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Local Embroiderers Guild study rich embroidery from Russia

20 Jan 2020 Sue Round

  Last week Marlborough and District Embroiderers Guild enjoyed a talk by Pamela Smith about the history of metal thread and gold embroidery in Russia.Pamela’s interest in Russia started at a young age when her father worked in London near to the Russian Shop. She was often given books and artefacts...

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Oare pupils are eco warriors with the help of Orlando the penguin

19 Jan 2020 Sue Round

Pupils at Oare School are eco aware and setting a good example to other Excalibur Academies Trust Primary Schools.  They have been chosen to be the first school to host the fluffy Environmental Champion, the Penguin of Power, as he begins his tour of Excalibur Primary Schools.

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Review: The Big Moon - at Movida

19 Jan 2020 Madison James

Despite the arrival of Storm Brendan on Monday, Movida was packed upstairs for the arrival of London-based punk-pop band, The Big Moon. Playing a short set followed by a signing at Sound Knowledge in order to promote their new album, Walking Like We Do, the band offered a glimpse of their...

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2019 nature writing prize: for every shortlisted book bought, the White Horse Bookshop will plant a tree

18 Jan 2020

The shortlist of books for the 2019 Richard Jefferies Society/White Horse Bookshop Prize for Nature Writing has been announced.  The prize is now in its fifth year.

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OBITUARY: Ian Anderson - 1934 - 2019

18 Jan 2020 Nick Maurice

Ian Anderson died on 26th November 2019 aged 85 and at his request was cremated privately.  Ian had a happy retirement for 13 years in Marlborough, chosen to be near his son James in Newbury and Heathrow airport to be able to visit a home in Switzerland. After being educated at Winchester...

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'Blues into Brews' - take a supportive cuppa on the most difficult day in the year

17 Jan 2020

Swindon & District Samaritans are encouraging people throughout the area to beat Blue Monday by getting together for a supportive cuppa on Monday 20 January for 'Brew Monday'.

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Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant - Marlborough St Mary's

17 Jan 2020

Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant   The Governing Body of St. Mary’s School is seeking to employ a Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant to work 1½ hours per day, from Monday to Friday, supporting the children at lunchtimes. As an MDSA you will be responsible for supervising play during the lunch break, setting up/clearing the hall for lunch and encouraging and supporting...

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Launch at White Horse Bookshop as local children’s author Debi Evans publishes two new books

16 Jan 2020 Sue Round

Local children’s author, Debi Evans and Rolo, her time travelling dog, are back in Book 5 of The Secret Adventures of Rolo – Phoenix and the Dragonling which will be launched, along with a colouring and activity book aimed at younger children at The White Horse Bookshop on Saturday (18 January)...

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Marlborough College's December Carol Services raise over £8,000 for charities

16 Jan 2020

The four Carol Services held in the Chapel at Marlborough College raised more than £8,000 which has been shared between four charities.  

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House Domestic Cleaners - Cotton House: (part-time) - Marlborough College

16 Jan 2020

  House Domestic Cleaners - Cotton House (part-time)      We require a reliable and enthusiastic person to join our team of Domestic Staff.   Working within Cotton House (a mixed Boarding House), and reporting to the Dame, you will be required to assist with the day to day cleaning operation of the House.   You must be able to...

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Monday 14 January 2019, 19:00

‘Let there be Light’ – Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages

with Peter Webb

 

 

Is Beauty something objective or just in the eye of the beholder?
If objective is it independent of other categories such as Truth and Goodness?
The Middle Ages were philosophically dominated by Scholastic thought,
which was in its turn heavily indebted.

 

Monday, 14 January 2019 at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey

Doors open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm start.  Guests welcome - £7 entry

 

 

 

 

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