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  • Historical Sites

  • The Ridgeway

    Thursday, 16 May 2019.

    Originally part of the Icknield Way which ran from Norfolk to Wiltshire, the Ridgeway is Britain’s oldest road and was extended in 1972 and designated as a National Trail. The ancient track w...

    Marlborough College

    Thursday, 16 May 2019.

    Alma Mater to an illustrious roll call which includes William Morris, poets Siegfried Sassoon, Louis MacNeice and John Betjeman, Bruce Chatwin, bankrupts Ian and Kevin Maxwell and the sublimely tale...

    Avebury

    Wednesday, 01 May 2019.

    Avebury is a henge monument (which is an ancient place surrounded by a bank and ditch) and is the world’s largest prehistoric stone circle, originally comprising of some 100 standing stones, w...

    The Mounds of Wiltshire

    Friday, 05 August 2016.

    Within five miles of each other, west of Marlborough and close to the Bath Road (A4) exist two spectacular Mounds whose origins have spun mystery and conjecture for centuries....

    Laycock Abbey & Village

    Thursday, 16 May 2019.

    Less than an hour’s drive west from Marlborough though the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, is the historic village of Lacock and at its heart, the quirky Lacock Abbey set in its own woodland ...

    The Sanctuary, Avebury

    Sunday, 05 May 2019.

    In the guardianship of English Heritage, The Sanctuary forms part of the huge Avebury Neolithic Complex of standing stones and ritual sites. It once consisted of a stone circle large enough to conta...

    West Kennet Long Barrow

    Wednesday, 24 April 2019.

    Dating from around 3,650 years BC West Kennet Long Barrow is one of the largest and most accessible Neolithic Tombs in Britain Despite its longevity into the modern day it is thought that the tomb ...

    Crop cirlces in the Marlborough countryside

    Friday, 05 August 2016.

    The phenomenon of crop circles, a phrase first coined about thirty years ago, relates to flattened areas of cereal crops which appear in fields prior to the harvest in circles or much more complicated patterns....
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    Originally part of the Icknield Way which ran from Norfolk to Wiltshire, the Ridgeway is Britain’s oldest road and was extended in 1972 and designated as a National Trail.

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    Alma Mater to an illustrious roll call which includes William Morris, poets Siegfried Sassoon, Louis MacNeice and John Betjeman, Bruce Chatwin, bankrupts Ian and Kevin Maxwell and the sublimely talented Nick Drake, ...

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    Avebury is a henge monument (which is an ancient place surrounded by a bank and ditch) and is the world’s largest prehistoric stone circle, originally comprising of some 100 standing stones, with two inner stone circles.

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    Dating from around 3,650 years BC West Kennet Long Barrow is one of the largest and most accessible Neolithic Tombs in Britain

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    World famous from its starring role in the smash hit drama series Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle’s future is secure thanks to the scores of visitors who have flocked to witness its imposing façade first hand.

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    This half term Cobbs Farm Shop and Play Barn are offering a little bit extra with non-stop entertainment for all the family.

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    Marlborough TOWNSITE™ is well established as a conduit for local people featuring news, events, attractions and special offers and NOW we've added a LOCAL JOBS BOARD to our already successful mix. This comprehensive section aims to connect with local job hunters in a friendly and more engaging way

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    Top of any day tripper's list when they visit Marlborough is the Merchant's House. This magnificent timber and brick building is a Marlborough landmark, constructed by prosperous silk merchant, Thomas Bayly

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    There are no shortage of great places to eat and stay, rest your weary bones and fill your boots in the loveliest town in Wiltshire,

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