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A unique summer of world-class cricket starts this week with the World Cup - can England win it?

26 May 2019

With the ICC men's World Cricket World Cup and an Ashes series to follow, this summer could change the face of cricket in this country for the better.  The World Cup begins on Thursday (May 30) with England - at Number 1 in the ICC rankings and fresh from a...

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Award for Marlborough PCSO...

25 May 2019 A Correspondent

...and long-serving fireman.

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New playground adventures at St Mary’s

24 May 2019 Sue Round

The playground at Marlborough St Mary’s is buzzing with excitement as pupils try out the new equipment that has just been installed.  In fact, it’s so popular that the school has had to draw up a rota allocating each year group one day a week to play on it.

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Digging to reveal more about Aldbourne's Band of Brothers

24 May 2019

Operation Nightingale's timing is spot on - they are revealing more about the Band of Brothers' Second World War stay in Aldbourne just days before the 75th anniversary of D-Day.  And, as the picture above shows, the incredible story of these American soldiers is being passed on to a new...

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Marlborough's youth protest demands action from politicians regarding climate change

24 May 2019

A large group of Marlborough's schools' pupils gathered earlier today (Friday 24 May) on the steps of the Town Hall to add their voices to the million or so students who walked out of their lessons elsewhere in the World to mark the worldwide day of climate change protest.

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Young Pewsey artists create mural for Vale Community Campus

23 May 2019 Sue Round

A wall mural designed to reflect Pewsey’s community spirit has been created for the foyer of The Vale Community Campus.  Students from Pewsey Vale School’s Year 7 and Key Stage 2 pupils at Pewsey Primary have collaborated over its creation.  

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Marlborough’s new rector returns to his roots

23 May 2019 Sue Round

Reverend Chris Smith, who has been appointed Team Rector for Marlborough St. Mary’s, Preshute and Minal, grew up in Chaddleworth on the Berkshire Downs and he has family living in Hungerford and Salisbury.

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Heritage board celebrates Ogbourne St Andrew’s ancient landscape

23 May 2019 Sue Round

A new Heritage Information Board has been erected next to the Norman church of St Andrew’s in Ogbourne St Andrew to inform visitors of the plethora of ancient sites in the vicinity. 

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Special Needs Education: Larkrise, St Nicholas and Rowde schools to be merged after 2023

23 May 2019

Under the heading 'Vision for special needs education agreed' Wiltshire Council announced their confirmed plans to merge the Larkrise, St Nicholas and Rowde schools on to a single site "in the future".

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A4 Closure: Stuck Truck causes Manton Mayhem

23 May 2019

Manton came to gridlock last night (Wednesday 22 May) after a large lorry with trailer carrying 'concrete sheets' got stuck having taken a short cut to avoid the A4 road closure.

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Monday 14 January 2019, 19:00

‘Let there be Light’ – Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages

with Peter Webb

 

 

Is Beauty something objective or just in the eye of the beholder?
If objective is it independent of other categories such as Truth and Goodness?
The Middle Ages were philosophically dominated by Scholastic thought,
which was in its turn heavily indebted.

 

Monday, 14 January 2019 at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey

Doors open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm start.  Guests welcome - £7 entry

 

 

 

 

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