Unveiling the 2017 programme at Swindon Library today (Thursday, March 16) festival director Matt Holland mused on how the way we
For seven months it’s looked more like a lighthouse than a windmill. But today (Wednesday) Wilton Windmill’s sails - removed in August for repair - were replaced.
When the sails came down, the Wilton Windmill Society had hoped they would be re-erected in two months.
This book will give pleasure - and a good deal of hope - to all those who imagine turning up some notable or even priceless archaeological find. They may be metal detectorists, gardeners, tractor
Written and directed by Nettie Brown of Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society, Pond Life is performed by PVADS’ multi award winning Youth Theatre.
The Tri-Force Dog unit wants volunteers to help develop and train potential police dogs of the future. The unit, which is made up of Wiltshire, Gloucester and Avon & Somerset dog handlers, is looking for people to foster puppies.
Followers on the The Lost Cinema Facebook page are currently being polled to decide which film should be screened. Front-runners include The Breakfast Club, Bridget Jones’ Baby, Labyrinth, Dirty Dancing, and
Trees along the woodland walk called The Scotchel will be adorned with tiny doors and windows made by local children.
- 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
- Festival favourites Dreadzone to play Marlborough gig
- White Horse Bookshop’s Open Art Exhibition to become an annual event
- 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