20 Jun 2019 Madison James
Despite the turbulent weather, plenty of locals turned up to Prospect Hospice’s Avebury Rocks Festival on Saturday (June 15) to experience a day of performances from musicians of all ages and many styles.
20 Jun 2019 Sue Round
The twelfth century St Nicholas Church in Baydon needs around £100,000 worth of repairs if it is to be saved for future generations. Read more
19 Jun 2019 Sue Round
Pewsey Primary has won first place in a Facebook competition organised by Crosby and Lawrence. On Monday of this week, June 17, Karl Edwards, Manager of Crosby and Lawrence, presented the school with their prize - ten brand new tennis rackets and a box full of tennis balls.Read more
19 Jun 2019
from late August 2019
Applications are invited for the post of Art Technician to join this busy, thriving Department. The Art technician’s main responsibility is to provide support to teachers in the Art Department and to liaise with the other technicians in order to ensure the efficient running of the Art...Read more
18 Jun 2019
A popular face from the days of the Marlborough International Jazz Festival will be back on a Marlborough stage on Friday 2 Aug. Jazz Fest favourite Lil' Jimmy Reed will be headlining a blues night at the Town Hall courtesy of Marlborough Arts Association.
18 Jun 2019
At last night's meeting of the Planning Committee of Marlborough Town Council (Monday 17 June) three residents - Vera Hamblin, Jackie Gill and Fred Briers handed in a petition of more than 600 signatories requesting that a crossing be installed in the town's busy High Street.
18 Jun 2019
Free coach transport to the National Armed Forces Day in Salisbury on Saturday 29 June is being offered on a first come, first served basis by Marlborough's branch of the Royal British Legion with support from the Marlborough Area Board.
17 Jun 2019 A Correspondent
Members of a County Lines gang which supplied drugs to dealers and users in Wiltshire have been jailed for a total of almost 57 years. The gang shipped crack cocaine and heroin to dealers in Swindon and Marlborough for supply to local addicts.
17 Jun 2019 Sue Round
Over four hundred cubs from six out of the seven Wiltshire Districts descended on St John’s Academy on Saturday June 15 for a day of challenges, learning new skills, fun and games.
17 Jun 2019
Mains water does not reach everyone in our area - or in Wiltshire as a whole. The parts not reached rely on a 'private water supply' - boreholes taking water from aquifers far below ground level.Read more