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Columnists - Jo Carroll

Jo Carroll has lived in Marlborough for over thirty years.  She worked for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service until her mid-50s, when she gave up work, house and car to travel round the world for a year.  She returned with more stories than people to listen to them, and so wrote a book entitled Over the Hill and Far Away.  She now tries to travel during the winter and enjoys writing and reading in Wiltshire during the warmer months.  You can find more on her website: www.jocarroll.co.uk
   
Backing down - a global issue 15 January 2017
A heartfelt welcome for the proposed Marlborough Festival 05 December 2016
Mrs Perry, Mr Trump and a cup of coffee 21 November 2016
Where's Marlborough's space for small children? 28 September 2016
Exam results: where can they celebrate their successes? 22 August 2016
After the referendum: how would we respond to refugees in Marlborough? 31 July 2016
Living together after the referendum: facing up rather than facing off 26 June 2016
What does it now mean to be a 'developed nation'? 05 April 2016
Giant otters versus oil 17 February 2016
Not everyone needs the same sort of Christmas - for some Christmas jollity may be hard to fathom 21 December 2015
Can you please help me build a house in Nepal... 27 October 2015
Buy your gifts at Marlborough's independent shops - for an even happier Christmas 02 December 2015
Lessons from Nepal 09 October 2015
What do refugees have to do with us? 06 September 2015
A Town for children? 10 August 2015
The tourists are coming...but how long do they stay? 26 June 2015
In Search of Altruism...some post election thoughts 20 May 2015
To vote or not to vote 21 April 2015
Home thoughts from abroad: the lessons travelling can teach us 01 March 2015
Jo Carroll’s postcard from Penang – with a message 21 January 2015
A Happy New Year…to all our readers 30 December 2014
‘Your Wiltshire’: is it your Wiltshire or is it their Wiltshire? 08 December 2014
The Withit Café 19 November 2014
What We Missed at the Older People’s Fun Day 29 October 2014
Older People's Fun Day 09 October 2014