Leisure discounts idea for serving personnel

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...
Brexit Summit deadlock in Wiltshire

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,...
One World Fair at Stourton

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...
Woman assaulted in Salisbury

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...
Markets cancelled

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...
Light up the town

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...
Final display for Beaumont Gallery

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...
Luxury apartments in Tisbury

Luxury apartments in Tisbury

Five luxury characterful apartments in the heart of Tisbury are on offer. Bassets in Tisbury is marketing The Crown, an historical Grade II Listed building and a popular pub for many years. The building is being sympathetically converted into five exceptional, high...
Community foundation explained

Community foundation explained

Jon Yates, chief executive of Dorset Community Foundation, is guest speaker at law firm Humphries Kirk’s Dorchester business networking lunch on Wednesday, October 17. The lunch is at The Wessex Royale Hotel, Dorchester at 12.30pm for a 1pm start. Email...
Library Discovery Day:

Library Discovery Day:

Salisbury Cathedral shares the secrets of its collection on Saturday, October 20, when some of the treasures re-discovered in Salisbury Cathedral Library during its ongoing three-year Beyond the Library Door cleaning and cataloguing project are revealed during a...
Spooky tours for Halloween

Spooky tours for Halloween

Salisbury City Council is arranging free Halloween ghost tours in The Guildhall, Salisbury, from Sunday, October 28 until Wednesday, October 31. The tours give a fascinating insight into the spooky history of the old building and run on October 28, 2pm and 3.30pm,...
Trains timetable changes

Trains timetable changes

Most rail stations will have minor changes to regular timetable after South Western Railway’s autumn timetable started on Sunday, October 7, running until December 8. A few routes will have more significant changes to train times, the rail company warns. But beware of...

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