From 28 April the office at 5 High Street is open to walk-in visitors and for Tourist Information between 10:00-16:00, Monday to Friday. We have a narrow corridor so, to ensure safe social distancing, we will ask you to press the buzzer at the front door before we let you in so we can make sure there is space inside.
In line with Government guidance some staff are working from home. We are still here for you and will respond to every query but please bear with us as it may take us a little longer than usual to do so due to the nature of remote working.
Enquiries can be sent via email to email@example.com or call us between 09:00–16:30, Monday to Friday on 01672 512487. You can also leave a message outside these hours as the answerphone will be checked regularly.
For our out of hours emergency line for our services only, click here
Town Council meetings will continue to take place online, urgent decisions for the continued running of services will be made via legally delegated authority to the Town Clerk and Councillors.
Town Council office and Tourist Information Point at 5 High Street open 10:00-16:00 Monday to Friday
All play areas
Public toilets at the Town Hall and George Lane Car Park open daily, 08:00-20:00 - 20p coin entry
Open Spaces: Coopers Meadow, Marlborough Common (including the Victorian Cemetery), Jubilee Field (Manton), Salisbury Road Recreation Ground, Stonebridge Meadow, Priory Gardens and Wye House Garden
The Town Hall and Marlborough Community & Youth Centre - we are now able to take bookings for certain events within the national Coronavirus rules, e.g. weddings for a reduced number of attendees. Please contact us to find out more.
The Skatepark at Salisbury Road Recreation Ground has restricted use - read an explanation here
Some staff will continue to work from home and can be contacted by email and telephone as follows. Where there is no mobile number please either send an email or call the enquiries line between 10am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Community Volunteers Scheme
We have had an overwhelming response to our call for volunteers to help protect the elderly, vulnerable and those alone in our community: Marlborough's community spirit at its very best. More than 300 volunteers stepped forward and are still available to help.
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