News from Marlborough Town Council

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A Christmas Present for Prospect!

On Friday, 9th December there was an early Christmas present for Prospect Hospice when our Mayor, Councillor Noel Barrett-Morton, presented a new lifting cushion to the Outreach Centre at Savernake Hospital. He watched a demonstration of how it is used and even tested out the equipment himself. Outreach Centre Co-ordinator, Zoe O'Reilly, thanked the Mayor saying "This new equipment will be a valuable resource and help our patients in a dignified manner". Read more

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Give Blood

There are two opportunities this December to make a real difference to someone's life. You can give blood at Marlborough Leisure Centre on 15th and 29th December. Click www.blood.co.uk to make an appointment or call 0300 123 23 23

 

Christmas Carols and Concerts

There are some fabulous events coming up to help you get into the Christmas spirit - click the pictures to enlarge them and see our events calendar for more

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Christmas Day Lunch in the Town Hall

celebration-315079 1280Over 30 people have already signed up for the Christmas Day lunch in the Town Hall, a firm favourite on the Marlborough calendar each year for the town's older residents. The festivities start from 11 am with lunch served at 12.30 pm. Anyone wishing to attend can either pick up a form from the Jubilee Centre in the High Street or contact Cllr. Lisa Farrell by email at lfarrell@marlborough-tc.gov.uk

The Town Council is delighted to be supporting this event again and is donating free use of the Town Hall. Andrews Quality Meats and Marlborough College have generously offered to donate the food, and it all comes together thanks to a small army of volunteers who give their time before and on the day to make sure those present will have a wonderful Christmas Day. Thanks also go to Waitrose - and all of you who dropped your green tokens into the community box.

 

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