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Jail for County Lines drugs courier arrested in Marlborough

20 May 2019 Court Correspondent

An Albanian who was caught in Marlborough ferrying hundreds of pounds worth of high purity cocaine for a county lines operation has been jailed for 26 months.

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Out to Africa - Marlborough to Tanzania – a Marlborough woman follows her dream

20 May 2019 Sue Round

After ten years organising Gap Year experiences from a company in Marlborough and managing worthwhile volunteering projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Michaela Scarr decided to take a Gap Year of her own.  It has led to a dramatic change of life.

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Devizes Conservatives demand the end for Mrs May

18 May 2019

  The Devizes Conservative Association voted at an Extraordinary General Meeting in Pewsey last night (Friday 17 May) to demand that the Prime Minister, Theresa May stand down.Marlborough.news has been informed that the meeting, under the chairmanship of Burbage Wiltshire Councillor Stewart Wheeler was called expressly to debate the future of...

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No Vets4pets as much loved Marlborough veterinary surgery closes its doors

17 May 2019 Sue Round

Vets4Pets, situated on Marlborough business park, has announced that it will close on May 30.  On Friday afternoon (17 May) distressed dog owners with their pets mounted a protest outside the premises.

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Wiltshire Councillor Jerry Wickham resigns from cabinet

16 May 2019

Councillor Jerry Wickham has decided to resign as a member of the Wiltshire Council cabinet.  He announced on Twitter that this was "...due to worsening of my Advanced Prostate Cancer...Enjoyed great times with the team of hardworking genuine people."

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The Green Party campaigns in Marlborough

16 May 2019

The campaign for the elections to the European Parliament came to Marlborough on Wednesday (May 15). 

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The Parade Cinema - progress report

16 May 2019

Work on converting the former Chapel into The Parade Cinema is now scheduled to start at the beginning of August.

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Marlborough's new Team Rector

16 May 2019 Sue Round

The Reverend Chris Smith has been appointed Team Rector for Marlborough St.Mary’s, Preshute and Minal - following Reverend Canon Andrew Studdert-Kennedy who left last September.

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Marlborough LitFest’s life affirming Big Town Read - author Raynor Winn on the couple’s coastal journey

16 May 2019 Sue Round

This year, Marlborough LitFest’s Big Town Read is The Salt Path by Raynor Winn - a book that's in line for several prizes. 

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Burbage & Easton Royal Cricket Club welcome their overseas player - Johnny Riekert

15 May 2019

It was a very chilly start indeed for Burbage & Easton Royal Cricket Club's 2019 overseas player - South African semi-professional Johnny Riekert, a right-handed top-order batsman who bowls right arm medium pace. 

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New Mayor promises an exciting year ahead for the town

Marlborough's new Mayor, Cllr Mervyn Hall accompanied by the new Deputy Mayor, Cllr Mark Cooper, the Bishop of Ramsbury, The Right Revd Dr Andrew Rumsey, The High Sherriff of Wiltshire David Scott and Mrs Letitia Scott, Deputy Lieutenant Dr David Hemery with Town Councillors assembled on the steps of the Town HallMarlborough's new Mayor, Cllr Mervyn Hall accompanied by the new Deputy Mayor, Cllr Mark Cooper, the Bishop of Ramsbury, The Right Revd Dr Andrew Rumsey, The High Sherriff of Wiltshire David Scott and Mrs Letitia Scott, Deputy Lieutenant Dr David Hemery with Town Councillors assembled on the steps of the Town HallMervyn Hall is Marlborough’s 709th town mayor.  He was sworn in at the Mayor Making Ceremony on Monday May 13 in front of an audience of councillors, former mayors, community representatives, family, friends, Deputy Lieutenant Dr David Hemery, The High Sherriff of Wiltshire David Scott and Mrs Letitia Scott, the Mayor of Swindon Councillor Junab Ali and the Bishop of Ramsbury, The Right Revd Dr. Andrew Rumsey.  Councillor Mark Cooper was elected as Deputy Mayor.

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Marlborough's next generation leads the way to bring home the dangers of climate change to everyone

Extinction Rebellion marchers in Marlborough High Street extending down most of one sideExtinction Rebellion marchers in Marlborough High Street extending down most of one side"What do we want? Climate justice.  When do we want it?  Now!"  was the chant that reverberated throughout Marlborough's High Street earlier today (Saturday 11 May) as several hundred Climate Extinction demonstrators, led by the next generation marched up and down to bring the dangers of the climate predicament home to the people of Marlborough.

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The Changing Climate of Climate Change

 

The Gillet Jaune protests in France started as protests against climate related taxes on petrol  -   Photo - Koshu KuniiThe Gillet Jaune protests in France started as protests against climate related taxes on petrol - Photo - Koshu KuniiIt’s been a dramatic few weeks.  Climate Emergencies were declared by the Scottish, Welsh and UK parliaments last week (and the Irish Parliament this week) whilst, last Thursday, the government’s own Committee on Climate Change (CCC) published a report recommending the UK have a target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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Save the Children’s centenary celebrations continue with the play ‘Eglantyne’

Anne Chamberlain as Eglantyne Jebb in the eponymous productionAnne Chamberlain as Eglantyne Jebb in the eponymous productionIn honour of the centenary of the founding of Save the Children on May 19, a play celebrating the life of Eglantyne Jebb, the organisation’s founder, is coming to St. Peter’s Church, Marlborough on Friday June 7.  Eglantyne Jebb lived in Marlborough and taught at St. Peter’s School from 1898 to 1899. 

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St John’s students top of the South West in 'Race for the Line' Rocket Car competition

St John's Year 7 students at the Regional final of Race for the Line at RNAS YeoviltonSt John's Year 7 students at the Regional final of Race for the Line at RNAS YeoviltonTwo teams of St John’s Year 7 students gained first and second place at the Regional Final of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Rocket Car competition called 'Race for the Line'.  They will now go on to compete in the National Final which will be held at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford on 27 June. 

 

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