Your Town Council
Marlborough Town Council covers the parish of Marlborough, which includes Manton. We provide your most local services but we don't cover all council work: services such as schools, roads, footpaths, car parks, waste collections, housing, social services and planning are provided by Wiltshire Council.
Your Town Council has 16 Councillors - all volunteers and not paid - who carry out business through Full Council and Committees which meet regularly. They also represent the Town Council at around 20 different local organisations. Councillors are supported by a small team of staff members headed up by the Town Clerk.
get in touch with a Town Councillor
There's more to being a Mayor than ceremonial duties... read Councillor Mervyn Hall's blog, and access blogs from past Mayors, here
Our news articles and links to other useful news sites
The Mayor's Community Awards are given annually to recognise the outstanding voluntary work, achievements, bravery or courage of individuals and groups in Marlborough
Indoor and outdoor venues for hire - hold your wedding, party, commercial sale, concert, boot sale and more with us
Agendas, reports and minutesFor all meetings from 13 May 2019
Agendas, reports & minutes1988 to present
View and/or download a list of our meeting dates for 2019/20or click here
to access our calendar
A full list of the services we provide: open spaces, playgrounds, allotments, cemetery, sports pitches etc
apply for a small financial grant
Click the picture to read our latest annual reportPrevious Reports can be found here
Our list of projects 2017-2021
Policies and documents that define how the Council operates
Accounts, audits, annual returns etc
Get in touch with a Wiltshire Councillor
Which Ward do you live in?
Link to MyWiltshire reporting tool and app - report a pothole, missed bin collection, streetlight problem and more
External links to citizens advice, animal welfare, shopmobility, health & advisory services and more
Meet our team and get in touch
Can't find what you need? Try useful links above, or click here for the Neighbourhood Plan website.