A much-awaited sequel to the local publishing sensation, The Savernake Big Belly Oak, was launched on Saturday, at the annual Burbage Christmas tree and craft sale.
It was a privilege to have been at the concert given last Saturday (November 30) by Simone Dinnerstein (piano) and Stephan Loges (bass-baritone) in aid of the Marlborough Brandt Group. It took place in the Memorial Hall, Marlborough College by kind permission of the Master.
Two hundred years ago, Crofton found itself at the cutting edge of the Industrial Revolution – to this day, the Pumping Station houses the oldest working steam engine in the world. Now, another new building has this tiny hamlet abuzz with activity. Recently completed, The Studio at Croftonhas
It is now clear the government is petrified that the NHS may face unsustainable pressures in the coming months – especially in already over-busy
His aunt Priscilla remained so for decades, as Nicholas revealed on Tuesday night when he came to
There’s the star-studded Queen Vic. There’s Corrie’s Rovers Return which must have done more harm to the use
The proceeds of a fancy dress day, pyjama day and face painting have gone to Pudsey Bear, to help children at home and abroad.
- Another dream come true: star cellist plays again with the Marlborough Concert Orchestra
- Bringing fluency to young people’s speech – the Swindon way
- Marlborough audience will hear a feast of Bach and Schumann – just ahead of Vienna
- Physio practice brings Hollywood-style foot treatment to Marlborough
- Book now for Santa at Christmas Lights event
- Marlborough Young Actors’ “Teechers”: three students run riot in the staff room
- The secret life of Zola: Where does your cat get to at night?
- Avebury’s world premiere: standing ovation for 'Atlantic Odyssey'
- Mildenhall author James scores his own conquest abroad with his tales of Norman knights
- World premiere for choral work celebrating Arctic Terns by composer and librettist from Avebury
- Fringe winners The New Rope String Band venture south: from Newcastle to Pewsey
- Record store to host free Lucy Spraggan gig
- Campaigning to save the NHS: Wiltshire’s determined activist is up for the challenge
- Three actors, three chairs & a false moustache: Marlborough Young Actors’ first play is in rehearsal
- Anna Zassimova is Russian, works in Germany, champions a Franco-Russian composer – and is giving a piano recital at St Peter’s Church
- Poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy misses out on the true meaning of Marlborough
- Carol Ann Duffy – not at all stuffy
- Saturday morning fun with Famous Bottom author at Marlborough Literature Festival
- Charles Dickens’ love for his Queen revealed amid the class war clash still with us today
- Fay Weldon reveals that the speed of life itself is just one of the problems writers face
- Literary Festival launch reveals top ticket sales for a fourth weekend of success
- Slashing arts funding is like burning the Mona Lisa warns the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy
- Singing sensation takes one more step towards stardom
- Mystery visitor enjoys Marlborough, but can't find the Tourist Information Centre and is turned off by our loos
- New fanfares for Claire Tomalin’s invisible woman ahead of her arrival at Marlborough’s lit festival
- Landlocked Pewsey resounds to sea shanties
- Author AN Wilson to reveal his own dynasty as he gives thanks for the birth of Prince George
- Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust’s new website is much more than a guide for tourists
- Problems ahead for Wiltshire Council’s education services as Whitehall money dwindles
- Award-winning producers add star quality to the Marlborough Communities Market