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Cleaner jailed for two and a half years for stealing from workplaces

18-10-2018 Court Reporter

A cleaner has been jailed for two-and-a-half years after he pinched jewellery from two houses he was working at.  Danny Avis was on his second day in the role for a friend's family business when he helped himself to the gems.    

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Photographs ‘From Wiltshire woods to the Cornish coast’: a White Horse Gallery exhibition

18-10-2018 A Correspondent

An exhibition of pictures by Hilary Stock, a local fine art photographer, will be showing in November at the White Horse Gallery in Marlborough. ‘From Wiltshire Woods to the Cornish Coast’ will include a range of new work that celebrates Savernake Forest and Westwoods, as well showcasing Hilary’s well known...

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Expensive watch scam being carried out in the Marlborough area - Police urge vigilance

18-10-2018

  Police are urging residents to be vigilant and wary following a number of reports of scam phone calls, particularly in the Marlborough area. Residents have reported receiving a call from a man purporting to be a police officer who advises they are investigating a fraudulent use on their bank card...

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Call for new on-call firefighters In East & West Wiltshire

18-10-2018

A ‘have a go’ event is being held at Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service’s training centre at Hopton Industrial Estate, Devizes on Saturday, October 20 (10am-3pm) to encourage people to become on-call firefighters across east and west Wiltshire.

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Plumber - Marlborough College

18-10-2018

  Plumber     We are looking for a plumber to work in a small team, undertaking appropriate repairs, maintenance and improvements of the College's domestic/commercial plumbing and drainage installations, in a variety of interesting buildings, in a pleasant environment. Applicants should have a City & Guilds Plumbing (6089) NVQ Level 3 or equivalent,...

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Dispensing Assistant - Kennet & Avon Medical Practice

18-10-2018

  Dispensing Assistant       Hours:   Full or Part-Time position available - weekly hours to be agreedSalary:   £8.16 - £10.20 depending on qualifications and experienceThe Kennet and Avon Medical Partnership (KAMP), was formed on 1 April 2017 from the Marlborough Medical Practice and Pewsey Surgery, to provide primary care services to around 18,000 patients....

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After School Club Assistant - Avenue Day Nursery

18-10-2018

  After School Club Assistant     The Avenue Adventure club runs a busy after school club for children from the local schools. We are looking for an enthusiastic, fun loving individual that is keen to learn and able to use their own initiative.Experience preferred but not essential, DBS will be required for this...

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Kitchen Assistant - Avenue Day Nursery

18-10-2018

  Kitchen Assistant     The Avenue Day Nursery are looking to recruit a part time Kitchen Assistant at their Mildenhall site.   For more information please contact  01672515763 or Sophie@avenue-nursery.co.uk www.avenue-nursery.co.uk    back

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PARKING CHANGES - LATEST NEWS: new charges come into force on November 19

17-10-2018

There is further clarification from Wiltshire Council on the implementation of the decisions taken late last month - and not publicised - of the new charges for parking season tickets and the extension of charging to Sundays and Bank Holidays. 

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First steps in moving Marlborough's police base to Corner House in George Lane car park

16-10-2018

The following statement has been issued by the Police and Crime Commissioner:

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Marlborough Rising: tickets now available, website live and new office open...

Marlborough Rising's new office at 42 High Street - the former Smiths Gore site next door to Rick SteinMarlborough Rising's new office at 42 High Street - the former Smiths Gore site next door to Rick SteinMarlborough Rising line-up and schedule has now been confirmed with tickets on sale for all performances in each of the four venues across the three days of Friday 7 to Sunday 9 September.  Their office is now open at 42 High St, formerly the Smiths Gore premises next door to Rick Stein, who have kindly donated the space.  The marlboroughrising.com website is fully operational with comprehensive details of who's where and when, artists, volunteering and online ticket sales.

 

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Town Council marks retirement of two school leaders

Nick Fogg, on behalf of the Town Council presents outgoing College Master Jonathan Leigh and his wife, Emma, with a signed limited edition print of the Town Hall (l-r: Edwina Fogg, Dr Janneke Blokland (Assistant Chaplain), Mervyn Hall, Nick Fogg, Emma Leigh, Jonathan Leigh and Cllr Brian Castle)Nick Fogg, on behalf of the Town Council presents outgoing College Master Jonathan Leigh and his wife, Emma, with a signed limited edition print of the Town Hall (l-r: Edwina Fogg, Dr Janneke Blokland (Assistant Chaplain), Mervyn Hall, Nick Fogg, Emma Leigh, Jonathan Leigh and Cllr Brian Castle)It is a strange coincidence to see two leaders of Marlborough's two secondary schools retiring in the same month.  The Town Council is marking the departures with gifts to Dr Patrick Hazlewood (formerly headteacher at St Johns and latterly head of the Excalibur Academies Trust) and the College's Master, Jonathan Leigh.

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Poaching: arrests in Wiltshire triple since launch of police's Operation Artemis  

Wiltshire has a healthy brown hare population but this attracts poachers for illegal hare coursing (Photo: Peter Thompson)Wiltshire has a healthy brown hare population but this attracts poachers for illegal hare coursing (Photo: Peter Thompson) Operation Artemis, which was launched last September by Wiltshire Police’s Rural Crime Team, has seen a dramatic increase in arrests for poaching, mainly due to better reporting to the police - including by rural groups such as the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation.

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