11-12-2017 Court Reporter
A Wiltshire man has been jailed for six years for killing a female pedestrian while speeding on the A4 out of Marlborough. A jury at Salisbury Crown Court today (11 December 2017) found Alexander May, 28, from Ramsbury, guilty of causing death by dangerous driving. He was jailed...Read more
11-12-2017 Nigel Kerton
Marlborough is mourning the death of former Town Clerk Tony Skittrall who died peacefully at his George Lane home on Monday 4 December, surrounded by his family.Read more
Local charities like Home-Start Kennet cannot exist without a strong and committed board of trustees. After thirty years helping families in the area, they have extended their reach and need new trustees to help support this work.
None of the Marlborough Hockey Club's six adult teams were able to play on Saturday (December 9).
Executives at Great Western Hospital have been working hard for several months with the Clinical Commissioning Groups the hospital serves to prepare for the winter pressures. But whether or not there is a serious flu outbreak, the hospital is already hard put to it to cope with the spring, summer...Read more
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Home-Start Kennet is a long-established local children’s charity, based in Pewsey.
Our MissionHome-Start Kennet offers support, friendship and practical help to parents with young children in our local communities. Our trained volunteers visit families at home and offer them informal,...Read more
Marlborough Town Councillors will discuss Wiltshire Council's plan to sell off the amenity and playing field land off Rabley Wood View for a housing development , at their Full Council meeting on Monday (December 11).Read more
Carole Walker, the manager of the Jubilee Centre, was busy in the kitchen making sure the lunch was just so. Volunteers were helping the assembled lunchers with some gentle exercises - suitable for Marlborough's older generation (December 8).Read more
08-12-2017 Sue Round
Giant waterbugs, meal worms, locusts, squidgy sago worms, buffalo worms and crickets were just some of the not so tasty snacks swallowed by brave St John’s teachers, egged on by a roaring crowd of students.
McCarthy and Stone, the company building the Canning Place retirement homes at the foot of Granham Hill, have made a major contribution to the Marlborough Community and Youth Centre ahead of its grand opening. They have donated £15,000 in kind and in money.Read more