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Deputy Lib Dem leader says Britain can lead in clean energy

Deputy Lib Dem leader says Britain can lead in clean energy

Britain could be a world leader in clean energy and renewables, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey told a full auditorium at The Exchange in Sturminster Newton on Saturday. At the ‘Decarbonising Capital’ event on November 2, hosted by David Chadwick,...

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Festive Sunday Markets return

Festive Sunday Markets return

Salisbury’s Sunday Markets are on every Sunday from December 1 until December 22 in the Market Place, between 10am until 4pm. Local traders will be selling a varied range of goods and produce from craft and gift items, tasty treats and street food. The council-run...

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Post boxes stolen across Wiltshire

Post boxes stolen across Wiltshire

Police are appealing for witnesses to post box thefts in Wiltshire in recent weeks. Since the end of August, 12 reports have been received of Royal Mail post boxes stolen at various locations across the county. The working post boxes, fixed to a pole, and have been...

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Safe seat not so safe?

Safe seat not so safe?

An astonishing battle has taken place over who should be the new Conservative candidate in one of the safest Tory seats in the country. It has resulted in the chairman of Devizes Conservative Association Brigadier Peter Sharpe quitting, but the candidate for the...

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Salisbury inspirations to be discussed

Salisbury inspirations to be discussed

Salisbury Civic Society hosting their annual open meeting on Tuesday November 19 at the Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, SP1 3UT. The main subject is Taking Salisbury Forwards: Current Projects and Goals The organisers say the meeting will be of interest to...

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Funeral notice

Funeral notice

The funeral of Richard Roberts, of Milton Lodge Country Club fame, who died a couple of weeks ago Richard died after bring rushed into Salisbury Hospital with severe breathing problems is on Thursday, November 7, 2pm, at St Mary's Church, Gillingham.

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Crafted Crib Festival displays scenes

Crafted Crib Festival displays scenes

Salisbury Methodist Church fourth Crib Festival is from Thursday, December 12 to Saturday, 14. Last year the display had more than 100 different crib scenes, and the same number or more is expected this year. A Craft a Christmas Crib Competition has prizes from local...

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Free travel for armed forces

Free travel for armed forces

Salisbury Reds is marking Remembrance by displaying poppies on its buses and offering free travel on all its buses for members and veterans of the armed forces on Remembrance Sunday. “People in this region are rightfully proud of our country’s military - as is our...

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Fun and games raises money for stars appeal

Fun and games raises money for stars appeal

Selling hot dogs and spooky cakes at Grovely Riding School’s annual Halloween funday raised £106.50 for the Stars Appeal . The whole day involved dressing up, including the ponies, and fun-riding games and learning about pony care in gooey , spooky trick or treat...

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New concept bar and B&B opens

New concept bar and B&B opens

Salisbury residents and visitors can now enjoy an immersive, premium experience in the newly-refurbished independent B&B and bar Caboose, formerly The Cat Tavern. On South Western Road, a two- minute walk from Salisbury Train Station, The Cat has undergone a...

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Town Council sets out five-year draft strategy

Town Council sets out five-year draft strategy

Shaftesbury residents  were invited to the Town Hall to hear about the proposed  budget for the coming year and the draft strategic plan proposals. During the preceding months, Shaftesbury town councillors have developed an ambitious plan to focus on developing...

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Repair café put together

Repair café put together

Members of Salisbury Repair Café invited residents of Salisbury to take broken bits and bobs to be repaired on Saturday, November 2. Benji Goehl, one of the co-organisers, said “We were staggered that a total of 41 residents turned up with items for repairs from...

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Deputy Lib Dem leader says Britain can lead in clean energy

Deputy Lib Dem leader says Britain can lead in clean energy

Britain could be a world leader in clean energy and renewables, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey told a full auditorium at The Exchange in Sturminster Newton on Saturday. At the ‘Decarbonising Capital’ event on November 2, hosted by David Chadwick,...

read more
Festive Sunday Markets return

Festive Sunday Markets return

Salisbury’s Sunday Markets are on every Sunday from December 1 until December 22 in the Market Place, between 10am until 4pm. Local traders will be selling a varied range of goods and produce from craft and gift items, tasty treats and street food. The council-run...

read more
Post boxes stolen across Wiltshire

Post boxes stolen across Wiltshire

Police are appealing for witnesses to post box thefts in Wiltshire in recent weeks. Since the end of August, 12 reports have been received of Royal Mail post boxes stolen at various locations across the county. The working post boxes, fixed to a pole, and have been...

read more
Safe seat not so safe?

Safe seat not so safe?

An astonishing battle has taken place over who should be the new Conservative candidate in one of the safest Tory seats in the country. It has resulted in the chairman of Devizes Conservative Association Brigadier Peter Sharpe quitting, but the candidate for the...

read more
Salisbury inspirations to be discussed

Salisbury inspirations to be discussed

Salisbury Civic Society hosting their annual open meeting on Tuesday November 19 at the Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, SP1 3UT. The main subject is Taking Salisbury Forwards: Current Projects and Goals The organisers say the meeting will be of interest to...

read more
Funeral notice

Funeral notice

The funeral of Richard Roberts, of Milton Lodge Country Club fame, who died a couple of weeks ago Richard died after bring rushed into Salisbury Hospital with severe breathing problems is on Thursday, November 7, 2pm, at St Mary's Church, Gillingham.

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Events for week of 18 November 2019

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Picking Darcy’s Pocket

Tuesday, 19 November @ 14:30 - 15:30
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Salisbury Christmas Lights Switch On

Thursday, 21 November @ 18:00 - 20:00
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Christmas bazaar

Sunday, 24 November @ 10:00 - 12:00

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Christmas bazaar

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ZENITH CAMERA

Zenith EM Moshva 80 Film Camera plus lenses 28, 44, 135 mm. Zoom 85-205mm.
3x tele converter. offers invited
Telephone 01747 840473.

Fire basket.

Beautiful cast iron fire basket. £50.00. Tele: 07974 082293.

Solar Panels.

Two working, inverter tested solar panels. 150×100 cms. £30. 07974 082293.

For Sale

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

Jobs For You

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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Full or possibly part-time, usual nurse duties including reception in our unique and exclusive cat practice. Alternative would be competent, trained receptionist who wishes to learn nursing. Independent practice, lovely workplace, competitive salary. Please phone...

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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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Valley Features

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Delights of Mozart celebrated

Delights of Mozart celebrated

CELEBRATE Voice, Salisbury’s unique festival of vocal talent, from grand opera to stand-up comedy, returned to Mozart, after last year’s triumphant Don Giovanni, with a vivacious production of The Marriage of Figaro. The new venue, the pop-up Piccolo Theatre in the...

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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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Delights of Mozart celebrated

Delights of Mozart celebrated

CELEBRATE Voice, Salisbury’s unique festival of vocal talent, from grand opera to stand-up comedy, returned to Mozart, after last year’s triumphant Don Giovanni, with a vivacious production of The Marriage of Figaro. The new venue, the pop-up Piccolo Theatre in the...

read more
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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