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High Street eating: The Wellington Arms has reopened - for pie and a pint and much more

Written by Sue Round on .

High Street eating:  The Wellington Arms has reopened - for pie and a pint and much more

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.

With an extended dining area which spills out into

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Just another Marlborough Saturday? Some people got a taste of Little Mop's delights - others were tasting the delights of Rick Stein Restaurant's inaugural evening

Written by Jane Hamilton on .

Just another Marlborough Saturday? Some people got a taste of Little Mop's delights - others were tasting the delights of Rick Stein Restaurant's inaugural evening

A first night review by Jane Hamilton:  

Stepping into the calm of Rick Stein Marlborough on Saturday night (October 8) was a welcome escape from the lights and sounds of the Mop Fair in full swing.  The bar is a small, but elegant delight, and our senses were further

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Famous musicians peer from its windows as Marlborough's Piano Lounge prepares for 2016

Written by Jim Fletcher on .

Famous musicians peer from its windows as Marlborough's Piano Lounge prepares for 2016

You’ll have seen the windows as you walk down The Parade.  Elvis, Jimi, the Rat Pack are among famous artists featured - looking out of its upper floor windows - and on the walls inside The Piano Lounge.

Progress, towards Marlborough’s first venture into the world of good

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