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More funding revealed to help the much-needed refurbishment of the former Youth Centre

Debbie Wilson presents the Lions' cheque to Town Mayor, Councillor Mervyn Hall (Photo: Dawn Whitehall)  Debbie Wilson presents the Lions' cheque to Town Mayor, Councillor Mervyn Hall (Photo: Dawn Whitehall) Just before the meeting of Marlborough Town Council's planning committee, Debbie Wilson of the Marlborough and District Lions Club presented a cheque for £1,000 to the Town Mayor towards the costs of refurbishing and equipping the former Youth Centre - to create the Marlborough Community and Youth Centre.  It was one of two bits of good news for the project.

 

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GOLD! Marlborough achieves the ultimate accolade in this year's South West in Bloom

The 'Gold' award flag being held tightly by Marlborough in Bloom Chair, Anne Crawley with assistance from Mayor Mervyn Hall to her right, Val Compton to her left, and Richard Beale beside The Mayor, with the whole team who made this achievement possibleThe 'Gold' award flag being held tightly by Marlborough in Bloom Chair, Anne Crawley with assistance from Mayor Mervyn Hall to her right, Val Compton to her left, and Richard Beale beside The Mayor, with the whole team who made this achievement possible

Where do we go from here?  This was the immediate question posed by Chair Anne Crawley following Marlborough's outstanding GOLD success in this year's Royal Horticultural Society 'South West in Bloom' competition.

 

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Was September in Marlborough a wet month? Yes, it was - very wet - and here's the proof

 

The beech trees of Savernake Forest (photo: Eric Gilbert) The beech trees of Savernake Forest (photo: Eric Gilbert) If you got the impression that September was a wet month, you were correct. The statistics prove it was a very wet month with total rainfall amounting to 75.0mm, which was 13.5mm above the 33-year average and the wettest September since 2008. The maximum fall was 8.7mm on September 24.

 

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Town Council wins Lottery grant towards Marlborough Community & Youth Centre refurbishment

The Town Mayor (with his granddaughter) and Town Councillors celebrate the Big Lottery grantThe Town Mayor (with his granddaughter) and Town Councillors celebrate the Big Lottery grantMarlborough Town Council is delighted to have won a £9,011 grant from the Big Lottery under its Awards for All Scheme.  The money will go towards works at the Marlborough Community & Youth Centre which it took on under a seven year lease from Wiltshire Council in June.

 

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