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Peak time traffic control for Cathedral

From July 2, until the end of September, Salisbury Cathedral’s regular Summer one-way system helps to manage the high number of visitors and holiday traffic in The Close during the peak season. The one-way system is from Monday to Friday between 12noon and 5pm, when...

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Police team scores

Three men were arrested and two charged yesterday after what was called ‘a productive Monday’ for the Community Tasking Team in the south of the county, David Leslie Clift, 41, of Eyres Way, Salisbury, was charged with a Bulford  burglary on  June 15. He was remanded...

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All-female cast in Whisky Galore

Compton Mackenzie’s comedy classic tale of shipwreck, contraband and the golden nectar, Whisky Galore is performed at Salisbury Playhouse from Tuesday, June 26 to Saturday, June 30. The new production, set in 1955, is a tribute to the feisty, fearless all-female...

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City blooms in Summer

Salisbury is blooming this summer with floral displays across the city centre brightening the streets. Funding from Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) has helped Salisbury City Council to enhance the displays. Salisbury BID’s business plan includes...

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Folk and comedy greats in town

Two legendary performers – folk singer-songwriter Ralph McTell and comedian Arthur Smith – are headlining Gillingham Festival, staged from June 29 to July 8. The festival also has a return visit from Gillingham-educated guitarist Daniel Bovey with the Mela Guitar...

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A Midsummer’s Dream

Professional production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Dream, in the beautiful setting of Old St Mary's  church, Market Square, Wilton. 7pm, Wednesday, June 20. Tickets: under 16s £5 Adults £12.50 Available from Valley News. Credit card hotline 01722...

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Twin town flooded

Fordingbridge Twinning Association has sent good wishes and a speedy recovery its French friends after learning that its twin town, Vimoutiers, and most of Normandy, is suffering from substantial flooding. The twin town is only an hour from Caen, by car, and accessed...

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Plan goes to poll

Gillingham Neighbourhood Plan referendum is on Thursday, July 12, with voting at seven polling stations in the parish of Gillingham is from 7pm to 10pm. Gillingham residents have received a poll card through the post and are urged to use their vote. “This referendum...

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Missing man found

Police say a man missing from Shaftesbury has been found safe and well. Phillip Poolman, 52, went missing from his home address in Mampitts Lane at about 1pm on Monday, May, 28 and reported missing on Monday, June 11. He was located in Salisbury yesterday, Sunday 17...

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Sunday dinner with a difference

Street Food Sunday is in Salisbury Market Place, Guildhall and Guildhall Square on July 29, from 11am to 4pm. A variety of street food vendors and stalls from the South West provides “the perfect opportunity to take a break from shopping and indulge in a tasty lunch...

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Appeal to find missing man

Police searching for a man who has gone missing from Shaftesbury are appealing for the public’s help. Phillip Poolman, 52, was last seen at his home address in Mampitts Lane at around 1pm on Monday, May 28. He was reported missing on Monday, June 11. Enquiries so far...

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Help wanted to identify sexual assault suspect

Police are investigating an incident at the junction of Harnham Road and Wavell Road, Harnham yesterday morning, Thursday, June 14. Shortly after 7am a woman aged in her twenties was sexually assaulted when a man approached her from behind and grabbed her between the...

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Peak time traffic control for Cathedral

From July 2, until the end of September, Salisbury Cathedral’s regular Summer one-way system helps to manage the high number of visitors and holiday traffic in The Close during the peak season. The one-way system is from Monday to Friday between 12noon and 5pm, when...

read more

Police team scores

Three men were arrested and two charged yesterday after what was called ‘a productive Monday’ for the Community Tasking Team in the south of the county, David Leslie Clift, 41, of Eyres Way, Salisbury, was charged with a Bulford  burglary on  June 15. He was remanded...

read more

All-female cast in Whisky Galore

Compton Mackenzie’s comedy classic tale of shipwreck, contraband and the golden nectar, Whisky Galore is performed at Salisbury Playhouse from Tuesday, June 26 to Saturday, June 30. The new production, set in 1955, is a tribute to the feisty, fearless all-female...

read more

City blooms in Summer

Salisbury is blooming this summer with floral displays across the city centre brightening the streets. Funding from Salisbury Business Improvement District (BID) has helped Salisbury City Council to enhance the displays. Salisbury BID’s business plan includes...

read more

Folk and comedy greats in town

Two legendary performers – folk singer-songwriter Ralph McTell and comedian Arthur Smith – are headlining Gillingham Festival, staged from June 29 to July 8. The festival also has a return visit from Gillingham-educated guitarist Daniel Bovey with the Mela Guitar...

read more

A Midsummer’s Dream

Professional production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Dream, in the beautiful setting of Old St Mary's  church, Market Square, Wilton. 7pm, Wednesday, June 20. Tickets: under 16s £5 Adults £12.50 Available from Valley News. Credit card hotline 01722...

read more

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Classifieds

Tv unit

Tv cabinet, glass fronted door which opens, good condition.

£15

Karen, Salisbury. 07843241466

 

 

 

Records Wanted

Vinyl records wanted 1950’s to 80’s Lps and 45’s

Cash paid, private collector

phone Graham 01425 291271

 Musical equipment

Yamaha PSR8000, flight case, stand, Elka pedals, Behringer amp, vol and sus pedals, mics, digital echoes, boom stand, drum stool .

£400

01722744961

Sofa bed

Medium size matching chair and footstool,

rust colour 2 years old, cover changed to grey

accept £500 01980761044

Sony Micro Hi-Fi system

DAB radio settings with pre-set options, CD section takes 3 music discs for continuous play, tape section enabling playing of cassette music etc, timer settings, remote/manual control

in excellent condition,

£50 ono

01722742310

Tv unit

Tv cabinet, glass fronted door which opens, good condition.

£15

Karen, Salisbury. 07843241466

 

 

 

Records Wanted

Vinyl records wanted 1950’s to 80’s Lps and 45’s

Cash paid, private collector

phone Graham 01425 291271

 Musical equipment

Yamaha PSR8000, flight case, stand, Elka pedals, Behringer amp, vol and sus pedals, mics, digital echoes, boom stand, drum stool .

£400

01722744961

Sofa bed

Medium size matching chair and footstool,

rust colour 2 years old, cover changed to grey

accept £500 01980761044

Sony Micro Hi-Fi system

DAB radio settings with pre-set options, CD section takes 3 music discs for continuous play, tape section enabling playing of cassette music etc, timer settings, remote/manual control

in excellent condition,

£50 ono

01722742310

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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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