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Great Bedwyn pupils are Tag-Rugby champions

16 Jun 2019 Sue Round

On Monday, June 10 the Great Bedwyn School Tag-Rugby team were crowned winners of the Tag-Rugby Wiltshire County Finals.

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Budding journalists at Preshute School learn about Marlborough.news

16 Jun 2019 Sue Round

Sue Round, from Marlborough.news visited Preshute Primary School to speak to Year 4 on Friday June 14.  Here are some extracts from articles written by the pupils.  

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Administration Assistant: Reception - Marlborough College

16 Jun 2019

Administration Assistant: Reception       We are looking for an Administration Assistant, to provide a professional and welcoming first point of contact to visitors to the College, both in person through Reception and on the telephone. You should have, or be able to achieve, excellent interpersonal, communication, IT, administrative and organisational skills. The ability to...

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St. John’s Academy leads the way in tackling climate change

15 Jun 2019 Sue Round

Students and teachers at St. John’s are working to educate everyone in their community about climate change and are taking steps to really make a difference. 

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Registration open for July's Savernake 10k & 3k fun run

15 Jun 2019

Registration is open for the fourth annual Savernake Forest 10k and 3K fun run - taking place on Saturday, July 13. 

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Policing: Rural Crime Team takes to the skies with its new drone

15 Jun 2019 A Correspondent

Wiltshire Police’s Rural Crime team is using a new drone to fight rural crime - including crimes against rural heritage sites.

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John Ruskin's bicentenary: Marlborough conference seeks people to host speakers & visitors

15 Jun 2019

This autumn, Marlborough College with the organisation Visual Theology are bringing academics, artists, and church leaders together to explore the legacy of John Ruskin and his ideas about theology and the arts - in this his bicentenary year.  

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Burglaries at Marlborough coffee shop & jewellers

14 Jun 2019

Police are investigating two burglaries at retail premises in Marlborough.

  

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Photographs by local wildlife photographer David White to be exhibited in a London gallery

14 Jun 2019

A fourth generation farmer, now a highly respected photographer, David White is dedicated to capturing the essence of the Marlborough Downs, the surrounding area and especially its wildlife.   Now his photographs are to be exhibited in a London gallery - the Osborne Studio Gallery - in the autumn (details below). 

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‘Marlborough at War with the King’ – a new book reveals town’s pivotal role in the English Civil War

13 Jun 2019 Sue Round

Marlborough’s defeat by the Royalists in the Civil War of 1642 will be re-enacted on July 27 and 28 by the English Civil War Society.  A new book - ‘Marlborough at War with the King’ tells the story of this bloody battle. 

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Photographs by local wildlife photographer David White to be exhibited in a London gallery

Barn owls [Photo © David White] Barn owls [Photo © David White] A fourth generation farmer, now a highly respected photographer, David White is dedicated to capturing the essence of the Marlborough Downs, the surrounding area and especially its wildlife.   Now his photographs are to be exhibited in a London gallery - the Osborne Studio Gallery - in the autumn (details below). 

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Fitting ceremony marks the completion of Ramsbury Airfield project

L to r: RAF Benson, The USAF 437th Airlift Wing, on the lectern Col. Mike Relph & Col. Patrick Winstead & alongside The Ramsbury Bella Voce Choir L to r: RAF Benson, The USAF 437th Airlift Wing, on the lectern Col. Mike Relph & Col. Patrick Winstead & alongside The Ramsbury Bella Voce Choir The Ramsbury Airfield Remembrance Project brought veterans, servicemen and members of the public from near and far - as far as South Carolina - to its final dedication ceremony on Sunday (June 9). 

 

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She won the world's toughest, longest horse race - and has written a compelling account of her extraordinary victory

Lara, wild-eyed pony & Mongolian grass (Photo © Richard Dunwoody)Lara, wild-eyed pony & Mongolian grass (Photo © Richard Dunwoody)In 2013, on a bit of a whim, she travelled to Mongolia and became the first woman - and the youngest competitor - to win 'the world’s longest, toughest horse race'.  Six years later Lara Prior-Palmer has written an astonishing book about the race: Rough Magic.

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‘Marlborough at War with the King’ – a new book reveals town’s pivotal role in the English Civil War

Nick Baxter, Sara Holden and Chantal Bourgonje with their book 'Marlborough at War with the King'Nick Baxter, Sara Holden and Chantal Bourgonje with their book 'Marlborough at War with the King'Marlborough’s defeat by the Royalists in the Civil War of 1642 will be re-enacted on July 27 and 28 by the English Civil War Society.  A new book - ‘Marlborough at War with the King’ tells the story of this bloody battle.

 

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Marlborough Town Ladies - ex and current - raise more than £1,200 for Macmillan at a charity match fundraiser

Macmillan Marlborough representatives Rose Martin, Kirsty Martin, Sandra Bull, Janet Buck and Vanessa Hillier (in green T-shirts) together with members of the current Ladies and Veterans teams celebrate the success of the recent charity fundraiser match showing clearly how much was raisedMacmillan Marlborough representatives Rose Martin, Kirsty Martin, Sandra Bull, Janet Buck and Vanessa Hillier (in green T-shirts) together with members of the current Ladies and Veterans teams celebrate the success of the recent charity fundraiser match showing clearly how much was raisedMarlborough Town Ladies recently (5 May) staged a match where the Veterans team took on the current Ladies team to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support which generated £1,207 for the Marlborough branch of Macmillan.

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