Rabley Wood View amenity land sell-off: Wiltshire Council publishes notice making way for cabinet decision
As marlborough.news has reported, the final round in the planning application to build 39 homes on amenity land off Rabley Wood View will come with a decision by Wiltshire Council's cabinet - not the full Council - as to whether they will sell the land.
Cabinet decision sought for Wiltshire Council's sale of amenity land off Rabley Wood View for housing
The saga of the planning application by Manton House Estate to build 39 houses on amenity land off Rabley Wood View will end - it seems - in a decision by Wiltshire Council's cabinet on January 30.
Graham Seaman, BBC Wiltshire's lunchtime (12-2pm) host is popping back to school for a few lessons on Thursday this week (30 November).
A 'tough' financial climate for the NHS in Wiltshire - winter pressures, a case of flu and shrinking moneyFrom one day to another, nationally the finances of the NHS go from 'tight' to 'awful' to 'desperate'. The latest financial turmoil came as Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group was outlining to its board the detailed planning that has gone into their preparations for winter.
Year 7’s at St. John’s were treated to a hands on workshop with all sorts of exotic creepy crawlies and snakes when Jonathan’s Jungle Roadshow visited the school on Tuesday November 28.
Based just outside Marlborough Greatwood is a charity that takes in retired racehorses and combines their rehabilitation with educational programmes for disadvantaged children and adults with special educational needs (SEN).
Marlborough High Street welcomes advent on Friday 1 December. At 6.15pm, Mayor Mervyn Hall, will board Santa’s Sleigh to be escorted to the stage outside Lloyds Bank.
24hr Music Marathon this weekend (1,2 December) at Marlborough College to raise funds for the Bobby Cox fund
A 24hr non-stop Music Marathon is being held this weekend (2 / 3 December) at Marlborough College across a range of venues there in memory of Bobby Cox and in support of the Bobby Cox fund which in turn supports the Brain Tumour Charity and the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
Santa’s Workshop – a festive play for all the family by St John's students in aid of Hannah's Trees charitySt John’s BTEC Performing Arts Tech Award students are performing ‘Santa’s Workshop’ on Tuesday 12 December at 6.30pm in Marlborough Town Hall and Wednesday 13 December at St John’s Theatre on the Hill and raising money for the charity Hannah’s Trees in the process.
Amanda Jones, together with son, Sam, are the proud owners of Marlborough Auction Rooms. Their first auction will be held this Wednesday, November 29 at Marlborough Golf Club.
Karate Black Belt Nick Forgham believes that many life lessons can be learned from karate and he visited St. John’s on Tuesday 27 November to introduce this powerful discipline to a group of Year 8 boys through an inspirational workshop.
With all the discussion in Marlborough about parking - its availability and especially its cost - and Wiltshire Council’s consultation on its intention to raise parking charges, it was to say the least interesting to spot this estate agent's board in North Street Pewsey.
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