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Council Offices, 5 High Street, Marlborough, SN8 1AA   Weekdays 10am-4pm

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Governance & Policies

Standing Orders

Standing OrdersStanding Orders
Standing Orders govern how the Council operates

Financial Regulations

Financial Regulations
Financial Regulations govern the Council's finance, and how we spend money

Scheme of Delegation

Scheme of DelegationScheme of Delegation
This sets out how the Committee Structure works, the Committees' delegated powers as well as the delegated authority of the Town Clerk

Code of Conduct

Code of ConductCode of Conduct
The Localism Act 2011 requires all Local Authorities to adopt a Code of Conduct setting out the standards of behaviour expected from local Councillors

Action Plan

Action Plan
This Action Plan summarises the projects and proposals that Marlborough Town Council, sometimes in partnership with others, will develop and/or deliver during its 4 year term. The document will be subject to alteration and amendment and will inform the budget setting process

Community Awards

Community AwardsCommunity Awards
The Mayor's Community Awards are given annually to recognise the outstanding voluntary work, achievements, bravery or courage of individuals and groups in Marlborough

Grants Policy

Grants PolicyGrants Policy
Marlborough Town Council has the power to provide grants under its General Power of Competence (Localism Act 2011)

Complaints Procedure

Complaints ProcedureComplaints Procedure
If you are dissatisfied with the standard of service you have received from this council, or are unhappy about an action or lack of action, this sets out how you may complain and how we will try to resolve your complaint


We welcome feedback from residents and recognise that petitions are one way in which people can share concerns on a particular subject

Public Question Time

Public Question TimePublic Question Time
Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to come along to Council meetings. There is a period of 10 minutes set aside for Public Question Time just before the formal agenda starts when questions can be asked on any issue affecting the community

Calendar of Meetings

Calendar of Meetings
All our meetings are open to members of the public and the press

Recording of Meetings

Recording of MeetingsRecording of Meetings
Policy and protocol on recording, photography and use of social media at meetings

Freedom of Information

Freedom of InformationFreedom of Information
As a local authority, Councils are subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 which gives people the right to access information held by or on behalf of public authorities

Scheme of Publication

Scheme of PublicationScheme of Publication
Our Model Publication Scheme sets out the information to be published and how to obtain the information

Health & Safety

Health & SafetyHealth & Safety
The Town Council has a legal duty of care towards protecting the health and safety of our employees and others who may be affected by its activities

Lone Working

Lone WorkingLone Working
This policy is intended to help the Council and its employees understand their obligations and provide advice in relation to lone working

Data Protection

Data ProtectionData Protection
The Data Protection Act 1998 aims to ensure that people know where their data is held, what it is used for and who it is shared with. It also ensures that an organisation treats people’s data correctly and has systems and controls in place for effective management of that data

Privacy Notice

Privacy NoticePrivacy Notice
Marlborough Town Council has a duty to ensure the security of personal data. We make sure that your information is protected from unauthorised access, loss, manipulation, falsification, destruction or unauthorised disclosure

Press & Media

Press & MediaPress & Media
Marlborough Town Council welcomes enquiries from the press and media and recognises that this relationship helps the Council to communicate with residents and community

Social Media

Social MediaSocial Media
The widespread availability and use of social networking applications brings opportunities to understand engage and communicate with our communities in new ways

Register of Interests

Register of InterestsRegister of Interests
Under the Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012 all members of relevant authorities, including town and parish councils, are required to register their "disclosable pecuniary interests". The full Register of Interests is available on Wiltshire Council's website

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