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Hockey: two victories and a good draw for Marlborough ladies with the first's win judged as 'magnificent'

25-11-2017 Vicky Moxham

  Gillingham         0       Marlborough     2   The squad set off at the crack of dawn for an early push back away in Dorset. Not having met Gillingham before and teams level on points in the league, the scene was set for a competitive match neither side wanted to lose.

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Naming of names

23-11-2017 David Sherratt

Sirs, Marlborough's Town Mayor is right in advising his fellow councillors to reconsider their well-intentioned suggestion that roads on the new Redrow development off Salisbury Road should carry the family names of those Marlborough men who returned home at the end of the First World War after serving with British forces.In...

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What is the real price of a parking space? A share of £25,000?

23-11-2017

With all the discussion in Marlborough about parking - its availability and especially its cost - and Wiltshire Council’s consultation on its intention to raise parking charges,  it was to say the least interesting to spot this estate agent's board in North Street Pewsey.  

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St John’s is Alive with the Sound of Music!

23-11-2017 Sue Round

Over 150 students from Years 7-13 have been busy rehearsing to perform at St John’s Autumn Concert, Theatre on the Hill on Thursday 23 November.  Open to family and friends, the programme is an eclectic mix of classical, jazz, folk and popular music, from Beethoven to Bernstein and Handel to...

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Hockey: a hat-trick of wins for Marlborough men - with two teams finding four goals

23-11-2017 Matt Way

Marlborough Men   4     Bristol & West     1Marlborough needed a win against Bristol and West if they were to maintain their position in the table and keep in contention for promotion - especially after two defeats without any goals scored.

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A Marlborough Christmas – Lights, Music, Markets and Much More

22-11-2017 Sue Round

Marlborough High Street welcomes advent on Friday 1 December.  At 6.15pm, Mayor Mervyn Hall, will board Santa’s Sleigh to be escorted to the stage outside Lloyds Bank.   

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From Little Acorns Great Oaks Grow

22-11-2017 Sue Round

St Katharine’s C of E(VC) Primary School, situated in the Savernake Forest next to St Katharine’s Church, is looking for some ‘little acorns’ to join its reception class in September 2018.

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Is Marlborough about to be joined with Swindon in a new development area?

22-11-2017

  Now with additional information:  Another Wiltshire Council consultation is underway to gather views on changes it wants to make to the Wiltshire Core Strategy that was adopted in 2015.

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Town Council's robust letter to Wiltshire Council on their parking consultation

21-11-2017

  At the Marlborough Town Council planning committee meeting on Monday (November 20), town councillors had before them a letter drafted by the Town Clerk, Mrs Shelley Parker, to Adrian Hampton, Wiltshire Council's Head of Local Highways, about their consultation on raising parking charges - which ends this Thursday.  

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Carers Rights Day: Does your employer care? That’s the £30,000 question

21-11-2017 Jules Stanbridge

On Carers Rights Day, which this year is on November 24, Wiltshire's Working for Carers scheme is urging people to ask their employer a straightforward question:  'Do you care?'  

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