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Vote, vote, vote...for someone

18 Nov 2019

  What on earth is the use of anniversaries if we don't learn from them?Recently, we have had the anniversaries of 'Votes for women' (laws of 1918 & 1928) and also of that earlier cry for the democratic right to representation, 'The Peterloo Massacre' (1819). The first reminded us of the bravery...

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Practitioner - Carers Nest Pre-school - Potterne

18 Nov 2019

      Practitioner Carers Nest Pre-school in Potterne, near Devizes is an outstanding setting and is looking for a caring Practitioner to work 3 days a week 8.30am to 4pm, term-time only.  Mainly providing 1:1 support.Pay to be discussed.If you are interested in the position, then please email manager@carersnest.co.uk for more information and...

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St Francis School celebrates World Kindness Day

17 Nov 2019 Sue Round

Pupils at St Francis School, Pewsey celebrated World Kindness Day, November 13, with a morning of activities showing kindness to themselves, their school and the local community. 

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Teddy bears’ tea party raises funds for Children in Need at Kennet Valley School

17 Nov 2019 Sue Round

Pupils and staff at Kennet Valley School enjoyed a day of fundraising and fun on Friday November 15.  As a result, a total of £144 was raised for Children in Need.

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Kennet Valley School pupils learn important life-saving skills

17 Nov 2019 Sue Round

Pupils at Kennet Valley School learned essential first aid skills this week, when they were visited by Georgie Morse RN from Little Soldiers First Aid.    

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Remembrance ceremony on pitch held as youth football returns to Great Bedwyn after a long 11-year gap

17 Nov 2019 Keith Marshall

The village of Great Bedwyn has recently seen a return of youth football, after an 11 year wait and last Sunday morning held a Remembrance ceremony on the memorial field dedicated to those in the Village that lost their lives in the 2nd World War.

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NEWBURY RACECOURSE: OUR LADBROKES TROPHY DAY COMPETITION - the five winners are...

16 Nov 2019

A larger than expected number people entered our marlborough.news and marlboroughequestrian.news competition for five FREE pairs of tickets for the Ladbrokes Trophy day of Newbury Racecourse's Ladbrokes Winter Carnival.  We now have five worthy winners drawn from a very large hat.

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Full list of General Election candidates announced

15 Nov 2019

There will be just four candidates on the ballot papers for the Devizes constituency in next month's General Election:

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20mph limit now in force across the central area of Marlborough

15 Nov 2019

Marlborough's long-awaited and discussed 20mph speed limit is now operational across specific areas of the town.  Signs are now in place and large white painted '20' or '30' symbols have appeared on roads affected.

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Charity Carol Service for Hope and Homes - tickets selling fast

14 Nov 2019 Sue Round

The annual candlelit carol concert, in Marlborough College Chapel in aid of Hope and Homes for Children will take place on Saturday December 14 at 4pm.  Tickets are £10, under twelve years are free and are available from Kim Vine, The White Horse Bookshop or by telephoning 01672 562777.

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WANTED! - a new Town Councillor

Yes........  YOU!Yes........ YOU!Interested?  Maybe one day you could even become Mayor...?  But that would be a long way ahead with many hours and days committed to Council business - meetings, ceremonial functions et al needing to be undertaken before that ever became a possibility.

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Remembrance Sunday Parade - 10 November

Wreaths laid out in front of the Barn Street War Memorial after this morning's wreath-laying ceremony Wreaths laid out in front of the Barn Street War Memorial after this morning's wreath-laying ceremony Below are a selction of pics from this morning's Remembrance Day Parade, staring in the High Street outside Lloyds Bank, before marching to the Barn Street War Memorial for the ceremony.

 

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Charity Carol Service for Hope and Homes - tickets selling fast

Carols by candlelight in Marlborough College ChapelCarols by candlelight in Marlborough College ChapelThe annual candlelit carol concert, in Marlborough College Chapel in aid of Hope and Homes for Children will take place on Saturday December 14 at 4pm.  Tickets are £10, under twelve years are free and are available from Kim Vine, The White Horse Bookshop or by telephoning 01672 562777.

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Marlborough Rugby: Victory over both Windsor and the elements on a rough Saturday afternoon

Marlborough pay respect with a two minute silenceMarlborough pay respect with a two minute silence

 Marlborough 22  -  13 Windsor

 

Last Saturday, Marlborough firsts were home to Windsor RFC who they had beaten two seasons ago in the playoffs where Marlborough gained promotion to Southwest 1 East league, where they have remained. This was always going to be a tough game as Windsor had a score to settle, it took them another season to achieve promotion.

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'Fine Lines' opens in Hughenden Yard to put new life into old furniture

Amanda Bauch outside the new 'Fine Lines' in Hughenden Yard Amanda Bauch outside the new 'Fine Lines' in Hughenden Yard Fine Lines is the latest shop to open in Marlborough’s rejuvenated Hughenden Yard.  A family business, the shop specialises in upcycled furniture, Wiltshire crafts, homeware and gifts.  The shop is the official stockist of Frenchic Paint for the Marlborough area and has a full range of colours and varieties.

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NEWBURY RACECOURSE: OUR LADBROKES TROPHY DAY COMPETITION - the five winners are...

Sizing Tennessee - with Tom Scudamore - winning the 2018 Ladbrokes TrophySizing Tennessee - with Tom Scudamore - winning the 2018 Ladbrokes TrophyA larger than expected number people entered our marlborough.news and marlboroughequestrian.news competition for five FREE pairs of tickets for the Ladbrokes Trophy day of Newbury Racecourse's Ladbrokes Winter Carnival.  We now have five worthy winners drawn from a very large hat.

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