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Elliot Lassiter - future Triathalon star awarded Wiltshire Council Grant

Written by Sue Round on .

Elliot Lassiter - future Triathalon star awarded Wiltshire Council Grant

Elliot Lassiter (18) a member of Marlborough and District Junior Athletics Club (MADJA) and the South West Triathlon Academy was presented with a Sports Scholarship Grant of £500 by Baroness Scott of Bybrook OBE, leader of Wiltshire Council in a special ceremony at County Hall, Trowbridge on February 23.

Baroness

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A Wiltshire GP practice disappears as staff shortages hit NHS and social services

Written by Tony Millett on .

A Wiltshire GP practice disappears as staff shortages hit NHS and social services

On Wednesday (March 29) the Prime Minister will trigger Britain's departure from the European Union.  This will undoubtedly leave the estimated 57,000 EU nationals who work in the NHS feeling even more unsettled and anxious than they have been since June.

We know that Brexit is already having an

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Hockey: Marlborough men celebrate their league promotion with five-one victory over second place Bath Buccs

Written by Matt Way on .

Hockey: Marlborough men celebrate their league promotion with five-one victory over second place Bath Buccs

Marlborough      5    Bath Buccs  C      1

Marlborough men's first team celebrated their promotion from the Central 1 Division of the GoCrea8 (Davis Wood) Hockey League with a resounding victory over their second placed rivals - Bath Buccs C.  A great way to end the season - finishing fourteen points clear

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We must stand together against hate

Written by Angus Macpherson, Police & Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire & Swindon on .

We must stand together against hate

The senseless, brutal and futile murder of PC Keith Palmer in the grounds of Parliament, and of the people walking on the nearby Westminster Bridge, has shown us the very worst of humanity … and the very best.

I was in the capital on Wednesday for a meeting at the

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Hockey: Marlborough ladies cement second place in league with victory over rivals West Wilts

Written by Anna Scott on .

Hockey: Marlborough ladies cement second place in league with victory over rivals West Wilts

West Wilts     2      Marlborough      3

With four teams battling it out for second place in the East Division, Marlborough travelled to third-placed team West Wilts eager for three points that would cement their position as runners-up in the league.

Marlborough looked the keener side from the first whistle, with possession

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Out of the classroom and into the river - for primary pupils and their young brown trout

Written by Tony Millett on .

Out of the classroom and into the river - for primary pupils and their young brown trout

Once upon a time - a very long time ago - primary school children were entertained by those very educational before-frogs known as tadpoles. 

In days of yore teachers would collect frog spawn from ponds and woodland puddles so that youngsters could watch as day-by-day - often in murky

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