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GWH shows how the NHS 'to do list' will challenge any winner of the General Election

06 Dec 2019

Promises, promises, promises - more of this and less of that - the NHS at the heart of anything you care to name.  Promises coming thick and fast - with sums of money  replete with zeros.  That's our General Election experience so far. 

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Christmas concert: Emma Pooley to be Marlborough Choral Society's soprano soloist

06 Dec 2019 A Correspondent

The Marlborough Choral Society have announced that Emma Pooley is to be their soprano soloist for their Christmas concert at 7.30pm on Saturday, December 14 in St Mary's Church.

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Marlborough and District Dyslexia Association celebrate 32 years

06 Dec 2019 Sue Round

Last week Marlborough and District Dyslexia Association marked 32 years of work in the town and the retirement of their long time President and Resource manager, Gill Wallis, by planting a tree in Stonebridge Wild River Reserve.

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Post Offices: Support the smaller local branches

05 Dec 2019 Charlotte Frost

  Sirs,   There are two post offices closer to Marlborough which weren't mentioned in the recent story regarding Marlborough's Post Office.  One is in Chiseldon, at the Spar shop in Mays Lane, and the other in Aldbourne, at the deli/cafe on the corner of Marlborough Road and the main B4192.   I have used...

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Great Bedwyn: sheep killed & injured by dog

05 Dec 2019 A Correspondent

Police are appealing for information following two serious incidents of livestock worrying in a field near Bedwyn Common.

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St John's students join the Global Climate Youth Strike

05 Dec 2019 the Environmental Correspondent

Sixth form students and teachers from St John's, Marlborough, representing SEA (Schools for Environmental Action), participated in  the Global Climate Youth Strike last Friday (November 29), heading to Bristol where they joined hundreds of others calling for climate justice and urgent action to help reduce the worsening impacts of the climate...

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Suspended sentence for drug-driver caught in Marlborough

04 Dec 2019 the Crime Correspondent

  A Wroughton man has admitted drug driving after being stopped in Marlborough.  Around 10.15pm on Sunday 8 September 2019, officers stopped a blue Seat Leon outside the Bear Hotel near the Parade.  They became suspicious when the male driver starting acting as if he was trying to hide something;  he...

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Marlborough & District Embroiderers Guild Christmas meeting

04 Dec 2019 the Embroidery Correspondent

  Lt Col Neil Stace, who was a runner up in the 2015 series of the Great British Sewing Bee, was the surprise speaker at our Christmas lunch this week.As a bit of fun, Neil and a friend had joined the sewing group at Primary School and his interest developed from...

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The Burbage Christmas Tree Sale celebrates its 25th anniversary - with 700 trees to choose from 

03 Dec 2019 A Correspondent

The ever popular and successful Burbage Christmas Tree Sale & Market is this year celebrating its twenty-fifth  anniversary on Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8 with the biggest and best event yet.

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Rabley Wood View play area

03 Dec 2019

Marlborough residents can now view online the three options put forward for the play area that will be built as part of the new housing development on the former amenity land off Rabley Wood View.

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Marlborough and District Dyslexia Association celebrate 32 years

Janet Louth and Gill Wallis with the White Willow and Marlborough Town Council Head Groundsman Nigel Weathery.Janet Louth and Gill Wallis with the White Willow and Marlborough Town Council Head Groundsman Nigel Weathery.Last week Marlborough and District Dyslexia Association marked 32 years of work in the town and the retirement of their long time President and Resource manager, Gill Wallis, by planting a tree in Stonebridge Wild River Reserve.

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Novembers in Marlborough are getting wetter, but 2019's saw no rainfall records broken - unlike other parts of Britain

The nights are getting colder... (Photo: Eric Gilbert) The nights are getting colder... (Photo: Eric Gilbert) November began much as October had - with a former hurricane affecting our weather. Pablo was the first such storm to form so close to the UK, just west of the Iberian peninuslar. It brought mild weather with temperatures from the November 1 to November 5 a degree or so above average, a peak of 14.5C was recorded on November 1 being 3.4C above the 35-year average. 

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Marlborough without Post Office for the run-up to Christmas?

Post Office counters at the rear of One Stop - closed.   Pic: Pete DaviesPost Office counters at the rear of One Stop - closed. Pic: Pete DaviesMarlborough is facing Christmas without a Post Office.  Or so it appears.  The Post Office area at the back of One Stop is closed with notices stating 'The Post Office will be closed untill (sic) further notice.  Sorry for any inconvenience caused'.

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St John’s Academy students scale the dizzying heights of their new climbing wall

And they're off tackling the many different routes on offer on the climbing wallAnd they're off tackling the many different routes on offer on the climbing wallA new climbing wall, added to the St John’s Sports Hall, was today, Friday November 29, officially opened by Headteacher Ian Tucker and members of the St John’s Foundation Trust.  The investment in the climbing wall comes as St John’s celebrates ten years in the current buildings. 

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General election hustings: could the candidates find an equation linking lack of trust in politicians and votes at sixteen?

Candidates confront a packed St Mary's last night for Marlborough's General Election HustingsCandidates confront a packed St Mary's last night for Marlborough's General Election HustingsIt was a wet and windy evening and the warnings that a December election would not really work loomed large - but proved irrelevant.  St Mary's Church was full - extra chairs were needed and there were even some people standing at the back. 
 

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Odds-on December reopening for Manton's Outside Chance

Outside Chance as it currently is with the sign away for repainting and the builders working to get everything ready for 17 DecemberOutside Chance as it currently is with the sign away for repainting and the builders working to get everything ready for 17 December"It's a dead cert!"  Said Jodi Schofield, landlord of Manton's Outside Chance when asked if the opening date was to be Tuesday 17 December.

 

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Pulling pints to pulling teeth? Councillors object to proposed change of The White Harte to Dental Surgery

The White Harte - in the Marlborough Conservative ClubThe White Harte - in the Marlborough Conservative Club"How can you take a prime retail unit out of the High Street and replace it with a Dental Surgery?".  This was the question posed by Councillors at last night's (Monday 2 December) Planning Committee meeting of the Town Council when presented with the application to convert the iconic Conservative Club building, currently run as The White Harte restaurant & bar into a Dental Surgery.
 

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St Michael's School’s rain garden is officially open

Head of Aldbourne Parish Council Alison Edmonds cuts the ribbon to declare St Michael's School Rain Garden openHead of Aldbourne Parish Council Alison Edmonds cuts the ribbon to declare St Michael's School Rain Garden openSt Michael's School, Aldbourne celebrated the opening of their new Rain Garden this week.  The opening ceremony was attended by members of the community, parents, teachers, pupils and many volunteers.  The Reverend Sue Rodd blessed the garden and the Chair of Aldbourne Parish Council, Alison Edmonds, cut the ribbon to declare the garden open. 

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