marlborough town hall
centre of the town and venue for events throughout the year.
Built in 1902, the town hall underwent considerable refurbishment in 2004 and is currently undergoing more improvements, which have seen improved access for wheelchair users and buggy-pushers incorporated on the front of the building.
Those with wheels will soon be able to reach the first floor Assembly Room if plans reach fruition – with a Great Glass Elevator scaling the exterior of the Grade II listed building.
The town hall houses a number of Marlborough's treasures, including oil paintings in the naïve style by the Victorian artist George Maton.