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English Hub Administration and Finance Officer - Ramsbury Primary School

12 Sep 2019

  English Hub Administration and Finance Officer     Job Description:         English Hub Administration and Finance OfficerReports to:                 Head TeacherSalary:                        £21305 per annum (Band G)Start date:                  September/October 2019  Contract:                     Full-time (40 weeks a year plus 6.49 weeks in holidays) temporary until August 2020. Location:                    Ramsbury Primary School, near MarlboroughThe role:Ramsbury English Hub is one of 34 DfE appointed hubs in England.  Our hub...

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Claire Perry O'Neill tweets the confirmation of UK's hosting of COP26

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  Claire Perry O'Neill, currently the Devizes MP announced on Twitter Glasgow's hosting of COP26, of which she will be president has been confirmed:   Hurray! We are officially the nominated hosts for joint UK:Italy #COP26 with main negotiations in Glasgow.  I’m so honoured to be the COP26 President.  Huge efforts ahead but...

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Grill Chef Required - WJ's, Marlborough

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The Crown in The Parade - a new home for Dan’s restaurant

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Dan’s restaurant on London Road, Marlborough is about to become Dan’s at The Crown in The Parade.  Dan Bond, who has been owner, chef and manager of the London Road restaurant for nearly three years, is excited at the prospect of his new restaurant, bar and function room.  

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Anna Victorious – the Atlantic Challenge rowing team raising money for cancer charity

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Adam Green, 37, from Great Bedwyn and three friends, Ed Smith, Rob Murray and Jack Biss are in training for the challenge of their lives.  In December 2021 they plan to row 3000 nautical miles across the Atlantic from the Canary Islands to Antigua as part of the Talisker Whisky...

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Nerissa Vaughan, Chief Executive of Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to stand down

09 Sep 2019

  It was announced today (Monday 9 September) that Nerissa Vaughan, Chief Executive of Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will be standing down   Announcing her decision, Liam Coleman, Chair of the Trust said:  "Nerissa Vaughan has, after a period of ill health, decided to leave the Trust to continue her recovery and...

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Chef de Partie - Marlborough College

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Chef (Sundays, Term Time Only) - Marlborough College

09 Sep 2019

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Marlborough Weather - August and the Summer

08 Sep 2019 Eric Gibert

August:   A wet month contrasting with a dry July.  After a dry start to the month rain set in from August 6 with several very wet days.  Daily totals of 14.6mm, 10.4mm and 28.1mm were recorded on August 8, 14 and 16 respectively.  There were just 14 dry days.

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The mystical hare in the ancient Wiltshire landscape…a new treasure hunt book

08 Sep 2019 Sue Round

In 1979, Kit Williams’ treasure hunt book, ‘Masquerade’ became a publishing sensation and the treasure hunt caught the imagination of the nation. Now, local artist, Joanna May, is publishing a new treasure hunt book. 

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The Crown in The Parade - a new home for Dan’s restaurant

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Anna Victorious – the Atlantic Challenge rowing team raising money for cancer charity

left to right  - Ed Smith, Adam Green, Jack Biss, Rob Murrayleft to right - Ed Smith, Adam Green, Jack Biss, Rob MurrayAdam Green, 37, from Great Bedwyn and three friends, Ed Smith, Rob Murray and Jack Biss are in training for the challenge of their lives.  In December 2021 they plan to row 3000 nautical miles across the Atlantic from the Canary Islands to Antigua as part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. By completing the challenge they hope to raise a minimum of £100,000 for the cancer support charity, Victoria’s Promise.

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Marlborough Weather - August and the Summer

Early Autumn at WestonbirtEarly Autumn at WestonbirtAugust:   A wet month contrasting with a dry July.  After a dry start to the month rain set in from August 6 with several very wet days.  Daily totals of 14.6mm, 10.4mm and 28.1mm were recorded on August 8, 14 and 16 respectively.  There were just 14 dry days.

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Marlborough’s LitFest celebrates ten years with a special children’s competition

Gillian Macdonald with some of the entries for the LitFest Children's CompetitionGillian Macdonald with some of the entries for the LitFest Children's CompetitionAs part of the ten-year celebration of the founding of Marlborough’s LitFest, over a thousand local children have entered a special competition.  The first schools to sign up for the competition have also been awarded £200 worth of books to be chosen from the White Horse Bookshop.

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St John’s Academy announces Marlborough’s first UN Climate Change Teacher

Ian Tucker, Principal of St John's Academy with Jonny Friend, Climate Change TeacherIan Tucker, Principal of St John's Academy with Jonny Friend, Climate Change Teacher

 

Jonny Friend, Head of Science and Climate Change Leader at St John’s Academy, has become a United Nations accredited Climate Change Teacher.  This means all students at St John’s will receive cross-curricular climate change lessons. Students will learn about sustainable development goals and the green economy in the context of their community.
 

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Marlborough Rugby: Marlborough start the new season off with a flyer against Salisbury

Moree Nailago, Will Grant and Inosi LaqekoroMoree Nailago, Will Grant and Inosi Laqekoro

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Saturday was the start of 2019/2020 season for Marlborough I; the seconds don’t begin their campaign until next Saturday.  The Clubhouse was buzzing with anticipation from both sides, each believing they were the ones who were going to take the spoils.

 

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Avebury Manor turns Art Gallery as the fourth Sculpture Exhibition launches

'Ginger' the monkey reaches out to grab a plum as she hangs from a tree in Avebury Manor's Orchard.  By Stroud sculptor Martin Adamson'Ginger' the monkey reaches out to grab a plum as she hangs from a tree in Avebury Manor's Orchard. By Stroud sculptor Martin AdamsonAvebury may be famous for the stones within and around the henge but for the next five weeks it can offer visitors views of a few more remarkable stones (and inspirational objects of many other materials too) as Avebury Manor's classic country house garden is taken over by around eighty beautiful sculptures for the fourth year in a row.

 

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Seasalt saves solitary bees on Marlborough’s bee road

Val Compton with Kye Carty Barrett installing the bee brickVal Compton with Kye Carty Barrett installing the bee brickLucy Wise and Lizzie Hunter of Seasalt in Marlborough are the winners of the competition Seasalt ran for employees during July’s solitary bee week.  Their prize, a bee brick, has been donated to Val Compton and the water front garden in Kennet Place.

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From lilies to lotus…midlife volunteering in Cambodia

Kate working in the school office with Mealea the new admin assistantKate working in the school office with Mealea the new admin assistantKate Howard, who has run the London Road florist shop, Hedge Rose, for ten years, is just back from a five-week volunteer project in Cambodia.  She will give a talk about her experiences on Wednesday September 4 at 7pm in the Merchant’s House - free admission, use the side door.

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Bishop of Salisbury joins the plea that “all voices in the Brexit debate be heard”

Bishop of Salisbury Rt Revd Nicholas HoltamBishop of Salisbury Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam 

 

The Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, is one of twenty five Bishops who yesterday, August 28, signed an open letter that calls for “all voices in the Brexit debate to be heard.”

The letter, which was written before the Prime Minister asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, “sets out some of what is involved in loving our neighbour in the present very testing circumstances.”

 

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