Aldbourne Parish Council got just 24-hours notice: please could the village Green be used to make an advertisement for Vodafone? The answer was 'yes'. And the production company making the advert was paying - but it was not going to be an easy ride.
14-12-2018 A Correspondent
At a packed meeting in St. Peters Church last Thursday evening, Baroness Jenny Tonge talked about the situation in Bethlehem today.Read more
At Monday's (10 December) full meeting of the Town Council it was announced that Wiltshire Council had given advance warning that the children's playground will have to close very soon.Read more
23.5 hours per week
We are looking for a receptionist to join the Dispensary Team.
Excellent communication, organisational and accuracy skills are required. The successful applicant will be expected to be friendly, approachable and maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times.
For an application pack please contact the surgery...Read more
16 hours per week
Excellent customer service, communication, organisational and accuracy skills are required. You will be required to work alongside our Dispensary Team members providing dispensing services to our patients. Your duties will include preparing prescriptions, liaising with all prescribers, dealing with queries face to face or on the...Read more
Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant
The Governing Body of St. Mary’s School is seeking to employ a Mid-Day Supervisory Assistantto work 1 hour per day, from Monday to Friday, supporting the children at lunchtimes. As an Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant (MDSA) you will be responsible for setting up/clearing the hall for lunch, encouraging and supporting the children in the...Read more
At the meeting on Tuesday (December 11), Wiltshire Council cabinet agreed that outdoor education will continue in the county. The details of this decision were outlined in marlborough.news' earlier report on the proposals going before the cabinet meeting.
Councillors unanimously expressed their support for the campaign to extend the 50 mph speed restriction on the A346 between Ogbourne St Andrew and Ogbourne St George to include a notoriously dangerous stretch covering two minor junctions.Read more
The Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) have published their report about the crash on 13 July 2017 of a two-seater aircraft at Brismlade Farm near Wootton Rivers which killed the two pilots aboard. The report comes to no definite conclusion as to the cause of the crash.
Wiltshire Council have just announced the waste and recycling collection date changes for the Christmas / New Year period.