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Community farm is a learning hub for all

River Bourne Community Farm in Laverstock, just outside Salisbury, is the perfect destination to visit during the summer holidays, according to farm manager Jane Wilkinson who welcomes tourists, locals, and all age groups. “We have a wide-range of livestock including...

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Town council challenges district council

Shaftesbury Town Council is challenging the district council over the sale of Shaftesbury Cattle Market site. The town council held an extraordinary meeting on  July 11 to response to a letter from Shaftesbury Civic Society and the Parish Meeting called by six...

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Hot weather heats up tempers

Young teenagers can enjoy the run of hot weather and swim in a local river despite some neighbours getting hot under the collar about them. A meeting of Gillingham Town Council on  July 2, considered complaints from residents about youths swimming in the River Shreen....

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Cathedral meditation to remember

The continuing devastating impact of the attack on the Skripals and the death of Dawn Sturgess have given added poignancy and importance to a service of meditation at Salisbury Cathedral. on Sunday July 15, from 3.30pm to 4pm. Acting Dean Canon Edward Probert said:...

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Warm weather for warm occasions

Bespoke Ceremonies for Every Occasion went to London for Julie's latest Bespoke Ceremony. The football, Wimbledon and London Pride made the City busier than usual in the fabulous weather. Emily was in Manor Barn, Winterbourne Stoke. Both ceremonies were very different...

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Christmas market is back

Salisbury’s popular Christmas market is in its traditional home of the Guildhall Square from Thursday, November 29, to Saturday, December 22, with other seasonal flavourings. The market, operated by Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) and has become a firm...

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Distraction burglary in Wilton

Police have asked Valley News to help them get information about a distraction burglary in which cash was stolen from a house in Wilton. At about 11.45am on Monday, July 9, a man called at a house in Hillside Road and told the homeowner - a man aged in his 90s - that...

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Whites at home in prelim

Despite promotion to the Evo-Stik Premier League South, and because of changes to the non-league game, Salisbury FC enter the competition on Saturday, August 25 at the Preliminary Round stage. They were awarded a home tie against the winners of the Extra Preliminary...

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Wilts lose again

Wiltshire lost their second consecutive match in the Unicorns County Championship, Western Division, by 75 runs to Berkshire at Corsham last  Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Berkshire won the toss and chose to bat and scored 296 (Waqar Hussein 53 and Stewart Davison 63),...

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Teenage Market and Foodie Friday fun returns

Salisbury’s Teenage Market is back in the Market Place on Friday, August 10, alongside the popular Foodie Friday Market in the Guildhall Square. The markets are run by Salisbury City Council and are open from 10am to 4pm. The free Teenage Market is a unique platform...

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Youngsters get active

Sports and activities for young people aged five to 14 years during the holidays are promised at special sports camps, and include athletics, basketball, cricket, dance, tennis and football, provided by Wiltshire Cricket, Wiltshire Tennis and Swindon Town Football in...

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Community farm is a learning hub for all

River Bourne Community Farm in Laverstock, just outside Salisbury, is the perfect destination to visit during the summer holidays, according to farm manager Jane Wilkinson who welcomes tourists, locals, and all age groups. “We have a wide-range of livestock including...

read more

Town council challenges district council

Shaftesbury Town Council is challenging the district council over the sale of Shaftesbury Cattle Market site. The town council held an extraordinary meeting on  July 11 to response to a letter from Shaftesbury Civic Society and the Parish Meeting called by six...

read more

Hot weather heats up tempers

Young teenagers can enjoy the run of hot weather and swim in a local river despite some neighbours getting hot under the collar about them. A meeting of Gillingham Town Council on  July 2, considered complaints from residents about youths swimming in the River Shreen....

read more

Cathedral meditation to remember

The continuing devastating impact of the attack on the Skripals and the death of Dawn Sturgess have given added poignancy and importance to a service of meditation at Salisbury Cathedral. on Sunday July 15, from 3.30pm to 4pm. Acting Dean Canon Edward Probert said:...

read more

Warm weather for warm occasions

Bespoke Ceremonies for Every Occasion went to London for Julie's latest Bespoke Ceremony. The football, Wimbledon and London Pride made the City busier than usual in the fabulous weather. Emily was in Manor Barn, Winterbourne Stoke. Both ceremonies were very different...

read more

Christmas market is back

Salisbury’s popular Christmas market is in its traditional home of the Guildhall Square from Thursday, November 29, to Saturday, December 22, with other seasonal flavourings. The market, operated by Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) and has become a firm...

read more

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01722 742247

 

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Appleby style kitchen cupboard door 60cm not required hence sale £15 ono.

Call: 01722 742247

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Hot weather heats up tempers

Young teenagers can enjoy the run of hot weather and swim in a local river despite some neighbours getting hot under the collar about them. A meeting of Gillingham Town Council on  July 2, considered complaints from residents about youths swimming in the River Shreen....

read more

Salisbury saluted

I visited Salisbury today with my two sons and mum. We were watching the Easter parade as my son wanted to listen to the music (he has CP and is on the autism spectrum). He had a major meltdown resulting in a lot of crying and screaming, biting and punching. The...

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From the Editor – October 2017

By David Parker Government pressure on local authorities to build more houses seems to be imposing planning regulations and over-riding planning law. Housing estates are being imposed on areas but the numbers of houses to be built cannot match local facilities and...

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Hot weather heats up tempers

Young teenagers can enjoy the run of hot weather and swim in a local river despite some neighbours getting hot under the collar about them. A meeting of Gillingham Town Council on  July 2, considered complaints from residents about youths swimming in the River Shreen....

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Salisbury saluted

I visited Salisbury today with my two sons and mum. We were watching the Easter parade as my son wanted to listen to the music (he has CP and is on the autism spectrum). He had a major meltdown resulting in a lot of crying and screaming, biting and punching. The...

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