This Marlborough Area Community System is developed and operated by the Marlborough Area Development Trust (click About the Development Trust for more information about the Trust).
AGM: The 2015 MADT AGM is being scheduled for the evening of 15th October at St John's School starting at 6pm.
Supporting tourism: a new web site is being developed to specifically support tourism in the Marlborough Area - see www.visitmarlborough.org for more details.
FREE promotion: for every local business, visitor attraction or local society. A range of FREE Directory Services are available to support local business and tourism with all tourist information included automatically in the Tourist Information Kiosk and the www.visitmarlborough.org web site.
Click here for more details.
Community WiFi: now with even more coverage and content filtering to protect users, has been rolled out to the larger villages around Marlborough with extensive coverage across Avebury. Read the latest details about the Free Community WiFi and learn how you could support this initiative.
WiFi Passport Vouchers: click here for details about the annual WiFi Passport Vouchers.
Details of the Community WiFi system and how to use it are available here. This is a important project that supports the local economy and benefits all Marlborough Area residents, workers and visitors. We are therefore seeking the support of all local businesses and organisations to engage with the project and to understand how they can contribute.
As part of the Development Trust's activities that aim to support the economic activity within the Marlborough Area, a Free on-line Directory Service is available to all local businesses and organisations. The aim of this service is to allow visitors to the Marlborough Area, as well as local businesses and residents, to easily find details on-line for local suppliers and services, visitor attractions, local organisations etc.
With your help we would like to develop this Community System further. Its primary aim is to become a central resource for information about the Marlborough Area, that is managed and evolved by the community itself, and to allow different Marlborough Area groups, societies and businesses to share information and collaborate together using on-line tools.
If you have ideas about how we could use this on-line resource to support the development of the Marlborough Area we would welcome your input and suggestions - so contact us now.