Review of The Bear, Bristol Old Vic, Saturday 18 February 2107
Dr Nick Maurice has been back to Marlborough's long-standing link village of Gunjur in The Gambia to see the return of 'democracy, peace and harmony'. As the leader of an opposition coalition, Adama Barrow was elected President in elections on December 1. After six weeks of tension and the threat
J.S. Monroe's Find Meis a tremendous read. The story unfolds at a great pace and the narrative structure is used with great finesse to keep the reader puzzled and on the very edge of
Mick Rae, Rob Abbott and their friend Dave were detecting in a field in the Vale of Pewsey in October 2014 when they came across a hoard of eight metal vessels - including a cauldron and four small pans from weighing scales.
The coal-fired boiler generates the steam the powers the world’s oldest working beam engines, which pump water from Crofton Water up to the canal’s highest level – the section between Crofton and Burbage,
Perennial festival favourites Dreadzone will be appearing at Sound Knowledge on Wednesday, February 22.
The elecro-dub-rock veterans will be playing a short set at Thirty8 cafe in support of their brand new album Dread Times, before signing copies in-store after the performance.
Remember the kids from Fame? I do. I was 10 when the TV show began airing on BBC in 1982 – a little too young to fully appreciate some of the topics being explored, but you couldn’t move for the Irene Cara’s theme song at school discos: “Baby remember my
The inaugural Exhibition in 2016 celebrated the opening of the bookshop's art gallery. More than a thousand visitors enjoyed
- Swindon press headline: "Housing developers to help fund social projects" - that's how Section 106 should work
- Rehearsals for the Marlborough Community Passion Play start as cast welcome their professional lead actor
- 80s classic Fame comes to the stage at St John’s
- Brownies become official water quality testers on the River Kennet
- Avebury Rocks to return as a two-day festival
- Mayor pays tribute to carers at launch of £25,000 appeal
- Marlborough’s hidden poverty problem to be discussed by Area Board
- Marlborough's loss of affordable housing money was just the edge of a multi-million pound hole in housing policy
- PVADS Cinderella begins this week
- Need a kitchen knife that's sharp and balanced just for you? Savernake Knives will make it for you
- Will Self to open Marlborough’s 2017 literature festival
- Review: local author's vivid tale of a woman's unequal struggle for independence in Victorian Britain and its violent Empire
- Obituary: John Powell - former Burbage postmaster and stalwart supporter of the village - has died aged 84
- Obituary: Johnny O'Keeffe war veteran & former town cryer has died aged 93
- Review: The Snow Queen at Bristol Old Vic
- Home to Assess: GWH pilots new scheme for earlier discharge to free up beds & relieve pressure on A&E
- When shall I put my bins out? Read this!
- “This orchestra gets better and better" - a review of Marlborough Concert Orchestra Winter Concert
- Good eating is back at No. 2 London Road - it's Dan's Restaurant
- Has the British government turned its back on young refugees now moved away from Calais?
- Forget Black Friday – Thursday evening is the time to visit Marlborough’s shops
- Liz Neild, Artist and key member of the Lockeridge community
- REVIEW: Brilliant, young and international - the Castalian Quartet at St Peter's Church
- Marlborough's Christmas charity events - carols and much, much more
- STP WATCH: "Time for change" - full plan for future of Wiltshire's NHS to go public in three weeks
- STP WATCH: neighbouring NHS 'footprint' to save millions by cutting number of registered nurses
- Climber Jake Meyer has reached many summits, had many adventures - you can hear his mountain stories at his Marlborough lecture
- October - where was the rain?
- All aboard the ghost ship - ss Great Britain serves up spooky tales for Hallowe’en
- Your indispensable guide to fireworks displays