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Commonwealth Day

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On Monday, 13th March 2017 and in common with many towns, cities and organisations up and down the country and around the world, Marlborough took part in flying a flag to mark Commonwealth Day. Councillors gathered on the Town Hall steps in glorious early spring sunshine and the Town Mayor read the Commonwealth Affirmation. In the words of the Right Honourable Patricia Scotland QC., Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations, Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth is an occasion to acknowledge, publicly and collectively, the continuing aspiration of the Commonwealth to build on common traditions and uphold our shared values of democracy, inclusive development, rule of law, and human rights.

The Commonwealth FlagTown Mayor Cllr. Noel Barrett-Morton reads the affirmationFlying the flag for Commonwealth Day

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Public Meeting: Marlborough Puppetry Festival

A festival is being planned to mark the 70th anniversary of Pelham Puppets, which was one of the biggest employers in Marlborough for many years. The festival is scheduled for 8th-9th July 2017.

Do you have memories of Pelham Puppets? If you'd like to learn more and perhaps get involved, please come along to a public meeting taking place at 7 pm on Thursday, 16th March in the Town Hall. Read more...

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Residents Meeting

invitation leaflet sent to homes in & near to Kingsbury Street

There's a meeting in the Town Hall on Wednesday, 15th March at 7 pm to give residents of Kingsbury Street and immediately surrounding roads an opportunity to discuss local traffic and road safety concerns with Area Board Wiltshire Councillors.

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Winter Work

Wye House bench

Don't worry if your favourite bench seems to have disappeared. As part of our planned winter work the Grounds Team has been renovating benches from our public spaces. The one in the picture is ready to go back to Wye House garden very soon.

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Fallen Trees

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Storm Doris brought a few trees down in Marlborough - the one in the picture is on The Common. Our Grounds Team is on the case.

We've had a few calls about fallen trees on roads too. If you spot a fallen tree or other debris that will affect a public highway please report it direct to Wiltshire Council (phone 0300 456 0100).

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Cemetery - Temporary Closure

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There's no access for the public at the Cemetery between 8 am on Monday, 20th February and midday on Tuesday 21st February while a specialist contractor carries out works to control the mole population. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

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