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'Art at War' - An exhibition at The White Horse Gallery lifts the lid on how art can act as…

19 Feb 2020

Art can have the extraordinary ability to release emotions too difficult to verbalise and at the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House veterans from recent conflicts have been able to express themselves through their art.  A (mostly) retrospective exhibition of some of their work is being held at...

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Climate Change isn't just for the younger generation - U3A addresses the issues facing us all

19 Feb 2020

“Climate Change and Sustainable Futures” is the focus of a Special Interest Day on 5 May that is being organised by U3A Kennet in Marlborough, involving a panel of qualified climatologists and scientists who will provide both a balanced but also a positive outlook on the dramatic global climate changes that...

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Rotary turn up the volume for Marlborough's Youth Centre

19 Feb 2020 Sue Round

Marlborough and District Rotary Club have today, Wednesday February 19, presented Marlborough Youth and Community Centre with a powerful £900 sound system. 

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Head of Strings - Marlborough College

19 Feb 2020

Head of Strings (part-time)    SEPTEMBER 2020    Marlborough College seeks to appoint an enthusiastic, ambitious and well-qualified individual capable of leading the String Department, teaching violin/viola one to one, coaching chamber music (where required) and some orchestral coaching and performing.The successful candidate will be an outstanding string player and teacher of repute.  He or she will...

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Man jailed for selling Class A drugs in Marlborough

18 Feb 2020

A man has been jailed for over two years after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs.   Ilir Hysa, 47, of Wembley, appeared in Swindon Crown Court on February 14 and was sentenced to a total of 28 months imprisonment. 

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Casual Cleaner - St John's Academy

18 Feb 2020

Casual Cleaner     Start Date:   ASAP – temporary contractSalary:   £9.00 per hour 5 hours per week - AM (starting 7am) or PM (finishing 7pm) – to be agreed We are seeking a casual cleaner to temporarily support our cleaning team at St John’s Marlborough. Previous experience not essential as training will be...

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Part-Time Cleaner - St John's Academy

18 Feb 2020

Part-Time Cleaner     Start Date:   ASAP Salary:   from £9.00 per hour 6 hours per week - AM (starting 7am) or PM (finishing 7pm) – to be agreed Term time plus inset week and 2 weeks during the holiday periods (41 weeks per year)We are seeking a cleaner to work at St John’s Marlborough;...

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Teaching Assistant and Midday Supervisor Assistant - Ramsbury Primary School

18 Feb 2020

  Teaching Assistant and Midday Supervisor Assistant     Ramsbury Primary School is looking for a Teaching Assistant, with a Midday Supervisor role during lunchtimes, Monday to Friday.   We have been rated as Outstanding by Ofsted, we are an English Hub and a National Support School. In these exciting times for our school, we...

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Domestic Cleaner - Facilities - Marlborough College

18 Feb 2020

  Domestic Cleaner - Facilities       We require a reliable and enthusiastic person to join our team of Domestic Staff in General Services.  Working within Facilities/Offices and reporting to the Domestic Services Manager, you will be required to assist with the day to day cleaning operation.You should have the ability to work on your...

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Dennis leaves its mark as Marlborough's water meadows fulfill their purpose

17 Feb 2020 Sue Round

Storm Dennis has left its mark on Marlborough with the River Kennet having burst its banks in several places in the town flooding key water meadows such as Coopers Meadow and Stonebridge. 

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'Art at War' - An exhibition at The White Horse Gallery lifts the lid on how art can act as therapy for veterans

Repatriation - by Tom Stimpson MBERepatriation - by Tom Stimpson MBEArt can have the extraordinary ability to release emotions too difficult to verbalise and at the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House veterans from recent conflicts have been able to express themselves through their art.  A (mostly) retrospective exhibition of some of their work is being held at The White Horse Gallery between 27 Fenruary and 4 March.

 

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Rotary turn up the volume for Marlborough's Youth Centre

Mayor Mervyn Hall and Martin Luxford, President of Marlborough and District Rotary Club test out the new sound systemMayor Mervyn Hall and Martin Luxford, President of Marlborough and District Rotary Club test out the new sound systemMarlborough and District Rotary Club have today, Wednesday February 19, presented Marlborough Youth and Community Centre with a powerful £900 sound system. 

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Man jailed for selling Class A drugs in Marlborough

Ilry Hysa,  sentenced to 28 months in jail for supplying drugs in MarlbroughIlry Hysa, sentenced to 28 months in jail for supplying drugs in MarlbroughA man has been jailed for over two years after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs.   Ilir Hysa, 47, of Wembley, appeared in Swindon Crown Court on February 14 and was sentenced to a total of 28 months imprisonment. 

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Marlborough Rugby: Reshaped team perform strongly away to Beaconsfield

Todd Johnston breaking through the Beaconsfield defenceTodd Johnston breaking through the Beaconsfield defenceBeaconsfield 24  -  Marlborough 43

Last Saturday Marlborough travelled to Beaconsfield with more enforced changes from their previous week’s team who were victorious over Buckingham on the Common.  Two veteran players were called up to play for the 1st XV, Ben Saqaniavene and Bill Navesu and both of them were awesome – age is just a number!  

 

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Climate Change isn't just for the younger generation - U3A addresses the issues facing us all

l to r - U3A Climate Change Panel:  Randal Richards, Jill Turner and Graham Barnesl to r - U3A Climate Change Panel: Randal Richards, Jill Turner and Graham Barnes“Climate Change and Sustainable Futures” is the focus of a Special Interest Day on 5 May that is being organised by U3A Kennet in Marlborough, involving a panel of qualified climatologists and scientists who will provide both a balanced but also a positive outlook on the dramatic global climate changes that we are experiencing directly or witnessing through the media.

 

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Preshute pupils learn about life in The Gambia

Preshute pupils role play travelling to The GambiaPreshute pupils role play travelling to The GambiaPupils at Preshute Primary School spent two days last week learning about life in The Gambia. The school has been linked with two Gambian schools, one Christian and one Muslim, for a number of years and several Preshute pupils have Gambian pen-pals.

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Shock but no awe

 

I was genuinely shocked by the news, just over a week ago, that our ex-MP (Claire Perry O’Neil) has been sacked as president of COP26. 

 

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Using a laptop computer, tablet, desktop? Pretty easy really - Marlborough St Mary's will show you how

Kath Black, Head of IT at Marlborough St Mary's will be lifting the lid on the mysteries of using a computerKath Black, Head of IT at Marlborough St Mary's will be lifting the lid on the mysteries of using a computerConfused by technology?  What to do when your laptop, desktop, iPad or even phone seems to develop a mind of it's own and doesn't do what you want?  Answer: go back to school to learn!  (Marlborough St Mary's to be precise).

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St John’s Academy declares a climate emergency

St John's sixth form climate change group (SEA) - from left to right - Nicole Franklin,Ted Warner, Josh Fellows, Fabian Avis, Holly McKay, Olivia Eden, Lucy Jones with teacher Jonny FriendSt John's sixth form climate change group (SEA) - from left to right - Nicole Franklin,Ted Warner, Josh Fellows, Fabian Avis, Holly McKay, Olivia Eden, Lucy Jones with teacher Jonny FriendOn January 31 St John’s Academy declared a climate emergency.  This follows on from the UK government’s declaration (the first government to make such a declaration) in May last year.

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