Warner House back in business

Warner House back in business

The refurbished office building on Castle Street, Salisbury, which boasts four floors and 20 suites, promises investors a bright future for doing business in the city. Dean Speer, Partner at Myddelton & Major said the project stands as a “really good” symbol for...
Bonfire and firework display

Bonfire and firework display

Amesbury Town Council is holding a free bonfire and fireworks event on Saturday, November 3, at the Centenary Pavillion in Amesbury. A Guy and Poster competition for children will be held. The winner of the Guy competition will light the bonfire, while the Poster...
Top Weekend Events

Top Weekend Events

PREVIEW: Pop-Up Exhibition by Ceramic Artist Makoto Kagoshima & John Julian Rock the Square Radnor Hall Film Night: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society SALISBURY JAZZ CLUB From Russia with Love From The Jam – All Mod Cons 40th Anniversary...
MP excited about Salisbury’s cultural offers

MP excited about Salisbury’s cultural offers

A senior Government minister praised Salisbury for its resilience in the wake of the recent poison scare. “It’s an opportunity for Salisbury to play to its strengths and then show what it can do,” said Jeremy Wright, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and...
Moving on in the Maltings

Moving on in the Maltings

View from the constituency by John Glen Mp I heard the news that the latest ‘poisoning’ incident at Prezzo in Salisbury may have been a hoax, with a mixture of relief and anger. Quite apart from costing our hard-working police, ambulance technicians an...
My first experience in publishing

My first experience in publishing

By Elizabeth Kernick As my first work experience, Valley News was an excellent choice. I had a general interest in writing and publishing, but beyond that, I wasn’t sure what to do as a career. Looking back, I believe I made the right decision on where to go. On...
Still fighting in the time of #MeToo

Still fighting in the time of #MeToo

By Fanny Charles AS I left Salisbury Playhouse after the press night of Her Naked Skin, I overheard a male audience member comment that he was glad it was over because it was “all so emotional.” And, in a way, that sums the whole thing up – really, these hysterical...
City opens a Dragon’s Den

City opens a Dragon’s Den

Salisbury has been put on the map and now a young businessman is keen to maximise the exposure for young business entrepreneurs in the city. “There is no better opportunity,” Salisbury Young Chamber president Daniel Rhind-Tutt told Valley News. Salisbury Young Chamber...
Chamber to boost membership

Chamber to boost membership

Business owners in Wilton and surrounding villages are being urged to support Wilton District Business Chamber. Current forecasts for the outcome of Brexit could have a knock-on effect on the local economy. Chamber membership would help owners and give them a strong...
Plastic recycling scheme keeps ambulance flying

Plastic recycling scheme keeps ambulance flying

Wiltshire locals Sam and Lesa Snook are collecting coffee pods and baby food pouches to raise money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance, and they want more people to get involved. Since 2014, Sam and Lesa have sent more than half a million Tassimo T-DISCS and baby food...
Bourne Hill back in business

Bourne Hill back in business

Wiltshire Council and police services in Salisbury return to Bourne Hill on Monday, October 8. The building was closed in April for ‘deep cleaning’ as a result of the nerve agent attack in the city.    Salisbury’s Community Policing Team has worked out of the Five...
Local women join London rally

Local women join London rally

Salisbury women are joining a  rally in London on October 10 at Hyde Park and Parliament Square. The 1950s Women’s State Pension Campaign, ‘Back to 60, We Paid In, You Paid Out’, and other women’s pension groups, are ‘Shoulder to Shoulder’ as...

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