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Two arrested after chase through city

Two people were arrested yesterday following a chase through Salisbury. At about 5.30pm, a Ford Fiesta reported stolen from Hampshire was spotted on the A30 heading into Salisbury. Police attempted to stop the vehicle on St Mark’s roundabout, but failed and a pursuit...

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Designer clothes stolen from removal van in city

Police are calling for witnesses to a theft from the removal van in Paynes Hill, Salisbury, at about 10.15am on Tuesday, May 8. Bags of designer clothing were stolen from the van parked outside the address the victim was moving into. Two sports bags, one black Adidas...

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MPs Reject Leveson 2-style Inquiry again

MPs voted yesterday, Tuesday, by 301 to 289 to reject an amendment by the House of Lords for a Leveson 2-style inquiry into the media. It was the second time in a week MPs rejected the inquiry. Labour front benchers said it was inconceivable they would push for...

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Woman bitten by dog in city

Police want help to identify the owner of a dog which bit a woman in Salisbury. A woman in her 20s was walking along Carmelite Way at about 6.55pm on Friday, May 11 when she was bitten on the leg by a passing dog. She was left with bruising under her knee. The dog,...

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It’s high time

‘The High Point of Dorset’ is being recommended as Shaftesbury’s promotional slogan, highlighting its unique selling point, by Shaftesbury Town Council’s Visitor Experience Advisory Committee. It represents a range of Shaftesbury tourism interests, and acknowledges...

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Mental Health Awareness

Former Gillingham Mayor Barry Von Clemens, now chairman of the council’s general purposes committee, wants people to become more aware of mental health. “This is Mental Health Awareness Week. This year, the campaign is focusing on stress in the workplace and at home....

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Taken to the cleaners

Wiltshire Council claims it has paid a total of £3,788 to 12 people after their clothes were ‘contaminated’ as a result of the alleged poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on March 4. It applied to people wearing ‘dry cleaning clothes’ when they visited...

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Urgent appeal for fostering

“Can you offer a foster home to a child who needs to be looked after?” That’s the question Wiltshire Council is asking, calling for more people to take up fostering and caring for children who desperately need the safety and security of a loving family home....

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Cheekbone fractured in unprovoked attack

A 20-year-old man was assaulted in an unprovoked attack in Warminster during the early hours of Sunday, April 1. He was taken to the Royal United Hospital in Bath for treatment, and now Police are appealing for witnesses. The victim, wearing skinny jeans and grey...

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Incinerator plan fires objections

Plans to build an incineration/gasification plant and associated waste sorting station in Westbury have come under fire. South West Wiltshire MP Dr Andrew Murrison has written to Wiltshire Council to oppose a planning application. “More heavy lorries belching fumes as...

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Air ambulance moves into new base

Wiltshire Air Ambulance has started working from its new airbase at Semington, near Melksham, ending the charity’s Airbase Appeal. The custom-built base, at Outmarsh, unifies the charity’s fundraising, administrative and operational teams under one roof. The...

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Tumble dryer sets house on fire

Firefighters were called to a mid-terraced property in Windsor Mews, Durrington, at 11am on May 22, and found a well-developed fire on the ground floor spreading to the first floor. Crews from Amesbury and Salisbury, supported by an aerial ladder platform from...

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Insider’s Area Board meeting diary

At the Area Board meeting on May 17 in Salisbury City Hall, it was reported that the city is recovering: no more reports of illness due to poison gas, and everything’s gradually getting back to normal apart from the few cordoned off areas, Maltings and the Mill pub....

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County knocked out

Wiltshire were eliminated from the Unicorns 50 over Knock Out Trophy, losing to Devon at Sidmouth on Sunday by 56 runs. Devon won the toss and made first use of a good batting surface, scoring 281 for six wickets in their 50 overs. The innings was dominated by the...

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Is it 101 or 999?

‘Who You Gonna Call’ is Wiltshire Police's campaign launched this week to raise awareness of proper use of 101 and 999 lines. During the summer months, the Crime and Communication Centre takes more calls to 101 and 999, most for genuine emergencies or police...

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New arts combine launched

Wiltshire Creative – the new organisation embracing Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse has released its first season of programming for 2018/19, claiming it marks “a landmark moment for the arts in Salisbury and the...

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Eco school wins another accolade

Pembroke Park Primary School, Salisbury, have just achieved their first green flag for Eco-Schools with support from the Vegetarian Society funding. Last year, the school was the first in Wiltshire to become a recognised Forest School provider by the Forest School...

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Twin cordless telephone with answer phone, as new £30

Triple cordless telephone with answer phone, never used £50

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Adjustable height and backrest, two trays stands when folded VGC

£65

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Sydenhams Showroom Manager

Showroom Manager required for kitchen and bathroom showroom based in Salisbury. Competitive salary offered. As the South’s leading independent Timber & Builders Merchant, our Kitchen & Bathroom showrooms offer an impressive range of products for both retail and trade...

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Part Time Leather Worker

We are a hand made premium leather company moving to Fonthill Bishop within the next six weeks and are looking for someone with leather working experience. Most of our range is hand cut and hand sewn although machinists should also apply. Minimum 16 hours a week....

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Donor Relationship Manager

ROLE: DONOR RELATIONSHIP MANAGER Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire Salary: £30,000 per annum Contract Type: Permanent Hours of Work: Full Time Application closes:March 19 The Gurkha Welfare Trust is looking to recruit a Donor Relationship Manager to join their...

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Event Steward

We are looking for Event Stewards for various events from the end of April until October. Responsibilities: Manning a gate or a door that only certain people can enter. Checking Badges into certain areas. Giving out leaflets. Keeping stands clear of glass bottles....

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Sydenhams: Showroom Design Person

Required for position of Showroom Sales person at our showroom in Salisbury. Selling contemporary and traditional kitchens from one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and quality bathrooms requires a good understanding of the products and in turn matching these up with...

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Sydenhams Showroom Manager

Showroom Manager required for kitchen and bathroom showroom based in Salisbury. Competitive salary offered. As the South’s leading independent Timber & Builders Merchant, our Kitchen & Bathroom showrooms offer an impressive range of products for both retail and trade...

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Part Time Leather Worker

We are a hand made premium leather company moving to Fonthill Bishop within the next six weeks and are looking for someone with leather working experience. Most of our range is hand cut and hand sewn although machinists should also apply. Minimum 16 hours a week....

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Hospital beds to stay?

Shaftesbury's Westminster Memorial Hospital beds will be saved from closure, if  the governing board of the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) agree the proposals on September 20. The recommendation that in-patient’s beds would be removed were revised due to...

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Most wanted finalists again

Wilton-based hair and beauty salon group JASHAIR are finalists in the national hairdressing competition, the Most Wanted Awards, in the category ‘Best UK Local Salon’. Having beaten off nationwide competition, JASHAIR has proved to be one of the best salons in the UK...

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All steamed up

An unusual event at Salisbury museum on Tuesday, June 20, brings in a group of steam cars when The Steam Car Club of Great Britain stops at the museum for a few hours., The 13 stunning vintage and veteran cars can be investigated at close quarters, driven by members...

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From the Editor – October 2017

By David Parker Government pressure on local authorities to build more houses seems to be imposing planning regulations and over-riding planning law. Housing estates are being imposed on areas but the numbers of houses to be built cannot match local facilities and...

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Valley News Wedding Feature 2017

Valley News' November edition is now out, and inside you'll find our four-page Weddings Feature - filled to the brim with all the best local companies who will make your big day better than you can ever have imagined. Click here to download the feature. You'll find...

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