The town was singled out – along with Whitstable in Kent, Totnes in Devon, Yarm in North Yorkshire, and nearby Hungerford
Marlborough has been named by The Telegraph newspaper as the second best town in the country for downsizing.
The town was pipped to the post by Berwick-on-Tweed, but saw off competition from Bicester, Whitby, the Isle of Wight and West Malling in Kent.
A panel of experts including architects and renewable energy specialists will look at the issues and the costs, during which they will examine a case study in depth.
Residential property solicitor Beth Heley joins Withy King’s expanding property team from Goughs in Corsham.
Professional photographer Mark Somerville is the first artist to have his work displayed at the office.
Marlborough estate and land agent Woolley & Wallis has helped the Swindon branch of the National Farmers Union celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Land and estate agent Richard Nocton was joined by Peter Kendall, president of the NFU, who spoke passionately and forcefully about the British public wanting to buy food from
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