A man was arrested earlier this morning following a theft of alcohol from Marlborough's Waitrose store.
This year Marlborough LitFest celebrates its tenth year - bringing authors, discussion and events to the town from 26-29 September. They have announced their first major booking: this year’s Golding Speaker is the Man Booker Prize-winning author, Ben Okri.
A banner campaigning about the 'Climate Crisis' appeared - fairly briefly - on the Town Hall early on the morning of Wednesday, February 13 warning of drought, storms, loss of global food production and mass migration.
Marlborough 26 - 24 Newbury
Newbury Blues travelled to the Common as firm favourites. Unbeaten all season, the Blues provided formidable opposition for Elisi’s men. Marlborough who narrowly beat league strugglers Witney last week knew the importance of this tie in their push for a promotion spot. The reverse fixture at Monks Lane was shaded by Newbury, but Marlborough would be seeking redemption. On paper this was set to be a classic and the spectators were not disappointed.
At a Presentation Evening held at Marlborough Golf Club earlier this month thirteen year old Oscar Oliver was named Junior of the Year 2018. Oscar was presented with the Robert Hill Trophy and a voucher for £100 to be spent on golf equipment or coaching.
Redrow Homes has sponsored a team of students from Marlborough St. John’s in the First Lego League Robotics Based Lifeskills Challenge aimed at nine to fourteen-year-olds - worldwide.
Tesco Marlborough and the Town Council have come together to provide much-needed new equipment for Marlborough Youth Football Club's site at the Marlborough Community & Youth Centre at Salisbury Road Recreation Ground.
Marlborough 29 - 20 Witney
After a disappointing defeat to Chippenham last Saturday, Marlborough returned to winning ways in a classic at The Common. Witney, twelfth in the table, with only one win in their last four games provided the opposition.