Izzy is BBC Music Introducing Award-winner and official champion of Record Store Day 2017.
Visitors to the free exhibition will be able to enjoy works by a range of locally-, nationally- and internationally-renowned artists, in media
The famous Barge Inn in Honeystreet has new owners. Pietro Cuomo and his partner Barbara have moved from Rome to the canal-side pub - with two children and quite a lot of pets and lots of plans. They want to turn their passion for food and wine and service into
Fiona Reynolds' message will chime with many people who live in and around Marlborough and enjoy its special countryside. She will be part of a new venture, quite separate from the main festival weekend, that Marlborough LitFest is arranging to celebrate June's start of summer with a day devoted to
Marlborough LitFest has announced more names for its 2017 line-up in its eighth year (28 September – 1 October, 2017), including BBC Security correspondent, Frank Gardner, Graeme McCrae Burnet, local crime writer Jon Stock, as well as a talk hosted by the William Golding Estate.
An egg hunt without chickens is one of the attractions organised by the National Trust in Avebury- poster at right. These hunts have been running since April 8 with help-yourself-timings between 11.00am and 4.00pm. As well as those Cadbury eggs, you can hunt for spring hares or get creative with
The Wellington Arms, Marlborough’s historic pub, built on the site where the great fire of Marlborough started on April 28, 1653 and named after the Duke of Wellington who stayed the night there in 1836, has reopened after a complete refurbishment.
- 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?
- A crisis in children's mental health? How is Wiltshire coping? Part One: the system is changing
- Document offers insight into life in Marlborough
- Local people help chose new priorities for Area Board
- A Very Naughty Polar Bear
- Democracy returns to The Gambia: new President meets Marlborough link delegation
- REVIEW Psychological thriller by local author: Jar's girlfriend killed herself - why does he keep glimpsing her so long afterwards?
- Major find in the Vale of Pewsey : metal detectors' Roman hoard gives up rare evidence about ancient plant life
- Sparks fly as repair work starts on Crofton’s boiler
- Review: Remember, remember? Fame is a trip down memory lane for parents