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Mobile phones stolen

Police have released CCTV images of two men after the theft of three mobile phones from an Amesbury shop. At 9.15pm on Monday, September 17, two men entered the Tesco supermarket in London Road and walked to the in-store phone shop, which was closed at the time. Three...

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Workshop explores forest world

Gillingham Library has several cultural activities as part of its new cultural hubs programme with the Arts Council. On Saturday, September 22, artist in residence Julian Stocks is leading a session based on the techniques of Mono-printing, using objects forages from...

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Vision Van visits Salisbury

A mobile eye testing unit is at Guildhall Square, Salisbury, on Thursday, September 27, between 11am and 5pm, offering free eye tests to passers-by and raising awareness of the importance of maintaining eye health during #EyeWeek. Several health conditions can be...

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Singing is a breath of fresh air

Building on the success of the Salisbury Singing for Lung Health group, singing leader and Music for Wellbeing Director, Liv McLennan, is launching short, introductory courses for people with lung health conditions in south Wiltshire. The first course is in Amesbury...

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Habit of Art

A multi-layered evening at the Playhouse Habit of Art was an enormous success when it was first produced at The National Theatre in 2009. Thanks to Wiltshire Creative, Salisbury is hosting a revival of this play-within-a-play, telling of a fictional meeting between...

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Paraglider falls to horrific death

A top level probe has been set up on behalf of a coroner to discover why an expert motorised paraglider flying for fun plunged to his death. Thomas Prince, 26, suddenly fell out of the sky into a field, clipping an 11,000-volt overhead power line as he fell at East...

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Laverstock ladies see off Swindon

6:0 Laverstock Ladies v Swindon Supermarine Laverstock ladies started the game well against Swindon Super Marine and were rewarded in the tenth minute when with some good link play left the keeper with no chance of saving. Laverstock enjoyed long spells of possession...

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Teens can join the teams

The Pan Disability Football Team for young people aged 12 to 16 is back in play. In partnership with Salisbury Rovers and Wiltshire Council, Salisbury City is providing equal opportunities for all, and young people with disabilities can get involved in playing...

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Drug users warned

Local drug users could be at risk after concerns about Fentanyl recently located in the county. Police issued a warning and said Fentanyl is a toxic opioid that mimics the effects of morphine in the human body, but has a potency 50 to 100 times that of morphine. It is...

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Suffragettes march IN SALISBURY

A suffragette procession on Thursday, September 13 publicised Her Naked Skin recreated scenes from Salisbury Playhouse theatre’s suffragette drama. Wiltshire Creative women, and members of the cast and community company of Women from Wiltshire Creative made a textile...

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Teenagers have something in stall

The final 2018 Salisbury Teenage Market is on Saturday, October 27, in the Guildhall Square alongside the charter market, from 10am to 3pm. The market day  is for those under the age of 25 who want to promote their skills, try out new business ideas and sell their...

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Thugs target car

Police want information about an incident of criminal damage in Salisbury. All four tyres and a window were smashed on a car parked in Rambridge Crescent at 11.40pm on Tuesday, September 11. PC Caroline Ralph from the Salisbury Community Policing Team, said: “Four...

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Mobile phones stolen

Police have released CCTV images of two men after the theft of three mobile phones from an Amesbury shop. At 9.15pm on Monday, September 17, two men entered the Tesco supermarket in London Road and walked to the in-store phone shop, which was closed at the time. Three...

read more

Workshop explores forest world

Gillingham Library has several cultural activities as part of its new cultural hubs programme with the Arts Council. On Saturday, September 22, artist in residence Julian Stocks is leading a session based on the techniques of Mono-printing, using objects forages from...

read more

Vision Van visits Salisbury

A mobile eye testing unit is at Guildhall Square, Salisbury, on Thursday, September 27, between 11am and 5pm, offering free eye tests to passers-by and raising awareness of the importance of maintaining eye health during #EyeWeek. Several health conditions can be...

read more

Singing is a breath of fresh air

Building on the success of the Salisbury Singing for Lung Health group, singing leader and Music for Wellbeing Director, Liv McLennan, is launching short, introductory courses for people with lung health conditions in south Wiltshire. The first course is in Amesbury...

read more

Habit of Art

A multi-layered evening at the Playhouse Habit of Art was an enormous success when it was first produced at The National Theatre in 2009. Thanks to Wiltshire Creative, Salisbury is hosting a revival of this play-within-a-play, telling of a fictional meeting between...

read more

Paraglider falls to horrific death

A top level probe has been set up on behalf of a coroner to discover why an expert motorised paraglider flying for fun plunged to his death. Thomas Prince, 26, suddenly fell out of the sky into a field, clipping an 11,000-volt overhead power line as he fell at East...

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Events for week of 17 September 2018

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Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
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Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
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Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
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Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
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Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
Sat 22nd

Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00
Sun 23rd

Royal Women 2018

3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00

COMMUNITY 6 A SIDE FOOTBALL LEAGUES

Sunday, 2 September @ 18:00 - Saturday, 1 December @ 20:00

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3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00
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3 February 2018 @ 10:30 - 28 April 2019 @ 17:00
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Royal Women 2018

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WANTED VINYL RECORDS

Wanted Vinyl Records LP’s & 45’s Private Collector Cash Paid Call 01425 291271

RECORDS WANTED

RECORDS WANTED Vinyl LP’s & 45’s 1950’s to 1980’s Turn your unwanted Records into Cash. Fair Prices Paid. Call Graham 01425 291271 or 07525 742802

Scaffolding Clips

300+ assorted clips suitable for self- builder £1 each.

Contact: Robjohn: 01258 863526.

 

 

Building work

A renovation job in central Salisbury starting ASAP.

Replace kitchen / bathroom / install en suite.  Install new boiler pipes and radiators.

Contact: d.jashton@yahoo.com

Jobs For You

Catering Manager

An exciting opportunity to run our new Coffee Shop at Salisbury 6th Form College. Working 27.5 hours a week, Term Time Only, the successful applicant will be hands-on, providing an excellent service to Students and Staff alike. As a new facility there is the...

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HGV Class 2 DRIVER

RV Maidment Ltd are looking for a HGV Class 2 Driver for skip work. Full time position, Monday to Friday 0800 -1700hrs. Please call 01722 714867

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Catering Manager

An exciting opportunity to run our new Coffee Shop at Salisbury 6th Form College. Working 27.5 hours a week, Term Time Only, the successful applicant will be hands-on, providing an excellent service to Students and Staff alike. As a new facility there is the...

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HGV Class 2 DRIVER

RV Maidment Ltd are looking for a HGV Class 2 Driver for skip work. Full time position, Monday to Friday 0800 -1700hrs. Please call 01722 714867

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New community concept café planned

A full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu for the 60 residents of the new Evergreen Court retirement complex can enjoy a new community café opening  in the heart of Amesbury soon. Evergreen Café, Kingsgate, Amesbury, next to Amesbury Archer Primary School, opens on...

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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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New community concept café planned

A full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu for the 60 residents of the new Evergreen Court retirement complex can enjoy a new community café opening  in the heart of Amesbury soon. Evergreen Café, Kingsgate, Amesbury, next to Amesbury Archer Primary School, opens on...

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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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