News from Marlborough Town Council
Early May Bank Holiday
Please note our offices will be closed from 4 pm on Friday, 28th April until 10 am on Tuesday, 2nd May.
For emergency matters relating to Wiltshire Council services, call 0300 456 0100 - this covers adult and child social care, housing, highway faults, environmental health or building control (dangerous structures). In the case of flooding, the Environment Agency hotline is 0800 807060.
For urgent matters relating to Marlborough Town Council services, our emergency line is 07931 996632.
Residents and visitors alike will be relieved to know that the newly refurbished public conveniences in the George Lane car park are now open.
The Town Council took on the refurbishment and running of these facilities following Wiltshire Council's decision to close public toilets across the county in April 2016. This means that the public toilets in Chantry Lane will be permanently closed with effect from Saturday, 29th April.
The Annual Report for 2016-17 is now available, containing the Town Mayor's report, updates from Committees and financial information.
Marlborough Town Council - Uncontested Election
The Statement of Persons Nominated for election for the East and West Wards at Marlborough Town Council has been announced - Click here
An uncontested election means that no election will take place for the Town Council on Thursday, 4th May 2017 and all those nominees listed will take their seats as Town Councillors in the next Council.
However there will be an election for the unitary authority - Wiltshire Council.
The Statement of Persons Nominated for election for the 98 Unitary Council divisions has been announced - click here.
To see the Statements for Marlborough East and West, click here.
Do Something Amazing - Give Blood
Make your blood donor appointment for the next Marlborough clinic on 11th May at the Leisure Centre. Call 0300 123 23 23 or go to www.blood.co.uk
Social Housing Allocations Consultation
Wiltshire Council has reviewed its housing allocations policy with the aim of ensuring that practices truly reflect the housing needs of local communities.
You can read more and download the draft allocations policy on the Consultations page of Wiltshire Council's website, and provide your feedback by taking the survey. The consultation is open until 30th April.
Temporary Road Closure
You can check the latest status of roadworks or disruption throughout the county using Wiltshire Council's interactive map
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