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
The coal-fired boiler generates the steam the powers the world’s oldest working beam engines, which pump water from Crofton Water up to the canal’s highest level – the section between Crofton and Burbage,
It's a news story for the Swindon press: "Housing developers to help fund social projects" - putting Section 106 payments into the headlines. What is more this development will include affordable homes.
There was disbelief, condemnation and anger in Marlborough at the waiving altogether of the agreed £334,625:51 Section
Action for the River Kennet are working with 1st Marlborough Brownies to monitor the quality of the River Kennet at Stonebridge wild river reserve, using testing kits bought by
But with families in rural isolation, few employment opportunities within walking distance and little public transport availability, hard-to-heat old houses, and the bottom rung of the property
Councillor Noel Barrett-Morton was at the launch of Carer Support Wiltshire’s Time for Carers appeal, which aims to
Has the government been serious about supporting the construction of affordable homes using Section 106 money paid by developers building normal residential housing? Marlborough's recent experience and the past record of the Exeter-based consultancy, which boasts the name of "S106 Management", would suggest that it has not been very serious
- Need a kitchen knife that's sharp and balanced just for you? Savernake Knives will make it for you
- When shall I put my bins out? Read this!
- Has the British government turned its back on young refugees now moved away from Calais?
- Forget Black Friday – Thursday evening is the time to visit Marlborough’s shops
- Marlborough's Christmas charity events - carols and much, much more
- Climber Jake Meyer has reached many summits, had many adventures - you can hear his mountain stories at his Marlborough lecture
- October - where was the rain?
- Rotary Club chalks up another first for women in Marlborough
- What happens when you mess with the Mop - funfair reduced to just one ride
- Moving words as mayor cuts ribbon to new dementia centre
- Yellow Tide wins accolade for Marlborough photographer
- There's now more life in the River Kennet than you expect - as ARK's River Day showed
- Discoveries at Durrington excavation reveal a massive wooden monument - but probably a very temporary one
- Anything but plain sailing as renovations start at Wilton Windmill
- New excavation near Stonehenge: first evidence shows mystery shapes beneath Durrington's henge are empty post holes not stones
- RURAL BROADBAND - Part One: Why can't BT produce decent broadband speeds to rural homes
- RURAL BROADBAND - Part Two: alternative routes to increased speeds - while the real solution runs past the front gate
- Two Marlboroughs take a leaf out of each other’s book
- Picture perfect and perfectly framed: the Pewsey firm that framed the Queen's birthday portrait
- The Battle of the Somme: First Battalion Wiltshire Regiment’s attack on the Leipzig Redoubt
- Red Wheel plaque unveiled at historic pumping station
- Archaeologists back in the Vale of Pewsey: what might follow the boy with the amber necklace?
- Carnage: The Battle of the Somme centenary - men from colleges and towns like Marlborough’s killed in a costly lesson on modern warfare
- All the fun of the farm, at Open Farm Sunday
- St Peter's Church flies some special flags - and you can climb to the foot of the flagstaff for an amazing view
- Take a break from weeding and visit a garden with an exhibition of contemporary sculpture
- The last spin for Wilton Windmill, as volunteers prepare for sails to come down
- Marking two hundred years since Mildenhall's famous church had its amazing Gothick 'make over'
- As it says on the TV commercial - these Waitrose free-range eggs come from a Marlborough farm
- A Visit to the Calais "Jungle"