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MP becomes cardiac arrest campaigner

Dr Andrew Murrison MP has joined a campaign aiming to put defibrillators in every school by 2020. Signing up to become a Defibrillator Champion for South West Wiltshire, the constituency’s MP, himself a medical practitioner, said: “I was pleased to meet Mark King at...

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Take father to market

The regular Shaftesbury Cobbles Market in the High Street on the third Sunday of each month has a Father’s Day Special on Sunday, June 17. The High Street is shut to traffic for the day and creates a great family day out  next to the famous Gold Hill. A Craft Fair is...

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City businesses given a boost

The government has so far paid out more than £250,000 to save 38 businesses badly affected by the alleged poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on March 4. A huge chunk of the hand-out is likely to have gone to pay staff wages at businesses, in a...

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Council supports plans for urban extension

Warminster Town council’s Planning Advisory Committee will not object to the West Warminster Urban Extension, and the Bugley Barton Farm development. At its meeting on  May 21, Cllr Nicklin, chairman of the Spatial Planning Review Working Group (SPRWG), advised...

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The RAF 100 event

The RAF 100 event at Boscombe Down Aviation Collection (BDAC), Old Sarum, this Saturday, May 26, has open cockpits, various exhibitions and airworthy vintage aircraft from Chipmunks, Bulldogs to Westland helicopters, subject to weather conditions. In the hangars, a...

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Tumble dryer sets house on fire

Firefighters were called to a mid-terraced property in Windsor Mews, Durrington, at 11am on May 22, and found a well-developed fire on the ground floor spreading to the first floor. Crews from Amesbury and Salisbury, supported by an aerial ladder platform from...

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Insider’s Area Board meeting diary

At the Area Board meeting on May 17 in Salisbury City Hall, it was reported that the city is recovering: no more reports of illness due to poison gas, and everything’s gradually getting back to normal apart from the few cordoned off areas, Maltings and the Mill pub....

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County knocked out

Wiltshire were eliminated from the Unicorns 50 over Knock Out Trophy, losing to Devon at Sidmouth on Sunday by 56 runs. Devon won the toss and made first use of a good batting surface, scoring 281 for six wickets in their 50 overs. The innings was dominated by the...

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Is it 101 or 999?

‘Who You Gonna Call’ is Wiltshire Police's campaign launched this week to raise awareness of proper use of 101 and 999 lines. During the summer months, the Crime and Communication Centre takes more calls to 101 and 999, most for genuine emergencies or police...

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New arts combine launched

Wiltshire Creative – the new organisation embracing Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse has released its first season of programming for 2018/19, claiming it marks “a landmark moment for the arts in Salisbury and the...

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Eco school wins another accolade

Pembroke Park Primary School, Salisbury, have just achieved their first green flag for Eco-Schools with support from the Vegetarian Society funding. Last year, the school was the first in Wiltshire to become a recognised Forest School provider by the Forest School...

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Two arrested after chase through city

Two people were arrested yesterday following a chase through Salisbury. At about 5.30pm, a Ford Fiesta reported stolen from Hampshire was spotted on the A30 heading into Salisbury. Police attempted to stop the vehicle on St Mark’s roundabout, but failed and a pursuit...

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MP becomes cardiac arrest campaigner

Dr Andrew Murrison MP has joined a campaign aiming to put defibrillators in every school by 2020. Signing up to become a Defibrillator Champion for South West Wiltshire, the constituency’s MP, himself a medical practitioner, said: “I was pleased to meet Mark King at...

read more

Take father to market

The regular Shaftesbury Cobbles Market in the High Street on the third Sunday of each month has a Father’s Day Special on Sunday, June 17. The High Street is shut to traffic for the day and creates a great family day out  next to the famous Gold Hill. A Craft Fair is...

read more

City businesses given a boost

The government has so far paid out more than £250,000 to save 38 businesses badly affected by the alleged poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on March 4. A huge chunk of the hand-out is likely to have gone to pay staff wages at businesses, in a...

read more

Council supports plans for urban extension

Warminster Town council’s Planning Advisory Committee will not object to the West Warminster Urban Extension, and the Bugley Barton Farm development. At its meeting on  May 21, Cllr Nicklin, chairman of the Spatial Planning Review Working Group (SPRWG), advised...

read more

The RAF 100 event

The RAF 100 event at Boscombe Down Aviation Collection (BDAC), Old Sarum, this Saturday, May 26, has open cockpits, various exhibitions and airworthy vintage aircraft from Chipmunks, Bulldogs to Westland helicopters, subject to weather conditions. In the hangars, a...

read more

Tumble dryer sets house on fire

Firefighters were called to a mid-terraced property in Windsor Mews, Durrington, at 11am on May 22, and found a well-developed fire on the ground floor spreading to the first floor. Crews from Amesbury and Salisbury, supported by an aerial ladder platform from...

read more

Events for week of 21 May 2018

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Mon 21st

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Tue 22nd

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Wed 23rd

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Thu 24th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Fri 25th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Sat 26th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00
Sun 27th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Car Boot Sundays

Sunday, 18 February @ 08:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 12:00

Events for week of 21 May 2018

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Mon 21st

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Tue 22nd

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Wed 23rd

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Thu 24th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Fri 25th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Sat 26th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00
Sun 27th

Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum announces new exhibition

Thursday, 1 February @ 08:00 - Friday, 30 November @ 17:00

Classifieds

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

Modern table

24″ diameter X 30″ height, sturdy chrome base cafetiere style VGC suitable for indoor & outdoor use

£20 delivery possible

01722743681

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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Required for position of Showroom Sales person at our showroom in Salisbury. Selling contemporary and traditional kitchens from one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and quality bathrooms requires a good understanding of the products and in turn matching these up with...

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Waiting Staff

We are looking for Waiting Staff for events based in Shaftesbury and Sixpenny Handley during the summer Due to event locations you will need your own transport. Pay rate £8.50 per hour Duties: Assist with setting up the venue Greet guests with trays of champagne and...

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IT Systems Development & Support Officer

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a IT Systems Development & Support Officer to join our fun and fast paced office. Whilst some travel to other offices will be required, the role is based mainly from our Salisbury head office and covers two main areas. IT...

read more

Finance Administrator

This is an entry level role into our clients accounts department based in Salisbury. Finance Administrator - Salisbury - Reporting into the Financial Accountant ROLE SUMMARY  This is an entry level role into our clients accounts department based in Salisbury....

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Temporary Cleaner

We are looking for a temporary cleaner for holiday cover. You will be responsible for Cleaning commercial buildings in Salisbury. Cover days: Tuesday May 29 - Thursday June 7 3 hours in the morning and 2 - 5 in the evening  Tuesday  June 19 – Tuesday  June 26 3 hours...

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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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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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First Time Hill Climb

By Geoff Ballett If you have hung up your motorcycle leathers and don't fancy riding on the road any more then try Hill Climbing. Its a great way to have fun at speed without all the road traffic. After many years of riding on the road I gave this sport a go. I...

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Monty and Mabel’s after dark

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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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