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PARKING CHANGES - LATEST NEWS: new charges come into force on November 19

17-10-2018

There is further clarification from Wiltshire Council on the implementation of the decisions taken late last month - and not publicised - of the new charges for parking season tickets and the extension of charging to Sundays and Bank Holidays. 

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First steps in moving Marlborough's police base to Corner House in George Lane car park

16-10-2018

The following statement has been issued by the Police and Crime Commissioner:

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Reprise for Aldbourne's autumn market on the green

16-10-2018 A Correspondent

Plans plans for Aldbourne's annual  community market on the village green were literally blown away on September 21 by some unfriendly if seasonal winds.

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£850,000 & counting: it's Feast of Food's twenty-first birthday  

16-10-2018

Marlborough’s annual Feast of Food was established 21 years ago by member of the Marlborough Cancer Research group, Anne Deuchar, with a small group of volunteers.

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Armistice centenary exhibition: 'Wiltshire Remembers: Aftermath of the First World War'

16-10-2018

An exhibition to commemorate the end of the First World War that shows how those who did not come home are remembered, opens at the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes on 21 October 2018. 

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Villagers heartbroken as thieves target four local churches

16-10-2018 Sue Round

In the last week, lead from the roofs four local churches - St. Michael’s, Tidcombe, St. John’s, Pewsey, St. Nicholas, Baydon and All Saints, All Cannings - has been stolen in the dead of night.

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1918 - the last year of the 'Great War' - with bleak Marlborough footnotes

15-10-2018 David Du Croz

A timely event at Marlborough LitFest 2018 was Peter Hart's talk about his book book The Last Battle - Endgame on the Western Front, 1918.  This tells the story of the First World War's last ten months mainly through the words of those who fought through them.  Marlborough historian David...

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A Quick Mop...........

15-10-2018

The Mop Fair normally lasts between Friday lunchtime and Sunday morning.  Above is the whole weekend in less than four minutes, from Friday mid-day when the cars are still on the street through to Sunday morning when the High Street gets back to normal and the fairground environment is just...

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Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant - Marlborough St Mary's

15-10-2018

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

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Therapist (full-time) - Rejuvenesce

15-10-2018

  Therapist - full-time     ‘Rejuvenesce’ beauty salon has been located in Marlborough since 1978.  Set up and run by the same family, we have a exemplary reputation for offering an exceptional quality of service in a professional, friendly atmosphere. Our team is small, cohesive and client focused.     We are a Clarins Gold...

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A Quick Mop...........

The Mop Fair normally lasts between Friday lunchtime and Sunday morning.  Above is the whole weekend in less than four minutes, from Friday mid-day when the cars are still on the street through to Sunday morning when the High Street gets back to normal and the fairground environment is just a memory for another year.  A larger and slightly better quality version can be seen directly on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQkHr2GRbGk&t=48s

 

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1918 - the last year of the 'Great War' - with bleak Marlborough footnotes

In September 1918, the Allied offensive was making it very 'hot' for the Kaiser & his armies [Marlborough Times, 25 September 1918]In September 1918, the Allied offensive was making it very 'hot' for the Kaiser & his armies [Marlborough Times, 25 September 1918]A timely event at Marlborough LitFest 2018 was Peter Hart's talk about his book book The Last Battle - Endgame on the Western Front, 1918.  This tells the story of the First World War's last ten months mainly through the words of those who fought through them. 

Marlborough historian David Du Croz kindly wrote an introduction to Peter Hart's talk for marlborough.news - emphasising the cost of 1918's fighting to men from Marlborough College and from the Parish of St Peter. 

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Marlborough Rugby: this time local rivals Chippenham to make it six out of six

Joe Visei breaks through an attempted tackle supported by Semisi Rasivo, Jake Williams and Henry WebsterJoe Visei breaks through an attempted tackle supported by Semisi Rasivo, Jake Williams and Henry Webster

Marlborough 36  -  21 Chippenham

 

Marlborough continued their excellent start to the season with a sixth win in a row and against another local rival, this time Chippenham.  The whole Club is enjoying their first ever time in Level Six and every week brings a new challenge and a Club that they've either never faced or not faced in a very long time.  As they go into each game, the squad know how much respect every team deserves and the physicality they bring, but are confident in the style of rugby they are trying to play.

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Marlborough achieves a Community First award for transforming the Youth Centre

Mayor Lisa Farrell receives the very first Local Council Community Award from Community First's president, Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Rose TroughtonMayor Lisa Farrell receives the very first Local Council Community Award from Community First's president, Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Rose TroughtonOn behalf of the Marlborough Town Council Mayor Lisa Farrell was presented with the inaugral Local Council Community Award from Community First at their AGM and Award Ceremony held last night, Thursday 11 October in Devizes.

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