Travel and Mobility
Travel by bus: bus services are available to and from a number of surrounding towns and villages, and timetables are available from our offices. http://www.connectingwiltshire.co.uk/ is great for planning routes from A-B including the number of buses, distances between bus stops, waiting times etc. Please use a travel plan website to find the most up-to-date information as services and times may be subject to change. See UK-wide travel search, Traveline or specific operators : Wiltshire Council - Swindon Borough Council - Salisbury Reds or Wiltshire Council's website for more details, including community transport options.
Travel by rail: there is no railway station in Marlborough. Nearby railway links include Great Bedwyn, Pewsey, Hungerford and Swindon. To plan your rail journey please see the National Rail Website.
Travel by coach: there is long stay parking and provision for extra-large vehicles in George Lane car park. Maximum stay for coaches: 10 hours, Pay & Display, Disabled Spaces, Toilets, Extra Large Spaces. Payments accepted: coins and pay-by-mobile. No height restrictions. 163 spaces (2 disabled). Full details, location map and latest prices at Parkopedia. Coach drivers can find us at http://www.coachbuddy.org.uk/destinations.html
Mobility: Marlborough is in a valley so some of the streets can be steep, although the High Street is level. Due to the age and listed status of the buildings some shops and restaurants are accessed via steps. The Marlborough Mobility Store at 55 George Lane (next to the long stay/coach park) hires mobility aids. Contact them for options and opening hours. Tel: 01672 511550. Hiring details for scooters and more at http://www.wiltshirecommunitytransport.org.uk/passengers/local-community-transport-schemes/marlborough/shopmobility-schemes-wheelchair-hire. Community minibus, link and social car schemes:http://www.wiltshirecommunitytransport.org.uk/passengers/local-community-transport-schemes/marlborough.
Shopmobility Marlborough is available Monday to Saturday, based at the Mobility Store in George Lane
Car parks: free on-street car parking is available for up to 30 minutes at the side of the High Street, and for up to 2 hours in The Parade and Silverless Street. There are a number of Pay & Display car parks, including in the centre of the High Street. See Parkopedia and click on the map for specific car parks.
Fuel: you can charge your electric vehicle in George Lane car park - the points are in front of the building housing the WCs. There are two filling stations - in town at 109 London Road, and on the Business Park, just off the A346 at the top of the hill on the Salisbury Road.
Bicycles: there are cycle racks dotted around town, and the Old Railway Path is a good way to approach the town from the north avoiding busy roads.
Taxis: there is a taxi rank in the High Street next to the Castle & Ball hotel, and a number of private hire taxi firms are based in the town.