The outcome of the legal tussle over the College Fields open space is that it is saved for public use. It was NO to making it into a village green, but YES to the public's continuing right to use it.
23-03-2018 Sue Round
Today, March 23, Luke Stacey, Deputy Branch Manager and Lisa Wakeham, Community Champion from Waitrose, Marlborough presented a cheque for £287 to Marlborough Community and Youth Centre. The money was raised from the Community Matters Green Token Scheme.Read more
23-03-2018 Sue Round
Pupils and their teachers at Preshute Primary School and Marlborough St. Mary’s have enjoyed a variety of challenges for Sport Relief week and raised money for charity in the process.Read more
Community Fundraiser – MarlboroughPart-Time – Permanent
We have a new opportunity for a vibrant and committed Community Fundraiser within our highly effective Fundraising team to cover the Marlborough area. The fundraiser (community) is part of a team whose main focus is to generate income through a variety of fundraising methods.You will...Read more
Optical Advisor, Marlborough
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22-03-2018 Sue Round
Pupils from Ramsbury Primary, Marlborough St. Mary’s and Kennet Valley Primary have all been participating in Action for the River Kennet (ARK) Trout in Schools Project. Over sixty trout from each school have been released into the Kennet and Marlborough’s Mayor Mervyn was there to help. A few tears were...Read more
Police are appealing for the public's help in finding an 18-year-old woman who has gone missing from Marlborough. Anna Gilbert was last seen at her address on Maurice Way, Marlborough, in the early hours of this morning (Thursday 22 March) and concerns are growing for her welfare. Read more
Mayor Mervyn Hall's Charity Lecture, held last Friday evening (16 March) at the Town Hall raised £928.30 in aid of his nominated charities - Home Start Kennet and Julia's House.
Entitled 'The Awkward Place of WW1 in German History', historian Michal Hart (formerly Head of History at Shrewsbury School and Headmaster...Read more
20-03-2018 Gary Rawlinson
It is disappointing to hear that the Three Horseshoes in Burbage has been sold to a property developer, Red Star WSL Ltd, that has a track record of obtaining planning permission to convert pubs to houses.At least with the French Horn, the sale to the same developer was sometime after...Read more