Travel

By Road

Marlborough is a 20 minute drive from M4 jnt 15 (Swindon) or 15 mins from jnt 14 (Hungerford) . Main roads through the town are A4, A338, A345 & A346.

Nearest train stations: Swindon, Pewsey and Bedwyn with connecting buses.

National Express08717 818181 stops in Marlborough High Street

Wiltshire bus info 08457 090899

Traveline (10p per minute): 0871 200 22 33

Connect2Wiltshire on demand bus and taxi service: 08456 52 52 55

www.wiltshirecommunitytransport.org.uk

Link (local voluntary community support and transport):
Marlborough 01672 514 567
Ramsbury 01672 520 111
Burbage/Pewsey 01672 564 930
Aldbourne – 01672 541 345
Great Bedwyn – 01672 870 120

Taxis

Merlin Cars
01672 861000

Marlborough Taxis
01672 512786

Arrow Cars
01672 51556

By train

National Rail Enquiries 08457 48 49 50

Bedwyn Trains Passenger Group

Where to Stay

Contact Marlborough Tourist information (library) 01672 513989

Car Parks

In the centre of Marlborough – free for half an hour on the road sides, paid for in the centre (exact change, minimum 55p (June 08).

Also three car parks off the High Street which are a little cheaper: George Lane, Hyde Lane and off The Parade.

Toilets

In the George Lane car park (back of Waitrose), and Chantry Lane.

Child friendly for customers (with baby change/accessible toilets): Waitrose, St Peter’s Church cafe,
Costa Coffee.

Accessible info

Due to Marlborough’s historic High Street, there are many narrow steps. However, most shops have a sign with their number to ring for service if steps are a problem.

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The 2015 - 2016 youth project and sculpture trail development was awarded Arts Council funding.

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Supported by the Marlborough area community youth grant

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