At last Monday's (14 January) Planning Committee meeting at the Town Hall plans were submitted for scrutiny for a redevelopment of The Crown public house in The Parade.If successful the former pub would be converted into a nine bedroom 'boutique hotel'. Vacant and becoming derelict for the past year, the...Read more
18-01-2019 Sue Round
Kennet Valley School pupils are getting excited about Maths with the help of seven mischievous Maths Monkeys. They are designed to enthuse and motivate children about Maths both inside and outside the classroom.Read more
18-01-2019 Hamish Fyfe & Nyah Brooks
Hamish Fyfe reports: The home game (January 12) started evenly until Marlborough won a short corner, from which Matt Osbourne skilfully put away a good ball from the top of the circle, scoring the first goal of the game.
Quality Assurance Team Leader
Hours: Full Time position - weekly hours to be agreed, plus additional hours to cover sick leave and holiday leaveSalary: £12.00 - £15.75 depending on qualifications and experienceThe The Kennet and Avon Medical Partnership (KAMP), was formed on 1 April 2017 from the Marlborough Medical Practice...Read more
At the invitation of Claire Perry MP, six Year 11 GCSE art students at Pewsey Vale School have held a week-long exhibition this month in the Upper Waiting Hall of the Houses of Parliament. The school won in a ballot for use of the exhibition space.Read more
Lady Rothschild who lived at Stowell Park near Pewsey, has died at the age of 83 (January 13). The house was owned by her father Sir Philip Dunn, she was brought up there and was very attached to the house.
Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator
(Fixed Term, to cover Maternity Leave)
Sheepdrove Organic Farm & Eco Conference Centre
We are looking to appoint an individual who will generate new business here at the Eco Conference Centre.
The successful candidate will be proactive in upselling and marketing weddings and burials as well as being responsible for...Read more
Home-Start Kennet, the charity that supports struggling families, say the £19,000 grant from the Royal British Legion and £15,000 from ABF The Soldiers’ Charity will fund a new project for military families.Read more
Whilst Red Lines may be dominating current discussions in the House of Commons as it struggles with the debate over Brexit, the colour of the lines that dominated discussion at last night's (14 January) Planning Committee meeting of the Town Council were of an altogether different hue - Yellow.
2019 has started not just with a good news story: "This", the man on the bar stool declared, "is great news". After six years without a pub, Winterbourne Monkton's New Inn is open again. Read more