Remember the kids from Fame? I do. I was 10 when the TV show began airing on BBC in 1982 – a little too young to fully appreciate some of the topics being explored, but you couldn’t move for the Irene Cara’s theme song at school discos: “Baby remember my
Gareth Bartlett and his flatmate had thousands of pounds worth of cocaine in the property they were sharing.
The first incident happened at around 2.30am when a red Landrover Discovery demolished the fence and gate of West View Cottage in the
After seventeen hours of debate in the House of Commons over two days, the 'Brexit Bill' has passed its second reading by a very large margin. This piece of legislation is officially known as the 'European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill'.
Sir Walter Scott the author wrote in January 1831 “A base gloomy day and dispiriting in proportion …. everything gloomy as the back of the chimney when there is no fire in it”. This quotation seems eminently applicable to the several days when very low cloud, fog and mist were
The Haven - a small residential care home in the village of Littleton Panell south of Devizes - has been found as 'inadequate' on all the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) five standards and is now subject to a Red Alert stopping it taking any more residents.
Perennial festival favourites Dreadzone will be appearing at Sound Knowledge on Wednesday, February 22.
The elecro-dub-rock veterans will be playing a short set at Thirty8 cafe in support of their brand new album Dread Times, before signing copies in-store after the performance.
Emily Palmer, aged eighteen and from Marlborough, has written and published her very first children’s book: Scrambled Heads – A Children’s Guide to Mental Health.
Emily was inspired to write the book after her own experiences with mental health. Having battled with anxiety and anorexia nervosa, she wanted to use
After Julie Dadson was dumped by the man with whom she had an affair, she claimed he owed her thousands for using her lock up for his
- White Horse Bookshop’s Open Art Exhibition to become an annual event
- Marlborough St Mary's takes another step towards completion with a 'Topping Out' ceremony
- Swindon press headline: "Housing developers to help fund social projects" - that's how Section 106 should work
- Rehearsals for the Marlborough Community Passion Play start as cast welcome their professional lead actor
- 80s classic Fame comes to the stage at St John’s
- Brownies become official water quality testers on the River Kennet
- NHS and the 'winter crisis' in our hospitals - beds, beds and beds - and, of course, funding
- Area Board discusses poverty in the Marlborough area - and what to do about it
- Avebury Rocks to return as a two-day festival
- Some Wiltshire Council fees and charges to get way above inflation increases for 2017-2018
- HSBC to close its Marlborough branch during 2017
- Area Board approval for four youth grants - from scouting for Tanzania to help for student anxiety
- Wiltshire Council proposes council tax rise of 4.99 per cent for 2017-2018
- Woman killed beside A4 near Savernake Hospital in June: two men charged with causing death by dangerous driving
- Could Marlborough’s hot property market be about to cool slightly?
- Mayor pays tribute to carers at launch of £25,000 appeal
- Go ahead for GWH stem cell service as it gains new international accreditation
- Merged Marlborough Medical Practice & Pewsey Surgery gets a new name - and Dr Hanson retires
- Marlborough’s hidden poverty problem to be discussed by Area Board
- 'Please don’t recycle your survey!' - call for residents to complete and return important Housing Survey
- Fears for Marlborough's friends in Gunjur as crisis in The Gambia nears its climax
- “We are in uncharted waters” states Cllr Andy Ross as Wiltshire Council cuts force a significant rise in Town Council precept
- Police hunt man in connection with assault
- Will Marlborough schools lose out despite government's new funding formula?
- Burglars broke into house while elderly occupant was in bed
- Marlborough's loss of affordable housing money was just the edge of a multi-million pound hole in housing policy
- A plea from Wiltshire's GPs: If you cannot keep an appointment at your local surgery or medical practice - please let them know
- Loos news: council feeling flush after tapping into funding stream
- People of Marlborough ‘should have a say over future of St Peter’s School’
- Police appeal for witnesses after Aldbourne burglary
- Bike shop Bertie Maffoons closes doors
- NHS' hospital crisis: Wiltshire's clinical commissioners warn people to think twice before attending A&E
- Master of Marlborough College, Jonathan Leigh announces retirement date
- Five goals in second half see Marlborough Ladies fall to top-of-table Swindon team
- Good news and bad for motorists as The Parade is resurfaced
- 20mph zone in Marlborough ‘would reduce pollution and accidents’
- Christmas Carol Concert in the Marlborough College Chapel raises more than £5,000 for ‘Hope and Home for Children’
- College’s new boarding house gets a thumbs up from councillors
- Councillors condemn waiving of Granham Hill development fee
- Residents urged to be vigilant following suspicious incident at Lockeridge
- PVADS Cinderella begins this week
- Cannabis factory owner faces jail
- Granham Hill garage site: development to go ahead after Wiltshire Council agrees to drop affordable housing contribution
- Marlborough’s substantial new Primary School now open for Applications
- ‘Record turnout’ to planning meeting as council considers Village Green proposals
- Marlborough Community Passion Play: preparations gather pace - professional actor to play Jesus
- Need a kitchen knife that's sharp and balanced just for you? Savernake Knives will make it for you
- Marlborough College Summer School 2017 is launched - and there’s ‘something for everyone’
- Four men sentenced for attacks on cash machines - including one behind Waitrose in Marlborough
- Will Self to open Marlborough’s 2017 literature festival