Sherborne 41 - 14 Marlborough
The weather may have been hot, but Marlborough definitely were not, and Sherborne took full advantage.
Marlborough 66 - 13 Salisbury
Saturday was the start of 2019/2020 season for Marlborough I; the seconds don’t begin their campaign until next Saturday. The Clubhouse was buzzing with anticipation from both sides, each believing they were the ones who were going to take the spoils.
Every time the numbers don't come up doesn't mean that you've lost.... Lockeridge's very popular and well-used Kennet Valley Hall probably wouldn't be getting a new and weathertight roof if you hadn't played.
Dan’s restaurant on London Road, Marlborough is about to become Dan’s at The Crown in The Parade. Dan Bond, who has been owner, chef and manager of the London Road restaurant for nearly three years, is excited at the prospect of his new restaurant, bar and function room.
Kate Howard, who has run the London Road florist shop, Hedge Rose, for ten years, is just back from a five-week volunteer project in Cambodia. She will give a talk about her experiences on Wednesday September 4 at 7pm in the Merchant’s House - free admission, use the side door.
Adam Green, 37, from Great Bedwyn and three friends, Ed Smith, Rob Murray and Jack Biss are in training for the challenge of their lives. In December 2021 they plan to row 3000 nautical miles across the Atlantic from the Canary Islands to Antigua as part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. By completing the challenge they hope to raise a minimum of £100,000 for the cancer support charity, Victoria’s Promise.
Avebury may be famous for the stones within and around the henge but for the next five weeks it can offer visitors views of a few more remarkable stones (and inspirational objects of many other materials too) as Avebury Manor's classic country house garden is taken over by around eighty beautiful sculptures for the fourth year in a row.
Jonny Friend, Head of Science and Climate Change Leader at St John’s Academy, has become a United Nations accredited Climate Change Teacher. This means all students at St John’s will receive cross-curricular climate change lessons. Students will learn about sustainable development goals and the green economy in the context of their community.
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- How about a little dissection on Sunday? At LitFest's WHAT THE PAPERS SAY they'll be dissecting stories great & small, serious & silly - with live cartooning
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- Volunteers to the rescue as boiler failure threatened Crofton’s steamings for the rest of 2019
- Jim Old Charity Golf Day raises bumper funds for Injured Jockeys’ Fund
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