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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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Dental Nurse - Pewsey Dental Practice

16 Jan 2020

    Dental Nurse    We are looking for a qualified part-time Dental Nurse to join our team.The working days and hours required for this role are:Tuesday 8.30 to 5pmWednesday 8.30 to 5pmOccasional Fridays, holiday and sickness coverWe would consider a reliable and enthusiastic trainee who can commit to completing the relevant training course.For...

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Medical Centre Manager - Marlborough College

16 Jan 2020

Medical Centre Manager Marlborough College, one of Britain’s leading co-educational, independent full boarding schools with c.997 pupils, now wishes to appoint a non-residential nurse-manager to our Medical Centre.This is a management role and you will be responsible for building on the best practice already within the department, for team leadership (including...

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Ramsbury Primary School pupils save Australian orphaned fruit bats

15 Jan 2020 Sue Round

Pupils at Ramsbury Primary School are helping Australian orphaned fruit bat pups to survive by making special fabric wraps which mimic the safety of their mothers. 

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

Pictured above are (left to right) Angela Hughes (Friends of Erlestoke Prison), and Kate Aspbury (MO U6 & Senior Prefect), Nick Maurice (Thriving Through Venture), Reverend Tim Novis (Senior Chaplain), Christian Freeman (SU U6 & Senior Prefect) and Virginia Reekie (The Kempson Rosedale Trust)Pictured above are (left to right) Angela Hughes (Friends of Erlestoke Prison), and Kate Aspbury (MO U6 & Senior Prefect), Nick Maurice (Thriving Through Venture), Reverend Tim Novis (Senior Chaplain), Christian Freeman (SU U6 & Senior Prefect) and Virginia Reekie (The Kempson Rosedale Trust)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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National Lottery Award for Chilton Foliat Clubhouse

Sam Wolcough chair of governors at Chilton Foliat Primary School and trustee of Chilton Foliat Community Association with children from Chilton Foliat Primary SchoolSam Wolcough chair of governors at Chilton Foliat Primary School and trustee of Chilton Foliat Community Association with children from Chilton Foliat Primary SchoolChilton Foliat Community Association has received a grant of over £9,000 from National Lottery Awards for All to kit out the new Chilton Foliat Community Clubhouse at Chilton Foliat Primary School.

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

Author Debi Evans with Rolo and her two new booksAuthor Debi Evans with Rolo and her two new booksLocal 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) between 11am and 1pm..

 

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St Peter's development: Town Council vote to defer decision after concerns raised over parking and privacy

Parking spaces in The Parade likely to go when the St Peter's development takes placeParking spaces in The Parade likely to go when the St Peter's development takes placeAt Monday (13 January) night's meeting of the Town Council Planning Committee Councillors voted by a majority verdict to defer judgement on the application to develop the former school into a boutique hotel, restaurant and residential complex following concerns raised regarding parking, privacy, safety and tree policy.  The decision will be made at the next meeting of the Planning Committee scheduled for Monday 3 February.

 

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St Peter's School development plans: Wiltshire Council recommendation that the site needs more archaeological investigation

St Peter's School: plan shows positions of the archaeologists' trenches (in red) St Peter's School: plan shows positions of the archaeologists' trenches (in red) Wiltshire Council's Assistant County Archaeologist is recommending that more work should be done at St Peter's School before planning consent is granted.  The development area 'is recorded as the site of the Hospital of St John the Baptist' - which was founded in the town in 1215.

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Make new friends at ‘Music and Movement for the Mind’

The weekly Music and Movement for the Mind sessions organised by Alzhemier's Support in Mildenhall are as much about having fun and meeting new people as about the singing
and exercise themselves. They are held every Tuesday in the village hall from 10.30am to 12 noon and new members are very welcome.

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Marlborough Rugby: Winning ways return with convincing display against Wimborne

 

Kane Marafono helps keep the ball steady for Daniel Jones to kickKane Marafono helps keep the ball steady for Daniel Jones to kickMarlborough  29  -  8  Wimborne

On Saturday, the first home game of the New Year and Marlborough finally pulled it out of the bag and got a win.  This boost was vital for the team after not winning a game since the middle of November and where some lack lustre performances had been given, finally the tide had turned, and Marlborough came out and gave possibly their best display of the season.

 

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First silverware for St John's rugby following coaching partnership with Marlborough RFC

A cheering St John’s Academy Year 9 rugby team, flanked by their supporting Marlborough RFC coaches, proudly show off their medals and the Swindon Schools Rugby CupA cheering St John’s Academy Year 9 rugby team, flanked by their supporting Marlborough RFC coaches, proudly show off their medals and the Swindon Schools Rugby CupJust before the end of the Christmas term pupils from St John’s Academy gathered to celebrate rugby success.  The Year 9 boys’ team, who were the first to benefit from Marlborough RFC coaching defeated Commonweal School in a floodlit fixture at Royal Wootton Bassett to win the Swindon Schools’ Rugby Cup final.  

 

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George Johnson BEM: Marlborough and The College turn out to pay respects

George Johnson passes underneath the iconic arch of Marlborough College for turning into Court for The College to say farewellGeorge Johnson passes underneath the iconic arch of Marlborough College for turning into Court for The College to say farewellGeorge Johnson BEM, one of Marlborough's most popular and well known characters was given the respect of the Town and The College earlier this morning when his coffin was carried on a vintage fire engine from the Fire Station in The Parade, along the High Street (stopping at The Polly, where he helped save a family from the disastrous fire in 1966), to Court at The College Court where they paid their last respects.

 

 

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George Johnson BEM: Tribute from Marlborough College

George Johnson's coffin being taken on a final lap of Court for The College to pay tributeGeorge Johnson's coffin being taken on a final lap of Court for The College to pay tributeThe College Community gathered today to pay tribute to a key member of the College and Town, Mr George Johnson, who sadly passed away on Christmas Eve aged 93. 

 

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