News from Marlborough Town Council
Thank you 4MI
A big thank you to the soldiers of 4th Military Intelligence Battalion (4MI) who came to Marlborough’s Town Hall on Wednesday 18th April. On a hot day they completed 12 High Intensity Fitness Circuits over the course of just 6 hours and raised over £1,000 to support our Town Mayor’s chosen charities, Julia’s House and Home Start Kennet and for their ABF - The Soldiers' Charity. Read more...
On Wednesday, 18th April the Peppercorn Rent ceremony took place in the Town Hall. By tradition this annual tithe is paid by the Merchants House Trust to the Town Council for the rent of the building. And this is a very special year as a long-held ambition to create a town museum has finally come to fruition thanks to some very generous donations and support and a lot of hard work. Those attending had a chance to look round the museum ahead of its opening later this month.
20mph Restrictions - Have Your Say
Data from Metrocounts on a number of our roads has been collected and put into a report from Wiltshire Council which shows the results and some options for areas of the town that could be restricted to 20mph. If you would like to read the report and/or have a view on whether 20mph zones are a good idea please take a short survey (only 4 questions!) or pop into the office or the Library to collect a paper copy. Read more...
The latest news from your East Community Policing Team
Temporary Road Closures/Roadworks
London Road (A4) (part) from 9th to 20th April between 7pm and midnight
Cross Lane (part) from 30th April to 1st May
B4005 Hay Lane, Wroughton from 25th July 2017 for 12 months or until completion of works
See http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/highways-road-closures for county-wide map of current and planned roadworks
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