Town CrestMarlborough Town Council
Tel:  01672 512487          E-mail us
Council Offices, 5 High Street, Marlborough, SN8 1AA   Weekdays 10am-4pm

social facebook box blue 64social twitter box blue 64info

We aim to keep residents up to date on what is happening with the Town Council and news about local community groups and volunteers.
Latest feeds will be available on our Facebook page.


Christmas and New Year Hours

Our offices will be closed from 4pm on Friday, 21 December until 10am on Wednesday, 2 January.

For non-emergency enquiries please leave us a message on 01672 512487 or email us at and we’ll respond after the break.

In an emergency, matters relating to Wiltshire Council services can be reported on 0300 456 0100 for adult and child social care, housing, highway faults, environmental health or building control (dangerous structures).For flooding, the emergency hotline is 0800 80 70 60. Click here to access MyWiltshire: an online reporting tool that can be used at any time to report non-urgent to issues Wiltshire Council, which includes an app that can be downloaded to your mobile phone.

For urgent matters relating to Marlborough Town Council services, our emergency line is 07395 793 019

On behalf of Councillors and staff at Marlborough Town Council, we’d all like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Print Email

Call for Sites

MANP-landscape-highRes-12cmDo you know of land which is potentially suitable for affordable housing, additional car parking, formal sports and recreational facilities, a new medical centre or a new cemetery?

Continue Reading

Print Email

Christmas Lights 2018

Christmas Lights 2018


Our Christmas Lights event was as popular as ever with a busy market and children's funfair in the High Street.  MCs Mark Jones and Nigel Kerton introduced the fabulous entertainment, and after the Mayor announced Andrew Barnett as Citizen of the Year, he and TV's Paul Martin helped her lead the countdown to the big switch-on. See our gallery for more information and photos of the event.

Print Email

Andrew Barnett is our 2018 Citizen of the Year


Marlborough’s Citizen of the Year is Andrew Barnett who was born in Mildenhall and moved to Marlborough almost 30 years ago where he has been a volunteer for the 2nd Marlborough Scouts ever since taking on various roles from Assistant Cub Leader to Group Scout Leader.  Andrew volunteers because he really enjoys working with young people and seeing them grow in confidence, achieving things they believed were beyond their reach.  He has arranged overnight camps and lots of outside activities as well as giving children the chance to learn new skills from archery, climbing and abseiling to axe-throwing (Andrew is actually a qualified axe-thrower!)  Sometimes his work has included involving young people with special educational needs and Andrew has been pivotal in helping to make sure they are seamlessly integrated into the scouts. 

Continue Reading

Print Email

Some good news from Wiltshire Council

Wiltshire Council commits £8 million to support local towns and communities - and suspends Sunday parking charges

Wiltshire Council has committed £8 million to support towns and communities across the county.

A 12-month programme to deliver improvements to local highway maintenance including repair of potholes, improve white lining, weed removal, kerb and pavement improvements, verges and improved road signage will be implemented.  Read more...

Print Email

Rabley Wood View


Wiltshire Council has informed us that there will be some investigatory works at Rabley Wood View over the course of the next few days (starting 22 November).  This geotechnical survey work will involve digging of trial pits and boreholes and those areas will be protected by fencing for health and safety purposes. 

Print Email

The Rickshaw Challenge



 On Monday 12 November the BBC Rickshaw Challenge came to town and hundreds turned out to give it a warm Marlborough welcome. Matt Baker, Harry and Team Rickshaw rode up one side of the High Street and down the other then up into Kingsbury Street and on to Royal Wootton Bassett. Even our Mayor and Town Crier were there to wave it on its way. If you couldn’t make it, you can still contribute to Children in Need at


Print Email

Older person’s standard Wiltshire concessionary bus pass

Information about the renewal of bus passes

From 01 January 2019, not all bus passes will be renewed automatically. This is because there are approximately 20,000 passes in circulation that have not been scanned on a bus prior to renewal, indicating that the pass has not been used. In these cases, the passes will not be automatically renewed.

If your pass is not automatically renewed but you would still like to receive one to use in the future, please contact Wiltshire Council on 0300 456 0100 to arrange for your new pass to be issued.

Wiltshire Council regrets that any charges which may occur on bus journeys are non-refundable.

Read more at 


Print Email