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.

First World War Commemorations

Visit of HRH The Duke of Kent - Monday, 27th October 2014

Duke of KentThe Duke of Kent. The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIHis Royal Highness The Duke of Kent will be visiting Marlborough to unveil a plaque at the New Road War Memorial to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. We are hoping that lots of local residents will come along to welcome the Duke to Marlborough. pdfRead more about the visit330.73 KB and the pdfNew Road War Memorial438.22 KB

Royal visit Road Closure- To ensure the safety of the public, parts of Barn Street, New Road and The Parade will be closed from approx. 11.am on Monday, 27th October for the short ceremony. Restrictions will be lifted immediately afterwards.

We hope that this will involve only minimum disruption for High Street businesses and local residents

New Road War Memorial – Then and Now….

M34032 low resWar Memorial 2013

townsalivelogomarweb01Town Centre Survey

The Town Council, working with the Chamber of Commerce and newly formed Town Team, has commissioned a benchmarking exercise with Towns Alive to find out more about our Town Centre.  Part of this is to learn about the shopping habits of those who visit it.  Could you help us?  Please take a few seconds to fill in the short survey.
Read more about how Towns Alive is working with us.

Nominate heroCitizen of the Year 2014

Who do you feel deserves recognition for all the work they do for their community?  Who should be Marlborough’s Citizen of the Year?  Please let us have your nominations for this award which will be presented during the Christmas Lights Switch-on  on Friday, 21st November.    docNomination forms and more information here. 25.5 KB