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UK-wide County Lines action yields massive result

UK-wide County Lines action yields massive result

A massive drugs operation led to 743 arrests during a national intensification week when police forces across the country targeted major drug gangs from October 7 to 13. Figures released today, October 18, show that in Wiltshire, about 50 officers were involved in...

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Roadworks affect Recycling Centre

Roadworks affect Recycling Centre

Roadworks will affect access to Salisbury Household Recycling Centre (HRC) from this weekend in Stephenson Road, between October 19 and November 17. Temporary traffic signals and a diversion route via Brunel Road and Telford Road are in place during the works...

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Overall crime drops in county

Overall crime drops in county

A fall in the number of overall recorded crime in Wiltshire was described as ‘heartening’ by Angus Macpherson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon. The county is one of only five nationally to record reductions, according to statistics released on...

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101 call charge scrapped

101 call charge scrapped

The Home Office is to scrap the charge for calling the police non-emergency number next year. From April 2020, the Home Office will spend £5 million a year to meet the connection costs. At present, the telephone provider charges 101 callers a 15p connection fee. Angus...

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Share your views on policing

Share your views on policing

‘Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View’ Is a new way to make your views heard to help shape the county’s policing policies. Dorset Police launched an online priority setter on October 14 to give everyone the opportunity to put themselves in the Chief Constable’s shoes...

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Estate agents burgled

Estate agents burgled

Police are investigating a burglary at an estate agents in Salisbury and appealing for witnesses. Between 2am and 8am yesterday morning, October 16, Harding Estate Agents in Milford Street was targeted with a spray gun pointed through the letter box and spraying the...

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Witness appeal after assault

Witness appeal after assault

Witnesses to an assault outside the Co-op, in the Borough, Downton, at around 5.15pm yesterday, Wednesday, October 16 are needed by Police. A man, believed to be in his 60s, was struck several times in the face, but did not appear to be injured and has not reported...

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Countess visits county

Countess visits county

HRH Sophie Countess of Wessex had a busy day in Wiltshire yesterday, Tuesday, October 15. Her day in the county began with a visit to help Swindon NSPCC celebrate 25 years of supporting local children and their families. The Royal patron of the NSPCC unveiled a plaque...

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Five year plan tackles homelessness

Five year plan tackles homelessness

Helping people avoid homelessness is the aim of Wiltshire Council’s Homeless Strategy in a five-year action plan. The 2019-2024 strategy and action plan seeks to reduce rough sleeping, identify and prevent homelessness at the earliest possible stage, ensure services...

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Funding pot plan to help communities

Funding pot plan to help communities

Wiltshire communities can bid for funding to help develop local projects to benefit their area, according to Wiltshire Council. Funding will be made available to eight community areas which did not receive investment under the campus programme: Amesbury, Bradford on...

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Planting Wilton on the map

Planting Wilton on the map

Wilton’s first plant festival celebrating the beauty and diversity of the natural world is planned for May 10 to May 16, 2020. With the support of Wilton Community Land Trust and Wilton Town Council, Wilton’s own Women in Wellies will run a week-long chain of...

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UK-wide County Lines action yields massive result

UK-wide County Lines action yields massive result

A massive drugs operation led to 743 arrests during a national intensification week when police forces across the country targeted major drug gangs from October 7 to 13. Figures released today, October 18, show that in Wiltshire, about 50 officers were involved in...

read more
Roadworks affect Recycling Centre

Roadworks affect Recycling Centre

Roadworks will affect access to Salisbury Household Recycling Centre (HRC) from this weekend in Stephenson Road, between October 19 and November 17. Temporary traffic signals and a diversion route via Brunel Road and Telford Road are in place during the works...

read more
Overall crime drops in county

Overall crime drops in county

A fall in the number of overall recorded crime in Wiltshire was described as ‘heartening’ by Angus Macpherson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon. The county is one of only five nationally to record reductions, according to statistics released on...

read more
101 call charge scrapped

101 call charge scrapped

The Home Office is to scrap the charge for calling the police non-emergency number next year. From April 2020, the Home Office will spend £5 million a year to meet the connection costs. At present, the telephone provider charges 101 callers a 15p connection fee. Angus...

read more
Share your views on policing

Share your views on policing

‘Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View’ Is a new way to make your views heard to help shape the county’s policing policies. Dorset Police launched an online priority setter on October 14 to give everyone the opportunity to put themselves in the Chief Constable’s shoes...

read more
Estate agents burgled

Estate agents burgled

Police are investigating a burglary at an estate agents in Salisbury and appealing for witnesses. Between 2am and 8am yesterday morning, October 16, Harding Estate Agents in Milford Street was targeted with a spray gun pointed through the letter box and spraying the...

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For Sale

Three wheeled sack barrow. Ideal for steps uneven ground etc. Converts to six wheeled trolley. £35 01747 871185

Trackmaster

8 engines, various trucks, assorted track and accessories. Batteries not included. £35.00. L. Barnes 01722 322046.

book cases

Solid wood (heavy, though they can be dismantled); pine colored. Height 6′, width 3′, depth 11″.
£25 each or £40 the pair. Telephone 01722 335719

RARE BREED RONALDSAY RAM

Handsome 2 year old ram. Proven. Easy to handle.
Needs flock of his own.
Wilton area.
Pls call Zelda: 07834 283 665

3 SEATER BROWN LEATHER SOFA

A quality 3 seater brown leather sofa. Two seats are recliners. Cost £1300 accept £799 ono. Original invoice available. 07970325935 can deliver.

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Trainee Irrigation Service Engineer

Trainee Irrigation Service Engineer. A trainee Irrigation Engineer is required to join our team of Engineers working on irrigation projects throughout the UK and Europe. Applicants will be ideally based in the Southern part of the UK and will have experience of...

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IRRIGATION SERVICE ENGINEER

MJ Abbott Ltd requires an Irrigation Service Engineer. To work on irrigation projects throughout the UK and Europe. You will have extensive experience of the irrigation industry and an in depth knowledge of irrigation systems, control systems and pump stations. You...

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Casual Funeral Operatives in Salisbury

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Trainee Irrigation Service Engineer

Trainee Irrigation Service Engineer. A trainee Irrigation Engineer is required to join our team of Engineers working on irrigation projects throughout the UK and Europe. Applicants will be ideally based in the Southern part of the UK and will have experience of...

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IRRIGATION SERVICE ENGINEER

MJ Abbott Ltd requires an Irrigation Service Engineer. To work on irrigation projects throughout the UK and Europe. You will have extensive experience of the irrigation industry and an in depth knowledge of irrigation systems, control systems and pump stations. You...

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Casual Funeral Operatives in Salisbury

Chris White Funeral Directors If you would like to apply for the role advertised please send CV and a covering letter to holly.johnson@funeralpartners.co.uk or call 01189 406900 Benefits and training included

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4 Reasons Salisbury is the Best Place in the UK to Live

4 Reasons Salisbury is the Best Place in the UK to Live

The city of Salisbury has been in the news quite a bit recently as the Sunday Times recently chose it as the best place to live in the UK. Known as quintessentially English, the city was praised for remaining “a divinely attractive and welcoming place". But why? Here,...

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‘British is best, but who knows?’

‘British is best, but who knows?’

Farming and local produce in Britain is of the highest quality, but farmers are not the best at advertising it, according to John Martin, part owner of Nunton Farm, near Salisbury. John and his father oversee and run the 500-hectare dairy farm which houses about 800...

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Organic farm launches muesli online

Organic farm launches muesli online

An organic farm is following its commitment to promote and sustain a healthy environment. Pertwood Organic Farm near Hindon has launched a 100% organic muesli online. Packaged in a recyclable box and biodegradable inner bag, the team said it is catering for the mass...

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Mobile bar gallops into community

Mobile bar gallops into community

Salisbury-based mobile events service, Saddler’s Bar, was launched during the difficult times of Spring, 2018. Against the odds, the luxury mobile bar made its mark on the area’s independent business community. The bar, available for hire complete with...

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Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

When it comes to finding the perfect gift for mum, personalised shows that you have gone the extra mile. And nothing brings tears to a mum’s eyes more than a gift that has been carefully thought about. Even if they secretly hate it, any mum will forgive poor taste if...

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A Simple Ways to Break Through the Weight Loss Wall

A Simple Ways to Break Through the Weight Loss Wall

Have you hit a wall when you have been trying to lose weight? This problem is more common than you might think and a lot of people discover that losing weight isn’t as easy as they hoped. This could be due to lengthy periods of yo-yo dieting or it could be a physical...

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Take care of garden birds

Take care of garden birds

By Jeni Bell There’s a noticeable nip in the air now, a sure sign Autumn’s arrived. It is a great time to think about getting your bird feeders in order, ready for the colder months when our feathered visitors rely on a bit of extra help. A good variety of feeders and...

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Art of cuttings and potting unwrapped

Art of cuttings and potting unwrapped

By Mark Hoskins, Nursery Supervisor at Thorngrove At Thorngrove Garden Centre at the moment, we're busy taking cuttings to build up our stock for next year and this is something you can easily do yourself at home. It's a great way to save tender plants over the...

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Winter woes are easy to avoid

Winter woes are easy to avoid

By Maurice Hardy A little time spent now could save a lot of time and money as the weather worsens! It’s October and as the days shorten, you’re likely to be thinking (not too happily) about winter. But to prepare your car requires a need for some urgency. There’s...

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How to Relieve Pre Menstrual Cramping

How to Relieve Pre Menstrual Cramping

It’s that time of the month again and your toes want to curl up because you suffer from severe cramping. It’s the way of the woman and unfortunately there aren’t any quick fixes aside from having your ovaries removed. But if you embrace this side of being a woman and...

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4 Reasons Salisbury is the Best Place in the UK to Live

4 Reasons Salisbury is the Best Place in the UK to Live

The city of Salisbury has been in the news quite a bit recently as the Sunday Times recently chose it as the best place to live in the UK. Known as quintessentially English, the city was praised for remaining “a divinely attractive and welcoming place". But why? Here,...

read more
‘British is best, but who knows?’

‘British is best, but who knows?’

Farming and local produce in Britain is of the highest quality, but farmers are not the best at advertising it, according to John Martin, part owner of Nunton Farm, near Salisbury. John and his father oversee and run the 500-hectare dairy farm which houses about 800...

read more
Organic farm launches muesli online

Organic farm launches muesli online

An organic farm is following its commitment to promote and sustain a healthy environment. Pertwood Organic Farm near Hindon has launched a 100% organic muesli online. Packaged in a recyclable box and biodegradable inner bag, the team said it is catering for the mass...

read more
Mobile bar gallops into community

Mobile bar gallops into community

Salisbury-based mobile events service, Saddler’s Bar, was launched during the difficult times of Spring, 2018. Against the odds, the luxury mobile bar made its mark on the area’s independent business community. The bar, available for hire complete with...

read more
Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

When it comes to finding the perfect gift for mum, personalised shows that you have gone the extra mile. And nothing brings tears to a mum’s eyes more than a gift that has been carefully thought about. Even if they secretly hate it, any mum will forgive poor taste if...

read more

Watch: Van man branches out

By Martha Humphreys Expanding van sales and hire business, We Do Vans has moved into a new prominent premises in central Gillingham to cope with demand and continue its growth. They now have space to...

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Watch: Oak grows a great atmosphere

What makes a great pub? Steve, the owner of The Royal Oak in Great Wishford has the answer. The village pub is a splendid meeting place in the Langford Valley and near Grovely Wood. To coin Steve’s words...

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Watch: Pupils’ project is aspiring

Pupils at Wilton CE Primary School spent a week being inspired. "What a great week we have had! A massive thank you to all parents who came in and talked to the children about their job or aspiration....

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WATCH; Cannabis plants seized

Cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £10,000 were seized from an address in Salisbury yesterday, July 3. Police Community Tasking Team officers went to an address in Juniper Drive yesterday...

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Watch: Van man branches out

By Martha Humphreys Expanding van sales and hire business, We Do Vans has moved into a new prominent premises in central Gillingham to cope with demand and continue its growth. They now have space to...

read more

Watch: Oak grows a great atmosphere

What makes a great pub? Steve, the owner of The Royal Oak in Great Wishford has the answer. The village pub is a splendid meeting place in the Langford Valley and near Grovely Wood. To coin Steve’s words...

read more

Watch: Pupils’ project is aspiring

Pupils at Wilton CE Primary School spent a week being inspired. "What a great week we have had! A massive thank you to all parents who came in and talked to the children about their job or aspiration....

read more

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