacher, Claire Graham, played the role of the big bad wolf!
Specialist millwrights will be at Wilton Windmill on Wednesday, March 15 to replace the four one-and-a-half-tonne oak sails, following much-needed renovation work.
On Thursday (March 2) I went to one of the NHS' "burning platforms" - as described in the morning's news bulletins by the regulator's chief inspector of hospitals. I went to the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - to their monthly board meeting.
Does Wiltshire have a special problem with mental health issues among its children and young people? The county's rate for hospital admissions for mental health conditions (2014-15)
There is a growing awareness that child and adolescents' mental health is posing a problem of crisis proportions for health services and schools. Most importantly, as
- February: warm, yes, but damp and depressing with little to cheer
- Bigger, Better, with more for everyone at this year's Summer Ball
- Renowned body artist to set up shop in Marlborough
- Document offers insight into life in Marlborough
- Local people help chose new priorities for Area Board
- A smaller Jazz Festival - with no stroller ticket element – will return this summer
- Old faces become new faces as Elaine's Travel launches on the High Street
- Marlborough Community Passion Play – bringing families and the community together – but more volunteers welcome
- Road death accused face trial by jury
- Pothole Wiltshire: Councillor Fogg's investigation reveals Wiltshire Council's huge compensation bill
- Unitary councillors respond to Marlborough's continued omission from Wiltshire Council's spending on its campus programme
- Democracy returns to The Gambia: new President meets Marlborough link delegation
- Has a traffic accident become a case of fly-tipping?
- A Very Naughty Polar Bear
- Shock in Marlborough as Wiltshire Council budgets millions more for campus projects
- Brighter Futures bowled over by the efforts of Marlborough Bowls Club
- The Youth Centre: Wiltshire offers Marlborough a seven year lease
- REVIEW Psychological thriller by local author: Jar's girlfriend killed herself - why does he keep glimpsing her so long afterwards?
- Firefighters save the bacon of 20 pigs
- To grout or not to grout - that was the Town Councillors' question
- Why lessons don’t drag-on at St Katharine’s
- Physio takes last empty unit in Marlborough precinct
- Cosmetics store Bobbi Brown opens in Marlborough High Street
- Saving Lives – Marlborough Rugby Football Club is presented with a Defibrillator
- The boy on the escalator: respected local spy writer sets himself a serious problem in his first psychological thriller
- FRIDAY, February 17: last day to complete Neighbourhood Plan housing & business needs survey
- St Francis School Raffle Raises funds in memory of pupils’ brother
- Marlborough's Climate Coalition turn out in force to ’Show The Love' for a threatened world despite the conditions
- Jeremy Hunt visits Marlborough but not Great Western Hospital
- The robots are on the march - Makerspace is coming to Marlborough – robotics, home automation and much more
- Road Closure: C73 (West Woods through East Kennet) to shut for two days
- "Sign? Wot sign?" - HGVs still using Kingsbury Street as a cut through
- First a chilli supper and a quiz - then join the thousands for a fundraising marathon for a breast cancer charity
- Shepherd turned business coach talks at baa-reakfast
- The Brexit debates: Claire Perry votes for a Labour amendment & decries jihadi-like supporters of a hard Brexit
- Major find in the Vale of Pewsey : metal detectors' Roman hoard gives up rare evidence about ancient plant life
- Marlborough marks Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 with a visit from a Kenyan tea farmer
- Police appeal for information following Tesco ram raid
- Sparks fly as repair work starts on Crofton’s boiler
- Former fireman who pushed cocaine spared jail
- Review: Remember, remember? Fame is a trip down memory lane for parents
- No jail for cocaine dealer who allowed cannabis factory at his home
- Lockeridge traffic carnage - two accidents in the same night adjacent to Kennet Valley Primary School
- Marlborough to get a town museum
- Brexit debate: Claire Perry's confidence in PM, doubts about Referendum campaign & plea for full information on final deal
- Festival favourites Dreadzone to play Marlborough gig
- January - cold, pretty grey and gloomy but now behind us
- Tackling mental health head on: first book by Marlborough children's author
- Blow to Wiltshire Council's social care record as residential home found 'inadequate'
- Businesswoman spared jail after forging documents