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Whites new signing

News just in: Salisbury FC have signed Reading FC U18 goalkeeper James Hillson on a work experience loan. The 17-year-old, who signed for the Royals in July 2016, is available for Salisbury’s Evo-Stik South Premier South game at Farnborough tomorrow, Saturday, October...

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Carpenter found hanging

A carpenter was found suspended from a tree on October 8 and an inquest in Salisbury was told the cause of his death was hanging. Shaun Whatley, 53, from Alderbury, was found by police near the church in Odstock, near Salisbury. Earlier concern had been expressed for...

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Doctors’ warnings no deterrent

Everest ascent goes on despite doctors’ warnings Foster carer Kerry Wilson, 53, Nick Jones, 50, and five others plan to climb Everest to raise funds for a new charity, Nick Jones Foundation for Bereaved Children. It was set up by Nick earlier this year after his...

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Bypass planning application submitted

Highways England yesterday, October 18, applied to the Planning Inspectorate for planning consent for the Stonehenge tunnel and Winterbourne Stoke bypass scheme as part of the A303 road improvements. The application follows extensive consultations ending in August on...

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Wide load will slow traffic tomorrow

A slow-moving and wide ‘abnormal load’ will be escorted through Wiltshire tomorrow, Friday, October 19, by Police, from 10.30am from Popham Airfield, Hampshire, along the A303 westbound, the A36 and the A350 to Warminster. It is due to reach Warminster by 1.30pm....

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Half term treats announced

Wiltshire Creative is offering workshops, theatre and music for October half term. Starting Friday, October 26, at 11am and 2pm, two performances of Lily and the Albatross will be shown Bemerton Heath Centre, with a drop-in craft sessoin in between. Bemerton Heath...

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Motorcross bike stolen

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they’d like to speak to as part of investigations into the theft of a motocross bike between 6.15am and 7.45am on  September 14.  The green and black Kawasaki motocross bike, worth more than £5,000, was stolen from the back...

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‘Watch it’volunteers wanted

TV addict volunteers are needed by Salisbury CityWatch to monitor the city’s new state-of-the-art digital CCTV system. CityWatch has been operating the CCTV system since September. A team of volunteers already monitors the CCTV system at key times, based in a control...

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Battle for the sexes begins

An extraordinary battle has broken out between the two prestigious ‘single sex’ grammar schools in Salisbury. The famous cathedral city’s boys school plans to admit girls into its sixth form. Bishop Wordsworth’s School wants to go co-educational in its sixth form by...

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Appeal for witness to assault

A 40-year-old man was assaulted at about 6.30pm in Amesbury last night, Wednesday, and police are appealing for witnesses. The man and a friend were walking in High Street and were approached by a man who accused them of spitting on a family member. The two men...

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On board with Healthwatch

Healthwatch Wiltshire is looking for people with a passion for health and care services to join its Local Leadership Board. The board is the driving force behind Healthwatch Wiltshire which ensure children, young people and adults are heard by those who run, plan and...

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Whites new signing

News just in: Salisbury FC have signed Reading FC U18 goalkeeper James Hillson on a work experience loan. The 17-year-old, who signed for the Royals in July 2016, is available for Salisbury’s Evo-Stik South Premier South game at Farnborough tomorrow, Saturday, October...

read more

Carpenter found hanging

A carpenter was found suspended from a tree on October 8 and an inquest in Salisbury was told the cause of his death was hanging. Shaun Whatley, 53, from Alderbury, was found by police near the church in Odstock, near Salisbury. Earlier concern had been expressed for...

read more

Doctors’ warnings no deterrent

Everest ascent goes on despite doctors’ warnings Foster carer Kerry Wilson, 53, Nick Jones, 50, and five others plan to climb Everest to raise funds for a new charity, Nick Jones Foundation for Bereaved Children. It was set up by Nick earlier this year after his...

read more

Bypass planning application submitted

Highways England yesterday, October 18, applied to the Planning Inspectorate for planning consent for the Stonehenge tunnel and Winterbourne Stoke bypass scheme as part of the A303 road improvements. The application follows extensive consultations ending in August on...

read more

Wide load will slow traffic tomorrow

A slow-moving and wide ‘abnormal load’ will be escorted through Wiltshire tomorrow, Friday, October 19, by Police, from 10.30am from Popham Airfield, Hampshire, along the A303 westbound, the A36 and the A350 to Warminster. It is due to reach Warminster by 1.30pm....

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Events for week of 15 October 2018

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Monday, 15 October @ 14:00 - 15:30
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Wednesday Winter Warmers

Wednesday, 17 October @ 12:15 - 13:30
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L.S. Lowry Exhibition 20th & 21st October

Saturday, 20 October - Sunday, 21 October

Optimus: Bristol Comic Con – The Dark Side

Saturday, 20 October @ 10:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 17:00
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L.S. Lowry Exhibition 20th & 21st October

Saturday, 20 October - Sunday, 21 October

Optimus: Bristol Comic Con – The Dark Side

Saturday, 20 October @ 10:00 - Sunday, 21 October @ 17:00

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Golfing equipment for sale

Set Mizuno clubs 3-SW. Various other clubs, drivers etc. Power caddy trolley (no battery) with battery charger. Trolley bag. 01980 676242

Plants, preserving jars and doors/windows

Shrubs/plants large/small good selection 50 plus items Butleigh, Spirea, viburnums, acanthus etc some potted £50 for the lot re-arranging garden, livery possible. Preserving jars 2lbs unused up to 10 re-usable seals keep fruit etc sterile until wanted efficient...

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

Golfing equipment for sale

Set Mizuno clubs 3-SW.

Various other clubs, drivers etc.

Power caddy trolley (no battery) with battery charger.

Trolley bag.

01980 676242

Plants, preserving jars and doors/windows

Shrubs/plants large/small good selection 50 plus items Butleigh, Spirea, viburnums, acanthus etc some potted £50 for the lot re-arranging garden, livery possible.

Preserving jars 2lbs unused up to 10 re-usable seals keep fruit etc sterile until wanted efficient system, donation to your favourite charity.

Doors and windows large/small white upvc double glazed build conservatory/shed £25

01722 743681

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...

read more

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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Valley Features

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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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