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.
Only a few days left to submit an application for a small grant from the Town Council. This is a scheme open to all local community groups and voluntary organisations working for the benefit of Marlborough. An application form and more information here.
Help keep up wildlife conservation at Stonebridge Meadow. Volunteers needed to plant hedges at the meadow at 2pm on Wednesday, 12th March and Saturday, 22nd March. All welcome. Everyone will meet at the Football Club entrance to the meadow. Don't forget your spade! More infomation
Mayoral Chain in the Making
Our Town Mayor, Councillor Guy Loosmoore and Deputy Mayor, Councillor Hannaford–Dobson, have been to visit Royal Warrant holder, Thomas Fattorini Limited, in Birmingham to learn how the historic Mayor’s Chain, stolen in October 2013, will be replicated over the coming months. They spent some time touring the workshops looking at how the design was drawn together by graphic designers using the latest IT technology, how machinery will be used to form some of the links and even met the goldsmith who will craft the 18 carat gold pendant and chain. Read more
Community Speed Watch.
Community Speed Watch (CSW) gives local people the chance to be actively involved in making Wiltshire’s roads safer. Local residents who are willing to volunteer a small amount of time each week are offered the chance to be trained and then help monitor speeds with speed detection equipment. It’s not speed enforcement but it is a very useful tool to help monitor and reduce speeding traffic. Information is recorded and passed to the police, which results in a warning letter being sent to the registered keeper of the speeding vehicle. Please let us know if you are interested in stepping forward for this. Read more179.37 KB