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Minute's Silence for London Terror Victims


At 11am on Tuesday, 6th June, Town Councillors and their staff stood on the steps of the Town Hall to observe a minute's silence in remembrance of those who lost their lives, were injured or affected by the attack in London on Saturday, 3rd June. 

Minutes Silence for LondonHalf Mast for London

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They're baaaaack!


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We're delighted to see the sheep have returned for their summer grazing in Cooper's Meadow. 
As you can see it didn't take them long to make themselves at home.

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Road Works on Sunday 4th June in London Road


Local residents have received letters advising that there will be traffic lights in London Road on Sunday, 4th June in order for Southern Gas Networks (SGN) to carry out gas works. It is anticipated that the works will be completed within a day.
Any questions should be directed to SGN on 0800 9121 1700.

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Mayor Making


Mayor Making

Mayor and Deputy

At the Annual Meeting of the Town Council on 15th May 2017 and watched by the Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Troughton and Lady Marland, the High Sherriff, Councillors took up their seats at the new Town Council to serve a fresh four year term of office. Our new Mayor, Cllr. Mervyn Hall and his Deputy Mayor, Cllr. Lisa Farrell were also elected for 2017/18. We welcome them and wish them the very best of success in representing and working for their local communities.

Contact details for your Town Councillors are at http://www.marlborough-tc.gov.uk/contact/councillors 

A gallery of the Mayor Making event is at http://www.marlborough-tc.gov.uk/consultation-community/mayor-making-2017 

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Mark of Respect for Manchester


The flag was at half-mast today (Thursday, 25th May) as a mark of respect for the victims of Monday's terror attack in Manchester.  This morning, Town Councillors and their staff stood on the steps of the Town Hall for a minute's silence in recognition of those who had lost their lives and our Mayor, Councillor Mervyn Hall will be writing to the Mayor of Manchester passing on condolences from Marlborough.

Letter of condolence to the Mayor of Manchester read here

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Lifetime Achievement Award


During the Mayor Making ceremony on 15th May 2017, outgoing Mayor, Cllr. Noel Barrett-Morton, presented Mr Tony Gray, who had served as both a Marlborough Town and a Borough Council Mayor, with a Lifetime's Achievement Award for his outstanding service to the town. Brought up and educated in Marlborough, his various roles included being a school governor of both St Mary's and St Peter's schools and working on behalf of many charitable causes.  Read more...

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