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Message to Claire Perry - why keep on fracking?

10-12-2018 Jo Ripley

Sirs  Our MP, Claire Perry, also Minister of State for Energy, acknowledges climate change to be a very real threat and that she feels a sense of responsibility to deliver more rapid progress on emission reductions in the wake of the recent IPCC report warning of escalating climate-related risks.

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‘Deck the hall’…‘tis the season to be jolly’ and join in Marlborough’s Christmas Day lunch

10-12-2018 Sue Round

Now in its sixteenth year, the Christmas Day lunch in the Town Hall has become a Marlborough tradition.  It all began in 2002, when Joy and Nigel Kerton, hearing how a local lady would be alone on Christmas Day with a can of fish, decided to remedy the situation.

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Town Hall to resound to the Sounds of Christmas on 20 December

10-12-2018

Marlborough Town Hall will be filled with the magical sounds of Christmas on the evening of Thursday 20 December when a group of experienced singers stage ‘Sing a Song of Christmas’ to raise money for Manton Village Hall Refurbishment Fund.

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GWH to get £30 million of capital funding for expansion and new approaches to treatment

08-12-2018

Great Western Hospital has been successful in their bid for major natonal funding for capital projects to help expand its capacity.   GWH is now far too small for the large growth of Swindon's population - a growth that is still continuing - and the ageing population of the wide area...

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Pewsey Tennis Club wins top 2018 award as best club in Wiltshire

07-12-2018

At the annual meeting of the Wiltshire Lawn Tennis Association (a branch of the national organisation) Pewsey Tennis Club achieved two notable awards - Pewsey Tennis Club was named 'Club of the Year' and Keith Hampson was named volunteer of the year. 

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Dental Nurse / Treatment Co-ordinator - Savernake Dental Practice

07-12-2018

  Dental Nurse / Treatment Co-ordinator   (part time to support endodontics, orthodontics, restorative and implants)     Salary:    Salary will depend on qualifications and experience. Our offer to you: A competitive starting salary and the opportunity to increase this through training and development Fully funded CPD training, GDC registration, DBS and Professional Indemnity Progression and development Contributory pension scheme Modern...

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SEND school closures: parents right to be concerned

06-12-2018 Sylvia Card

Sirs    In response to Jo Waltham’s article on the closure of the three schools for children with special education needs and disabilities, I can understand why some parents are pleased that the proposed new school will  be built on the Rowdeford site.  Rowdeford is an excellent school and parents and staff campaigned...

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Radiotherapy appeal for GWH unit reaches target - thanks to Rotary Clubs

06-12-2018 A Correspondent

Brighter Futures, the charity for the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has successfully closed its £2.9 million Radiotherapy Appeal thanks to the continued generosity of the community and a final pledge from the Rotary Clubs of Swindon and surrounding area. 

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Sentence extended for thieving cleaner after he intimidated a juror

05-12-2018

  A thieving cleaner who intimidated a juror minutes after he had been found guilty following a trial has had a month added to his jail term.Danny Avis was on the phone standing outside Swindon Crown Court as members of the panel who had just convicted him left the building.As they...

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Mulled wine, fizz and mince pies galore for Marlborough’s late night Christmas shoppers on Thursday December 13

05-12-2018 Sue Round

Many of Marlborough’s High Street shops will be staying open until 7.30pm on Thursday December 13.  There will be mulled wine, glasses of fizz, mince pies and in-store promotions to put shoppers in a festive mood.

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Events Calendar

Events for
Saturday 16 December 2017
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  • Bluebells-in-West-Woods-10-05-09------30
  • ARK Manton -2012-01-14 49-
  • Duke-of-Kent 086
  • Big-Bull
  • 4MI-2013-11-28 030
  • Torch-2012-05-23 093-
  • Civic Selfie1
  • TdB-Pewsey 044
  • Christmas-Lights 15-11-20 097
  • D4S9273
  • Jazz Fest Sat 572
  • Silbury-Sunset---10-06-08-----07-2
  • Landscape
  • D4S0472
  • Xmas-Lights-2011-11-24 10
  • D812668
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  • Camilla-2012-10-19 152
  • Hares 017cropped
  • Sunset2
  • Mop-Fair---10-10-09------08
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  • Marlborough-2013-04-18 St Peters-2
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