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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.

Town Council takes over Cooper's MeadowCoopers-meadow-land

At the Area Board meeting on Tuesday, 27th January, Unitary Councillors voted through their agreement that Marlborough Town Council takes over the freehold of Cooper's Meadow close to the centre of town. This has been possible because of the Community Asset Transfer scheme run by Wiltshire Council. This will enable the Town Council to work more closely with local community groups free from restrictions set out under its previous lease. It has already been agreed that grazing, clearly popular with many local people, can go ahead in the spring.


Our Town Mayor, Cllr Marian Hannaford said: "I am delighted that Wiltshire Council has agreed that the Town Council can take on this land for the town and we are looking forward to working alongside our community groups to make sure that Cooper's Meadow remains a fabulous asset and amenity for Marlborough. We have a draft Management Plan drawn together by our Grounds and Estates Manager and will soon be setting up meetings to learn about how our residents would like to see this land used."

 

gwf-15-graphicGet Waterfit for 2015

About a quarter of homes in Marlborough have had FREE water-saving devices fitted.  To join them in using less water every day and saving money on your energy bills, request your free Get Waterfit for 2015 visit now from ARK in partnership with Climate Energy and Thames Water.  Read more

 

Changes to bus services between Marlborough and Calne 

Wiltshire Council have made changes to the Connect2 Wiltshire bus service that travels between Marlborough, Avebury and Calne with pick-ups at nearby villages.  

What was Connect2 Wiltshire Line 4 between Marlborough and the Kennet Valley Villages, Avebury and Calne has been renamed to Bus Service 42 operating a fixed timetable with no requirement to book in advance.  At the same time the 33 and X33 services have been changed to improve reliability.  You can pick up a paper copy of the timetable from our office in the High Street or download the latest version here.

 

 

Report It

It is easier than ever to report things like potholes, dog mess, graffiti, litter and street lighting using Wiltshire Council's My Wiltshire online form. Reports can be made anonymously, but it only takes a few minutes to register. Registration is free and once you have joined you can track the reports you have made, even receiving a notification once the work has been completed.

Register and report online - create an account and track all your reports using the My Wiltshire online form.

Report an issue anonymously - submit without logging in or registering (no tracking of your report will be available)

What can I report using My Wiltshire?

To make life even easier, there is an app so you can report on the go using your smartphone. The MyWiltshire app is available to download at both the App Store (for iPhones and iPads) and from Google Play™ (for Android phones). You can attach information such as photos or videos and pinpoint the location of your report using the mapping software on your phone.

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Town Council Grants

Every year a number of local community groups and organisations benefitting Marlborough are awarded funding for their work and projects.  In recent months The Jubilee Centre, Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust, B J Richards Trust, The Bruce Trust, the Inside Out Club, Greatwood Charity and more have all received grants.  If your local group would like to apply for one, do contact the Town Council Offices.  Read more and download application form

 

 

Marlborough - Benchmarking Report

1-012 Marlborough. Market. ChrisLockphoto Chris Lock, Visit Wiltshire

The Town Council recently commissioned a benchmarking exercise for Marlborough with People & Places.  This positive report highlights low vacancy rates of retail outlets, high footfall and high customer spend.  There’s room for improvement on car parking, a lack of affordable shops and high business rates and property rental values. pdf Read more 1.04 MB