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MantonFest this Saturday (29 June) with Mercury (Queen's top tribute band), T.Rextasy and The Troggs heading the bill

24 Jun 2019

Saturday is MantonFest, the weather forecast is good so all looks set for another chilled and relaxing day out with some great music happening all the way through from mid-day to 11 at night in the glorious setting of Manton Watermeadow's natural amphitheatre.

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M4's Junction 15: upgrade work starts in September

24 Jun 2019

This is an early warning of likely delays for drivers from and to Marlborough crossing or joining the M4 at Junction 15.

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Marlborough golfers swing into action and raise £1000 for Julia’s House

23 Jun 2019 Sue Round

Marlborough Golf Club’s Junior Captain’s Day, held at the club on June 14, raised £1000 for the charity Julia’s House. 

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Oare Primary's youngest class leads the way towards cutting out plastic waste

21 Jun 2019

Wednesday (19 June) was National Refill Day and it was only fitting that the youngest in society show their elders the way forward in cutting out plastic waste.  The youngest pupils at Oare C of E Primary School proved that they have 'got the bottle' to prevent plastic pollution.  

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The prize-winning book 'Wilding' tells the uplifting story of how nature can restore itself

21 Jun 2019

The latest winner of the Richard Jefferies Society/White Horse Bookshop Literary Prize for Nature Writing is Isabella Tree for her book Wilding - subtitled The return of nature to a British farm.  The prize - which includes a cheque for £1,000 - will be presented when the author comes to...

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Success of Marlborough Youth Football Club leads chairman to appeal for volunteers

21 Jun 2019

Marlborough Youth Football Club success and growth has led to the clairman, Stuart Slater caling for more volunteers.  

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'bric-a-brac' stall this Saturday to raise funds for Marlborough in Bloom

20 Jun 2019

This Saturday, 22 June there will be a Marlborough in Bloom 'bric-a-brac' stall set up outside Superdrug in the High Street between 09:30 and 15:00 to raise funds for this year's entry.  

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'Giant' Ladies bike taken from Kingsbury St on Monday 17 June - Can you help?

20 Jun 2019

  Earlier this week on Monday (17 June) at about 12.30pm a ladies 'Giant' bike was taken from outside a house in Kingsbury St.   It's black with pale green flashes and an orange bag on the side.   If you have any information about what happened to the bike or where it could be...

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Terrible weather fails to dilute the varied music styles at the Avebury Rocks Festival

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.

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Fight is on to save Baydon’s historic but crumbling church

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. 

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MantonFest this Saturday (29 June) with Mercury (Queen's top tribute band), T.Rextasy and The Troggs heading the bill

Mercury - Top Queen Tribute act who will be headlining Saturday's MantonFestMercury - Top Queen Tribute act who will be headlining Saturday's MantonFestSaturday is MantonFest, the weather forecast is good so all looks set for another chilled and relaxing day out with some great music happening all the way through from mid-day to 11 at night in the glorious setting of Manton Watermeadow's natural amphitheatre.

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Oare Primary's youngest class leads the way towards cutting out plastic waste

Oare Primary Skylarks Class show their refillable bottles for National Refill DayOare Primary Skylarks Class show their refillable bottles for National Refill DayWednesday (19 June) was National Refill Day and it was only fitting that the youngest in society show their elders the way forward in cutting out plastic waste.  The youngest pupils at Oare C of E Primary School proved that they have 'got the bottle' to prevent plastic pollution.

 

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The prize-winning book 'Wilding' tells the uplifting story of how nature can restore itself

Isabella Tree (Photo: Francesco Guidicini)Isabella Tree (Photo: Francesco Guidicini)The latest winner of the Richard Jefferies Society/White Horse Bookshop Literary Prize for Nature Writing is Isabella Tree for her book Wilding - subtitled The return of nature to a British farm.  The prize - which includes a cheque for £1,000 - will be presented when the author comes to Marlborough in July to talk about her book - details here.

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600+ signatories demand crossing for the High Street as residents petition the Town Council

Planning Chair Cllr Susie Price receives 600+ signature petition from campaigners Vera Hamlin, Jackie Gill and Fred BriersPlanning Chair Cllr Susie Price receives 600+ signature petition from campaigners Vera Hamlin, Jackie Gill and Fred BriersAt 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.

 

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Game, Set and Match! Tennis equipment triumph for Pewsey Primary

Lee Jeffery PE leader at Pewsey Primary, Karl Edwards - Manager of Crosby and Lawrence with Pewsey pupils and some of the new tennis equipmentLee Jeffery PE leader at Pewsey Primary, Karl Edwards - Manager of Crosby and Lawrence with Pewsey pupils and some of the new tennis equipmentPewsey 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.

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