The Wellington Arms, Marlborough’s historic pub, built on the site where the great fire of Marlborough started on April 28, 1653 and named after the Duke of Wellington who stayed the night there in 1836, has reopened after a complete refurbishment.
There will be no election for councillors to sit on the Marlborough Town Council that starts work in May. Each of the town's two wards has eight seats. The East Ward has the full eight people nominated - the West Ward has one vacant place.
Marlborough Town Council's planning committee (April 4) first considered the planning application by Skip-Rite Limited to turn a disused grain store - known as Manton Weir Barn - into a recycling depot or waster transfer station.
Outline planning permission for up to 175 homes and a hotel was granted by Wiltshire Council to the
March 2017 was a remarkable month in Marlborough being the warmest March since my records began in 1984 with a mean temperature of 8.6C. And that is 2.2C above the 33-year average.
The kiosk was officially opened by Matthew Barnes, Regional Development Manager at Great Western Railway, on Friday morning (March 31):
Friday (March 31) is the Marlborough Medical Practice's last day - its merger with the Pewsey surgery takes effect on Saturday, but on Monday receptionists in both surgeries will be answering the phone as 'the Kennet & Avon Medical Partnership' - making appointments for both surgeries.
The weight of 1,000 lorry movements a day has caused considerable damage to the road, which passes Marlborough business park and cuts through the hamlet of Cadley before turning
The Year 5 children of Great Bedwyn Primary School and their teacher, Jo Popperwell, have been given a huge boost to their inspiring and exciting elephant project with the attendance of Claire Perry, MP.
At approximately 3pm on 30 March, a 65-year-old local woman collapsed in the High Street near to the RSPCA shop.
- 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
- Saved from closure: Marlborough Brandt Group takes a narrower path with just three trustees but no global education service
- Baydon St Nicholas Primary gets all togged up for Comic Relief
- Custody for lodger who admitted producing cannabis
- No hedging their bets for these ARK volunteers
- Kids let Let It Go go as songs from the movies come to the stage
- Pewsey Primary headteacher chosen for key national school support role
- Villagers’ strong protest against plans to turn a barn into a waste recycling plant
- St Francis School Celebrates 75 Years of Music Making
- Marlborough Puppetry Festival seeks sponsors and helpers
- Marlborough pubs: The Crown is for sale - again
- From cuneiform to graffiti – Swindon Festival of Literature has all writing bases covered
- Mervyn Hall – set to be Marlborough’s 707th Town Mayor?
- Mayor Noel hands over cheque to Bobby Van
- Get ready for the five-times-a-year tax return, Marlborough Chamber of Commerce networkers warned
- The last working windmill in Wessex is working again
- ARK's delight as pipeline to protect the River Kennet is set to open on March 31
- REVIEW: Wiltshire's amateur archaeologists - finding what lies beneath our feet
- Marlborough Town Council issues details for its part of residents' council tax for 2017-2018
- Wiltshire's Children & Adolescent Mental Health Services: preferred bidder chosen & consultation to start soon
- Theatre-lovers invited to dip into Pond Life
- Marlborough movie lovers getting chance to watch film under the stars
- 18 bags of rubbish collected from the River Og
- Creation of Pewsey’s Vale Health and Wellbeing Centre moves forward
- Walking the police puppy: dog unit looks for volunteers to help with young canine recruits
- Motorcyclist killed in collision near Beckhampton is named
- Major overhaul of tax reporting will be topic of discussion at Marlborough business breakfast
- Salisbury Road development site bought by Redrow Homes
- First step into politics? Marlborough Town Council want residents to get involved and stand for election to become a Town Councillor
- Town Councillors vote for seven year reprieve for Youth Centre – as Wiltshire Council’s role is castigated
- A permanent home for Marlborough Tennis Club ‘just over the net’
- Away with the fairies – woodland trail is coming to Pewsey
- Doors close at Pewsey Gallery as owners struggle to make art pay
- REVIEW: Junkyard is the story of all our playgrounds
- Disappointment as grant bid rejected, but Marlborough Puppetry Festival will go ahead in July
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Three: How Marlborough's schools respond to mental health issues
- The NHS in crisis: GWH is weathering the winter storms - but they may be a permanent problem
- Wizards, Witches, Pirates, Explorers, Mr Men, Cat in a Hat – it’s World Book Day!
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Two: how Wiltshire is changing the system
- Wilton Windmill is getting its sails back
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part One: the system is changing