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Wilton man arrested for taking car and casing damage

 Police are appealing for witnesses after a vehicle was taken without the owner’s consent and driven dangerously in Wilton. The incident happened at approximately 12.40am on Monday, August 24. The silver Seat Ibiza was driven along the A36, up North Street the... read more

Jane Scott appointed to the House of Lords

Jane Scott, newly-appointed to the House of Lords, leader of Wiltshire Council said: “I am pleased to confirm that I have been appointed as a Life Peer in the House of Lords. I see this as a great honour for Wiltshire and I am very much looking forward to taking... read more

Minister to open business and community event

The third annual Wilton Event is on Saturday, September 12, at Wilton Shopping Village, from 10am to 2pm and is planned to be the biggest yet. The Event, which is open and free – no charge for entry – brings together local businesses with the community to... read more

Freshers’ Week: The survival guide

by Annabel Mountford, former fresher Starting university can be an exciting yet unnerving experience. It’s a time where you can release yourself from the constraints of your parents and the school system and set out to becoming yourself. So here are a few tips to help... read more

‘Secret’ properties open as part of Heritage Open Days!

Salisbury City Council is to open two of its lesser-known properties on Friday, September 11, from 10am to 2pm and offering free admission tickets due to a restriction on numbers visiting at any one time.  Timed slots are available on the half hour. Heritage Open Days... read more

Guidlhall repairs begin

Scaffolding  around The Guildhall, Salisbury,  signals the start of essential roof repair work due to commence in approximately six weeks. Salisbury City Council  contractors, Ellis & Co Ltd, will replace and repair the roof and high level masonry. A temporary... read more
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Upcoming Events


Sixpenny Sessions – Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston – 04/09/15 1930

Location: Sixpenny Handley Village Hall, Common Road, Sixpenny Handley SP5 5NJ

Sought after folk & roots duo, Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston, will be playing at the September Sixpenny Session. Tickets cost £10 (in advance) from Sixpenny Handley Mini Market or via www.eventbrite.co.uk / £11.50 (on the door). Doors open at 7.00 pm. Food (£5) and bar,

Event URL: https://www.facebook.com/6Dacoustic.live

Event email: sixpennysessions@gmail.com

Event Tel: 07751 525200

Wylye Fete & Fun Dog Show – 05/09/15 1400

Location: High Street, Wylye BA12 0QP

A traditional Village Fete with Cream teas, ice cream and burgers. White Elephant, Book, Bottle, Cake, Toy and Craft stalls. Games for all ages, Raffles, Bouncy Castle. Amesbury Town Band.

Fun Dog Show with classes for all shapes and size of dog, entry on the day

Come and enjoy all the fun of the fete!

Event email: williamswylye@aol.com

Event Tel: 01985 248438

Classifieds


Wheelchair excellend condition

Wheelchair. Made by “DMA” quality chrome frame. large wheels with inflated tyres. for self proppeled or to be pushed. blue padded seat and arm rests. seat is 19 inches high and 18 inches wide. in excellent condition. used little.

Price: 45

Tel: 07449338511

Name: Ian

Writing Dynamic Dialogue @Ashley Wood Farm

Find out how to write cracking good dialogue with Angela Street. Tuesday 21 July 18:30-21:00 and/or Tuesday 28 10.00-12.30

Price: £25 each workshop

Tel: 01722 322143

Name: Angela Street

Writing Dynamic Dialogue @Ashley Wood Farm

Find out how to write cracking good dialogue with Angela Street. Tuesday 21 July 18:30-21:00 and/or Tuesday 28 10.00-12.30

Price: £25 each workshop

Tel: 01722 322143

Name: Angela Street

EBAC AMAZON 15 DEHUMIDIFIER

Only used a couple of times for very short periods. New price £199.99

Bargain at £80

Price: £80

Tel: 01747 820203

Name: T.Marsh

Jobs For You


Healthcare Assistant

Wessex Care is currently recruiting for Healthcare Assistants. No experience necessary just a strong desire to make a difference in people’s lives. All training given including a fully funded diploma in Health & Social Care*. We have full and part time positions... read more

CS Team Leader

Engage4life is looking for exceptional team leaders across the South West and West Midlands of England to lead a team of up to 15 young people through the government’s flagship initiative – the National Citizen Service programme. This is an ideal opportunity for... read more

Training manager

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Swan Advocacy a leading welfare rights organisation based in Salisbury for a Training Manager. We are passionate about people development, and are currently looking for a cutting edge, creative, Training Manager who is... read more

Experienced Gardener

We are a busy local gardening company who provides top quality gardening services to a wide variety of clients and we are pleased to be able to offer an experienced gardener the chance to join our team. A clean driver’s license is needed and DBS checks will need to be... read more

Relief Minibus Driver Wanted to Cover Occasional Hours

Minibus Driver required to join small friendly team transporting children and vulnerable adults. · Must be flexible as we need you to cover holidays, sickness, one-off jobs etc · Enthusiastic · 25+ (insurance requirement) · Clean driving licence · D1 & CPC... read more

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Burnbake Trust

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Thank you for your excellent article about us. It brought in a lot of new customers – and some who had not been here for years!

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Valley Features

Everything from Business to Sport and Food & Drink to Health & Beauty

Freshers’ Week: The survival guide

by Annabel Mountford, former fresher Starting university can be an exciting yet unnerving experience. It’s a time where you can release yourself from the constraints of your parents and the school system and set out to becoming yourself. So here are a few tips to help... read more

Tisbury Chocolate Festival treat

Tisbury Business Association and Tisbury Carnival Committee team up for the Tisbury chocolate festival to on September 19. From 10am, more than 20 stands are dedicated to chocolate, brownies, cupcakes, pies, cakes, ice cream, local food producers and gifts. During the... read more

Coming this September to City Hall

By Alice Clarke Welcoming in the autumn in true entertainment style, Salisbury’s City Hall programme for the coming months is jam-packed with a lot of culture, a lot of music and a lot of laughs. Raising the curtain to People’s Choice, ‘Queen of Comedy’ Sarah Millican... read more

Ambulance flies in blood supplies

PRE-hospital blood transfusions can now be given to patients treated by Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s Critical Care Paramedics. On August 17, Wiltshire Air Ambulance (WAA) began carrying blood on the helicopter and rapid response vehicle, which will benefit seriously ill... read more

Biggest event yet

The third annual Wilton Event is on Saturday, September 12, at Wilton Shopping Village, from 10am to 2pm and is planned to be the biggest staged so far. The Event, which is open and free – no charge for entry –  brings together local businesses with the... read more

A celebration of summer love at Bestival

Bestival returns with another new attraction for 2015, a brand new area, The Commune. An ocular spectacular resonating with the spirit of Bestival, The Commune will be the bedrock of the soul of our Summer of Love and create a jaw-dropping eyeful visible far and wide... read more

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