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.
Our Grounds Team is working hard to tackle the overgrown area in the Old Cemetery at The Common and needs some help returning it to the dignified and respectful place it was always meant to be. Our last Community Clear-up there had to be cancelled due to very wet and windy weather. It will now take place on Sunday, 13th April at 10am. Depending on the weather, volunteers might need warm clothing but, certainly gloves and stout shoes or boots. Some tools will be provided but extra rakes, shears, loppers or secateurs will be welcome. Most importantly, sunshine or showers, a flask of something hot (or cold) to drink! Read more370.3 KB
Action for the River Kennet is arranging a night time Moth Meet at Stonebridge Meadow on Tuesday, 15th April. It's a chance to learn more about these fascinating nocturnal insects. Everyone to gather at the Elcot Lane Football Club entrance. Dress in warm clothing and bring a torch. For more information, call 01672 511028 or e-mail email@example.com Read more340.15 KB
The Town Council has formally entered the regional competition - South West in Bloom. Success in this will involve lots of community effort. Beautiful floral displays from businesses in the High Street, our wonderful public gardens and meadows and many special pockets of open space - there's so much to show off. If you would like to be involved, please contact the Town Council soon.
A Big Brownie Birthday
This year Brownies are 100 years old! Girls from the 1st Marlborough Brownie Pack have been enrolled at an unusual venue – the Town Hall Cells! On Tuesday, 1st April they left their usual meeting at St Mary’s Church Hall to walk to the cells for a tour and watch a Promise Ceremony where new Brownies made their promises for the first time. This is all part of a special Big Brownie Birthday Challenge to mark the centenary where new recruits are making their promises in more unusual places. Well done to Brown Owl, Karen Dobie, her small team of helpers and Marlborough’s latest fully-fledged Brownies.
Youth Activities Review
The shape of Wiltshire Council’s youth services is changing and it’s important that Marlborough’s young people have their say. Find out more on this and how to share your views by following this link.
Read more about your contribution towards the running of the Town Council and the services it provides. Read more.121.87 KB