A student reports on the miniature wonders of Marlborough Area Makerspace’s second Raspberry Jam dayOrganised by the Marlborough Area Development Trust, the town's second Raspberry Pi day (Sunday, May 20) saw fifty people coming to grips with coding workshops - all the way from how to get started with your raspberry pi through to robotics and image taking.
Sam Ponsford to welcome four refugees on scholarships to College's School of English & Culture this summer
Marlborough College's School of English and Culture that runs alongside the annual Summer School (July 8 to August 4), offers English language tuition and an Open Minds course for British teenagers. This year it will also be welcoming four teenage refugees who are living in Britain and who have won scholarships to join the School's sessions.
Crowns, carriages, flowers, bunting, a mock wedding - even patriotic smoothies! Local schools join the Royal wedding celebrationsPreshute Primary School held a whole day of Royal Wedding Celebrations on the Friday (May 18) - the day before that other and real Royal Wedding.
Lisa Farrell is Marlborough’s 708th town mayor. She was sworn in at the Mayor Making ceremony in the Town Hall on Monday May 14, in front of an audience of councillors, former mayors, community representatives, family and friends and the High Sheriff of Wiltshire, Mrs Nicky Alberry. Councillor Mervyn Hall was elected as Deputy Mayor.
A new law firm with a difference has opened in Marlborough. Marlborough Law Ltd, is run by solicitors, Karen Salmon and Alex Atkins. The firm seeks to offer an affordable service to local people.
This is a news story without much that's very new. Marlborough.news keeps being asked what will happen to Marlborough's police station when it closes.
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