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.
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.
At the February meeting of the Marlborough Area Poverty Action Group (MAPG), a Marlborough man, who experienced homelessness for several years, and who is now planning to develop a project aimed at helping other homeless people in the local area, outlined just how difficult life on the streets can be.
The election, on May 4, means a new Area Board, which is made up of the four councillors representing the Marlborough Community Area of East Marlborough, West Marlborough, Aldbourne & Ramsbury, and West Selkley
The name might be boring, but a recently-published document gives a fascinating snapshot of life in Marlborough and the surrounding villages (including Ramsbury and Aldbourne, but excluding Burbage and Great Bedwyn, which fall under Pewsey).
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
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- The Battle of the Somme: First Battalion Wiltshire Regiment’s attack on the Leipzig Redoubt
- Red Wheel plaque unveiled at historic pumping station
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- All the fun of the farm, at Open Farm Sunday