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Search for missing Amy continues

Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service this afternoon joined police officers searching for missing 16-year-old teenager Amy Cole-Martin, in the Ludgershall area. A drone is part of the ongoing searches, also supported by Wiltshire Search and Rescue (WILSAR). Amy...

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Parking savings offer

Shoppers can save money by using the Warminster Parking Partnership which  reimburses customers the cost of up to two hours of parking. Refund are given when the voucher portion of their parking tickets are handed in at any participating shops and businesses. Those...

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Town goes on war facts trail

Warminster has laid a War Facts trail as part of the town’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending the fighting in WW1. The event starts on Saturday, October 20, and runs until Wednesday, October 31 inclusive.  Children aged 16 and under can...

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Bus firm is UK Bus Operator and Employer of the Year

Salisbury Reds celebrated its parent company Go South Coast’s two accolades at the prestigious National Transport Awards. The firm was crowned Bus Operator of the Year and Employer of the Year at a ceremony in London’s Westminster Park Plaza Hotel. “This is fantastic...

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Charity box and alcohol stolen from Salisbury bar

Police released CCTV images of a man they would like to interview about a break-in at the @Home bar in Bridge Street, which was broken into between 12.30am and 8am on Wednesday, October 10. After entering through an unlocked door, the thief stole a charity collection...

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Leisure discounts idea for serving personnel

A 20% discount on council leisure services for armed forces and emergency services personnel who carry either the Defence Discount or Blue Light cards is suggested by Wiltshire Liberal Democrats. The opposition group at County Hall also want the discounts extended to...

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Brexit Summit deadlock in Wiltshire

No meetings about exiting the EU and no Brexit impact assessments have prompted Wiltshire Liberal Democrats to call for a Brexit Summit. They want to air the potential impact on local residents, businesses and vital services of leaving the European Union next Spring,...

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One World Fair at Stourton

Churches Together in Mere and District hold their popular One World Fair during the International Celebration of One World Week. Stalls represent local and national charities and organisations working for a better, fairer world. Activities for all the family include...

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Woman assaulted in Salisbury

A woman was assaulted in Fisherton Street, Salisbury at about 4.30pm on Thursday, October 11, near the entrance to The Kings Head Inn. The 49-year-old sustained cuts and swelling to her face in an assault by another woman believed to be known to her – Police are...

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Markets cancelled

Wiltshire Council’s outdoor markets due on Friday, October 12, have been cancelled  due to forecast high winds and storm Callum. The markets affected are Chippenham, Calne and Warminster, but The Shambles indoor market in Devizes remains open. “All traders have been...

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Light up the town

Homes in Shaftesbury decked in dazzling decorations outside this Christmas could win goodies from local shops. Shaftesbury Town Council is donating £100 to the winners' or the mayor's chosen charities. Mayor Piers Brown will judge who has the most festive home in...

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Final display for Beaumont Gallery

Final display for Beaumont Gallery The fine art exhibition Stories in Art will show the work of five artists operating in the South of England from Friday, October 19, to Sunday, November 11. Diverse creative styles and chosen media are available for viewing at the...

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Search for missing Amy continues

Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service this afternoon joined police officers searching for missing 16-year-old teenager Amy Cole-Martin, in the Ludgershall area. A drone is part of the ongoing searches, also supported by Wiltshire Search and Rescue (WILSAR). Amy...

read more

Parking savings offer

Shoppers can save money by using the Warminster Parking Partnership which  reimburses customers the cost of up to two hours of parking. Refund are given when the voucher portion of their parking tickets are handed in at any participating shops and businesses. Those...

read more

Town goes on war facts trail

Warminster has laid a War Facts trail as part of the town’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending the fighting in WW1. The event starts on Saturday, October 20, and runs until Wednesday, October 31 inclusive.  Children aged 16 and under can...

read more

Bus firm is UK Bus Operator and Employer of the Year

Salisbury Reds celebrated its parent company Go South Coast’s two accolades at the prestigious National Transport Awards. The firm was crowned Bus Operator of the Year and Employer of the Year at a ceremony in London’s Westminster Park Plaza Hotel. “This is fantastic...

read more

Charity box and alcohol stolen from Salisbury bar

Police released CCTV images of a man they would like to interview about a break-in at the @Home bar in Bridge Street, which was broken into between 12.30am and 8am on Wednesday, October 10. After entering through an unlocked door, the thief stole a charity collection...

read more

Leisure discounts idea for serving personnel

A 20% discount on council leisure services for armed forces and emergency services personnel who carry either the Defence Discount or Blue Light cards is suggested by Wiltshire Liberal Democrats. The opposition group at County Hall also want the discounts extended to...

read more

Events for week of 15 October 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

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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

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

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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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Royal Women 2018

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Mamas and Papas high chair, toys and spin zebra

Mamas and Papas Prima Pappa High Chair - £55. Adjustable height and backrest. Sturdy and freestanding when folded. VGC. ELC Happyland bus with sounds - £10. Driver, conductor, passengers and stop sign. ELC Happyland fire station - £15. Fire engine, fire engine, fire...

Solid wood nest of tables and Superglide mobility scooter

Solid wood nest of tables with four circular tables, with drop leafs - £25. Table is 620mm x 420mm x 560 mm high. Superglide CX Mobility Scooter - £500 Blue, road legal, lights, indicators, seat belt, used only twice. £800 new, will accept £500 including neeo...

Mantle mirror

Gilt framed over mantle mirror. 38" wide 29" high. £20 tel 01722 742247

Wash basin

Wash basin semi recessed style. New, unable to use. £40 ono. tel 01722 742247

Propane gas cylinder

Propane gas cylinder 10kg size. 3/4 full. includes regulator £40 ono. tel 01722 742247

Bed settee

Brown leather bed settee. Spring base, excellent condition. £100. tel 01722 742247

Mamas and Papas high chair, toys and spin zebra

Mamas and Papas Prima Pappa High Chair – £55.
Adjustable height and backrest. Sturdy and freestanding when folded. VGC.

ELC Happyland bus with sounds – £10.
Driver, conductor, passengers and stop sign.

ELC Happyland fire station – £15.
Fire engine, fire engine, fire car and 4 firemen.

Spin zebra, original colours, 1-3 years – £15.
Suit boy or girl.

Miss J Gillard
20 Parsonage Green, Harnham, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 8LA.
01722 412699

Solid wood nest of tables and Superglide mobility scooter

Solid wood nest of tables with four circular tables, with drop leafs – £25.

Table is 620mm x 420mm x 560 mm high.

Superglide CX Mobility Scooter – £500

Blue, road legal, lights, indicators, seat belt, used only twice.

£800 new, will accept £500 including neeo batteries.

01980 611912

Jobs For You

Host Familes Needed

Would you like to earn extra money by hosting our international students? We are currently looking for hosts in Salisbury for our group students visiting all year round starting early in 2019. Our host families can be families with children at home, families where...

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Support Worker (BANK/Casual) – Salisbury

Bank one to one Support Worker for a 25 year old man with autism and complex needs. Supported living set up in Salisbury, Wiltshire. This job is very challenging as the autistic person can sometimes display challenging behaviours when anxious. This is a unique job...

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Care Assistants Required

Gracewell of Salisbury is a CQC Good Rated luxury nursing home located just 10 minutes walk from Salisbury train station with on site staff parking. As a Care Assistant at a Gracewell community, you will be working with a dedicated, skilled team of specially trained...

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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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Host Familes Needed

Would you like to earn extra money by hosting our international students? We are currently looking for hosts in Salisbury for our group students visiting all year round starting early in 2019. Our host families can be families with children at home, families where...

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Support Worker (BANK/Casual) – Salisbury

Bank one to one Support Worker for a 25 year old man with autism and complex needs. Supported living set up in Salisbury, Wiltshire. This job is very challenging as the autistic person can sometimes display challenging behaviours when anxious. This is a unique job...

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Care Assistants Required

Gracewell of Salisbury is a CQC Good Rated luxury nursing home located just 10 minutes walk from Salisbury train station with on site staff parking. As a Care Assistant at a Gracewell community, you will be working with a dedicated, skilled team of specially trained...

read more

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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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....

read more

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