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  • Putt away the pounds for Swift Medics

    How much would you like to spend a luxury day of golf, whilst raising funds for an important local cause? The Swift Medics Golf day is back on Tuesday 5th of June with a fantastic agenda for a crackin...

    Lucy Rose live in Marlborough

    Monday, 10th July at Marlborough’s Café Thirty8 It is hard enough to find a record shop in this day and age and when you stumble across one staffed by knowledgeable individuals it can feel as...

    Eric Gill at the White Horse Gallery

    Sculptor, typographic designer, engraver and printmaker, Eric Gill (1882-1940) is among the most revered artists of the Arts and Craft movement. A controversial figure, Gill was a passionate Catholic...

    Rocking at the standing stones

    Although less famous than its near neighbour, Stonehenge, the prehistoric site of Avebury in Wiltshire is arguably one of the most sacred spots in the United Kingdom, its standing stones straddling th...

    Half Term Fun at Avebury

    From Friday 9th February through to Sunday 18th, Avebury Manor are offering children the chance to really get to grips with history – literally. Children will be invited to touch the displays, ...

    Merchant’s House Museum opens

    The long-awaited museum at the Merchant’s House has thrown open its doors for the Pelham Genesis Exhibition from Monday 3rd-Sunday 9th July. Featuring the very earliest Pelham Puppets and puppe...

    Six Nations live from The Bear

    If you can’t be there in person, the next best thing must surely it to watch the Six Nations Rugby Tournament live from the comfort of a great pub. With quality beer and fellow rugby fans the ...

    Marlborough puppetry festival - 8-9th July

    This weekend, the Marlborough Puppetry Festival will celebrate 70 years of Pelham Puppets with a series of exhibitions, shows and workshops featuring professional performers.This non-profit community ...

    Marlborough Literature Festival

    A late-comer to the literary festival scene, Marlborough Literature Festival has nonetheless established itself firmly in top-tier since its inception in 2010. With a literary heritage which inclu...

    Ben Waters, Saturday 15 July HADCAF

    Saturday 15 July 8:00pm at John O’Gaunt School In a twenty five year career in which he has established himself as one of Europe’s supreme boogie piano players, Ben Waters creates a rollick...

    Raymond Blanc seeks the best of British

    British Food Fortnight Competition 2017 The search is on for the most imaginative and innovative celebration of British food during British Food Fortnight, which takes place from 23rd September to 8t...

    Wessex Male Choir, Saturday July 1st HADCAF

    Saturday July 1st, 7pm at John O’ Gaunt School There are few things more stirring than a choir going at full pelt and Hungerford gets the chance to listen to one of the finest when the Wessex M...

    Final Wicket – Blowers comes to Marlborough

    Cricket broadcasting legend Henry Blofeld, the voice of Test Match Special, has finally retired after a career spanning decades. On Monday November 6th Blowers will be making a personal appearance at...

    HADCAF 2017

    The reliably wonderful Hungerford and District Arts Festival has now published its 2017 programme which runs from Friday 30th June to Sunday 16th July, and what a line-up. Hungerford’s Festi...

    River walk along the Kennet at Ramsbury 23rd September

    ARK (Action on the River Kennett), that wonderful charity run almost entirely by volunteers who work so hard to keep our waterways in rude health, are holding one of their lovely River Walks this Satu...

    Marlborough Music Festival

    A great chorus of disappointment sounded over Marlborough when the town learned that there would be no Jazz Festival in 2017. Not content to sit around moaning, the town's more enterprising pubs and...

    Burbank at Marlborough Music Festival

    Described as Wiltshire’s answer to Lennon and McCartney, Burbank have made a massive splash since forming in the spring of 2016 and in their first year alone have performed at over 100 gigs across t...

    Marlborough in Bloom Garden Competition

    Spades at the ready! Estate Agents Henry George are considering applications for the Marlborough in Bloom Garden Competition which they sponsor. Entries must be received by 12th May, 2017 and catego...

    Kova me Badd

    This Saturday The Lamb Inn plays host to artists Kova Me Bad. With several bands appearing over the weekend as part of the Marlborough music festival, Kova Me Bad are something a little different....
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    We’ve fallen in love with the funky new design launched by Scion for 2018.

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    Spring is bursting through the thaw and with it comes the delicious prospect of embellishing our homes with vibrant, fresh colours to encapsulate the season.

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    The biggest threat to any business is inertia, if you’re not moving forward then you’re at risk of slipping back and in today’s competitive markets that just isn’t an option.

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    Sculptor, typographic designer, engraver and printmaker, Eric Gill (1882-1940) is among the most revered artists of the Arts and Craft movement.

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    In an era of more choice than ever before, few of us are content with the plain gold band as a symbol of our commitment.Increasingly, modern couples are seeking bespoke designs which have unique significance for their union.

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    SWIFT Medics are trained volunteer pre-hospital emergency care doctors who attend road traffic accidents and medical emergencies in Wiltshire when an incident is so serious that the NHS ambulance team needs the help of an appropriately qualified Doctor at the scene

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    Recently voted Wiltshire Café of the Year 2017, the Food Gallery is famed for its eagle-eyed sourcing of high-quality food products, this time a range of premium chutneys, jellies, jams and marmalade.

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    My first car was a clapped-out Morris Marina that my Dad bought from a man in a pub for £50...

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    Nordic noir, Medieval towns, architecture, serene rail travel, beaches and superb innovative food.

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