About ten per cent of NHS doctors (not all of them GPs) are EU nationals - so unless the post-Brexit status
Farmers in the Marlborough Downs Space for Nature group have marked the scheme's fifth anniversary with a pledge to continue their work.
As evidence of this intent to continue, they have launched a new website to give the clearest possible account of their work to people in the Marlborough area.
A free talk at Crofton Beam Engines, alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal, will examine how women changed their behaviour to fill the void left when their menfolk had to leave home to join frontline forces during the First World War.
The Big Town Read is back for this year's festival by popular demand - giving local book clubs the chance to read the chosen author's book in advance of the LitFest
Trevor Tiplady was born in 1931 in Sidcup, Kent - the only child of Albert & Gladys Tiplady. His early schooling was characterised by frequent moves due to the war - with class sizes varying from six to 81.
Scarecrows will once again be appearing all over Aldbourne this year as the village prepares for its Scarecrow Trail - taking place over the weekend of May 20-21. This will be a third annual outing for scarecrows - this time matching a new theme.
A group of Wiltshire young people are on a mission to change the way mental health services are run for their peers and will be presenting a report to Wiltshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board next Thursday (May 18).
- A unique exhibition: Katharine House Gallery hosts Peter O’Toole's eclectic collection
- Fairy fun comes to Pewsey
- Izzy Bizu to pop into Sound Knowledge during Record Store Day
- Eighty artists show their work ahead of summer Trail
- Honeystreet's Barge Inn makes a fresh start with its new Italian owners
- Marlborough LitFest branches out with a June day celebrating summer & nature writing
- A varied selection of Easter Weekend events for those who like all kinds of egg hunts - and other entertainments
- Marlborough LitFest: BBC’s Frank Gardner & a celebration of William Golding's 'Marlborough novel' amongst 2017 line-up
- High Street eating: The Wellington Arms has reopened - for pie and a pint and much more
- NHS funding crisis: Wiltshire's part in plan to balance Department of Health's end of year accounts
- Elliot Lassiter - future Triathalon star awarded Wiltshire Council Grant
- A Shepherds Hut - a traditional local and desirable addition to any garden
- A Wiltshire GP practice disappears as staff shortages hit NHS and social services
- Work of 80 artists goes on show ahead of Open Studios summer trail
- Young actors make a splash at drama festival
- Friends set up business recording precious life memories
- DOCUMENT: Changes at the Marlborough Brandt Group - Dr Nick Maurice's report to the AGM
- Kids let Let It Go go as songs from the movies come to the stage
- From cuneiform to graffiti – Swindon Festival of Literature has all writing bases covered
- The last working windmill in Wessex is working again
- REVIEW: Wiltshire's amateur archaeologists - finding what lies beneath our feet
- Theatre-lovers invited to dip into Pond Life
- Marlborough movie lovers getting chance to watch film under the stars
- Walking the police puppy: dog unit looks for volunteers to help with young canine recruits
- Away with the fairies – woodland trail is coming to Pewsey
- REVIEW: Junkyard is the story of all our playgrounds
- REVIEW: St Peter's fifth Brilliant Young Pianists series brings Adrian Oldland to Marlborough
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Three: How Marlborough's schools respond to mental health issues
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part Two: how Wiltshire is changing the system
- What is it like being homeless in Marlborough?