Marlborough Town Council

Welcome to Marlborough Town Council's website.  It’s designed to provide easy to access information about how the Town Council works, our services, projects and activities, local events and links to other websites. There are pages where you can find contact details for your Town Councillors, agendas and minutes for Council and Committee Meetings, details about how to book the Town Hall as well as a little about Marlborough’s history. Take a look around. We are continually looking at making improvements so, please let us have your suggestions for other information you would like to see here.

Marlborough’s Christmas Lights Switch On – Friday, 21st November 2014.

Great Lights Switch-On. Great turnout. Great night. Thank you to everyone who made it work so well - Rotary, Lions, our Neighbourhood Policing Team, Marlborough Communities Market, the Town Council, St John’s Ambulance, Marlborough Academy of Music and Dance, local schools, Wiltshire Council and more. The man of the moment – Citizen of the Year 2014, Alfie Johnson, our long serving and popular Town Crier who has volunteered tirelessly for our community for many, many years.


1-SleighSchools Christmas Carols Event

St Mary's was full of children from local schools singing at the long running event organised by Nigel Kerton.  St Peter’s pupil, Ella Steele, was selected to accompany the Town Mayor and Father Christmas in his sleigh and helped to switch on the Christmas lights.

More about the Lights Switch-On event and pictures at Marlborough News Online

Fritillaries 3Fritillary Friday

Come along to Stonebridge Meadow on Friday, 10am to plant Fritillary bulbs.  Spades provided.  Appropriate clothes essential. pdf Poster244.06 KB



1-general view st marys sectionOld Victorian Cemetery

A chance to learn more about Marlborough’s beautiful, historic Old Cemetery in Frees Avenue with archaeologist, Kim Wakeham, on Sunday, 30th November at 10am.  Then stay on to help with the restoration work.pdf Read more718.12 KB

ParkingCar Parking Consultation

Wiltshire Council is reviewing its Car Parking Service. The review focuses on car parking charges and management with the potential use of new technologies and the future role of local communities. It also covers other aspects such as parking standards, first hour free parking and other charging options.  The consultation runs to 16 January 2015.  Have your say.