Now for some welcome news: Members of Marlborough Town Council's Planning Committee were told on Monday (January 14) that Wiltshire Council is to re-surface George Lane and London Road in April - the first month of the new financial year.Read more
16-01-2018 Sue Round
Great Bedwyn Friendship and Mobility Group has received a £1,000 grant from the Friends of Savernake Hospital and the Community, which will make a substantial contribution towards operating costs.
The construction and services company Carillion has gone into compulsory liquidation - leaving thousands of jobs at risks and vital srvices to be maintained.
A planning application lodged with Wiltshire Council at the end of last month, reveals how the owners want to restore Tottenham House and its Estate and turn it into a very, very up-market and very large residence for a single family - and their entourage. The House has 240 rooms.Read more
The end of January brings the bills from spending on festive fun, food and gifts. This is the serious outcome, the downside of Christmas - and Citizens Advice Wiltshire is preparing for what's expected to be their busiest day of the year as people seek help with their debts: January...Read more
Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Mike Veale has been chosen as the preferred candidate for the role of Chief Constable of Cleveland Police - he has accepted this offer. This is now subject to confirmation from their Police and Crime Panel - which meets on January 23 to confirm the appointment.
Dr Steve Haig lives in Bath and commutes to Great Western Hospital because he likes working at the Swindon hospital so much. He is an Emergency Department Consultant at GWH and is among the senior A&E clinicians from 68 hospitals in England who signed the letter to the Prime Minister...Read more
Customer Service Adviser
We are looking for a full time customer service adviser based at our offices in Marlborough. The role would suit someone with previous customer service experience with good communication skills and who is confident on the telephone. They should be organised, patient and ideally have an interest in...Read more
The second day of the Public Inquiry into the application by residents to turn a piece of amenity land at College Fields (at the top of the housing development) into a village green, proved to be both a long day and the Inquiry's final day.
11-01-2018 David Chandler
Why not have a special debate one evening at Summer School to include Christopher Barder and someone to put the other point of view? I think this would be of great interest and might answer Dr Nick’s point.I have in fact been in Israel several times and during our recent...Read more