Within the next couple of weeks - or so - the National Hunt trainer Emma Lavelle moves into the Bonita Stables in Ogbourne Maizey she has bought from Peter Makin, who has retired after 48 years as a trainer.
A new officer now patrolling the streets as part of Marlborough’s neighbourhood policing team is no stranger to the town. In fact his new posting is something of a return home for 42-year-old Sergeant Barry Reed (pictured).
She put out the flags for the Olympic torch, waved them about for the jubilee, welcomed a royal visitor and oversaw the planting of a new community orchard. Now, in her final act as mayor, Edwina Fogg has saved the public conveniences that bear her family name.
Nigel - who reckons he's filled 2,000 front pages for the Gazette & Herald, along with 500 each for the Swindon
The students, along with leaders Rosie Carter, Harriet Compton and James Moran, have spent four weeks in Marlborough's twin community of Gunjur with Marlborough Brandt
The world cup champion and winter 2006 Olympic silver-winning skeleton bobsleigher is hoping someone will lend her a canine companion for the Best Paw Forward walk in aid
“Yes, I suppose it is going to be one of the most exciting years of my life,” says Edwina Fogg as she contemplates becoming Mayor of Marlborough in May. “And I hope it will be an exciting year for all of us.”