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Marlborough

New street food tearoom 100 Chai Street opens in Marlborough. Owners Sudip and Aarti Roy celebrate their new venture. Pics by Diane Vose DV2432/01

Indian tearoom with a twist opens in Marlborough

Music fans watch the action at last year's Avebury Rocks

Avebury Rocks moves to Marlborough

Coombe End Court in Marlborough. By Diane Vose DV2431/05

Marlborough care home told it must improve

Local talent George Wilding, who performed at last year's Avebury Rocks, will take to the stage again

Avebury Rocks concert moving to Marlborough this year

Judith and John Woodget

Date set for funeral of popular Lockeridge couple

Participants taking part in the Horseless Steeplechase last year

Chance to tackle horseless gallop at Barbury for charity

Aldbourne Training Band with Junior band and managing director and conductor Janet Roe

Aldbourne's training and beginning bands hitting the right notes

James Maltin and his new fiance Anna-Louise Felstead

Aldbourne man ends 2,100 mile cycle challenge with a proposal

Devizes MP Claire Perry

You're hired! MP Claire Perry seeks apprentice for her constituency office

Artist’s impressions of the internal refurbishment scheme which Stepnell is carrying out at the North Block at Marlborough College. Pic: Gray Baynes + Shew.

Marlborough College getting £1.1m makeover

Police want to speak to these men after alcohol was stolen from the Budgens store in Hertford Road, Marlborough

Do you know men caught on CCTV after Marlborough booze thefts?

Swindon Magistrates' Court

Benefits cheat who fraudulently claimed £30k spared immediate jail

Alison Magill has won a tribunal case for unfair dismissal but will not receive compensation

Charity manager wins unfair dismissal tribunal despite 'gross misconduct' over £1.6k funds

Archaeologist Dr Nick Snashall holds a mace head which could have been part of a ceremonial event 5,000 years ago at Avebury. Picture by Diane Vose

Have archaeologists unearthed Neolithic home at Avebury?

Free books up for grabs as part of the Big Town Read. Marlborough librarian Wendy Beaver with LitFest's  Kay Newman and Genevieve Clarke from the Reading Agency at the launch of Big Town Read in Marlborough. Pics Trevor Porter 51662 2

Free books up for grabs as part of Marlborough's Big Town Read

Friends of Savernake Hospital present cheque for £10,000 to Brighter Futures Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's charity. L-R Friends of Savernake Hospital are Pat Harper, Janet Louth with Jennifer Green from Brighter Futures and Trudi Granger

£10k boost to charity thanks to Friends of Savernake Hospital

Prince: Eben Wheatley, Princess: Alishya Blake, Flower Girl: Ella-Marie Rudman-Bromley. Pic Sam Wheatley

Pewsey carnival royalty is crowned

Police warn of 'jockey scam'

Police warn of 'jockey scam'

South West in Bloom judges arrive for their tour of Marlborough. L-R councillor Marian Hannaford-Dobson, judge Jane Pagano, Mayor Margaret Rose, judge Kim Parish, Anne Crowley chair of Marlborough in Bloom and town crier Luke Callaghan. Diane Vose DV2394/

Marlborough pulls together to wow judges

Judith and John Woodget

Tributes to former charity chief and his wife after fatal accident

Members of the National Theatre performing in the High Street of the Marlborough Jazz International Festival on Saturday

Marlborough and jazz: A perfect combination

Marlborough Jazz Festival dazzles the crowds

Marlborough Jazz Festival dazzles the crowds

Alex Bone - BBC Young Jazz Musician plays to the crowd on the High Street together with members of the Marlborough Big Band. By Paul Stallard

Marlborough Jazz Festival gets off to a swinging start

Col Olivier Fort chats with Lt Col Ian Neilson after presenting him with the Legion d'Honneur

Marlborough war hero receives France's highest military honour at his bedside in Swindon hospital

Giles Platel and Michael Hinton are been busy selling tickets in the Jazz Festival booth on the High Street. By Diane Vose DV2396/02

Marlborough gears up to welcome thousands of jazz festival fans

The Earl of Cardigan arrives at North Wiltshire Magistrates Court today. By Diane Vose DV2398/09

Magistrates find Lord Cardigan not guilty of harassment in 'shower saga' case

Mischka takes the helm in the Round the Island Race with the Ellen MacArthur Trust

Former Marlborough student takes part in major yacht race with Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust

The Old Yard in London Road, Marlborough where Renaissance Retirement want to build a new retirement complex

Concerns raised over plans for more retirement homes in Marlborough

Fundraising lawyers give air ambulance £20k boost

Fundraising lawyers give air ambulance £20k boost

Resident Maxi Glas is fed up with people obstructing the entrance to her and her neighbour's home by parking their cars on the double yellow lines and ignoring keep clear signs outside their street. By Siobhan Boyle SMB610/5

Marlborough neighbours up in arms as drivers keep blocking entrance to their homes

The Earl of Cardigan

Lord Cardigan denies harassing trustee over broken shower

Jason Burns with his wife, Sarah Morwood who was the first woman to cross the finish line. Pic by Vicky Scipio (VS912)

New record set as runners race to Avebury

Woodborough Primary School's Woodborough's Got Talent cast and crew. Pic Siobhan Boyle (SMB613/1)

Woodborough pupils gearing up to showcase talents

Janet and Brian Rayment of Lockeridge who are opening their garden for Prospect Hospice

Lockeridge couple hosting open garden in aid of charity

PC Mark Randle, curator Monique Klinkenbergh, farmer Tim Carson and curator Andreas Müller at the unveiling of the exhibition

New exhibition lifts lid on mystery of crop circles

The Savernake Sizzler Cycling Challenge will take place on Sunday, July 26

Don't miss out on Savernake Sizzler Cycling Challenge

The George Lane toilets. Pic: Stewart Dobson

Mum warns parents after son's terrifying ordeal with stranger in public loos

PC Dave McCalmont and PC Rich Barratt are warning drivers not to leave belongings in their cars at beauty spots such as Avebury. Pic by Diane Vose DV2383/05

Police warning after crooks target visitors’ cars

Tom Jones headlines at The Larmer Tree festival

Best of the fests: Our guide to 11 top summer festivals

Author John Drews

Author unveils 'hidden story' behind Silbury Hill

Hilary Stock at work in Mousehole Harbour in Cornwall where she gets her inspiration from. Pic: Mike Newman

Artist opening up quirky 'bike shed' as part of Marlborough art trail

Gilly Roberts enjoying the picturesque countryside

Delights of Marlborough countryside enjoyed during river walk

The Avebury book sale in May. Pic:National Trust / Abby George

Book donations needed in Avebury

Marlborough International Jazz Festival in 2013

Roads WILL close for Marlborough Jazz Festival, says highways boss

The finish line at Avebury

Thousands of runners to descend on Avebury this weekend

Butcher Andy Ayris. Pics by Diane Vose DV2362/02

Marlborough butcher hoping to carve up competition

Author Andy Robb at the school. Submitted pic

Bookworms from Woodborough Primary School come up trumps in reading challenge

War veteran George Morris with his Arctic Star medal. Pics by Diane Vose DV2363/03

War veteran holds back tears while sharing medal honour with devoted partner

Queen of Hearts Sasha McClintock with Sienna Knott from Aldbourne. Pics by Diane Vose DV2369/03

Alice and friends visit Marlborough for Wonderland themed tea party

Youngsters who are part of St Mary's school council

Pupils past and present celebrate 40th anniversary of Marlborough school

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