Mildenhall/Minal/Cunetio: Coins from Britain’s largest Roman hoard on display in a first for Wiltshire Museum
Today people get confused as to whether they should call the village east of Marlborough Mildenhall or Minal. There was no such confusion in Roman times - then the important, cross-roads town stretching south of the present village and of the river was called Cunetio.
Savernake Forest poachers: a true tale from the past of a crooked informant & how a miscarriage of justice was overturned
marlborough.news reported on police successes in arresting poachers in Wiltshire...poaching is a crime with a long and intriguing history in the county - and in our area:Last week
Until recently Urchfont Manor - a Grade 2* seventeenth century manor house - was owned by Wiltshire Council and run as a residential adult learning facility. As part of its austerity drive, the Council closed the adult learning centre and sold the building and its grounds.
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