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Free speech café launched

The first Bemerton Heath Democracy Café is in St Michael’s Community Centre on Saturday, June 1. The event is the latest venture by Salisbury Democracy Alliance after the launch nearly two years ago of Salisbury Democracy Café, which, the organisers say, continues to...

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FSB questions fuel duty hike

"Smarter incentives and investment are the way forward, not more levies,” is the message from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) after fuel prices have soared to their highest point since November 2018. Latest weekly road fuel prices show average cost per litre...

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Summer Fun in the Sun

With fun for the whole family, Kingston Maurward’s Summer Open Day and Food Fair on Sunday June 23 promises to be the biggest and best yet. The fun-filled event attracts thousands of people and centres around the stunning 18th Century Mansion House, and its 750-acre...

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Bouncy toddler disco with Monski Mouse

The Queen of baby-boogying Monksi Mouse comes back to Salisbury on May 31 for two day-time discos as part of Salisbury International Arts Festival. Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall is a show where gran, uncle, mum, dad, babies, tots and preschoolers can dance,...

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Musical Theatre Salisbury presents 9 to 5

This spring, Musical Theatre Salisbury is presenting Dolly Parton’s acclaimed musical '9 to 5' at the Blackledge Theatre, Godolphin School. The musical tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy - three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and...

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Antiques fun at Roadshow

By John Wigglesworth Yesterday I was up at 6.30am to take two paintings that have baffled me for some time, and an old mahogany medicine chest to Salisbury Cathedral for the Antiques Road Show! Knowing I would not be able to park in there, I left my car in the huge...

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Villagers demand speed camera to be switched back on

Locals in a picture postcard village have demanded that a prolific 20-year-old speed camera is switched on again as soon as possible. Although it was turned on again last year, it had been dormant for five years because it was covered by an overgrown hedge. But now...

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All eyes on tower nest for egg hatch

As the time for hatching approaches, eyes are skinned for the appearance of a chick or two in the tower nest. This year, a dramatic tussle over Salisbury Cathedral tower’s peregrine nest resulted in resident peregrine Sally being ousted and another pair moving in....

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South Newton care home closes

Glenside Manor Hospital, a purpose-built large care home in South Newton is closing and all the staff, reportedly, are being made redundant. Staff have told their union they are devastated and regret the loss of faith in the healthcare system causing the situation to...

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Free tickets for Armed Forces Day

Free tickets for the three-day Armed Forces spectacular in Salisbury can be booked online. Tickets for the event at Hudson's Field can be booked for single days or all three at www.wiltshire.gov.uk/salisbury-afd but limited to a maximum of six per person. Saturday 29...

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Free speech café launched

The first Bemerton Heath Democracy Café is in St Michael’s Community Centre on Saturday, June 1. The event is the latest venture by Salisbury Democracy Alliance after the launch nearly two years ago of Salisbury Democracy Café, which, the organisers say, continues to...

read more

FSB questions fuel duty hike

"Smarter incentives and investment are the way forward, not more levies,” is the message from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) after fuel prices have soared to their highest point since November 2018. Latest weekly road fuel prices show average cost per litre...

read more

Summer Fun in the Sun

With fun for the whole family, Kingston Maurward’s Summer Open Day and Food Fair on Sunday June 23 promises to be the biggest and best yet. The fun-filled event attracts thousands of people and centres around the stunning 18th Century Mansion House, and its 750-acre...

read more

Bouncy toddler disco with Monski Mouse

The Queen of baby-boogying Monksi Mouse comes back to Salisbury on May 31 for two day-time discos as part of Salisbury International Arts Festival. Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall is a show where gran, uncle, mum, dad, babies, tots and preschoolers can dance,...

read more

Musical Theatre Salisbury presents 9 to 5

This spring, Musical Theatre Salisbury is presenting Dolly Parton’s acclaimed musical '9 to 5' at the Blackledge Theatre, Godolphin School. The musical tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy - three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and...

read more

Antiques fun at Roadshow

By John Wigglesworth Yesterday I was up at 6.30am to take two paintings that have baffled me for some time, and an old mahogany medicine chest to Salisbury Cathedral for the Antiques Road Show! Knowing I would not be able to park in there, I left my car in the huge...

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Events for week of 13 May 2019

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Thursday, 16 May @ 18:30 - 19:30

Yoga Bemerton

Thursday, 16 May @ 20:30 - 21:30
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Petrol rotary mower in good working condition wanted by local bowls club. Please contact Susie on 07747607454

PETROL GENERATOR

German ML8500W – new model 2018, unused and still in box £300.00 – call 01202 820964

ARMOURED CABLE

10MM 3 CORE APPROX 75 PLUS METERS ON REEL VALUE APPROX £375-400 ACCEPT £300 01202 820964

RSj + Angle

RSJ 19ft long x250mm x250mm / ANGLE19FT LONG X150MMX100MM, BOTH UNUSED VALUE £624 ACCEPT £450 BUYER COLLECTS 01202 820964

Books

Clearing out old collections of books that are in the way? We’ll take them away within 10 miles of Tidworth. email; cover2cover111@gmail.com

Jobs For You

Cleaners Required-Various Sites & Hours

Cleaners with an attention to detail required across the Salisbury area for multiple commercial sites. Various hours on offer, mornings, afternoons and evenings. Duties to include but not limited to; Dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, Washrooms, Kitchens etc....

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Experienced Head Chef

Head chef required at lovely country pub 3 miles outside of Salisbury in the village of Nunton. This is a great career opportunity working within a fun and friendly team. This is a full time permanent position. Hours are Wednesday to Saturday split shifts and all day...

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Full time factory operator

Salisbury Investment Castings Ltd, Dinton Full time factory operator required to join the small team of girls in our wax department. Please contact mark@casting.uk.com Alternatively, phone 01722 716151 to arrange an interview. www.casting.uk.com

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Electrical Pump Engineer

MJ Abbott Ltd requires an Electrical Pump Engineer based at our Head Office in Dinton but must be prepared to travel if required. Hands on & experienced with pumps & motor & basic control panels. Ideally qualified to IEE 17th Edition, experienced &...

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Cleaners Required-Various Sites & Hours

Cleaners with an attention to detail required across the Salisbury area for multiple commercial sites. Various hours on offer, mornings, afternoons and evenings. Duties to include but not limited to; Dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, Washrooms, Kitchens etc....

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Experienced Head Chef

Head chef required at lovely country pub 3 miles outside of Salisbury in the village of Nunton. This is a great career opportunity working within a fun and friendly team. This is a full time permanent position. Hours are Wednesday to Saturday split shifts and all day...

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Full time factory operator

Salisbury Investment Castings Ltd, Dinton Full time factory operator required to join the small team of girls in our wax department. Please contact mark@casting.uk.com Alternatively, phone 01722 716151 to arrange an interview. www.casting.uk.com

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Electrical Pump Engineer

MJ Abbott Ltd requires an Electrical Pump Engineer based at our Head Office in Dinton but must be prepared to travel if required. Hands on & experienced with pumps & motor & basic control panels. Ideally qualified to IEE 17th Edition, experienced &...

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Valley Features

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Shoe shop specialist steps out

By Katrina ffiske It is a sad time for Wilton. Martin Coombes has decided to step down and retire, ending 104 years of shoes being sold in the town.  Many families have bought their footwear at a Coombes shop for more than a century. The story of the Coombes shop goes...

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The new electric LEAF is stunning

THE TWO new versions of the LEAF electric car offer improved infotainment, with the e+ Limited Edition providing a boost in power and extended range. Both feature an 8-ins touchscreen infotainment system, the e-pedal function with regenerative braking and the ProPILOT...

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Best mates sail the seven seas

By Viktor Berg Gillingham resident Tom Dymond-Andrews met James Haggett in Year7 at Sexeys School, Bruton. Now the two 27-year-olds have sailed the Atlantic, crossed the Pacific and currently are navigating the Indian Ocean on their way to the infamous Red Sea. Since...

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Shoe shop specialist steps out

By Katrina ffiske It is a sad time for Wilton. Martin Coombes has decided to step down and retire, ending 104 years of shoes being sold in the town.  Many families have bought their footwear at a Coombes shop for more than a century. The story of the Coombes shop goes...

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Family day raises more than £14k

This year’s Fabulous Family Fun Day at Salisbury Rugby Club on Saturday, May 11 was again a major success as it raised more than £14,000 for Salisbury Hospice. The sixth annual event had live bands on stage, a 16-team...

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